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"About the bay bridge run eastbound span of the bridge closed two -way travel on the westbound span single lane each way mary to pump the wtop traffic now to seven news first alert meteorologist jordan evans little cool out there right now we'll still hit the fifties for high temperatures today with sunshine for the afternoon clouds will continue to increase tonight it gets really chilly with twenties outside of the beltway and thirties in the district so widespread frost even freezes are expected across the area by early tomorrow's a plan on a chilly morning with rebound highs up to sixty for your monday tuesday it's fifty nine wednesday back up to sixty then thursday sixty five degrees with mostly sunny skies currently forty five at the national mall forty two in falls perch gathersberg still at thirty nine degrees upper marlboro now forty one thanks so much jordan the as brought to you by dallas class for all your class mirror and showered or need to visit dallas class dot com dallas class love your class coming up on w t l p local town once residents to help them get all seat gussied up for the holidays it's nine fifty one why choose a sleep number smart bed because no two people sleep same the only the sleep number smart bed lets you each choose your individual firmness and comfort your sleep number setting the climate three sixty sixty smart bed is so smart it actively cools or warms up to thirteen degrees on either side for your ideal sleep temperature jd power now ranks sleep number number one in customer satisfaction with mattresses purchased in store and now say fifty percent on the sleep number limited addition smart bed for jd power twenty twenty three award information visit jd power dot com slash awards visit one of our sixteen washington d .c. sleep number stores or visits the number dot com
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"Got breath a a quick look at the tough stories we're working on tonight at wtop president biden with a stern message for businesses today stop price gouging former first lady rosalynn carter laying in repose of the carter library presidential keep it here for full details on these stories in the minutes ahead it's now 10 18. and traffic weather on the eights back to bob emmler and the wtop traffic center in maryland on route five northbound that earns shawl drive there is a crash police are dealing with that and it is a work zone westbound on uh... fifty between seven oh four point just beyond the beltway toward four ten single left lane is getting by eastbound lanes are open and running without delay out to the bay bridge at ninety five in the baltimore washington parkway each running without report of incident or delay to seventy is pretty quiet as well virginia has the works on on the westbound side of sixty six after the russell tunnel single left lane is getting by and also report of a crash southbound of the fairfax county parkway near lake newport road in reston on three ninety five ninety five things are running pretty well in both directions and on northbound dc two ninety five by checking on the report of a crash near pennsylvania avenue bob inlet wtlp traffic alright let's check the forecast to now seven news first alert meteorologist steve rudin temperatures will dip through the by early tomorrow morning under mainly clear skies
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"Hello! Welcome to Mutually Codependent with Adam and Jen. I'm Adam. And I'm Jen. Sorry. I need to, like, just choose the same intro every time so you don't laugh at it. No, I'm laughing at my dancing I was doing. Well, that's... weird. Welcome to the show. I'm sorry. This is Mutually Codependent with Adam and Jen, and what we do is smoke and talk. Jen's gonna tell you what we're smoking. Hey guys! Our strain of the show is monkey pie, with 24 .9 % THCA and 0 .3 % Delta 9. It is under that legal limit, we're right at it, so it's legal. Yay! This is a... They're actually... It's a pre -roll, and they're available from SyntexCBD .net or in all three of our locations. Adam is lighting up now. It is a pre -roll from a company called Hip Living. And it is mostly... It's an indica -based strain. Users report feeling very giggly, very happy, but very calm. I just dropped a bunch of embers all over myself. Are you okay? Do you need to stop, drop, and roll? Are you okay? I think I'll be alright. Sorry. Sorry. I just lit this pre -roll that I lit earlier, and then all of the paper decided to just fall off of it, still on fire. Oh, that's dangerous. This strain is a cross of cherry pie, apple pie, and grease monkey. Because why not? Yeah. It has a skunky, sweet aroma, and the main terpenes are pinene and beta carofilene. Pinene is found in pine trees and pine needles, and beta carofilene is often found in things like black pepper. Often found? Always. Always found. Not often. It's often found when you look for it. Yeah, so our story of the day is monkey pie. Because if you're not looking for it, it won't be found. Exactly. So often it's maybe correct. No, it's not as wrong. It's fine. We have a great show for you today. So we were having a conversation earlier, and we wanted to kind of just... We actually put a pin in the conversation and stopped talking about it so that we could talk about it while we were recording it. And just kind of about different perspectives as your perspective changes as you get older. And then it... I don't know. We'll see where it goes. We kind of had some things that we wanted to make sure and cover. And then... Yeah, I think we got story time too. Yeah, we have some story time. Well, it's signs you're getting older. Story time. But they're stories. They're stories of us realizing that we're older. Not as young as we once were. And everybody? That's like a requirement of life, right? Well, yeah, but there are days that you go and you're like, oh... Just existing is a sign that, oh, god damn it, me being a smartass is really bad for my karma, I guess. I just dropped my whole pre -roll and burned myself. I swear these little dolls are actually me. She keeps saying they're not. What dolls? I don't have any dolls. I don't like dolls. They terrify me. Let's talk about voodoo dolls. Do you... I don't have any voodoo dolls. I know. But they don't. That's true. Do you know that when Nana died, my grandmother, my very beloved grandmother, she was one of my favorite people to ever walk across the earth. I hold her to the highest regard of people. She was one of my favorite people in my whole life. Anyway, so, to my Nana, but she, yeah, what was I talking about? I don't know. I don't either. Nana was awesome. What did that have to do with what we were talking about? I don't know. Maybe that was part of your getting older feeling, relating more and more to her, maybe? Yeah, I guess. I don't remember. That's what happens when you smoke this monkey pie. We actually, we've been smoking for a little while before the episode. We decided to smoke while we talked about what the episode was going to be, so a lot of times we start the show sober. I don't think we did that this time. No, we didn't. We'll see how that goes. So, yeah, so we just, we had a couple things, you know, just what, what? Well, it was kind of, there's a TikTok trend going on right now. That's what it was. And it's, what is something that you've, that you don't like anymore or you hate now that you're older? But we talked about how that's super negative, so, like, how our perspectives have changed as we get older. I feel like that's a much better question, like, what kind of perspectives have changed for you? Like, what do you appreciate now compared to when you were a kid? Yeah, and the obvious things that came to my mind were, like, naps, you know, like, I never understood why all these old people always wanted to make me take a nap. I love taking a nap. Is it good? I can see that. I like to nap now. Something tells me you never had to tell Ben to take a nap. Oh, yeah, you did. Really? And then he would come out two hours later and be like, I slept, and he had colored his entire body with marker. Yeah, kind of like how he stays up all night on his Switch. Yeah, so, fun fact, people with autism actually have really strange sleep schedules and have a really hard time sleeping when people should normally be sleeping. My therapist just told me that because she asked me how my sleep's been. Well, what's the solution when you're a kid that has to go to school? Give him a gummy. Oh, to get him to adjust the... The CBD, CBG, CBN ones? Because the sleepy ones. Because I gave him one, and then the next night he was like, Mom, I'm going to need another gummy. He's 12. And he said, I slept so well last night. He said every night he had those, he actually slept all night. He gets anxious in the middle of the night and starts worrying about shit, and then is awake and he can't go back to sleep. I relate to that. Yeah, I think... When he was little, he just would go, Mom, when he would wake up. Like once he was like one, about one and a half, Mom. And then if I wouldn't answer, Mommy, Mommy, Jeffer, Jeffer, and it'd be like 2 a .m. What do you want? I want to watch ammo. No, it's bedtime. Go to sleep. It is nighttime for everybody. Elmo's in bed. It's dark out. I don't know, living in Virginia, compared to here anyway, I mean, we're much further south. I feel like it's a lot more dark out in the winter. Like you would be awake until it's dark. Okay, so you would think that, right? But I swear to you that Texas is the darkest state I've ever lived in. What do you mean? I don't know. There's a kind of darkness in Texas that they didn't have in Virginia. We had street lights. There was lights everywhere. Oh, yeah. No, we're just so spread out. I know. But I remember thinking that when I moved to Virginia at 