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"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.
"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP
"Response, though, from the leader of Maryland's most populous county to the decision is decidedly negative or people will get sick. That's what Montgomery County Executive Mark L. Rich says in response to the announcement from Governor Hogan no different from how it's been through the entire pandemic. Counties can keep stricter rules in place if they want. That's what's happening in Montgomery County. Eldritch says Hogan's changes related to masks an outdoor dining will not apply there. You should be able to handle eating in a restaurant and wearing a mask as much as possible. And maintaining a distance rather than going full months. You back to the way things work, not a good idea. Nick I Nelly w T. O P. News of the leaders of Anna Rundle, Charles, Frederick and Howard counties are reviewing the governor's order. Baltimore County plans to align with it, Officials in Prince George's County haven't said. Yet what they're going to do and in Virginia and the district officials say they are reviewing their outdoor mask mandates. Now we've learned that the district in Maryland are ending their pre registration programs for the coronavirus fact. Scene. Now they're offering direct appointments and walk up shots. The decisions are being seen as a sign that there's now a steady supply of the vaccine, C Mira Muriel Bowser says. Starting Saturday, residents 18 and older will be able to walk up to any of the city's 11 vaccination sites without an appointment. Maryland has 12 mass vaccination sites and governor Larry Hogan says another is about to open and our 13th and final site in Howard County is opening Friday at the Mall in Colombia, Like the district, Maryland will end pre registrations on Saturday. Eligible residents.
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
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
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.
"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP
"Baltimore County public schools will remain closed through at least Tuesday as the local state and federal authorities continue to investigate that ransomware attack that crippled the school system Wednesday and announcement this afternoon from the CPS said of office. His will open and staff will receive additional information about Monday and Tuesday. The statement said. This would provide much needed time for staff to continue setting up the instructional platform and to communicate next steps regarding electronic devices. The Baltimore Sun spoke with I T experts who say online classes could be back in about a week or two, perhaps a soon as a few days, But restoring the network may take weeks. Small business Saturday comes too late for small businesses that have closed permanently because of the pandemic. Restaurants have been especially hard hit pen, Social, a popular sports bard eighth Andy Streets. Northwest says it's closing its doors for the foreseeable future. In a parting message on Twitter, the bar known for its arcade games asks its patrons to support local independent businesses. Restaurants have gone belly up from Northern Virginia to suburban Maryland Lotus Grill and Bar in downtown Bethesda, has announced it's permanently closing. First reported by Bethesda News Blogger Robert Dire Lotus only opened in May 2019, but the owner says the pandemic is to blame, particularly on O. W. T o P news on Fox and Friends. Republican New York Congressman Lee Zeldin called on lawmakers to offer aid to restaurants given.
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
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
"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The governor announced yesterday that bars and restaurants will have their indoor capacity dropped to 50%. In addition, health officials encouraging residents toe limit their indoor gatherings to 25. People at the Max. Hogan also encouraging everyone not to travel except for essential reasons. Especially the higher is states. All of the new restrictions effective this evening at five o'clock, Baltimore County executive Johnny Ski applauds Governor Hogan's newly announced actions. He says statewide solutions remain the most effective public health actions and he supports the governor's moved to protect the health of all Marylanders. You can now check out a chromebook for use Thanks to the anti Rondo Public Library Library system, officials announced they're offering chromebook and WiFi hot spot bundles the patrons for use at home. The bundles can be checked out for seven days at a time and renewed if no one is waiting for a kid with less than one month ago before he's sworn in as a new council member. Baltimore Councilman elect James Torrence says he has a plan to battle crime in one section of the city. Torrence, who will represent District seven, says his approach is to ask the community what they need to combat crime in their neighborhood, the councilman elect said Once he knows what the neighborhood needs, he'll work to address them SPORTS After this, If you need your roofing windows are citing replaced. You owe me the top remodeling company in Maryland and getting it done for his lowest $79 per month. Peak Custom remodeling over 100 reviews on Google with four point a star rating..
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.
