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02:04 min | 2 months ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

"At an intersection without looking. My total medical expenses for this encounter were more than a $100,000. It's something county leaders are highlighting as they urged drivers pedestrians and cyclists to pause and take a moment. Be aware of your surroundings and try to make eye contact. Jeff mccay, chair of the county's board of supervisors. My hope and prayer for our community is that people start taking a moment. Nick and Ellie WTO P news. Water concerns in Flint, Michigan, Jackson, Mississippi and now Baltimore and city officials there say that problems due to aging infrastructure in the water treatment system are what contributed to an E. coli contamination that left some without drinking water for 5 days. The system showed chlorine levels reduced to the point where it triggered three positive tests for E. coli. The concern prompted a 5 day boil water advisory last month for west Baltimore in parts of Baltimore county, sending volunteers and city workers scrambling to meet residents basic needs. Money news at 25 and 55 here's Jeff claw, mortgage rates are the fresh 15 year high this week, but rates are actually lower for jumbo loans and conventional ones those over $971,000 in the D.C. area, one reason, because the stock market is doing so poorly. The reason why rates on these jumbo products are lower than the conforming rates is because there is investor demand. It is a very odd economy that we are working in right now. In a market where the traditional investments seem sort of out of whack. That's Lisa sturtevant, listing service bright MLS, another wacky thing could be adjustable rate mortgages usually a rate that goes up after 5 years with rates as high as they are now, and if they do come down and arm could reset lower. You have these opportunities to reset to the new rate after the 5 year term, but you also have the opportunity to refinance. So if we see fixed rate mortgages go down to in that 4% range, then you can win by refinancing during the term as well.

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

"A Baltimore county dispatcher and his fiance are accused of dozens of sex offenses involving children. Baltimore county police have arrested and charged 31 year old Christopher prunty and 34 year old Francis conduct with second degree rape and several other sexual offense charges. The Baltimore banner is reporting that conduct is a dispatcher for the 9-1-1 call center. It reports that multiple children reported the two sexually abused them at their parkville home and elsewhere this summer, both Bronte and Conda are being held without bail. Some problematic information making the rounds online has caused certain cars to be stolen, much more often. Thefts involving certain lower priced Hyundai and Kia vehicles suddenly spiked last year. Matt Moore is with the highway loss data institute. Our understanding somehow some way someone discovered that these vehicles don't have standard immobilizer. And made that information available. On social media, those immobilizers prevent thieves from simply breaking in and bypassing the ignition. The institute found that among 2015 to 2019 model year vehicles, theft claims were nearly twice as common for Hyundai and Kia vehicles as a group compared to all other manufacturers. John Aaron WTO P news, proceeds from red light and speed cameras in one Virginia town will benefit local police and firefighters. All manassas park police officers and firefighters will soon receive an $11,000 boost in pay. According to the Prince William times, the manassas Park City council voted recently to approve raises and to use revenue from the city's traffic camera program to fund the more than $560,000 increases in salary and benefits. The manassas park police chief told the council that vacancies are taking a toll on his department, which had a turnover rate of 52% over the last two years. Coming up here on WTO, what went wrong when the commanders played their division rivals from Philadelphia today. Rob will be by its 7 13.

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 6 months ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

"The WTO studios brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences Jackson pavers go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's 5 12 police and ocean city say they have a suspect in custody and connection with a serious assault early this morning In the incident a person was stabbed a little after 4 a.m. the victim was found along 8th street and flown to shock trauma during the investigation officers got a description of the suspect who was located at a downtown hotel and taken into custody without incident Maryland's highest court has upheld the murder conviction and life sentence of a man who was a 16 year old driver when he fatally struck a Baltimore county police officer The Maryland Court of Appeals rejected defense attorney's argument that it was unconstitutional to sentence dawn to Harris to life in prison because he was a minor when he killed the officer in 2018 Harris is now 20 years old He was driving a stolen Jeep when Baltimore county police officer Amy caprio blocked its path with her patrol car and ordered him to stop she fired her weapon once before he struck and killed her with the car Baltimore city officials who criticized a Maryland report over an embattled wastewater treatment plant The Maryland environmental services report flatly states the bank river plant has experienced failures at nearly every level The agency took over operation of the facility from Baltimore city public works in March the report submitted this week to Maryland's environment secretary site's numerous infrastructure issues that have resulted in solid waste building up in several places in the plant It also pointed to it it turned a lack of leadership at the public works department the service is recommending a long list of mechanical fixes along with the hiring of several new employees to try to correct what they term systemic problems at the plant Ian Crawford WTO P news fuel your summer with WTO's free gas giveaway during the month of June download the WTO app register on the my WTO.

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WTOP

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

"And around 6000 are without power in Alexandria And in fairfax 5000 more homes and businesses are without power Peggy Fox a spokesperson for a Dominion Energy says crews are working quickly to return to service to customers Meanwhile Pepco says almost 200 of its customers are without power in Montgomery county Maryland BGE says 300 homes and businesses don't have power in Montgomery county the majority of the outages are in Silver Spring A mega bus traveling from New York to D.C. overturned Sunday sending over a dozen people to the hospital 15 people were taken to the hospital none were seriously hurt The Baltimore county fire department says altogether 27 passengers were injured A spokesperson from megabus also telling WTO P that they provided alternative transportation for passengers trying to get to D.C. Maryland state police are now investigating how and why this bus flipped onto its side It happened around 7 a.m. on the southbound I 95 near kingsville Shayna sulan WTO news Do you take metro's yellow or green line to work Good news those delays you've been dealing with are supposed to ease up starting today For the past week riders on those lines have been seeing trains stop at the station every 20 or so minutes That's because metro announced last week that around half of its train operators were behind on recertification and they pulled over 70 operators from service Well after we getting some classroom time and testing on the rail yards some operators will be returning and now trains will arrive every.

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WTOP

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

"Here are the top stories we're following for you this afternoon on WTO mega bus headed from New York to D.C. has crash in Baltimore county setting more than a dozen people to the hospital that crash happening on south I 95 just outside of Baltimore The first shipment of baby formula from Europe arrives in Indianapolis this afternoon attend response to a supply shortage here in the U.S. This heat wave is coming to an end this afternoon but with the cool down we're expecting to see some storms move in later this afternoon stay tuned to WTO P for the latest WTO be news time 1248 Traffic and weather on the 8 years rob stallworth and the traffic center The good news is as you leave Aberdeen headed toward white Mars south and I 95 just outside of Baltimore all you're traveling are open from that earlier bus crash And brief delays remain as you continue toward Baltimore on I 95 in the southbound direction traveling closer to home on I 95 you're in D.C. shaped beltway to beltway between the capital beltway and the Baltimore beltway Northbound on the bottom of Washington Parkway beyond four ten headed toward four 50 we had the crash that is clear and delays remain brief delays on the BW Parkway headed northbound believing one 93 toward one 97 with traveling to open The traveling in Laurel route one near Talbot avenue that's where we had the report for crash uncertain if that is clear or not Brandywine southbound route 5 branch avenue near birch hill road and earnshaw drive at last report you were filing police direction in order to get around the crash on the auto loop and prince George's county as you leave the BW park where he headed toward route one in college park That's where we have the report of a vehicle fire also on the envelope near kenilworth avenue of the port of a crash to watch out for that inner loop through Montgomery county as you head toward university boulevard We still have the right side block for the wreck scene there otherwise traveling on two 70 looks pretty good No problems on the beltway in Virginia but the inner loop is slow as you leave Tyson's head toward mcclain across the American legion bridge eastbound 66 between 29 and Senegal in 28 That crash should be cleared and all you're traveling is open Still the press eastman on Braddock road all traffic diverted last report at the fairfax county park where as a result of the motorcycle crash new problem on Braddock road near stone road in westfield's boulevard we have the report of Iraq as well Fairfax station southbound one 23 at silverbrook road follow police direction for the vehicle fire we believe is extinguished at last report you were getting by on the right shoulder I 95 southbound on the brakes leaving newington headed toward one 23 were traveling to open then again through Dale City headed down toward Quantico You're traveling with just the volume of folks headed home from the weekend spending here in time in D.C. North on I 95 often on the brakes between thornburg and centerport Parkway as you travel northbound on I 95 after that you should be clear toward the Springfield interchange knock on our three 95 volume going up to and across the 14th street bridge to traveling in the district may have a new problem in down in New York avenue as you head toward the third street tunnel with a possible crash blocking at least one lane so use caution there So now heating in there takes care of your plumbing and knees the same day where it's free plus up to $100 off is a snow heating and air dot com Rob stallworth WTO traffic Now the storm team four meteorologist Rhine Miller another very hot afternoon across the region air temperatures into the lower 90s and when you factor in the humidity our feels like temperatures will.