18 years old, I remember the first night I drove by myself, I was like, it's like it's five o 'clock because there's a freaking street light like every five feet. And I'm not exaggerating. On the highways, on the bridges, even in the tunnel, being in the tunnel, the Chesapeake Bay bridge tunnel that goes under the water, that tunnel is so well lit. You know what that was? That was the light contractor that sold a guy on way too many fucking lights and made billions. Probably. They're like, well, my estimate says that we need to have approximately three meters of light, blah, blah, blah. Probably. For every mile, we need eight lamps or 80 lamps instead of 20 or I don't know how many lights per mile. Is that a thing? But it probably is. It probably is. It probably is a thing. And somebody in Virginia at the state level was like, we're going to require these. Yeah, because it's just not like the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. It's the entire fucking state. Like even in the mountains. It's weird. I wonder if the guidelines they created were based on somebody making some money. Oh, I guarantee it. He's like, oh, no, we're going to require one extra light post per half mile. And it sounds like a smart business person. Let's play some balls, son of a... You know, that kind of thing. Whatever. I liked the old 1930s style accent you did. Oh. Yeah? Yeah. It was cute. We're going to go to the fair. Like that. Yeah. I never understood why people talk like that. It was an actual dialect that was created and I don't remember what it was. And that and the kind of like that showcase announcer kind of, you know, welcome. Yeah. It was instead of having no accent, they created an accent to not mimic any accent. Yeah. I guess that's true. That's how it felt. Yeah. How it feels. How it feels. So, all right, but that was just the way everybody talked. No, they didn't talk like that. I know. Just on TV. You know, that's what it was, though. It was just like I... Your barber didn't fucking talk like that, let me tell you. No, they didn't. Because you had barbers back then. People have barbers now. No, but I mean, like, I don't know what I meant. I don't know what I meant there. It's fine. But we also had that realization that you don't really think about this. That children really get told what to do every single minute. Yeah, they do. They're only doing the things that they have permission to do. We have the opposite as adults. Yeah. We can do everything except what is in the laws telling us we can't. But we had very few options as a young child, and I do appreciate how I can pretty much do what I want, aside from the confines of society and all that economic struggle and stuff. But I can choose to do pretty much what I want, but that's based on specific laws of no. Whereas a child is just like, I guess I'll do this right now, because that's the only one thing I'm allowed to do right now. That's a big difference, and I wonder at what age do you think that that starts to change? That they start to realize that? No, that we start to actually start making decisions about our time spent. You were much younger than I think most people because you just did whatever the fuck you wanted. Who, me? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Where is Jin? She's three miles away. We just got a phone call from the church. I'm making up that story, but it's plausible. Oh, we'll get to me in a minute. yeah, So, I think as soon as you start to have free time, like this concept of free time. But free time really only meant one of five things that you could do, like you could pick up a book or you could go do this, I mean, in a structured environment like preschool or whatever. Yeah. I think about me being home with my mom when I was little. Like I definitely had a schedule that she made me go by. Like I had to get up and have breakfast. I was always the first one awake with my dad anyways, like 5 a .m., but, you know, she would wake me up and I'd be awake, I'd get dressed, we'd take Aaron to school, we'd come home if we didn't have to run to the grocery store or something. And then, you know, usually I'd watch Wizard of Oz or Gremlins, and then I would take a nap, have lunch, take a nap, and then I'd get up and I'd use... Or if I didn't watch TV, I'd go play in my room or I'd play outside. Like, I guess I had the freedom to do as I pleased in between like school time, taking Aaron to school, getting home and taking Aaron to school, and go and take and eat lunch. What age is this? Three, four. Jesus. I couldn't tell you my daily schedule as a three -year -old. What do you mean they didn't know you had autism? No. They didn't! I'm just kidding. I'm sorry if that offends anybody with autism. I'm looking back, like, how did they... I had to have that schedule. Like, there was something. There was something really wrong with her. That they should have understood that this person is different, and we should probably, you know, seek out, look for some help in this panhandle Florida town. So do you want me to talk about what I appreciate now as an adult? Yeah. Yeah, what are we doing? I really appreciate myself. So I know that kind of sounds like super conceited, but like we were just talking about, I was a weird little kid. I had a lot of imaginary friends. I had a treehouse that my dad built me where I had a swing up. You had to walk up a ladder, and I had a swing up there and a table. I would spend hours up there alone. I caught snakes as a kid and chased people with them. I would find dead animals in our... We had like an acre where our house was, and I would find dead animals sometimes and give them funerals. And I was very young doing all this stuff, four or five years old, even younger. There's no way I had that kind of freedom as a four -year -old. I had so much freedom, and I think it was because I was so different. My mom was like, I don't know what the fuck to do with her. Yeah. Well, that's fair. But I did have a schedule as a kid. I remember it very clearly that I would wake up at like 5 a .m. My dad and I would have some coffee together, and then, yes, I would drink coffee as a little kid. It was mostly milk and sugar. And then I would have... Still how she takes it. Yeah. I would have breakfast with Aaron, and then my mom and I would take them to school. We'd come home. I'd do whatever for a few hours before I had a tuna fish sandwich. I ate the same thing every day as a child for lunch. A touch of the tis of... With Cool Ranch Doritos. Still to this day, Cool Ranch Doritos. The sandwich changed. It's ham and cheese. Or bologna. I like tuna salad, though. Well, yeah, of course. With Doritos on it. And then I would take a nap. And then I would wake up, repeat, and then have dinner. I would put myself to bed at like 9, 10 months old. I learned how to crawl and get into my crib so I could put myself to bed. You were just creating some boundaries for yourself that early. You were like, yeah, no, it's bedtime. I got tired when my parents would have people over. My mom said that they would... My grandmother would... My nana would put me down, or my aunt Julie, or whoever had me, or my dad, to play. And 10 minutes later, they'd turn around, and I'd be crawling down our hallway to go to my room to try to get into my crib to go to bed, because I was done with people. Yeah, that's probably what it was. It was. You were overstimulated. Absolutely was done. And looking back on it, you were overstimulated, and you were removing yourself from the situation. I gotta go recharge my batteries. Yeah, there's a Christmas video of me in 1988, and there's a point in it where... So you're four. Yeah, my aunt comes for Christmas morning, my aunt Julie, I love her so much. She's pretty awesome. But she gives me my presents, and I loved getting stuff from aunt Julie, because she still does have fabulous style. So when I was little, even that young, I knew clothes from aunt Julie were going to be super cool. I was going to be excited to wear them. So I go to open it, and it was like a play makeup set. And I slap it in the video, and I turn to my mom, and I was like, you lied. You said this was going to be close. And that time, my uncle Jimmy, my cousin Morgan's dad, he comes over, and he says, Jenny, here's your other two presents. And it was close. Oh, God. But it was because of that change. I was expecting something, and I didn't know how to handle the change. Yeah, and most kids are just excited to get a present, but you had already thought about this present, and what it was going to be, and how it was going to work out with your other presents. Yes. We just recently started watching South Park, and I'm reminded of the episode in season one, or maybe two, one. We're still on episode one, I think. We're in season two. Oh, we are? Okay, well, Cartman's birthday party, and he chose what gifts everybody was going to give him. Was going to get him. And I wonder if Cartman is less of an asshole and more of a tism. I think he is a lot of tism. Well, I don't know if it was written that way, but - Right? That was me as a kid. I would say at church, I would ask questions like, you just said that we're supposed to love everybody. God loves everybody, but we're not supposed to like gay people. Like I had questions that doesn't... That to somebody who is years more intelligent emotionally than that adult already thought of. That's how I see it now, is I had more emotional intelligence at four and five years old than this 30 year old man teaching us. And so like, no, that's not it. And you know, I'd get in trouble and I'd have to go sit in the fucking corner because I asked an improper question. Yeah, but if Jesus loves everyone, wouldn't he love everyone? And when they say, love your neighbor, wouldn't they mean - All your neighbors. All of your neighbors? Yeah. Hate is taught. It is taught.