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
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
"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Got the Baltimore County school system is loaded up with black lives matter propaganda. It's all over the curriculum. It's in special training. They even passed. He passed the resolution by the Board of Education. Supporting black lives matters. It was an illegal resolution. If you pass a resolution in the Baltimore County Board of Education number one, you have to announce it. Number two. You have to have public hearings number three. It has to be put past after all, that they didn't do any of that. They just slipped it in. As part of a report now. If there's any particular resolution that needs public hearings, it's black lives matter. Black lives matters is a Marxist organization there against the family union. They are anti Semetic, their anti Jewish. They are anti Christian. They are marks is they're anti American. They hate cops. I would think that the cops and Jewish people, Christian people would want to come in and testify, don't you? At a public hearing about the school board passing a resolution. Well, let me tell you something. I can't tell you all the details, but once again Super Citizen Remember that little mouse Mighty mouse Mighty Mouse is here to save the day while super citizen is going to be saving the day again on this issue, Watch what happens. That's why I'm telling you, you better join and make super citizen strong because your strongest super citizen is strong, but anyway Then we have finally now Johnny, he decides that he's going to be anti cop. And he's passing seven bills with six dwarfs Johnny B. And the six Dwarfs. There's on Ly one politician, one elected representatives. God bless him and three cheers for him. On the county Council, and that is Todd Crandall from the Greater Dundalk area. Todd Crandell stood up to all of them. Is he Potok? I think his name Mr Mountain Reisterstown. He's one of the doors. Tom Quirk from Keeton. Still, he's one of the dwarfs Cathy Bevins. From Middle River and Parkville. She's one of the dwarfs Julian Jones from Reisterstown. He's the King of the Dwarfs. He's the guy that introduced the bill along with Johnny. And then we have two Republicans David marks from Perry Hall. He supports the anti cop bill. I think he's a co sponsor, and then we have weighed catch former legislator Who's in North County. He supports the anti cop bill. So it's Johnny O and the sixth Ward Now, I don't know if these two Republicans are going to support all of this Bernie Sanders the legislation that's going to be coming into Baltimore County. But they sure look like cops. So anyway, That's what we're fighting against that we came out Friday with Johnny O must go and we had a number of protesters. Guess where in front of his office. And I'm telling you, the ladies were loud. This group of ladies on DH. It's growing. They're getting larger and numbers all the time. The one who's the leader is Brenda. Myers, who owns Vince's crab houses, and she's the one that is suing old as she is so ticked off because over 110 days The occupiers have been on her land in front of her business, trying to destroy her business, and she said, if they could be in front of her business, she's going out where his businesses And so those protestors were going to be there every week and they make noise. I told Brenda and and they're going to grow in numbers. Now, if you are concerned about what I just told you about ski in the future. You need to become part of not only super citizen, but our newest initiative, which is Johnny O must go now. This is a campaign that's going to have signs. We're gonna be on the street corners for the next two years. Right up to the next election. We're going to be doing direct mail. We're going to be doing fundraising. I like to see 50,000 signs from Catonsville Dundalk. I don't want him to drive on the road or street anywhere in Baltimore County when he doesn't see those blue and white signs. Blue and white are going to become his two on favorite colors. And the next day seeing in the next six months. Where do you see what happens next summer? But Johnny O must go now. If you don't know much about Vince's crap house. What you feel that that tax like was inappropriate. If you don't like the idea that Bomber County is a Sanctuary County under Johnny O, especially if you don't like the fact and we have talked to a lot of cops and they are ticked now they've got to be wife. They gotta watch themselves these air their jobs. They work for these politicians. They're supposed to work for us, and they understand that, but they know these politicians are ruthless and they're coming after them. It will be a lot of cops who have husbands and wives that are going to be part of super citizen there. That's where you're going to see the signs on the homes on the lawns of cop families all over Baltimore County. So, Johnny O. You have picked up something. You've decided you've decided that you wanna have an agenda and our great county against our values. You wanna have an agenda against our cops who we love in our county. And if you look at the record, there are no Abuse of powers or force, the records are clear in Baltimore County doesn't exist. These cops in this county should be honored, which we honor them. They should not be punished by Johnny Ski in the sixth, and now you've picked the wrong fight. Johnny O, you're not in Montgomery County. You're not the county executive of Howard County, the county executive of a patriotic, conservative county, and we're going to show you we can fight back. And we intend to fight back. We're not going to roll over and be sheep while you and George sorrows and your friends in Baltimore City and other places who were liberals that are trying to run this county into the ground. And make it a liberal county. So you conjoined with Baltimore City and make it metro Baltimore in the future. That's your game plan, and we know it and we're going to put that out there, and I think the people of Baltimore County or fighters I mean, these air steelworkers, thes air, blue collar people. These are people that work for a living. These are Military people. These are veterans who have volunteered for the military and fought in Afghanistan and fought in Iran are Iraq. These are young women who work for a living that are tough. These air young mothers with families like to goto our good schools. They're not going to put up with your nonsense. You're gonna have a fight on your hand, my friend. If you think you were going to come into that job and turn this county upside down and turn it around and take advantage of us, and we were going to stand there and let you do it, you're wrong. We have just begun to fight. Pat McDonough will be right back..