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

"Love to death back in 2010 he was convicted in 2012 of her murder she was from Baltimore county Stayed with WTO for more on these developing stories in just minutes Tuesday morning may 3rd by the time now was three 48 good morning We're out thinking whether all the 8s and when it breaks good morning to rich on her in the WTO feed traffic sooner All right handed into the district at last tech looks like they were still working on a D.C. I should say I two 95 south near suitland park where you were getting by a single file to rep a north Penn I two 95 leaving the bellway headed into the district in pretty good shape so far They may have been checking for a crash on the northbound side of D.C. two 95 as you make the trip up toward east capital street and eventually toward benning road be careful there if you're headed up that way You may find yourself slow to stop temporarily due to a crash Now the freeway continues to run well in both directions no early concerns along suitland Parkway as south capital street near cavity from northeast to northwest also moving while Maryland ballet still working on the antelope as you head north of joint base Andrews toward the interchange for Pennsylvania avenue again two lanes to life get you by over on the bay bridge there in the process of reopening the westbound span from fog is moved in so as a result they've discontinued the two way traffic on the eastbound span clearing that out they'll have the west bell lanes open here momentarily and once they do you'll have three lanes westbound and two lanes eastbound crossing the bay bridge rest your trip inbound on 50 looks good all the way through the valley and even inside the ballet headed toward the district So far nothing else in your way Rich hunter WTO traffic Looking at a pretty good-looking Tuesday out there a nice mild start temperatures in the low to mid 50s in the suburbs to upper 50s in the city high temperatures back into the mid upper 70s We'll see plenty of sunshine with some cloud cover too.

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

"Time right now for beating his former girlfriend yardley love to death back in 2010 she was from Baltimore county Stayed with WTO for more on these developing stories in the minutes ahead 1248 Tuesday morning That morning to rich hunter in the WTO traffic center Now traveling in Virginia if you're traveling on 95 nor found working as your approaching password 17 foulness single file left by the construction and then on 95 nor finish approach the exit for Quantico exit one 48 works on blocks the left lane at three 66 eastbound between the Prince William Parkway exit 44 X to 47 two 34 suddenly wrote single right lane past the work and then between 29 and 28% of votes a single left line that gets you through the work sound beyond that next works on between the fairfax county Parkland route 50 fairfax single left language you buy there as well and then beyond Durham pretty good shape getting to the bell went even inside the bad boy all the way through rosin and Roosevelt bridge no other major hangups do keep in mind the ramp from 66 east to the inner loop is closed as part of a work sound on the beltway as you're diverted further east to route 7 to work your way back to the inner loop of the beltway On the westbound side working as you approach and pass the beltway single right leg at you by as a result of that works and ramp from the interleukin express lanes to go west on 66 closed that's that left exit that comes out on the left side of 66 westbound so as a result that is shut down and then further west as you head toward route 28 incentive everyone diverted to go north on 28 as a result of the ongoing bridgework Silver diners spring menu has several new plant based options from the vegan and gluten free Thai cauliflower quinoa pasta to their dairy free shake silver diner dot com eat well be well Rich hunter W chubby traffic Pretty good-looking Tuesday high temperatures in the mid to upper 70s once again with a mix of sun and clouds Good chance for rain maybe some thunderstorms Some of those could be strong on our Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning on Wednesday high.

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WTOP

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

"Serving prison time for beating former girlfriend yardley love to death in 2010 She was from Baltimore county Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes At 1148 rich hunter with traffic All right still with the crash 50 westbound John Hanson highway as you approach the beltway that's along the left side still taking the left lane and left shoulder but you do get by without letting for now Over on the bay bridge westbound spam block for overnight maintenance he's found carries two way traffic one lane for each direction to travel delays have been brief To 70 north on between Watkins mill road and Germantown road single far right through the work zone and then if you're traveling a 95 Nord finish at north of one 98 and continue up toward the bridge over the patuxent river you get by the works and two lanes left for now you get by without the light Now if you're traveling over and Frederick county U.S. 15 between clay street route 28 and point of rock show the alternate traffic one direction on time through that works on milling and paving once again also paving in southern Maryland on route four between the Thomas Johnson bridge and Maryland two 35 three notch road again alternating traffic one direction and time to the work sound and just inside the belly on Connecticut avenue near Jones bridge road you're down to a single run lane in each direction past that work some watch out for occasional delays there as a result add a loop of the balloon French Georges county between the exit for joint base Andrews and Maryland four Pennsylvania avenue two left lanes past the milling and paving For the ones who get it done Granger offers supplies and solutions for every enter industry backed by 24/7 support and access to product experts call click grant your dot com or just stop by rich hunter WTO traffic Storm team four meteorologist Brianna Berman solo just a beautiful first day of the first full week of May and the new month brings a few changes warmer temperatures.

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP

"A university of Maryland campus has been awarded the nation's highest honor when it comes to research The university of Maryland Baltimore county is now being recognized as a top research institute by the Carnegie classification of institutions of higher education This means the school joins the ranks of Johns Hopkins and the university of Maryland college park as a research one school The qualification process looks at everything from productivity and research to graduation education and how much funding is dedicated to a range of fields According to the university last year alone it secured $200 million to support research It's what the UMBC president calls an amazing accomplishment that reflects a commitment to excellence Melissa Howell WTO P news There was growing pressure on major colleges and universities to end a controversial admissions policy There are no known as legacy admissions certain college applicants getting a boost because of parent attended the same school That process long used at many elite schools is now under growing criticism from students alumni and even some in Congress who say it's rooted in racism A bill from progressive Democrats aims to eliminate the practice at any schools that receive federal money Some conservative activists who want merit based college admissions are also calling for an end to the practice Legacy admissions make up an estimated ten to 20% of incoming classes at some universities Paul Stevens Fox News More adults say they're ready to get back into dating but doctors at med star health are urging them to get tested first Not for the coronavirus but for STDs sexually transmitted disease A recent med star survey found 47% of adults they asked are planning to start dating again But only about 14% of those wanted to be tested for STDs prior to reentering the dating scene Amanda joy director of advanced practice for med star health urgent care says men and women should be tested if they are symptomatic However women unfortunately can be asymptomatic carriers of it but there are potential complications for untreated sexually transmitted infections including fertility issues joy says women under age 25 and men should have annual STD screenings Money news in a moment 5 24.