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"Left the 50 out to the Bay Bridge runs without delay 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway. You're doing alright as is 70. Bob Inley WTLP traffic. Now to 7 news first alert meteorologist Steve Rudin. As we head through the remainder of the evening and into the overnight mainly clear skies and cold temperatures the in 20s by early tomorrow morning. It's not going to start very windy on Tuesday, but by mid morning into the afternoon could be looking at wind gusts upwards of 30 to 35 miles per hour even stronger in mountains. the Combination of gusty winds and temperatures only in the 30s will give us wind chill factors or feels like readings in the 20s throughout the day. Wednesday morning feels like reading single digits to teens. Coldest that we've seen since February. Highs for Wednesday upper 30s to middle 40s. I'm Seven News meteorologist Steve Vurdon in the first alert weather center. 34 tonight in Manassas, 38 in Metro Center and 36 degrees right now in Frederick, MD. Money news at 10 and 40 past the hour on WTOP brought to you by PenFed. Great rates for everyone. This is a Bloomberg Money Minute. Wall Street took a breather from this month's
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"The Chesapeake Bay Bridge Kyle will start their mid -span westbounders at a stop we've got one stopped a disabled truck right lane blocked left lane not moving as they're trying to get that poor soul off the bridge you still have three lanes going eastbound if you're trying to get over to Ocean City for the big music festival but right now westbound is coming from Stevensville you're gonna be in delays in fact nothing moving right now maybe just now beginning a very slow roll westbound on the Chesapeake Bridge elsewhere in Maryland on the Capitol Beltway the outer loop ramp to go east on Route 50 the John Hansen Highway that's exit 19a with the right side blocked by the crash at last report 270 exceedingly 270 sluggish spur I should say exceedingly sluggish leaving the Capitol Beltway's inner loop heading toward Democracy Boulevard the workers over on the right side those delays stream back onto the inner loop clogging the left side if you're staying to the right to head up the hill toward Old Georgetown Road you are actually moving very well on Georgia Avenue the earlier crash was southbound through Glenmont near Randolph Road hopefully that has been taken care of by now on the Virginia Beltway doing very well no sign of any work zones in our usual spot between Georgetown Pike and the Donles Toll Road that's a that's a nice smooth ride 95 southbound we've got the work before Lorton it's blocking the right side and beyond that you've still got some dribs and drabs of congestion through Garrisonville and through Falmouth but otherwise no other delays noted on the rails right now blue and yellow metro rail service suspended
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"Website, NotASurmon .com. That's NotASurmon .com. 928, Traffic and weather on the 8th, Bob Himmler in the WTOP Traffic Center. In Maryland, the work zone expanded has now on 50 eastbound starting at 704 but moving to a point inside the Beltway near 410. Now you're getting by in just one single lane to the left on 50 getting to and beyond the Beltway. On 50 east after the Bay Bridge, nothing in your way there, and 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway, each running well between the Beltways and up and down 270, all is quiet. In fact, around the Beltway both in Maryland and Virginia, things are running pretty freely so far. On 66 westbound after the arousal tunnel work zone has set up, you're getting by single file to the left. But beyond that, all the way up to Haymarket and points west, you are in good shape. And both 395 and 95 also running well in the district on 295, 695, and 395, each running pretty freely tonight. Bob Inley, WTLP traffic. Now to 7news, first alert meteorologist, A cold
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"Bay bridge that is closed for overnight maintenance so westbound carries two -way traffic one lane for each direction of travel and for now no big delay rich hunter wtop traffic a very pleasant early morning temperatures will be starting out in the lower fifties to lower fifties comfortable humidity levels and that'll continue through the afternoon here with high temperature around eighty degrees partly under sunny skies now on friday we'll notice a little bit of a breeze out of the east northeast and cloud cover will be increasing will turn mostly cloudy temperatures will be lower to in the mid seventies across the area but the next weather maker will have our temperatures in the sixties on saturday expect a soaking rain with windy conditions beneficial rains though given the long -standing drought for some of our western and northwestern counties I'm seven news chief meteorologist Veronica Johnson of the First Alert Weather Center. We're at sixty seven in Roslyn sixty seven very good square fifty nine in Laurel we're looking at fifty seven degrees and holding in nation's our capital where the time now on WTOP is one forty. On WTOP we bring you money news at ten and forty past the hour. Here's Joe. The Fed still signals one more rate hike this year and there may be fewer cuts than expected next year. Uber joins Amazon and Instacart in accepting food stamps for Uber Eats deliveries. Bradley Beal's Bethesda mansion near Congressional Country Club is listed for ten million dollars. The Wizards traded Beal to Phoenix this summer. But that lost seventy seven points Wednesday. The S &P 500 down forty two. The NASDAQ down two oh nine. Jeff Clabel WTOP news. Overseas this morning Asian stocks remain down across the board this early hour. The Nikkei is down this morning by four hundred twenty six points this hour. The KOSPI of forty points. The Hang Seng is down by two twenty four and is the Shanghai off almost nineteen points. Good morning glad you're with us here at WTOP. Time now is one forty one. What is your healing power?
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"Fragile troops for two two more days two shootings in our region trigger security measures at a handful of local schools in one of seven teenagers hurt in a bad crash in fairfax county a week ago has now died keep it here for full details on the stories in the minutes ahead it's now seven forty eight traffic and weather on the let's check in with bob in learn the w t o p traffic center on both three ninety five and ninety five in traffic continues to move pretty well and uh... many people wrote a cardinal drive working on a crash there things are in pretty good shape on sixty six both inside and outside the beltway and around the beltway all is quiet both in maryland and in virginia no incidents or delays to report and in maryland things are running well up -and -down two seventy along ninety five in the baltimore washington parkway as well as on fifty out of the bay bridge and beyond bob in with w g l p traffic are let's check the forecast out of seven news first alert meteorologist a meteorologist steven temperatures will dip through the thirties eventually the twenties by early
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"But the news you care about most is what happens around Washington. We have more reporters covering more local stories live every day. WTOP News. Traffic and weather on the 8th to Ian Crawford in the Mississippi Traffic Center. All in all, a pretty smooth ride right now, Stephanie, though don't let that lull you into a false sense of security. We still some have less than sure footing a lot of the roadways as the rain continues to overspread, especially to the south and east along the Capitol Beltway. Everything else, though, is in pretty good working order on the Beltway itself. No reported delays Maryland in or Virginia. To Virginia we go. 95 southbound. We had one stopped on the ramp to Garrisonville Road. Exit 43. That ramp was open and unclear whether that disabled vehicle is even still there. What is most certainly there is the crash activity southbound 95 in the through lanes right before the Rappahannock Bridge. River Now we've got some flares over on the left side blocking that left lane, but still staying center cut to get past the crash activity in the through lanes southbound 95 approaching the Rappahannock River Bridge. Local lanes are unaffected as you try to make those ramps for Falmouth and for Fredericksburg. 66 between Market and the Roslyn Tunnel. Roslyn Tunnel he tried to say through rented lips. No reported issues there. In Maryland still with the blockage outbound Suitland Parkway at Forestville Road. Wouldn't be surprised to find this is an investigation. Now lanes blocked remain and the diversion is at Forestville Road. Take that south to access the beltway. 95 BW Parkway running without delay. 50 between the Bay Bridge and the Beltway. Uneventful for the moment. Ian Crawford WTOP traffic. Now to Seven News First Alert meteorologist Mark Pena. Showers coming to an end but we're seeing some patchy areas of fog developing across the region. Temperature is a little cool too thanks to the rain and clouds
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"Back with us 2, 3, 4 times a day. It's 738. Traffic and weather on the 8th. Here's Bob from the WTOP Traffic Center. The Monday rush hour is pretty much in the books. Northbound traffic on North Capitol Street has been quite heavy and slow getting past this crash near R Street. I believe that continues to be the case. may They have made some progress here because the delay is a bit less than it was a while ago. But northbound 395. You still have the broken down truck crowding the right lane before the third street tunnel. Around the Beltway all is and in Virginia. In Virginia 395 and 95 each running without delay. And all's quiet on both ways. Maryland 270 in great shape both directions moving quite well on both 95 of the Baltimore and Washington Parkway as well as on 50 out to the Bay Bridge. Bob Inler WTLP traffic. Alright now to Seven News First Alert Meteorologist Steve In the 20s to lower 30s under mainly clear skies