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.
"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Baltimore County officials are looking to help improve policing council members are announcing the strengthening modernization, accountability reform and transparent Sing policing Act or smart. Giving new legislation that will address current rules on choke holds the escalation, training use of force and increased transparency. A group of people from animal to Correct County traveled Annapolis yesterday to stage a demonstration outside the state Board of Education Building. They wanted to send a message that they supported a returned in classroom education for students. Maryland's largest African American museum. The original Lewis Museum is reopening tomorrow at 10 am their new hours of operation and signs to help with foot traffic In sports baseball. The Orioles hit four home runs, and they beat the New York Mets, 11 to 2 and Queens, D. J. Stewart, Ryan Mountcastle, Rio Ruiz and Pat Valaika. All went to for the Birds who don't look now have won four in a row in six of eight. Tonight. Game two of three from Citi Field. Doing right handers will be on the mound tonight. Jorge Lopez for the Orioles. Rick Porcello for New York Weather Channel forecast is next. Hi, I'm Patrick Singles owner knew Lacombe design I'd like to share with one of our roofing customer said We knew we needed to replace our roof. But we've just done a kitchen remodel, and the whole thing was a nightmare. So we were apprehensive about doing another project. We kept hearing new look say how easy they make it So we decided to give him a shot. What a difference. They came out. It was total transparency. They gave us a three d image of our house, complete with a list of measurements and the pricing broke down..
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
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
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
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
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
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
"baltimore county" Discussed on WTOP
"Second Maryland death a man in his sixties from Baltimore county a bit earlier today president trump and members of the coronavirus task force met with reporters again to discuss more drastic measures such as moving the tax deadline back to July fifteenth and the closing of the Mexican border except to trade but not just tourists or people driving around CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy joined our Sean and Brendan to discuss the measures announced well in addition to shutting the border to all but essential personnel and trade Chad wolf the acting homeland security secretary announced that migrants who might be trying to cross certain even claiming asylum it seems between ports of entry would be taken by the border patrol back from where they came immediately he says without delay and that seemed to be a significant announcement there was also an extensive back and forth between the president and reporters Anthony Fauci about the effectiveness of the drug chloroquine that malarial drug which has been on the market for for more than half a century which yesterday the president suggested might be effective against coronavirus he's expressed optimism about word that day it's been doing just that clinical trials but today Anthony found she came to the podium and said that there's no proof that it works it's never been done in a controlled clinical trial he says you can't make any definitive statement about it the president then took the microphone and said well he still has a good feeling about Laura Quinn and quote I sure as hell think we ought to give it a try at a certain point a reporter asked if there's anything the president could say to Americans who are increasingly scared about the situation and instead of addressing those concerns the president went on a tear against the reporter whom he called terrible and the news organization for which he worked he blasted and so rather than addressing the concerns that people have you pour into the reporter later the same question was asked by the same reporter of the vice president who said that Americans need not be afraid they should be vigilant the president said that Republicans and Democrats were close on another relief package any better idea of what that would look like and where things stand well what we do know is the Republican Senate proposal would offer checks of up to twelve hundred dollars for individuals who make essentially less than a hundred thousand dollars as individuals couples less than just under two hundred thousand dollars the amount of money would go up depending on how many children you have and so it would also if you don't make any money or didn't in twenty eighteen which would be the year which is all based you get a six hundred dollar check let's say you're a senior or on disability the president said that they'd be more than a thousand dollars a proposal again Republicans are offering is twelve hundred and that is still the subject of negotiation up on Capitol Hill but one of the more interesting things today's been this discussion on Capitol Hill as to how this is actually gonna wanna getting past because there's a true scare up on Capitol Hill with some members of Congress already testing positive for this virus the concern about people in close contact it's never been done before the house of representatives or the Senate that any kind of remote voting has been authorized so this is very much a subject of concern among the leadership and certainly the rank and file.