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"66 80. 1 809 2 to 66, 80 and, of course, critical race theory on the minds of everybody out front. There we are, especially in Baltimore County, where I will tell you it is coming on strong. In Baltimore County with Johnny Olszewski, who is a true Full blown born again Credit card carrying left this and, uh, I used to think. Well, you know, that's Johnny. He's a lefty. I don't know how he ever got into Baltimore County, but he's here. How he ever got into Dundalk. I'll never know that either. But I would say about him. He was the kind of guy that was kind of like a boy Scout for open government and I liked some of his ideas. So he comes up with this inspector general Idea in Baltimore County. This person is designed to be independent and to look for flaws or spending or You know corruption in Baltimore County government and she finds it. She finds it. So what does Johnny O do? And I think he did it because of pressure from at least three members of the Baltimore County Council. Who have some problems. Maybe That she was looking into. And, uh they put pressure on him. And all of a sudden he drops this bill. This law, which was supposed to be heard the other day that eliminates the inspector general almost makes her a criminal. And also eliminates whistle blowers. Can't have any whistleblowers in Baltimore County government, and she doesn't have access to records in Baltimore County government. And the police are supposed to keep an eye on her. I mean, can you believe this Is this for real? So anyway, Johnny O Pick postponed The bill. Now postpone is scary when politicians postponed something it's because they got caught with their hand in the cookie jar. And on this radio station, we were the first ones to bless the hell out of this program. And to explain it clearly to our listening audience, and it spread and I think he got the message, but keep an eye open. Keep an eye because he just said postpone they may try to rework the bill. Where? Oh, it'll be acceptable. You know, we're still going to kill her. But we promise not to torture her first. We won't torture her will just kill her. That's what they're working on His politicians. Let me tell you what. What Baltimore County needs really badly is a recall law. A recall law is where Like the governor of California, right? The governor of California, has successfully been recall. Because of his policies. And now the people of California will have a second chance. Uh, you know, sometimes voters make mistakes. Look at Joe Biden. When he's not even elected. Right? People have buyer's remorse. And maybe with Johnny, who who won his primary by 15 votes. I think it's not. He didn't have a Mandate that's for sure. But maybe you know you might want to recall Johnny or you might want to recall these council people. Uh, There was a proposal two term limit. You know, the county executive is term limited to two terms. Eight years like most of the county executives, but the council people aren't and there was a proposal and the council people killed it. Oh, no, You're not going to limit us. Uh, we want everything we want. This is our county. It's not your county Go away. So this is the kind of mentality we are dealing with. In the Baltimore County Council, with the exception of one great councilman Todd Crandall, from the East Side is the only legitimate, honest Real County Council person. He's the only one Yeah, He's a Republican. The other two Republicans. I'm not too sure about. I think they have joined the Johnny Olszewski liberal machine. But what they how do you say that Because they vote They vote with Olsavsky. They roll over and do whatever he wants them to do. So, the people in Baltimore County, you better wake up your look. Ur read. You were reaching the point. That we call critical mass critical mass means that you have reached reached the point where you cannot do anything about something that is happening to you. It's like the cancer. Cannot be operated on the cancer has gone too far. That's critical mass and in Baltimore County with these leftist Marxist socialist politicians. Who want to expand. Uh, section eight housing all over the county. It's in the newspaper today We have a new Housing Department and we have a new head of housing from Baltimore City. He worked in Baltimore City, and now he has come to grace the county. Well, he's certainly coming from a background of serious success in Baltimore City, and he wants to expand as the Baltimore Sun writes it once expand affordable housing into prosperous neighborhoods. So if you and your husband work, and you make $125,000 a year and you live in Kingsville, you are prosperous. And if you're prosperous, you are racist..

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I don't wanna get in trouble. 95 looks good. Right through the city. No problems there, By the way, a beautiful sight when these big ships come under the key bridge and into the harbor Very nice. There were doing okay. 8 95 went back then. Almost that construction areas there No Donald Street, But the backup now is cleared. But just be aware of your coming out of the tube North bound on 8 95. I'm Chuck would occur with traffic and weather on the threes. We'll talk radio 6 80 doubled you, CBM. Weather Channel forecast. It is a cool start to the day but woman up pretty quickly on right now we have 55 in Annapolis. It is 55 in Middle River. It's a 25 Joining us now once again is hang on a second. I better not do that because I screwed up last time. The former delegate public, Donna and now Super Citizen Pat McDonough. Good morning, Todd. Hey, Sean. Good morning yesterday, the parent and student coalition in Baltimore County. Along with Super Citizen and the respect the Constitution Law firm held a news conference. We filed a ethics complaint against the chair of the Baltimore County School board, and we're preparing to follow another complaint. In the near future. She sent. I think her name is a key to us. Uh, I don't know what it is saying the tree, Scott. I believe She sent a baseless misleading. Communication to the Baltimore County Police Department, saying that the Parent and student coalition, where a dangerous racist group As a result. She weaponized the Baltimore County Police Department, which then conducted A investigation against the leaders of this group of 3800 parents. And fouled put in the foul. This investigation, which is now confidential, and the parents do not have access to it, So we're also following a complaint with old Chesky. And the police chief as to why without due process based on this complaint that this woman filed that's the chair of the board, would they conduct A criminal or an investigation. It's called a threat assessment against the community group. I mean, they are criminalizing their constitutional rights of assembly and free speech. This group. Sean is just a bunch of parents. We want to make the school system and Baltimore County a better place and they haven't done anything wrong. Is there anything in the complaint from the chair to the Baltimore County Police, citing any specific examples of I don't know reckless, dangerous, racist or whatever behavior she's alleging. Well, that's a great point to tell you the truth. We can't. We don't know because now the police are withholding the document. Are not providing us with the details. So this is someone accusing you, Sean Casey, or one of the listeners of something that is a thread, And then there's a new investigation conducted. And the investigation results or held confidential whereas other police agencies can look at the files or if someone doesn't like your group. They can leak the file to the media. But you have no idea what is in the file. So an answer to your question. We don't know. But whatever she sent over to the police and Baltimore County, it had to be strong because I don't know. I don't think I hope they didn't do it because of politics. That they investigated. But this isn't a danger mint to all of the community organizations and individuals in Baltimore County that a government official can allege something. The police will immediately become weaponized and violate their constitutional rights. Especially when you talk about a group this this large I can I would understand. Maybe if there was an individual within the group Had made a statement that was perceived as frightening or was on offer. Whatever I that, that I would sort of kind of understand, but against an entire class of people is very disturbing. Number one. And the police can say that there is an open investigation. So therefore they can't share any of the documents or any of that age until the investigation is complete. Now you could, I would think file a freedom of information. Act request with the Baltimore County Police and Baltimore County government. Have you done that yet? Yeah, that's in process, but they have said that they confirm they did the investigation. Confirmed that it has been completed and they confirmed that they have found nothing. We want them to expunge all documentation related to that investigation because that can be used against you. Just the fact that you were investigated. If you want to apply for a 501 c three, you know, nonprofit. It can be used against you. So you know we're going to take but we have taken respect. The Constitution has taken four legal actions. Against the board, and one of them is a complaint with the state on We believe this was a retaliatory action by Scott the chair against this organization. These are mother's parents. You know, it's a colonel problem run up against the heartbreak here, but well, I just thought the audience should know about. Thank you so much appreciate that and keep us updated on any developments in this case. Appreciate that. Its former delegate Pat McDonough, It's 8 30 on your listening to K C and company on Wcbm. With that shore and news on Rich Thomason in Washington. Israeli military leaders mulling plans for a possible ground invasion of Gaza and it putting an end.