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"The bay bridge two -way traffic across the bay bridge with no delays one eight six six three oh four w -t -o -p is a traffic tip line i'm carlos ramirez w -t -o -p traffic and let's go to seven news first alert meteorologist mark pena temperatures late last week uh reminded us that fall is right around the corner but the forecast is going to remind us that we are still very much in summer we've got a very nice start to your day out there temperatures are in the upper day though sunshine comes out and we're looking at a very hot sunday temperatures will warm into the lower 90s and for labor day monday it actually gets hotter across the dmv high pressure will build overhead and that will lead to air temperatures for monday tuesday and even into wednesday in the upper 90s and when you factor in the humidity it'll feel feel closer to 100 degrees so make sure you're staying hydrated take your heat precautions take plenty of breaks in the shade and apply and reapply that sunscreen i'm seven news meteorologist marpena and the first alert weather center right now it is 65 and for belvoir seventy -two in fairfax seventy -two downtown on the national mall and it's cloudy and seventy degrees outside the w t o p studios brought to you by mervis diamond importers mervis means diamonds for the best quality and value nobody beats mervis diamonds is that mervis diamond dot com coming on up w t o p parrot heads in the dmv are mourning the passing of jimmy buffett who loved performing in our yeah it is two fifty one if your face face will surely show it if you're happy and you know it's not big again right shrine hospitals for children is able to make an everyday miracle happen for
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"Isn't it time wtop got along at 10 38 we've got traffic and weather on the 8th and when it breaks Rita Kessler watching the roads from the traffic center we have still no change on southbound 270 after 109 near the way station the lanes remain blocked all traffic stopped for the wreck with a vehicle that went off the roadway delays aren't as quite far as Urbana yet they are after Urbana headed to the scene you'll also find on 270 southbound there was a delay approaching and passing 121 that may be a work crew taking the left westbound side 50 on the Bay Bridge the left lane of three is blocked with the work eastbound both of your lanes are open southbound 95 before route 100 the truck crashes moved over to the right shoulder still seeing some lingering volume there but you will find the lanes open now the northbound 270 spur after democracy Boulevard today the truck is set up in the left lane 121 Clarksburg Road near 117 Barnesville Road you were under police direction there was a tractor trailer stuck underneath the railroad bridge both directions of the Beltway are slow to to a point between Georgetown Pike and the Dulles toll road the work should be there taking the right lane both ways interloop delays out out of Tysons of and off of the toll road the outer loop delay is after River Road southbound DC 295 delays Eastern from Avenue to Benning Road that should be work taking a lane while in Virginia 395 southbound after the George Washington Parkway there was a broken down vehicle in the left center lane Honda set in summer motion with the most fun to drive Honda vehicles yet buy online reserve from select dealers or visit your local Honda dealer today I'm Rita Kessler WTOP traffic 7 News First Alert forecast from Eileen Whalen refreshing to round out the month of August highs today around 80 degrees becoming mostly sunny with
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"Start with the Bay Bridge. We've been telling you about it for a while. You've got about a six mile delay on the eastbound side. Folks trying to reach the beach, you're going to have some slowing to get there on the westbound side. No reported problems, so you should be good if you're making your way back around the Capitol Beltway. You've got some slowing in the Tysons area, some just volume delays as you make your way around. No major concerns there on 95 through Virginia. Your slowing starts at Lorton, heavy across the Occoquan. You're heavy actually Woodbridge, Dale City, through down to Triangles when you're going to get your first spot where you're getting actually back up to speed. Slows again right before Aquia Harbor. On the northbound side, just some amount of delays through Triangle. 66, there were some earlier concerns in the Gainesville area. You still may see some slowing around that spot. Outside of that, no major concerns. 270 in good shape as well. take Let's a look in the district. Canal Road in the area of Reservoir Road. Report of flashing traffic lights. That appears to still be the case. Also Massachusetts Avenue, both ways at G Street. police Got some activity. You're going to be directed around that spot. An earlier crash, Wisconsin Avenue, Tinley Circle, that should be out of the roadway at this point as well. And Laurel. On the side, Maryland Route 1 northbound, Whiskey Bottom Road. A report of a crash there. A girl in Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor and elder in Guatemala dreams of being part of a community. Reach out and change their world and it could change your own at Unbound .org. Ralph Fox, WTOP traffic. The 7 News First Alert meteorologist Jordan Evans. We're gearing up for the next 36 hours to be on the active side with
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"Annapolis and the Bay Bridge in the district on 295 395 you are good to go on each Bob Inler WTO p traffic and now we're going to Mike Stannenford he is WTO p roach there's a severe thunderstorm watching effect until 10 o 'clock we're gonna see why they scattered thunderstorms over the next several hours some of these storms may be severe they'll taper off and in before midnight overnight partly to mostly cloudy mellows upper 60s to mid 70s partly cloudy skies slight chance for thunderstorm on the 4th of July tomorrow but we'll see poor fairly air quality look for a high in the low 90s for Wednesday Thursday and Friday with lots of heat lots of humidity with a few after thunderstorms each day and highs will be in the low to mid 90s Mike Stannenford WTO p news well let's a take look at where the rest of the storms are even with that official thunderstorm watch expiring now we still have some very heavy rain and high winds through most of Fairfax County especially the western and central parts Fairfax of County Centerville Chantilly Oak Hill and Oakton Fairfax City Reston and then up into Potomac in Montgomery County all getting some of the heaviest rain tonight and this system is continuing to push west our area to east in across Gaithersburg and Wheaton and points east into Howard County steady rain but it's lighter than what is hitting Fairfax County which is still quite intense that Fairfax County storm now pushing over 495 and the 270 spur and soon to affect many areas inside the beltway the close -in suburbs in Virginia and Maryland and much of DC itself as the system pushes west Georgetown at 80 Buie 75 Leesburg 72 and some parts of our area could be all the way down into the upper 60s overnight but not exactly cooling off here even rains that have come through its money news at 10 and 40 past the hour brought to you by great rates for everyone this is a Bloomberg money minute Rivian is finally getting its act
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"Toward the bay bridge leaving route 2 Ritchie highway toward the eastbound span two -way operations still on the bay bridge giving you three lanes east and two lanes in the westbound direction on the beltway in Maryland no problems through Montgomery and Prince Georges County anything you have is just volume course outbound 270 spur past democracy Boulevard that crash was in the left lane it should now be clear and a loop slowdowns in Virginia leaving Tysons headed toward McLean and across the American Legion Bridge westbound I -66 as you head toward 123 that's where your biggest delays are traveling I -95 southbound on the brakes as you head toward Garrisonville the crash southbound between Marine Corps base Quantico and Garrisonville Road blocks the right lane we do see it in Cameron's at mile marker 145 point northbound six I -95 off and on the brakes in separate stretches between Stafford and the Springfield interchange went to travel lanes are open and available there and no problems on I -395 as you go up to and across the 14th Street bridge northbound on I -295 as you head toward 50 New York Avenue that's where we had the crash there blocking the left lane hopefully that'll be wrapped up and gone pretty soon. traffic This report is brought to you by the Virginia Department of Health reminding parents that planning now for checkups can back to school rush. Details at VDH .virginia .gov. Rob Stallworth, GOP traffic. Now over to Seven News First Alert meteorologist Jordan Evans. Still tracking shower and thunderstorm chances that will increase after 5 p .m. and a line of thunderstorms could move through the city around
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"The Bay Bridge. Broken down vehicle on the westbound span was cleared and those delays are still with us from across Kent Island to the westbound span three lanes east two lanes west across the bay at the moment and that could change so stay tuned. Watch out traveling through C Pleasant along eastbound route 704 near Hill Road caller says someone lost an axle on his vehicle and a tow truck got there and made matters worse and they're on the right side the of roadway waiting for help both of them be careful stay to the left to get by. BW Parkway you're doing fine I 95 even better 270 head volume up and down south through better high inch town in Clarksburg mainly on the southbound side. Beltways back to a good issue free drive delays are still there along certain stretches volume but only only briefly out with of loop from the spur to the Legion interloop Virginia side from Tysons to the Legion and interloop from 202 to Central Avenue crash is cleared last hour sent over to Virginia 66 East after Bull Run had police actually on the right side drawing lots of attention still delays were from business 34 I 95 had a crash north after the route 630 Stafford exit the had two left lanes getting by actually was one broken down and still crash cleanup through the district northeast on southbound DC 295 it's near Burroughs Avenue at last check was in the right lane still Rick McClure WTOP traffic Rick Rick thank you to ABC 7's Mark Pena. Mark you know what this weather is good for honeydew lists for fathers is on Father's Day yeah you know I couldn't agree more this weather is perfect