"baltimore county" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Top foreign policy priority stand a pivotal moment says to high level national security officials had to an annual security form in Germany secretary state Mike Pompeii on defense secretary mark asper are heading to Munich elsewhere a shooting at a Baltimore apartment complex ended with the death of a former state corrections official who had been under investigation and the wounding of two fugitive task force officers Baltimore police commissioner Michael Harrison says the officers are trying to serve a warrant for attempted murder our officers one from Baltimore city one from Baltimore county were shot and had sustained gunshot wounds and were transported to a shock trauma with they are receiving the best treatment anywhere in the country Harrison says the suspect was fatally shot but he did not say by whom the education department has opened an investigation into whether Harvard and Yale failed to report hundreds of millions of dollars in foreign gifts and contracts as required by law the department says Gail may not ever reported at least three hundred seventy five million dollars in foreign money federal law requires most colleges and universities to report gifts from and contracts with foreign sources that are more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars twice a year over the last three decades schools have reported more than six point six billion dollars in donations from Qatar China Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates does your baby have what it takes to be the next phase of Gerber the company is looking for its next national spokes baby you can submit photos and videos of your little one's up to four years old for chance at your child becoming Gerber's twenty twenty ambassador judges will choose the next Kerber baby based on visual appeal expressiveness and consistency with Gerber's anything for baby mission the grand prize twenty five thousand dollars public expressiveness yes those babies do have that I would do how many different eyebrows which is and smiles they have thanks in six minutes and probably.
"baltimore county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Baltimore county or up by fifty two percent in two thousand nineteen and the officials can't say why well guess what the great McDonough will say why when we come back cold front comes then open up the work week we'll see rain and then yeah Bridget cloudy overnight low low to mid thirties is actually not too bad and then nice looking finish to the weekend with the sun and clouds mixed middle fifties your Sunday night overnight low near forty for our veterans day Monday sunshine low sixties rain comes in Monday night into early Tuesday daytime and what talk radio six eighty W. sedia when your vehicle needs help Jeff automotive services is the place to go your vehicle will be worked on by automotive service a as he certified technicians Jeff services all vehicles including cars SUVs trucks both medium and light duty and there are always specials available at Jeff's automotive service all for ten six eight to fifty seven hundred ships automotive services is a locally owned and conveniently located in the heart of US six at three thirteen mace Avenue Jeff's is the winner of the best automotive service award for two thousand and nineteen by the Avenue newspapers readers poll Jeff Saul percent percent discounts to all seniors and active military members and would like to thank our military members for their service Jeff's automotive services has a name you can trust remember call for ten six eight to fifty seven hundred projects automotive service we parents here are kids say lots of things that can get us pretty worked up things like and.