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NEWS 88.7

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Live from NPR News. I'm Janine Herbst. Ah, cyberattacks shut down one of the largest refined products pipeline in the nation as NPR's Marissa Penalosa reports. It's the latest in a string of cyber attacks on the country's critical infrastructure. In a written statement. Colonial pipeline said that it was the victim of a cyber security attack, though the company didn't say who launched the attack, or what the motives were. The Georgia based company carries fuel along the East coast from Texas to New York. It transports more than 100 million gallons of fuel daily, including gasoline, diesel fuel. Home heating oil jet fuel and it also supplies fuel to the U. S military through its pipeline system, according to the company's website. The company said it contacted federal agencies and law enforcement as well as enlisting a third party cyber security firm to help with the investigation. Marisa Penaloza. NPR NEWS Washington Advisor. Covert 19 vaccine may soon be authorized for young people between the ages of 12 and 15. The FDA is expected to approve the expanded use of the vaccine this week. Currently it's available for those 16 and up. Meanwhile, the European Union struck a deal with visor on a new contract, putting the EU in line to receive a potential 1.8 billion doses of visors vaccine for the blocks 450 million residents threw 2023 And a third of Americans are now fully vaccinated against Cove in 19, and new infections continue to fall across most of the US down nearly 30% compared to two weeks ago. Well, stone has more. The outlook is promising infections and hospitalizations or on a decline, even with the spread of a more contagious variant of the Corona virus. There are some out wires among the Missouri, Arkansas, Alabama and the Pacific Northwest. Dr Joshua Schiffer studies infectious disease at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. I think our degree of vulnerability is moderate. There's still enough susceptible people in the population for the virus to spread, though not nearly as rapidly as before the pace. The vaccination has slowed since peaking in early April. Majority of younger adults are not yet vaccinated. And those under 50 now make up about 40% of covert hospitalizations for NPR news. I'm will stone In Elizabeth City, North Carolina, his name his name. A curfew has been lifted and protests continue over the death of Andrew Brown Jr shot and killed in his car by deputies trying to serve a warrant. Under a judge's new ruling family members will get to view more body camera footage of the incident next week. But once again it will be a fraction of the total DASHCAM video. The family protesters have called for all video to be released, but a judge ruled it couldn't be made public yet because of the investigation. This is NPR. In Maryland. A shooting and a fire in Baltimore County has left three people dead, including the suspected gunman to others injured. Police say officers responded to reports of an active shooter this morning and found a townhouse on fire and an armed man outside. Police shot him. The fire spread to two nearby town houses. Police are still investigating the motive and also the timeline of the events. Agencies. The track sprays debris still can't exactly say where or when a large piece of space junk will fall to earth. NPR's Joel Palka has more. The debris is a rocket that was used to launch part of the Chinese space station into orbit last week. Normally rockets fall back to Earth right after their job is done, usually over water, but this one went into orbit. Since the orbit isn't very high. The Earth's upper atmosphere has been slowing the rocket down. Eventually the atmospheric drag will cause it to drop out of orbit That's expected to happen tonight. But since the tumbling rocket is traveling 18,000 MPH even a few minutes. Difference in the timing contains the landing location considerably. Most likely scenario is it will splash down in a notion. Joe Palka NPR news Co founder of the vans, company makers of the iconic Southern California sneakers that are loved by skateboarders has died. Paul Van Doren was 90 No cause of death was given He, his brother and two associates opened the business in 1966 and made until their own shoes, which caught on with scape borders after Sean Penn War apparent a movie Fast times at Ridgemont High..

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Everybody and Welcome to the program. Very interesting program tonight. A lot of information. And if you are a Baltimore County resident or in general person interested in education, particularly if you have students in any of these school systems, this is going to be a good program for you. To listen to and Lot of information. A lot of information people don't know about. You know, It's very simple. You think about it for a minute. Valerie. Why are you walking all around the building? What do you trying to tell me? Oh, Not getting a live feed. Okay, well, the producer will come in and fix the light feet. Seven on seven quid says Go long. Probably with your arrow because I think we're on Facebook. Tonight. We were on Valerie McDonald's Facebook press green and this is our initial. This is our initial operation here, and we're trying to get it live to and thank God we have guests because the guests just Livened up the Facebook. I have. The engineer could not do it. But the fate of the Guest did it. So Thank you, Amy. Thank you. Yes, Thank you. I'm glad you came tonight. You're doing anything next week anyway, I want you to think about this thought for a minute. What is the most important function in a town, a village, a county, a city? State. Is it it the Department of Health. It's very important right law enforcement. Well. And we know how serious that is protecting our public safety. But think about it for just a minute. What is the most important thing? That we do for ourselves that our society does that our government does. Education. Education. If you have a screwed up inferior failing education system. In your town, village or county. Is in trouble for the future. It's the biggest economic incentive that any Place in the country has businesses if they know you have a messed up. Education system that's not functioning. They're not going to come there. Young people with Children. You're gonna leave. So education is important. The board of Education, the administration, the everybody that's in charge of education, they are vital their vital I personally have serious problems with our education system in Baltimore County, and we'll talk about that some more. I'm gonna tell you right now. I warn you ahead of time. This is going to be a continuing Subject all through the summer until it's straightened out because we cannot allow our education system and Baltimore County To fail. Now two of the folks that have been working very hard on this issue. Mainly to try to get the schools reopened. And I mean, it's amazing some of the information it's statistics, the private schools have been open practically all over the country. Catholic schools and particular have been open all over the country and all over the state of Maryland, but in Baltimore County and some of the other counties There is a big problem and in Baltimore County, this is amazing stuff. There's about 110,000 students. 50,000 parents, 48% 48% of the county budget. Those for education. $1.9 billion. So education, of course, is very important to the parents, but it's important to the citizens important to the taxpayers. And the Baltimore County public schools received $51 million from the federal government and Care Act funding. It's a lot of money going in there, so I think we have a right and a responsibility. Catholic schools have 1.6 million Children and rolled across the country and 2.5 million Children are enrolled in home schooling across the country, and that's growing by 50%. And you believe that 50% let me introduce our guests because we're going to talk about is A couple of things. We're gonna talk about reopening. We're going to talk about these air activists. These are people that are trying to make a difference, and Kind of response they have been receiving over the months months and the kind of treatment they have received and their efforts to make it a better board of education, a better school system and particularly in getting it reopened. And finally will get to the point where high joined forces with them along with our legal foundation constitutional rights now and we got to the point. You know when you get to the point where you've got to sue somebody That's drastic, but sometimes you need a third party to intervene. To balance it out. So finally, we had a news conference last week, and we sent a letter of intent to the school board and through the Just say the mayor, But I know that's not America's even out that haircut Superintendent superintendent Subtle joke Sorry, but anyway Yeah, way will move forward with legal action. If we have to. We'll see what happens. So anyway, I want to introduce my wife. And what is your name? Dear Valerie Valerie Makana. The engineer who could not fix the computer? Yes. So, thankfully, the guest fix that. Yes. Mary Taylor is with us and Amy Adams, Right? I got to see those are easy names. Yeah, but the only reason they were invited because they had easy names. There are a lot of other people who are doing harder work than they are, but they have really bad names. So anyway, Let's start off with you, Mary and give us an idea of the audience. By the way, the phone number is four tend. Always forget the phone number for 10 92 to 66 84 10 92 to 66 80 long distance. Is 1 809 2 to 66, 80 and Ron, my engineer on Lee calls related to this subject. Will be accepted in the first hour. We're gonna do this for an hour. So first of all, here's Mary Taylor to give us an idea what she and Amy have been working on and their new organization. Good evening, Pat. Valerie. Thank you for having us out this evening. We re put really appreciate the opportunity come out and speak about our grassroots effort. We've I found that the Facebook Group rehab in Baltimore County public schools in June 2020 and it really just became, like, sort of like a stagnant group of maybe about 600 members to around late August. When we actually realized Baltimore County public schools was not going to open the schools. It just wasn't going to happen. So I actually seen Amy. On television. They were. She heard three other parents in her community where being interviewed on one of the TV stations and they had concerns about the school not opening, and at the time we had just scheduled our first rally, and Amy mentioned our rally. And she joined our group. And I think by the time September came around, we were close to 1800 members. And right now we're 2800 members. It's gonna be a growing organization. You also With the help of constitutional rights. You formed an official organization correct official organization. So you're now formal. You are under control of the government. Yes, we are. We are now called the Baltimore County parent and student coalition. Now, before I go to Amy, I know one of the things you're trying to do. In addition to reopen the schools is there is an organization of so called stakeholders that are kind of insiders, which is we wish everybody should be an insider. But they have some influence with the superintendent and you are hopeful you want to be part of that. Well, correct. We probably in October, We started sending emails to Dr Williams, the superintendent of Baltimore County Public schools, asking him to include us in the reopen committee and the Stakeholder Recovery group, and he's probably send a couple 100 e mails requesting that We also send him the doctor, Sarge. Pam was his name at the time. I don't know if he's still involved at it. No, but we did raise received one response back from Dr Sarge and basically said all we're good. You know, And what did that mean? Well, that just meant that we were denied. They were not going to give the parents a seat at this time. I'd rather get rather dismissed kind of rudely. Have it. Take it is that I did e me You are a mother with a child in the system addressed one. I know. But the You have worked very hard and you have been a victim on. We have talked to so many parents about The impact This has had on their jobs on their families on the Children themselves. And the more I learn about this, and the more I researched this all over the country..