"bay bridges" Discussed on WTOP
"Chesapeake Bay Bridge, about a mile back up, leading to Sandy 500.2 lanes are open eastbound three westbound Steve Dresner. W T o P. Traffic now to storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts. This body showers working their way across the area. Most of the time, they're going to be on the light side. But we could see some steady rain working its way across the area at some points during the afternoon, especially during this evening and into the overnight But there's gonna be plenty of dry time. Lots of clouds around. I'm not concerned about flooding will maybe get up to about 3/10 of an inch of rain and this anyone spot otherwise upper seventies Today, tomorrow we dry out after about eight a.m. and then temperatures tomorrow low to mid eighties with plenty of sun plenty of sun on Tuesday with temperatures in the mid eighties Something for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts. Right now we are seeing those spotty, very light showers moving through the area said stuff that you probably don't need an umbrella for, but it's moving through much of the area. The majority of it right now remains. It looks like west of I 95 at 79 degrees in Annandale, 77 College Park and 75 degrees and all day right now at 2 30 a w T o p. This is w t o p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather. Always connected and constantly updated in your car at home at work and on the go. W T O p. Never miss a moment. Good afternoon to you. I'm Mike Murillo and a gavel is our producer coming up after the remnants of IDA cause flooding in the Northeast, the cleanup gets underway. Governor Larry Hogan speaks about the challenges in getting the rest of the state's residents vaccinated. I'm a Catia gene also coming up. We continue to look back at the life and legacy of Alexandria native and former.
Harrison, Marte Lead Oakland Offense, A's Top Giants 4-1
"The ace take game one of the bay bridge series beating the giants for one James Curley and pitched five innings giving up only three hits and a run for the win Josh Harrison hit a two run single in the fourth the ace added an RBI double from starling Marte and the seventh Martinez stole third and scored after an errant pickoff throw the giants Alex wood took the loss allowing two runs in five innings Mike you stress the Homer but the giants left seven men on base Riley on Oakland
"bay bridges" Discussed on Bay Curious
"Game when i say bay bridge rush hour. Wouldn't you say frustration anxiety. Regret that. I didn't take part. Doom gloom and misery. You start to see whether cars are flying pastor. There's already traffic building up. It's either hope or horrible disappointment stopping in going and stopping and going all that goes through your mind. Is i am trapped with cars on every side of me and the last time i saw a video of this baby is it was collapsing in an earthquake. Paralyzing terror it's been a while since some of us have experienced the type of rush hour traffic that was normal pre pandemic but traffic is getting bad again and when the car is start to pile up those metering lights an old idea often resurfaces build another bay bridge. As soon as the bay bridge was completed in the nineteen thirties. People wanted a second bridge even back then. Traffic was terrible. Did you know the great american architect. Frank lloyd. Wright designed a bridge across the san francisco. Bay duncan keith of san jose did he studied in school. It would have been brilliant. And i think it would have been very influential and possibly change. The course of how other bridges subsequent to it would have been designed but rights vision for that. Second bridge never materialized. Dunkin wants to know why not today on the show. We're bringing you an episode that first aired in january of two thousand eighteen when even senator dianne feinstein was talking about a second bay bridge. I'm katrina schwartz. And you're listening to bay. Curious support for bay curious comes from sierra. Nevada brewing company family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of independent thought. Whether that's online over the air or in a bottle more at sierra nevada dot com cake you at silicon valley senior editor. Rachel myrow takes us back to the bridge. That never was frank lloyd. Wright loved the bay area. But you wouldn't know it because there just aren't a lot of his buildings around here seven or eight depending on how you count them including the houses. That's paul turner a professor emeritus in architectural history at stanford. He's the author of frank. Lloyd wright and san francisco a book. That's as much about the projects that didn't get built as the ones that did frank. Lloyd wright actually designed close to thirty projects for the bay area and they include some of his most unusual and then really amazing of buildings for example. His first skyscraper was designed for market street in san francisco. But right never got the commission. I san francisco skyscraper just as he never got a commission to design another bay bridge in the late nineteen forties. Right was competing for projects all across the country. A bay area engineer and fan of rights suggested he throw his hat in the ring for proposed second bay bridge. If there was some project that he found interesting he would do the design and then just hope it would get bill and he could promoted. You'd hoping we'll get that was in nineteen forty nine and right would spend the rest of his life the last decade trying to win over decision makers in california because he fell in love with his own proposal which he called the butterfly bridge the structure had the form of the action wings of a butterfly in reinforced concrete news. It's beautiful sculptural form when you look at the drawings that he did. I can't say. I see the butterfly in the butterfly bridge. I say well this is a family program. Okay from overhead. It looks like a giant lady. Parts suspended in the center of two concrete strings. Of course you can't sell a branch calling it. That or can you. Let's all visualized together that. We're watching promotional drone footage. We lift off from the san francisco end of the bridge at the terminus of army street now. Cesar chavez long curved concrete arms stretch across the water towards oakland carrying six lanes of traffic and two pedestrian walkways two arches that the roadways for the bridge separated the center and supported a hanging garden. People driving across the bridge could pull off into this landscape park and enjoy the views of from hypol- kind of crazy idea. That traffic going across the bay would stop. And there'd be enough room for parking and but that was the idea but right couldn't get the state to adopt the plan. The engineers in sacramento. We're able to say well. It's just not worked out in enough detail. We don't think it's gonna work it's too radical and very much but no thanks exactly and of course no bridge was was was built at all they ultimately they decided it wasn't necessary because a few years later people started talking about barred under the bay and so that became the solution to this traffic. Right call that idea suicidal which will turns out to be. An overstatement is the transbay tube is still going strong after more than forty years. But even as he neared the end of his life right never stopped trying to sell his bridge here. He is in his mid eighties making a pitch on k. Picks tv nine thousand nine hundred fifty three like construction on. It also seems to undulate doesn't as as well the water and reflection is needed to complete video of the ridge in the end right died and with it serious thoughts of doing something with his plans especially after the new expanded san mateo bridge opened in nineteen sixty seven every now and then for if people talk about an extra pasha bridge now stories in which bay bridge still captivates the imagination of of the public because it is so beautiful. That story was from k. Q. e. d. silicon valley senior editor. Rachael myrow so what does our question. Asker duncan keith of san jose. What does he think. Should we resurrect frank lloyd. Wright's butterfly bridge. As much as i would like to see this bridge have been built. That was for a different time. These days we're gonna make any investment it ought to be in transportation and getting trains across the bay not cars. We have enough cars already and you know throwing more cars across the bay just going to make the traffic situation on the peninsula and san francisco wars. You can check out photos of rights plans for yourself at bay curious dot org and hey while you're there be sure to cast a ballot and our latest voting round or send us a question. You've wondering about this. Show runs your curiosity bay. Curious is produced by susie rancho brennan willard and meek trina schwartz. Our show is a production of member supported. Achey in san francisco next week. Hello hello hello. My name is doris harsh. And i'm the host of right. Now we got something for you a new series highlighting how wheels community in culture come together in this very unique way here in the bay. California is car country. Everyone knows that. In addition to cars this part of the world is home to bikers skateboarders folks in wheelchairs if it goes around and get you there. It's on the table. Follow the right now. Is podcast to listen to that besides..