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
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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"Saturday the Baltimore county police identified thirty one year old Jamal Ramon Taylor of Baltimore in the stabbing spree they say he stabbed four people the folding knife beat a fifth person before officer shot and killed him they say he refused repeated commands to drop the knife around seventeen hundred pepco customers get hit by power outages this morning in southeast DC most affected were between Capitol Hill and just south of Pennsylvania Avenue petco had customers back online shortly before eleven thirty this morning the driver of a U. haul truck is charged with manslaughter drunk driving and other charges after a fatal crash Friday night and Denton that involved a motorcycle and Erindale county police say the driver of a Harley Davidson motorcycle was traveling northbound on Annapolis road when the truck driven by twenty one year old Kaelin Nicole joy pulled out of a nearby parking lot the motorcycle driver twenty three year old Gregory the engine to run of open to and died at the scene police say Kaelin Nicole joy was driving under the influence of alcohol a permanent shelter for illegal immigrant minors in Alexandria will not be built as planned the office of refugee resettlement road to Alexandria mayor Justin Wilson telling him there was a change of plans because the agency doesn't occur shelter in Alexandria best suits its needs instead the agency will look into building shelters in Texas and Arizona if you're taking the elder loop the capital beltway bridge tonight you may be stuck in traffic as a bridge is repaired folks want to use three oh one two ninety five and district south of the closure than they can hop back on the I ninety five in the capital but we from there that that's going to be your two best wants to ninety five and three oh one if you want to get past that and you can work your way back over to the capitol beltway W. in mail news time is six so for now W. imail traffic and weather from the head deep carpet cleaning traffic center. well played on the album of this did happen. Avenue approaching university Boulevard but you still be stop and go on the adult from through Sam's for both the Capitan parkway also those logo for you in Virginia from the dentist all right in a change on the end of the Persian headed over the lead to bridge inside the beltway also you gotta be slow headed westbound the southeast southwest freeway your comments were thirty three total profits and fourteenth street bridge and I ten and five road construction going to slow you down north and south between MalcolmX Avenue in laboratory boat I am hearing Galbraith now from garage door repaired account that have you and may your weather channel forecast. tonight mostly cloudy low around sixty six.
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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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"CBM six eighty and is is there really I'm not really talking about the fact that that was the maximum sentence that Dante or is god and that's that's fine but did all reality and truth be told he will not spend life in in prison unless he screws up and you know kill somebody else inside the jail or something like that it you know you could be out as early as seven years because that's the average according to prosecutors in in Baltimore county and could be in there on ten fifteen maybe twenty the fact is if you you're killing a cop the parole boards when when they review people for when they come up for full that is the heavy aggravating factor in their decision whether or not to parole somebody's off I doubt he'd be out in seven but we could be out in fifteen to twenty and you'd still be of a young man thirty seven years old if that were the case so is that an appropriate amount of time to spend in jail for deliberately running over a police officer and take your life I don't think so so you can certainly we don't have rows of drug yesterday boy was on a roll watching him in front of that brother they broke blind the press row whatever you wanna call it just noticed it completely mix the a White House daily press briefings stuff regression hasn't L. one yet ever since so of course it long Sir Huckabee Sanders left they haven't had one and so the president and and and this is great her rush talking about this little yesterday and it's wonderful because you don't get to see the press careening for face time on camera still get up there they can't roll their eyes and get into confrontations like what your what's the name of the Leo Acosta likes to do and these these things so you only see the president and he's walking up and down the line and he's pointing these just bring in your life like Jesus conductor that is you know he's he's basically pointing to I'll take this one no I don't want you you're too wise carrier and so is every it it's it's it's fascinating to watch it is really entertaining and he walks back and forth then he looks like he's about ready to go to the job marine one then it comes back to take a few more questions and you know again those are it just really is wonderful watches but yesterday he renewed his threat to cut off on about automatic birthright citizenship for babies born in the US to illegal alien mothers.