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Joe Biden announced today that the federal government will be increasing weekly supplies of covert 19 vaccine to states and territories. The announcement came as some state governors air critic criticizing the rollout of the cove in 19 vaccine. White House press secretary Jen fans, Saskia, Our focus is not just on the supply. That's part of the issue. It is also about ensuring that states have the number of vaccinators they need. So that means People who are literally taking the shots and qualified to put them in the arms of Americans and some states, and some communities don't have people who are able to do that. The effort, according to the White House also involves making sure there are enough vaccine centers where people can get the shot. The first go faster, who told his congregation to stock up on food and water ahead of President Biden's inauguration, is defending his comments after receiving backlash from residents and city leader. This is just plain common sense and hardly a radical concept. The way so many people grab all the toilet paper at the beginning of coded stocking up on supplies is always a good idea. Kingdom of life Faster. Brandon Burden also told congregants to load their weapons, but he insists he was promoting in self defense and not violence. The city of four worth was awarded a $35 Million grant from HUD to revitalize the stop, six neighborhood and old and neglected public housing community is being rebuilt into a master plan hub with modern apartments and aquatic center child. Education center and health care services. Are residents were relocated. I last June, and since then we've had one on one case management establishment with each of those households. There are already in the process of working with them to find either jobs or get certifications or training, but they may need Mary Margaret Lemons with four worst housing solution, says they are creating the foundation for stronger neighborhood and greater opportunities for residents. Arlington's new police chief, Al Jones says he's excited to really get acclimated into the city and engage with the community. Arlington's new police chief, Al Jones, comes from the Baltimore County Police Department, he says. Besides the size, there's a lot of similarities. Arlington police Here is the same way we policed in Baltimore County. We actually take of real interest in our citizens, Just as the same thing is, are there too, so I.

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"6 80 double view. C B s alright, Brother Channel says Enjoy the day sunny and mild Today High of 48 is 34 right now and Reisterstown and 34 in Ellicott City. Let's get back to some questions and comments for Congressman Harris. Peter using Chester Peter. Good morning. You know he's still there. Peter could not hang or felt. So, David, you're next on the morning drive with Congressman errors. David is not there. And the Bob was in part falling over Bob is that I was gonna say Good morning, Dr Harris. Good morning, And you also Chuck Uh, e. Dr Harris. I got a problem. I'm over 80 years old well over. I'm trying to get this Corona 19 vaccine shot. Contacted the people responsible will get state government. They tell me you could that make the appointment by computer on Lange? Well, there's only thing Well, one thing wrong, not just with May, but most seniors. Way don't have a computer. Allowed. I always supposed get shot if we wait have to make the appointment, But we don't have a computer in my case, and you know that, did you? You know what? No, no, no good for me because I would know how to operate it. Sure. No, no, it's a good question. So the first name does call You call your health department. Your part for your bowling mechanic called the Baltimore County Health Department and ask them They're insured. You know, the health Department had been put in charge of making sure these get out to all the people over age 75 in the community already called on. What did what did Baldo can help the party. The other people have given me You have to do a dark computer. Wow. I mean, that's just that's just, you know, again. That's the trouble with bureaucracies. You know, they assume everybody you know, has a computer knows how to use a computer. It's just simply not true. I don't understand why Why they can't. They can't make an appointment with a phone call and personal. Some counties some counties do. I've got the list right here. Baltimore County does not Calvert County You can call Caroline. You can call. Um, There are a few others on the list here where you can actually pick up the phone and call make an appointment. But the vast majority of counties are requiring online. I tell you what I would do is I would call Johnny owes Johnny Al Cesky called Call the county executive. And tell him, you know, the Baltimore County Senior. How can they? You know, how can they insist that you do this online? The other thing you could do if you can is go to one of the Baltimore County senior Centers. If if you know any of them have, you know are open in person. I just personally don't know if they are They have they have computer says. I know libraries are folks to help as well. And folks to help. Yeah, that's right. But I would call Johnny owes office. I mean, you know that that's what they pay me. The big bucks for is to Ah, Is to solve problems like that The distribution has been the big problem was far without questions. Well, that's President Trump's fault, Of course, right. I mean, look, it's ridiculous, but that's what they said their responsibility to governor of each state. Tell you 11 other one other thing. They had this distribution right? They were had access the pharmacies and so forth where you could get the shot right there. That's right. They could have done it that way of doing it. Yeah. You know, the bottom line is that the purpose of the federal government's to fund those through operation Warp speed was to create those of those vaccines. Do the pre production you get like liberals like Cuomo in New York now is now saying, Well, they didn't give us enough vaccine. Well, let me tell you something. We didn't have operation works. Maybe there would be no vaccine s O. Let me give you the numbers, according to the Health secretary, Alexi's or Bob, Thanks for the call and call Johnny Zeros office. Let us know what he says. But I think it would be a valuable important lesson for our seniors. Maybe we'll call him afterwards as well. Thanks for the call. According to secretaries are 81 Million doses of vaccine have gone out and distribution. Only 14 million of those have actually been putting arms. Yes. Oh, so it's a failure of states in Maryland. As you know, it was lagging for a long, long time. Obviously, they didn't do the groundwork necessary to do with the bureaucracy got got ahold of it instead of patients. The bottom line is that the state sort of blame the states where it didn't get rolled out in Florida. They have a fantastic role out that in fact, people are going to Florida to get their bouncing New York Democrat No, they former former head of the Democratic Party, like went to Florida to get his vaccine. What's the matter? Andrew Cuomo couldn't take care of that up there. Now. Now he's moaning, is focusing on the nurse. He wants to go to Fizer and by the vaccine directly because he said, they didn't get enough of it. You know from the federal government York now, remember, this is the same Andrew Cuomo, who a few months ago said. We're not taking that vaccine until hour till we assess the safety of it. New York You know, because we don't We don't trust orange man. We're going to talk more about Cove in vaccines here. Examine. You got some fascinating stuff. You were sure I've got a brand new study. That is going. You got a smile on your face, Congressman Because it's something we've been saying for the longest time. Christine Home, tweeted it out yesterday on, that's all to come. Vinay Steel help put a smile on your face. You think about selling your home because Vinny and his Remax community team on average, sell 200 homes each and every year that's on average. And you ask, How does that happen? Well, it's even it gets even.