"bay bridges" Discussed on WTOP
"50 to and from the Bay Bridge, looking pretty good right now, with no reported issues traveling, eastbound or westbound across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. I'm Rob Stallworth, w T o P traffic and Storm Team four's Lauren Ricketts has more on the weird weather. We're having not just the rain, but these cool temperatures for this time of year. Definitely cool, pretty strong cold from Monday standards slip through the area. For nine now south of Richmond. Right now, that's bringing a little bit of a breeze that was bringing the rain. An area of low pressure is gonna track along as it stalls South or North Carolina. Eventually, that low pressure will head off the coast and then up the coast towards the Delmarva Peninsula. Tomorrow s so In the meantime, most of dynamics are going to stay for the 95 corridor and points to the east for the heaviest rain, But we're gonna keep a chance for occasional showers. Just given the cloud cover, given this moist flow that we have coming in from the North and So again, we'll keep some occasional showers here and there could be having steady at times, especially if you're reasonable. Ridge Mountains chili. Cloudy, breezy temperatures in the fifties and dropping today over and I will keep some wind around will keep some showers around and then we'll have some showers around tomorrow. Temperatures in the mid fifties tomorrow and again so breezy But your memorial day looks beautiful, low to mid seventies. Lots of sunshine for your Monday by Tuesday temperatures in the upper seventies with the mix of sun and clouds, some rain chances returned by Wednesday afternoon. And 54 right now in Washington, Baltimore and 52 minutes is 53 Frederick. It 54 Okay. Lauren 10 52. You may soon be paying a bit more for stamps. The U. S Postal.
Beachgoer finds body of man whose truck plunged off bridge
"Off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge town on December was found Friday. Relatives say Eric Mesic's body was discovered on a beach in North Carolina. I'm Joe chief. Fuck stick.
"bay bridges" Discussed on WTOP
"Up in the Bay Bridge. So far, no warnings or restrictions posted and no delays on route 50 eastbound and westbound across the bay. Dave Don't nine w t o P. Traffic. Amelia Draper of the Clouds are clearing. We have a watercolor to sky. But boy, I guess. By the time Wednesday night into Thursday morning rolls around, it will not be sunny. It's we're looking at clouds moving back in later in the day tomorrow and then a winter storm impacts the area Thursday on into Thursday night exiting early Friday morning. Now the clearing of the skies tonight means a cold night across the region. Upper teens to mid twenties, breezy winds out there right now will subside overnight heist tomorrow on Lee in the thirties, But we do have nice sunshine around throughout the day, so it will be more pleasant sitting inside looking out tomorrow, then today now on Thursday Wintering mix mainly of snow and sleet impacts the region during the morning hours, changing to snow, sleet and freezing rain for the afternoon and evening hours ending early Friday morning, right now in these totals could go up. Washington wanted two inches, the suburbs north and west of Washington, 2 to 6 inches. So this includes areas even around the top of the Beltway and back into parts of Fairfax County and then up around the Maryland Pennsylvania border. Back around 91 6 to 10 inches of No. And then on top of all those snowfall accumulations were talking about ice. The lower snowfall totals in your area of the more ice will be sink, so you'll also want to be prepared for the potential of power outages on Thursday, with highs in the upper twenties to low thirties on Friday, well has some sunshine. Developing, with temperatures Friday, warming to near 40 degrees thirties for high temperatures on Saturday. We warmed to around 40 on Sunday. Currently across the region right now, Warrenton coming in at 43 37 on the 40 in college Park, and we are sitting at 40 in northwest D. C. Brought to you by Lend the Plumber trusted. Same day service. Seven days a week. 5 21. Things were feeling a little more normal today for thousands of students around the region.
"bay bridges" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Issues on the Bay Bridge or at the Toll plaza. You're finally all clear in Oakland, 5 80 west that the spin out has finally been completely cleared out of the right lane before High Street. I'm trying Chase for KQED, and I'm Dave Freeman with a perspective now on KQED. Good morning. It's a 43 where walking in a world of the scene and the young scene of paradox and contradiction. With more this morning. Here is Paul Staley these past months have felt like an exploration of the relationship between the invisible in the visible and navigation from the unseen to the scene. There have been paradoxes in the midst of this. Millions of us disappeared from view as we sheltered in place. But then, as pedestrians and shoppers, we have never been more aware of each other's presence. We managed to disappear and you become acutely visible at the same time, and those of us who have had the time to walk around our neighborhoods rather than just drive through them have come to appreciate how much familiarity can obscure the world around us. We have realized that things can become invisible, not because we can't see them, but precisely because we see them too often. We also know that things that don't exist are by definition invisible. But the absence of something still leaves a mark. We have no universal health care in this country, and we could see the evidence of that every day in this statistical record of caseloads and deaths. At the same time. Many of our fellow citizens believe that they have seen things that aren't there. These are the conspiracy theorist to create a web of connections and then try to convince others that they have detected something Others cannot see. We have been sorted out between those who can work invisibly from the safety of home and those whose jobs compel them to go out into the world visible and vulnerable. Furthermore, in a segregated society, the lives of people who circumstances are different than your own, have always been hard to see. Now, those on the privilege side of that divide have receded even further from view. In the end. Oh, nothing new has been revealed All these deaths, the ones with names and faces as well as those that are only numbers to us have exposed things that were always there. Above all else. We have learned that things could be invisible simply because we refused to look at them with a perspective this Paul Staley Paul stay. Lay lives in San Francisco share your thoughts on his commentary online. Any time you wish should kick you we d dot org's slash perspectives. Support for perspectives comes from.