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"A car in the Baltimore county late this morning where they stop the vehicle in park drive near Annapolis road federal authorities say a Baltimore man with a long criminal history was sentenced today to seventeen years in prison for car jacking thirty one year old Robert Crenshaw has three previous felony convictions for drugs and violent crimes a man and a woman wanted for stealing a television set from the window of the parkway Crossway shopping center rent a center in Parkville over county police believe they may live in the neighborhood near the store in sports baseball the Orioles welcome the Houston Astros to Camden yards for the first time this season the best of the OS two out of three games in Houston earlier this season right hander Dylan Bundy on the hill for the bird to oppose former oriel south Paul Wade Miley and fort McHenry in Baltimore eighty nine eighty nine at fort Detrick in Frederick and another contender for me eighty eight reporting at six oh four I'm Michael Phil ability six eighty WCBS news very close and spider veins wow what a gift from my parents they had him and I got a and not only are they uncomfortable and sometimes painful but I stopped wearing skirts and shorts because I was embarrassed and I really hated the way my legs looked when my kids asked what are those things on your legs I was done I finally went to vein clinics of America the procedure took about an hour and I was right back to work the staff made me feel so comfortable and the results well even my husband noticed pain clinics of America has been treating vein disease for over thirty five years they're the largest and most experienced in the U. S. look I've been doing the commercials for vein clinics for years because I really believe in them and.
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"Send out our newsletter to thousands of Baltimore county residents and the newsletter is free and it has a whole section on section eight housing and what they're doing now I'm gonna give you one example before you get off the year and I want everybody out there to listen up there is a coalition of thirty to forty organizations that are pro section eight affordable housing like the ACLU organise their forty other coalition working together their target is Baltimore county they're coming after Baltimore county and they want to move out into areas like kings will and Moncton and north county they are working on plans to do that now the governor is part of this people don't know that people in Baltimore county sixty three percent of the people voted for this governor but he's a section eight guy and he has his assistant secretary of housing I think her name is Abrams but I'm not sure what she's the coordinator for this group this is the governor's implore you who's the coordinator an executive for this group to attack Baltimore county Baltimore county is ground zero and they're doing it for political reasons they want to wipe out the conservative of populist vote people like you Janet right they want to wipe out the elected officials and representatives in Baltimore county but they're destroying these neighborhoods so late as the show progresses I'm gonna give people more information I'll give you one other little tidbit okay okay the department of housing in Baltimore county housing is extremely important to Baltimore county just like you can flood the county with section eight housing the county executive has the power and the vision to flood the county with middle class housing if he wants to he wants to but the department of housing in Baltimore county is tucked away like a little unit inside the department of social services if I was county executive or anybody with common sense the department of housing should be an independent agency the cat respond to complaints from Janet and other people and the department of housing is managed by people who are huge advocates huge advocates for section eight housing I'm miles a day week to people in but like Janet you people have no idea you have no idea what is lined up against you well we have to stop and has since I all right and then I was happy to be in the car on my way to a an emergency dentist appointment for I would not have even heard you've come morning but I will call as soon as I hang up and leave my cell phone number because I am not afraid anymore and I am going to stand up for the people that will not work and we're going to try to stop that well we we need to we need to come together because they are organized they are well financed and they have a plan okay and the plan is to make Baltimore county become a liberal county and to do it through housing to Janet thank you for the call okay now we're going to move on but we're gonna talk about the same thing this is the article the Janet was talking about in the Dundalk eagle this was a a town meeting there and some of the things that were written there is a one of the people said you give out with vouchers like they are candy said one of the Dundalk man man the person citizen he far further said illegals living in large numbers and homes near his home Sir I have to correct you answered all Cesky the number of vouchers have been capped for years the wait list is more than eleven years to qualify for section eight housing that's a little misleading first of all it has been cat but there are many many section eight vouchers available they are coming in the Baltimore county the cap is on the greater Baltimore area section eight housing does not go by county because by greater Baltimore okay so this is misleading there are plenty of section eight vouchers available in Baltimore county well says he added that those convicted of drug