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And they may do legislative then I hope they do. It's not. It'll be the first order of business when session starts in January 2022 that the primary is in June and the filing deadline for candidates February No, it really doesn't give much time for people who want to run to, you know, make sure that they're in the right district unable to do that, Yeah, and listen as a as a resident of the most atrocious, most egregious congressional district, And by the way, this will be a good test delegate Still like I believe I live in the most ridiculous congressional district in Maryland. It makes absolutely no sense It looked to call it an inkblot would be a crime because there's nothing continuously About it. What district? You think that I'm referring to? Oh, you must be Paul Servings. The third. Yeah, exactly. Yes, exactly. Yes, it's outrageous. It's the word, John Sarbanes, actually now, of course I'm sorry. Yeah, evoking the name of his father. Right? Well, yes, because it was drawn just so he could win in it. Yes. First gave his father Yeah, it's outrageous. So I'm looking forward to redistricting for sure. It is it is. It is shameful What they've done with that district and unconscionable And you're right. There is so I live in the Baltimore County area, and there's and I used to work for Andy hair, sort of wonderful, awesome Congressman Andy Harris. And I remember working on his campaign back in 2012. You could stand on a corner and Perry Hall and you could be literally on the border of three congressional districts. E think we deserve better in Maryland and Dutch and starving. You're like right here. The three of you meet this makes no sense at all. It just makes me think they're afraid of Perry Hall. Get this. The Leggo is our guest. She is the minority whip in the house of delegates in Annapolis. That is the first date. What s so what? Beyond redistricting, which hopefully, we can agree on and actually get something that what else do you think we can agree on and fix and actually get done in the state of Maryland, this legislative session. Well, covert. We can We all agree on the covert, You know, on Toby Response, Healthcare, making sure we're you know, taking care of people who have been affected by this virus through no fault of their own. They've been. You know, they're sick. They need to be taking care of. They've lost their job. They've lost their business that you know, these are important things. And you know, we do have a rainy day fund. And you know it. If we don't use the rainy day fund for today, I don't know when it's raining. You know, this is a once in 100 year pandemic. I am a small government, low taxes. Republican servant of Republican but you know, there is a time to spend what you have saved. And you know, we have to make sure that we're taking care of folks again through no fault of their own. Well, if that's the bottom line your heart as you know, delegates silica. These are not people who are looking for a handout from the government. They want to go back to work. They want to open up. They want to get back to business. They're being prevented from doing so. It's not that they're not able or capable or willing to do that, and that's why it frankly and they're not able to do it because the government has told them not to. Exactly a lot of these small mom. Pop is insists. And, you know restaurants, especially so many people..

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"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well, we need to do is get the Maryland Constitution turned back on and get out of the emergency powers, which are really well problem. You know what? You're absolutely right. And I don't know if you were listening to me this week. But I had Dan Cox State delegate Dan Cox from Frederick County. Ah, very prominent attorney and he is filing impeachment articles against the governor. And this is the 44th amendment in that, too. Yeah, he's using the state Constitution. All right. Thank you, Tim. That's it. A lot of people don't know these things. You know the people that talk show host. Don't tell him About this is what the guy's doing gift get the real story out on governor right now. Okay, here is Sharon Sharon. Good morning. Good morning. Had always a pleasure to talk to you. I missed the lovely First lady of Baltimore County, Valerie. Misheard it day, but he's listening. I want to give her a shout out. I love you could pick her up every Saturday night. I love how she looks out for the working class families of Baltimore County. I Every time I listen to you, I always It always makes me even you know it. It reignites my anger it Larry Hogan for coming into Baltimore County and putting his thumb on the scale. That was absolutely odious, but well, he stole the Baltimore County executive election and now we have Johnny Al Cesky, and we can thank him for that. Yeah. I think he was working for the Oshinsky campaign myself because that was just An absolute disgrace. But I wanted to pick up where your first caller left off. And he was really hinting at civil disobedience. And I'm sure you remember when we had an issue in Maryland with certain Restaurants, not allowing black people to come in and sit down and eat and whatever and what happened. There was civil disobedience where people came in, and they sat down. And they refused to leave unless they will waited on. Well, we have the same thing here. People should open up their businesses using math mask up social distancing because it's in the Constitution, the right to pursue happiness, which is the right to have a business. To our own money to support yourself to support your family and not sit around waiting for the government to send you money. These people are trying to starve us to death. They're trying to kill us. They're trying to kill our economy. They're trying to kill capitalism. And we need some good old fashioned civil disobedience. Now some people will get arrested. What will that do? That will expose our leaders for being the unconstitutional authoritarians that they are and they'd be gone within the next election or to Governor. Rhino is at the top of that list. He's definitely gone. Well, he can't run again. Thank God And he has no pathway to anything and he won't admit it, but, well, you're right about that. We are taking too much. We're losing our freedom and we are letting it go away without a fight. I'll give an example What you're talking about restaurants. Why are they closing restaurants at 10 o'clock restaurants and bars, 1500 or whatever that it is in Baltimore County. What is the difference between Covitz at eight o'clock and at 11 o'clock? There is no difference. And in fact, there's a gentleman out of California named McClintock. He gave a really great speech. About them doing the same thing in California. He said. Apparently be coronavirus can tell time. Apparently, the violence point. Apparently, the virus knows what the restaurant I mean. It's absolutely upset is ridiculous. Ridiculous. I don't know why. In Baltimore County I live in Baltimore County. I don't know why the beverage dealers and the restaurant association In Baltimore County is not fighting back on this issue. Why they're not going to court now in Anna Rondo County, my friend James King, who owns restaurants in and around the county. He's a former state legislator, and he is a freedom fighter and a super citizen. He launched a lawsuit and Baltimore County and he wanted okay. Hannah Rondo County Man. I'm sorry, Nana Randall County and You know what? In Baltimore County. Not just one restaurant, all 1200 on whatever it is, they should all open up. If the tenant should have happened a long time ago, and where, Where was both this? Where is the lawsuit? And Baltimore County. I called one of the leaders the administrator for the Baltimore County Beverage Association. I think a day or two ago, she hasn't called me back. But Jerry call me, You know, Don't snub me. I want to talk to you. I want to find out why they're not doing a lawsuit now in this Baltimore county where we're denying freedom to our Children, the freedom of education, and that's a big 1, 115,000 students and 50,000 parents. My legal foundation that I'm associated with. We are seriously well. In fact, we're having a meeting this week to determine what kind of lawsuit we're going to throw at the Baltimore County Board of Education. We're going to stand up to them because the bottom a county board of education sharing is crazy. I agree. They there's five conservatives and six liberals and all 11 of them are covert operators. They don't communicate. They don't tell us what's going on. They don't answer. The parents. They do nothing. It's like weird. It's like they're aliens or something. But we're gonna have to shake them up and get them out into the public. So, yes, you're right. There needs to be a form off. You can call it civil disobedience. I call it Exercising your rights under the Constitution, National right to support yourself and not be dependent on the government to supply. I mean, it's obvious they don't want to do anything to help the order everybody not to work and then they don't do anything. So I mean, this is a necessity at this point, but I wanted I also want to thank you for everything you're doing, and I want also want to say one more thing. Go Dan Cox. I can't wait. And then Cox is a freedom fighter Exact and he's taking on the guy that's in charge Hogan. Well, you know where your damn mask hate Hogan, Listen to me. Get your damn vaccine out to the people. You're supposed to be the guy doing in your last in the nation. Thank you Sharing. We're gonna take a break. We'll be right back. If you still not refinance your mortgage, we'll soon you might be kicking yourself.