"bay bridges" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Bay Bridge. Still just backed up to the overpass is a little before that, not quite the maze metering lights on, but no problems on the span. Joe McConnell for cake. You body and traffic support on Wednesday morning comes from good eggs senators sitting in a room where they were attacked. On January, 6th watched a video of that attack. The impeachment trial is underway and you can join us for Day two from NPR News. It starts at nine o'clock this morning Live coverage hosted this morning by NPR's Scott Simon and Susan Davis also joining the Coverage today. White House correspondents Aisha Roscoe and Tamara Keith, Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson, senior Washington editor and correspondent Ron Elving and legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg. Nine o'clock this morning. It begins for a second day. We expect coverage throughout today on members supported KQED Public Radio 88.5 FM in San Francisco and 89.3 FM in Sacramento. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer and I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. There is a reckoning a foot in the U. S. Military President Biden is expected to visit the Pentagon today just as Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has ordered a massive review of extremism within the force. Austin has called for a so called stand down a pause in operations in order to understand the scope of the problem of extremism, which is more urgent after it was revealed that veterans were part of the January 6th attack on U. S Capitol. NPR's Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman is with us this morning. Hi, Tom. Hey, Rachel. So there's going to be the stand down within the next 60 days. What exactly does Secretary Austin hope to accomplish here? He wants a couple of things. First of all, Let's get an idea of the scope of the problem and then ways to deal with it. So Secretary Austin ordered military leaders to spend one training day discussing with the troops the importance of their oath of office to support and defend the constitution. To be aware of any unacceptable behavior, such as advocating violence or actor participation and hater. Supremacist groups also ways to report suspected behavior. One of this, of course, again was driven by the participation of veterans in that capital insurrection and NPR analysis found that it's some 15% of those under investigation by the FBI were former military Rachel. I was at the Capitol during the riot and talked to a few of veterans, including a member of the proud boys. They're labeled an extremist group by the FBI in this guy told me that he served two tours in Iraq with the 82nd Airborne Division. So again, a number of veterans here well So you said Part of this big part of it is understanding scope of the problem of extremism within the U. S military. How exactly can they measure that? Well, Do you get statistics? First of all in Austin himself acknowledged. It's a problem getting those statistics now top military leaders of trying to get numbers about extremism. How many were kicked out of the military? How many recruits I've turned away? For extremist ties, and it's proving to be difficult. So far. All I've been able together is a few statistics. The Marine Corps told me that in the last three years they found 16 cases of substantiated extremist behavior. Mostly postings on social media, but no sense at this point, whether any were kicked out. Also, the FBI told the Pentagon that last year they'd opened about 143 investigations. Involving mostly former military members. And of that about half had to do with domestic extremism. And that's about all we know so far. So, Tom, How did they distinguish extremism for from political ideology? Or maybe in this case, it's one of the same. I mean, we all know President Trump retweeted conspiracy theories and was consistently Evasive, Shall we say in condemning hate groups and the writers that storm the capital that day did so in his name, right? This could be difficult in some conservative commentators have questioned all this is maybe being anti Trump. Pentagon officials say this is not about who you voted for, or your political beliefs. It's how you act on certain beliefs. Do you advocate extremist views or call for violence? But there is some difficult political and free speech issues here. Right now, You cannot be an active member in something like that far right wing group, the proud boys, but the current regulations allow just membership. Here's Pentagon Press secretary John Kirby. Membership is not considered inconsistent with service in the military, and it really is really about What you do with that membership. I'm not going to be predictive one way or the other about where this discussion is going. But I think membership in these groups is certainly something that I would expect for them to look at. So you can see how the wrestling with this Rachel and there are other issues, for example, let's say soldier wears a T shirt saying reading Stop to steal. You could argue that soldier says the election was a fraud and therefore his commander in chief is illegitimate. That could be illegal under military law, which prohibits contempt toward officials a lot to sort out. Yeah, indeed. NPR Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman. Thank you for this. You're welcome, Rachel. The rollout of Corona virus vaccines offers a light at the end of the tunnel. But this pandemic is far from over. In many places. Testing for the Corona virus is still a problem even for a central workers in sectors like agriculture and be packing. Side effects. Public media's Kristine Herman has been looking into this problem and what might help Illinois is a top producer of corn and soybeans, with more than 20 million acres devoted to just those two crops to make it all happen. The state relies on about 20,000 farm workers, some who traveled here for seasonal work. And others who call Illinois home and the Corona virus has battered their communities, particularly hard. 35 year old Sad III has lived in central Illinois for more than a decade. Because she's undocumented, she asked. We not use her last name, then. Dramas. Juanito. Sorry, says Being a farm worker is the most beautiful thing. But she hasn't been in the fields lately because she's been focused on getting three kids through virtual schooling. A few months ago Saturday, he thought she might have been exposed and wanted to get a Corona virus test. The nearest testing site was in the next town over, but there's no public transportation and she doesn't have a car, but make it better. You don't got a lot of quality that government sorry, says she borrowed a car from a friend and got her test, which was negative. But she thinks the transportation issue probably prevents other agricultural workers from getting tested. And the need has been great. Large outbreaks linked to farms and meat plants have resulted in thousands of U. S workers falling sick and at least several 100 deaths. In the town of Rantoul, the virus race through a meat plant and a hotel that houses migrant farm workers. Ran tool is not far from urban, a champagne where the University of Illinois built its own robust testing program on campus. That contrast bothered anthropology Professor Gilbert to Rosa's..
"bay bridges" Discussed on WTOP
"Out of the Bay Bridge. The right lane is blocked. You've got one left lane getting by no word yet still have three lanes westbound, So no two way preparation yet Jack Taylor w T o p traffic. Storm Team four's Lauren Records. We're looking at some bright sunshine this morning. It's a beautiful isn't it And we're going to continue to see this all throughout the day, with temperatures rising into the mid to upper forties, so little warmer than yesterday with all that sunshine. Now as we continue into the overnight another chilly night, once again, with clear skies will fall into the twenties. It'll be a chilly start on Wednesday, but once again, we get plenty of sunshine Temperatures tomorrow around 50 when the low fifties on Thursday some clouds Thursday morning, but sunshine Thursday afternoon Low fifties on Friday. More clouds around is a frontal system approaches. The area could have some rain showers late on Friday, and even into Saturday a few rain showers. They could turn into a little bit of light snow shower activity on Saturday morning before it scoots out here by the mid morning on Saturday. We return to sunshine by Saturday afternoon. We're not expecting any accumulation with any of that snow, but again mid forties on Saturday, a low forties on Sunday Sunday absolutely gorgeous temperatures. Now we're up to 31 here in Washington German town coming in at 21 Warrenton still at 19 degrees and buoy at 26. It's 33 in the sunshine here outside of our studios at 8 51. We are learning and approved. Covert vaccine for young Children may be at least a year away. Attorneys vaccine has been authorized by the Food and Drug Administration for People 18.
Box truck goes over Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel rail, Coast Guard suspends search for person possibly in water
"Box truck drove through the guard rails on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel earlier today and went over the side into the bay. The Coast Guard and firefighters have been searching the cold water for the driver, Wavy TV and Norfolk says it happened near Virginia's Eastern shore about a 20. If you've ever taken this bridge, it's almost 18 miles long, two tunnels for shipping traffic and it connects the Eastern shore with Virginia Beach. This wasn't the first card to go over the side. Last year, a tractor trailer driver died of hypothermia. After his truck went into the water.