drug charges for example are no longer eligible to receive section eight housing once again that's misleading they may not be eligible but there are not barred from living in these houses so if a person rents a section eight house and they have two people in their family who were selling drugs are one drugs they are in that house so the county executive is misleading people on that in another heated exchange a woman who identified herself as Janet and that was our Janet from east Baltimore county who spoke about the drug and sex traits speaking about police precinct twelve she said crime is going on checked and lamented that state of the police force is they're not responding and she's right now they are responding what my problem that I'm her hearing from constituents and people that are calling me and they call me believe me they are saying that the police respond but they don't do anything it's like we don't want to write up a report we don't want to file a criminal complaint so when you hear a Baltimore county that the crime is not bad and later on the the county executive admits that it is bad and growing and we'll talk about that but that is one of the reasons there has to be zero tolerance or not only crime serious crime but breaking into sheds nuisance in the neighborhoods that's what destroys the neighborhoods the children running in the street too many people living in a house too many cars coming out of one house drugs loud music in the neighborhood people say well though my god that's not the end of the world that's not like murder in Baltimore city no it is murder it's murdering the community and the county has no zero tolerance about this stuff and that is a one of the problems another person said how are you going to get resources into this this stricken Dundalk to deal with this increase in crime specific legal drugs at the end of Lynch road there are drugs prostitutes and needles this is in Baltimore county about Baltimore county you know we hear about Baltimore city having four hundred or whatever people that are I'm sorry shortages in the police force what is the four hundred five hundred in Baltimore county we have shortages we should not have those shortages we should be doing something about this up other people from Dundalk went on to raise their voice saying we are where are the resources these residents are here to protect their property not to protect section eight one lady said to cheers and applause drugs crime and all the violence is section eight I want to see the budget so I want to see the resources I want to see the crime statistics on section eight well they're not gonna give you any crime statistics on section eight because they want to put section eight into Baltimore county the new police chief who was only been on the job for a few weeks told the residents that a two week response would not be acceptable because one of the lady said that she complained about the crime and the drugs in the neighborhood and the police captain told her it would take two weeks to respond that's nonsense that's nonsense now all she does he made this comment this is where I really differ with the county executive in we're going to talk about this and by the way if you want to join honest conversations for ten nine two two sixty six eighty if you have another opinion or you have an opinion about you what's happening in your neighborhood it's for ten nine two two sixty six eighty but Johnny all says he said that he wants to approach these issues but he said we do do not get them treatment are you saying is he said it's a holistic approach is talking about treatment for drugs he's talking about education he's talking about social services now I don't disagree there isn't any question that social services counselling mentors nonprofits helping young people you have to have treatment for drugs there's no question about that the drug treatment system in the entire United States is broken but that is not what people are complaining about Mr county executive they're saying that your police department is not responding they're saying that your police department when they do respond they really do not do anything about it they are saying that your policy on section eight housing is increasing the crime drugs and standard of living in Baltimore county and you're not doing anything about it and they are saying the holistic approach is okay but my problem is not ten years from now when everybody's educated my problem right now is that in my neighborhood I've got drugs and I've got problems so it's a crime problem Mr county executive it's not a holistic it's a crime problem when you're in a burning house the first thing you have to do is get the people out of that house and stop that fire and you're not doing that you need zero tolerance in Baltimore county now later on the police chief and I know she's new she more or less agreed with Johnny people who have problems in their neighborhoods it's their neighbor or the person across the street or the ten people living in a house they don't want to hear about a holistic approach and they want you to be honest they want you to tell them that there is a coalition of affordable housing advocates they're taking aim at Baltimore county and Baltimore county is ground zero and the target to attack these communities they want to know the truth and they're not getting the truth and things are getting worse and you can't blow people off by telling them we need a holistic approach are telling them the drug dealers can't live in section eight housing because they are living in section eight housing they may not be the principal renter and you have to start enforcing the existing codes you don't need new codes in Baltimore county you've got to enforce the law that's there now and you're not doing it I'm Pat make them fourth of July is here a rescue natural supplements as having a blow out independence day sale use coupon code W. 