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Dallas-Fort Worth To Interview For Police Chief Position

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas-Fort Worth To Interview For Police Chief Position

"North Texas cities remain vulnerable while they choose Police chiefs for Worth. Texas is without a police chief, one of three major North Texas cities looking for someone to lead their department's chief had crowds took over. His interim chief of the fire. Joel Fitzgerald, in May of 2019 was sworn in as chief just last December and announced his resignation in July. Since then, the city of Fort Worth has taken it. Time searching for a new chief, hiring an outside firm to wade through candidates. Six finalists have now been named about an hour from Fort Worth. The city of Dallas, is also searching for a police chief after Rene Hall resigned in September. Dallas is said to have a new chief by the end of the month. And smack dab in the center of DFW is Arlington, who just hired Colonel Al Jones, a 25 year veteran from the Baltimore County Police Department, as its new chief of police in November from the Texas USA Radio News Bureau. I'm down Your for over

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Ransomware Attack Closes Baltimore County Public Schools

Real Estate Today

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Ransomware Attack Closes Baltimore County Public Schools

"Kids in Baltimore County public schools will have two more days of free time this week in person and virtual classes are canceled tomorrow and Tuesday after a ransomware attack left 115,000 students without remote learning classes. Staff will spend the next two days working on setting up the instructional

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Cyberattack shuts Baltimore schools for two days

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Cyberattack shuts Baltimore schools for two days

"Three days after a ransomware attack shut down Baltimore County School system. There's no indication the problem will be resolved quickly, and the timeline for resuming classes remains uncertain. We learned tonight. Baltimore County Public schools will be closed for students Monday and Tuesday. Offices will be open and staff will receive additional information about those two days. The FBI and the state's Emergency management agency are helping to investigate the cyber attack, along with state and local authorities.

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Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

All Things Considered

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

"All learning stopped in Baltimore County public schools this morning, teachers and students were locked out of their online courses when a ransomware attack halted all of the district's digital systems. Emily Sullivan and member Station W. Y P. R Reports Elena Lama Ke thought she'd seen all possible remote learning blunders. But then, as the kindergarten teacher was preparing for virtual parent teacher conference, she learned of the attacks, I think if it Have been any other year. My panic level probably would have been a lot higher. Honestly, I was like, Of course, there's a cyber attack. She and other teachers are shut out of their grating portals, email and even their phones. I don't know how we're going to navigate this. My hope is that we will be able to get back into our virtual world as soon as possible. Imagine if thieves snuck into school headquarters loaded up every single document and then put those files in a warehouse on Lee. They can enter. That's how ransomware works and encrypt systems and on Lee, the hackers have the key. Avi Rubin is a computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University, he says. While it's too early to say for certain the attacks look serious. I don't think it's completely out of the question that we may not be able to finish out this year if they can't get back in line and then that several weeks, schools are not traditional ransomware targets but as many remain online. Rubin says hackers have more opportunities to infiltrate them. Everybody is now using either zoom or Microsoft teams or some form of remote communication, and that includes students learning in school. There's been at least 30 ransomware attacks on schools this year. This one has left more than 115,000 Children who can't enter their classrooms due to the pandemic without a way to learn. Lama, Ke says she can't believe she's nostalgic for virtual learning. We get excited to see each other every day, and even though they're only seeing each other virtually when one student hasn't they asked, Why aren't they on the screen? Or they send virtual hugs to each other? Baltimore County School officials say they're working with the FBI, and they don't plan on paying ransom

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Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

Sean Hannity

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

"Baltimore County Public schools closed online classes today following a ransomware attack on their network information systems. District officials say the cyber attack appears to be confined to school systems and doesn't appear to have extended to the Baltimore County

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Dallas - Arlington Names 5 Finalists For New Police Chief, Community Forum Scheduled

Chris Krok

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas - Arlington Names 5 Finalists For New Police Chief, Community Forum Scheduled

"The city of Arlington is named five finalists and its search for a new chief of police. Arlington started that search for a chief on June 1st and received applications. From 74 safety professionals from around the country. The five finalists include three candidates from the Arlington Police Department itself one from Baltimore County and another from the Pittsburgh Police Department.

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Washington, DC - 18-Year-Old Woman Killed In NE Baltimore Shooting Baltimore Overnight

Sean Hannity

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC - 18-Year-Old Woman Killed In NE Baltimore Shooting Baltimore Overnight

"Woman and a 19 year old man shot on Hornets Lane, both taken to a local hospital woman later died. Detectives believe the suspect left the scene in a silver Cadillac SUV. Baltimore County police say a 50 year old man faces multiple charges for firing his

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Misdemeanor kidnap charge for mother of Ravens guard's child

Derek Hunter

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Misdemeanor kidnap charge for mother of Ravens guard's child

"The mother of Baltimore Ravens offensive guard deejay Fluker is Child faces a misdemeanor kidnapping charge after being accused of refusing to give their child back to Fluker. After a supervised visit, Kimberly Davis was arrested and charged by Baltimore County police. She was released after posting

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Washington, DC - Baltimore County Police Ask For Help Identifying Gas Station Burglary Suspect

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC - Baltimore County Police Ask For Help Identifying Gas Station Burglary Suspect

"Police have released a surveillance images of the suspect accused of burglarizing a gas station on Leeds Avenue last Friday. Police say the suspect forced the doors of the Gulf gas station opened then what inside and stole cigarettes.

Washington DC - Maryland teachers unions, PTA call for virtual-only start to school this fall amid coronavirus pandemic

Derek Hunter

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC - Maryland teachers unions, PTA call for virtual-only start to school this fall amid coronavirus pandemic

"The Maryland State Education Association, the Baltimore teacher's Union and the Mail and Peeta all putting pressure on Maryland leaders to make the fall semester. A virtual one. M. S. G. A president Cheryl boss said Making the decision now would give every school district six weeks to plan. Governor Larry Hogan and state Superintendent Dr Karen Salmon have not provided a recent update on their plans has start as the start of the school is approaching Baltimore County public schools proposing three plans for starting classes in the fall. Maryland public schools Most published their recovery plans by August 14th. The first day of school in the county, September 8th. Prince George's County will announce they're reopening plans at noon today. Charles County students will not return early on in August. The school board voted last night and agreed to start the school year with virtual learning August

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In new police reform initiative, Baltimore County to publish police complaints, update use of force policy and establish watchdog group

Derek Hunter

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

In new police reform initiative, Baltimore County to publish police complaints, update use of force policy and establish watchdog group

"Baltimore county enacting a series of steps in an effort to improve accountability in the police department and promote more equitable policing among them the county will now sign the Obama foundation pledged to review an updated use of force policy with community input also implement fair and impartial police training curriculum for all Baltimore county police department members

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Washington DC - Virginia Reports First Child With Rare Syndrome Linked to Coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC - Virginia Reports First Child With Rare Syndrome Linked to Coronavirus

"Children's national hospital in DC now reporting twenty three children are being treated for an inflammatory illness linked to cope at nineteen last week there were just three patients Virginia has also reported its first case this week a child who is now recovering at home in Fairfax county in Maryland there have been four cases including a Baltimore county teenager who died doctors worldwide or searching for treatment for the disease that similar to callous sake desire a disease pediatric multi symptom inflammatory syndrome usually develops weeks after a coronavirus infection symptoms include fever rash abdominal and chest pain changes to skin color

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23 Children Admitted to Washington DC Hospital for Rare Illness Linked to COVID-19

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

23 Children Admitted to Washington DC Hospital for Rare Illness Linked to COVID-19

"New tonight more than twenty young patients are being treated for a mysterious illness linked to covert nineteen at children's national hospital in DC the hospital says tonight telling our news partners at NBC for doctors are now treating twenty three kids for the rare but serious illness called multi system inflammatory syndrome Virginia reports its first case that was yesterday in Fairfax county in Maryland there have been four cases including a Baltimore county teenager who

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Former NAACP leader Kweisi Mfume wins special election for Maryland congressional seat of the late Elijah Cummings

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Former NAACP leader Kweisi Mfume wins special election for Maryland congressional seat of the late Elijah Cummings

"Duffy new tonight in Maryland politics meet your new control congressman elects former N. double ACP leader Kweisi informing easily winning a special election for the congressional seat vacated by the late Elijah Cummings with almost ninety percent of precincts reporting across Baltimore city Baltimore county and Howard County and boom a has more than seventy percent of the vote over Republican Kimberly

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Washington, DC - Tornado watch in effect until 6 p.m. in Maryland

Rush Limbaugh

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC - Tornado watch in effect until 6 p.m. in Maryland

"The National Weather Service issuing a tornado warning for western Baltimore county Baltimore city northeast Howard County until twelve thirty PM you're asked to take shelter and seek safety now again the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for western Baltimore county Baltimore city northeast Howard County until twelve thirty PM your house to take shelter and seek safety now the National Weather Service also issued a tornado watch for much of Maryland until six PM

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State Sen. Jill Carter running for Cummings' seat in Baltimore

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

State Sen. Jill Carter running for Cummings' seat in Baltimore

"The race for the next mayor of Baltimore heating up former Baltimore police in Baltimore county spokesperson TJ Smith announces mayoral campaign this morning his slogan appears to be think different and he says he's running to give back to the city he loves state senator Joe Carter pondering a run to fill the late congressman Elijah Cummings see this morning Carter announced her exploratory committee for Maryland seventh congressional district she's the first to announce a run one day after governor Larry Hogan announced a special election

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Maryland governor sets special election date to fill Cummings' seat

Larry O'Connor

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Maryland governor sets special election date to fill Cummings' seat

"Maryland governor Larry Hogan setting the dates for a special election to fill the seat of the late congressman Elijah Cummings governor Hogan proclaiming the dates in the two step process first a special primary election set by the governor for February fourth and then the special general election on April twenty eighth of twenty twenty the late congressman Elijah Cummings had represented Maryland's seventh district for over thirty five years that includes the city of Baltimore in portions of Baltimore county in Howard County Cummings died October seventeenth Barbara brit WMAL and WMAL

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It's not a given that tech in the classroom improves learning

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:34 min | 3 years ago

It's not a given that tech in the classroom improves learning

"Tech has promised to revolutionize and improve classroom teaching as school district's have incorporated more devices into their curricula. It hasn't always correlated with gains and learning in fact a recent Wall Street Journal article pointed out Falling Test Scores in Baltimore County Maryland and district that jumped into digital nationwide. Some parents are even pushing back against too much screen time in class. Daniel Willingham is a professor of psychology at the University of Virginia and research is how we learn. He said balancing techs promise and it's realities has been a learning experience of its own. Maybe about fifteen or twenty years ago. There was enormous optimism awesome about the use of technology in classrooms because obviously enabled things that you just can't do with a typical blackboard alone or have kids are working on individual devices the software conservative tune. It's progress to how fast slow the child is learning and so you should be able to to catch practice to the child. That's at exactly the right level so fifteen or twenty years ago. I think a lot of us were thinking. There's almost no way this can go wrong. The advantages are so enormous that <hes> this is bound to be a big benefit and it sounds a little funny now in retrospect. We were all pretty naive. I mean now. It's become plane. Actually you can write bad software for learning and <hes> software where kids would be much better off without the technology when when it comes to the promise that tech gives and what it actually delivers. How do we kind of strike the right balance. That's a great question and you know with. This is still in its infancy and people are working feverishly trying to figure it out. I think one sort of Lens that's useful to think about is the extent to which tech loses the human interaction element and I think a lot of times when people are that were evaluating what can logical logical solutions to learning could do for us. They were really underestimating the human touch of the teacher and they're thinking someone sitting in front of a screen lean and sort of like all they're doing kind of absorbing information so if it's presenting information then you're good to go <hes> and they were losing sight of the fact that yeah but it's different when you're learning from a person and you have a relationship with that person that makes you care a little bit more about what they think. It makes you a little bit more. We're willing to put forth effort. All of that gets lost when you're just working in front of a computer so people have been thinking more about kind of mixing and things up more frequently rather than having say a forty five minute session in front of a computer. It's going to be more where the students are bouncing back and forth between an activity or two on the screen and then they're going to interact with the teacher again and then back to the screen and so forth so then. Is there any he kind of software that you've seen or tech usage that you think that hey they've got it figured out. It's working. You know yes but not one that I I would like go on record as saying this is this is this is the fabulous. I've definitely been in classrooms where I've seen teachers using technology effectively really <hes> sometimes. It's a a smart whiteboard actually frequently. I've seen teachers using smart whiteboards effectively. I've seen bits of software. That seem really engaging but again. It's all kind of piecemeal at this point rather than you know as a researcher. I'm always looking for consistency. If it doesn't work in all contexts for all kids I WANNA be able to describe which context it works in for which kids and we're we're not really there yet for anything. What about the flip side of it. Have you view see any software that you thought Oh my God. This is terrible mostly mostly a lot of times what it is is it's it's the frills. It's the bells and whistles. It's basically a fractions worksheet and it's got a dancing hamster on it and a little mouse the bottom with a cowboy hat going yeehaw so there's plenty of stuff like that's really not enriching or interesting or any different than you could do on paper apor except for some sort of trivial bells and whistles. Daniel Willingham is a professor of psychology at the University of Virginia by the way he says the impetus to get tech back into classrooms. Parents often pressure district's because they don't want their kids getting left

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