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"Wave of thousands of immigrants causing rising enrollments in Baltimore County schools. We're visiting with delegate Nino Mangione. We're talking about house Bill four fifty one. That's the four section eight housing expansion Bill, and there's going to be the hearing was actually. It'll be Tuesday February the nineteenth at one PM in house office building room to fifteen today's the last day. I think you can follow Bill or introduce a Bill before it has to go through all these procedural hurdles what other bills have caught your eye delegate. That's funny. I thought it was yesterday. But I actually I actually put a Bill in the one of the bills my foot. I was just trying to reduce being business friendliness the Frank. I mean above a corporate tax deduction where I think we're a little over two percent higher than Virginia, for example. And then today's the hearing on the vinho waves, so the fifteen dollars an hour, which obviously steadfast against that. And you're looking I'm learning very very quickly down here. And we knew this, but it's not a business friendly state. A matter of fact, it's one of the complete anti-business states. And when you see we're actually putting forth consumer credit. We put a number of bills, and that or you know, these are not Republican democrat, but economics, they make economic sense. And I hopefully or colleagues across yellow Vietnam a chance, but it's unlikely I actually signed on to this, folks. A great deal. I think it's one HP one forty eight. I believe it was and it's the. Safe schools, Maryland act, which we had that just disgusting attack that took place and Loch raven we've discussed last week. Guy what eighteen years old punching the teacher on the state six or seven times the hospital. This Bill basically provides you know, training and reporting a potential bad behaviors. And in the works with the center school safety, Sean to make sure that certain we had the best opportunity to prevent school violence, and it really helps try to have the authorities in the schools intervene early before something happens. And then there's another accountability in education. We know. Sure, you've heard the the curl win stuff with all this more money. They're asking portable or what we're saying loss. And this great village. I think it's the governor put this fourth. I believe HP forty five is we just want to have accountability with already which already exists in terms of funding before we ask for more money. I mean, it doesn't have sounds pretty haven't since the midday. And then of course, the fifteen dollars an hour one that they're hearing on that today. You know, it's interesting. Pooh-poohed that he's not a said he's foreigner again at he says, we just we need. I'm paraphrasing here, we need whatever we do we need to be smart about it. So he's not opposed to hike in the minimum wage to fifteen. I can I did not hear that much. That's oh, I hope that that's not the case. Now, I said I've I saw an interview with him yesterday. He didn't come out in favour organs. He just said whatever we ended up doing, and we got to be smart about it, so Nino is there any concern along the Baltimore Baltimore County delegation about these the wave of thousands of emigrants causing rising. I have to take a look that's an interesting article because they're trying to make Baltimore Maryland, a sanctuary state again. And I you know, we just can't afford this. And every time we're asking for more money, and we're having to take on more responsibility from people we had I heard the they're actually asking Sean for scholarship on. Now, we have two delegations our ships senatorial delicate scholarships that students can apply for every year. Well, they wanna make that eligible to students here illegally. Then that's another Bill that came through our committee on top of that. There's the Maryland, I guess it's what is it that I guess it's called the dream act here where they get in state. I think they already get into. They do, you know, you know, the more more than half of these new enroll ese Nino or are they call them immigrants, but and or speak another language, but not in the not that I saw in the article. Anyway, do they break down? How many of these immigrants are illegal immigrants? I'm going to have to get that. Or is that in the sun today? Yes. Look at that. But as same four with the the dream act in Maryland are actually there are certain requirements that somebody that's here. I mean believe it or not somebody that's here legally can just in state tuition, but they wanted to get rid of those requirements. Now, they want to make it easier for them. Hard to get scholarships to our stay in state institutions. So it's a lack going on down here. And there are some things that we put forth in I signed a open carry law, which I don't think it's going to go anywhere on threads. Stand your ground law which. Families have the right to to to defend themselves and their kids, you know, in their own home, especially and I don't know if that's going to go anywhere either. But I know there was a lot of support from the Republicans with that. So there's happy to sign onto a lot of that. And I look forward to seeing that that article we just need more Republicans more conservatives, and then that's where we have to work harder. Delegate Nino Mangione. Thanks for joining us. Guys. Have a great week. I have a great weekend. Always a pleasure talk with your. Hey, it's time to player famous Cuban couples contest Valentine's Day..