Man facing 27 charges after viral video shows him doing burnouts and doughnuts on Maryland bridge, Washington DC-area
"Ah viral video leads to more than two dozen charges against a driver in Maryland, Virginia man facing 27 criminal charges and traffic violations for allegedly doing burnouts and doughnuts on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Fellow driver capturing footage of a Nissan sports cars. And kicking up smoke the clip going viral Maryland Transportation Authority officers identifying 22 year old Gary Ray Montague Jr of Dumb Freeze Virginia. As the driver. Officials say he's facing four counts of disorderly conduct and 23 traffic violations, which include reckless driving and willfully damaging a highway. Kristen Goodwin Fox
The Suitcase Murder
"My name is Meghan Sacks criminologist at Fairleigh Dickinson University. In simplest terms criminology is the scientific study of what causes crime and how the criminal justice system. Response. To crime. Ridden about twenty, five true crime books over the years and I think many maguire is perhaps one of the most interesting ones and baffling. This is Melanie. McGuire arrested today minutes after dropping offer children in daycare. Melanie, McGuire a New Jersey nurse was accused of killing her husband cutting up his body and throwing it into the Chesapeake Bay. In two thousand, seven, what was being called? The suitcase murder trial was generating an enormous amount of media attention, not just in New Jersey, but all across the country three bazaar discoveries, three separate suitcases, all containing human remains the woman who is on trial for her very life. She says the real truth behind the crime has never been revealed with no history of violence and no apparent motive for murder. Could she really have done it? She was this beautiful young nurse and they were the seemingly normal middle class couple and the murder happened in such a grisly way. The idea that this beautiful nurse could have actually killed her husband and then cut him up is just incredible. Of course, they were salacious aspects. Maguire is a nurse and prosecutors say she had an affair with a doctor. She didn't fit the profile I. Guess of a murderer over the years and colleagues of ours have come to me and said, you know Melanie McGuire proclaims her innocence and to tell her story I started thinking Oh maybe there is a little more to this case than what you see on the surface and then the idea podcast came up and I was all in on direct appeal examined the murder conviction of Melanie, McGuire him following a highly publicized trial looking at the evidence that was presented and the evidence that may have seemed insignificant at the time before own conclusion about Melanie's guilt. We hear at ABC have our own history with the Melanie. McGuire case back in two thousand, seven ABC's Cynthia McFadden had the first on camera interview at the mother of two on trial for murdering her husband. Who was the Melanie? McGuire you hope to jury. knows. The one who tried to take care of everybody. Who didn't make the smartest decisions but admitted to those mistakes? To the people she trusted most. But. Did Not admit what what she's acute stuff. I have been incarcerated for twelve and a half going on thirteen years now. Do. You still insist that you're innocent. Absolutely. You're sitting here. A wrongfully convicted person. Correct. Absolutely and what have those years spend like? I tell people. It's not as bad as you think in some ways and it's so much worse than I could ever articulate in others. After all these years I. Still feel her I still feel bothered. I still feel like how could somebody think? That I did that. This whole saga begins on May. Fifth two thousand four with an odd discovery in Virginia Beach. Early morning a couple of fishermen and the kids are out on a boat by the Chesapeake Bay. Me and my friend Don Connors was going to go out fishing and we both had days off D. or Don. We Call Them D. said, keep his kids out of school. We're GONNA take him fishing. Everybody was excited. We went right out this bridge here. and to keep on going you run right in the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. In the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel is seventeen and a half miles long. It really is quite astonishing. It connects the eastern shore of Virginia to Virginia Beach has two tunnels, two shipping channels, and then once you get on the other side, you go North into Maryland Delaware New Jersey.
Deadly crash causes delays on Baltimore-Washington Parkway
"Both Maryland and Virginia but also the ramp to comes from both directions of the Baltimore Washington parkway on a one ninety five police for with the crash and that is still causing some delays coming off the parkway both ways to go toward B. W. why Marshall airport on ninety five things are running without delay between the bill wise and no incidents or delays on fifty heading out to Annapolis in the bay bridge to seventy that is pretty quiet in both directions in Virginia three ninety five from the fourteenth street bridge to the beltway in ninety five as far south as Fredericksburg running without delay and sixty six in great shape in both directions and in the district along the freeway between the
Flood watch canceled for DC area as rain continues
"Traffic I never order in our storm team four forty four cast including some severe weather this morning man of the theme is but wait there's more it was the warning is now for our southern Maryland listeners most of St Mary's county and the southern half of Calvert county you will have the latest severe thunderstorm warning in effect until nine fifteen in particular near Avenue and letter town and they can next bill towards St letter to towards the Bayshore all the way down to about Lexington park and just to the north of Saint Mary's city if you're within that area you have this a new severe thunderstorm warning until nine fifteen a very heavy rainfall maybe some small hail but the most important the damaging wind gusts of a good sixty miles per hour and of course this line has been marching across listening area has a lot of history of with the wind damage a today otherwise the morning that was in effect for prince George's county has now been dropped just a few minutes early if it's now moved out of prince George's county no warning get for in a rental county but none the less on fifty three oh one some very heavy rain gear Crofton and also in your bill we just to the north were bearing down on Davidsonville rather and its racing towards the bay bridge should be reaching the bay bridge itself by about nine ten about nine fifteen this morning this line goes all the way up over Baltimore and of course down towards the nice bridge again if you were a long and west of I ninety five including the capital beltway now you were clear of the severe weather threat you're just getting some lingering rain showers and the falling temperatures is a pretty strong cold front other got rid of the dense fog this morning but it's also caused the severe weather temperatures if you're still in the fifties right now don't get used to them as they say temperatures will be falling to the forties the rest of the day many of us already have done that for the rest of the day watch for those falling temperatures overnight tonight partly cloudy skies low to mid thirties for lows a blustery night tonight especially by comparison and then for tomorrow over the weekend Saturday looks like highs in the low to mid forties same numbers for Sunday and then Monday the next round of rain will be arriving highs then will be in the low to mid fifties down way down to forty six in Haymarket still sixteen Crofton temporarily and it's down to fifty four at Washington Reagan national map the storms were moving through so quickly yes they have and and and that's one reason why we're getting severe weather because the winds aloft along this front the temperature contrast around along this front because of the very strong winds also helping to move this line very quickly from west the east the only positive thing I could think about that is that's helping to mitigate the flood threat at this thing was moving up very very slowly we be having some flash flooding right now publicly in pretty quickly from west to east looking forward to having it added here Matt thank you
Heavy rain continues in DC and Maryland
"Forty degrees here in friendship heights and still quite a bit of heavy rain if you are on the road across the bay bridge in two parts of Maryland eastern shore Delaware we're talking about some heavy rain southern Maryland and points south of Dale city in Virginia getting heavy rain as the system pushes through again forty now in
Earthquake App Provides Early Warnings
"Let's cross over to California now a late last week governor Gavin newsom announced the launch of the nation's first statewide earthquake that system is molecules Los Angeles acting bureau chief collateral Bella on the morning of the fourth of July a six point four magnitude earthquake struck southern California the largest hit the state in over two decades two days later that record I stopped by a seven point one magnitude shake these two major earthquakes that struck California earlier this summer reignited conversation about the state of preparedness for when the next big one hits and a month following that siesmic event at least eight thousand aftershocks had been registered and sales on supplies for a homemade emergency disaster survival kit had increased so last it's News Dallas authorities have been working on the reliable early earthquake warning system that could potentially save countless lives couldn't have come at a better time speaking to the press last Thursday on the thirtieth anniversary of the catastrophic Loma Prieta earthquake in the San Francisco Bay Area California's Governor Governor Newsom announced that the nation's first statewide earthquake early warning system was finally ready to be released to the public thirty years ago on this day portion of this bay bridge collapse in the earth quake live in the Marina District San Francisco Rico Way I remember like it was yesterday three decades later proud to announce that we finally have an early earthquake warning system that now is operational encouraging people to download the by shake out developed by seasonal adjusts at the University of California the my shake up will alert the public when a shake with four point five magnitude or greater has been detected with officials hoping to be able to alert people up to twenty seconds before the ground starts to move the new system will also warn residents to wireless emergency alerts these are sent to everyone even those who have downloaded yep this is the culmination of years of work both in terms of advances in technology but so politically until now only residents in the Los Angeles County area had access to similar alerts early warning systems have been credited with saving lives in other countries and those seconds are crucial for people to drop cover and hold in order to be safe get four million people to download this APP about the end of twenty twenty if we do so we will have the most comprehensive most I think technologically four earthquake warning early warning system of its type anywhere in the world Mexico and Japan have done versions of this the no one if we're able to get these APPs downloaded we'll have the technology of placing that will save lives That we will here in California if we download shake please do so let's be prepared for the next big
California To Unveil Earthquake Alert System Thursday
"On the thirtieth anniversary of the deadly Loma Prieta earthquake California governor Gavin Newsom chose a site near the bay bridge in Oakland to announce the launch of the nation's first statewide earthquake early warning system the tales from Serra Husayni member station KQED in San Francisco the system uses a smartphone app called my shakes to alert users to quakes of magnitude four point five or larger advising them to drop cover and hold on up to twenty seconds in advance depending on distance from the epicenter Richard Allen directs the UC Berkeley seismology lab which helped develop the Sheik where technology over the past decade it's taken a little time but now we're very proud we think we have the most sophisticated early warning system in the world right now he says it should reach people faster than the existing wireless notifications which will continue along side the new
Maryland Transportation Authority, Chesapeake Bay Bridge And Twenty Seven Million Dollars discussed on Mark Levin
"Com the Maryland Transportation Authority says motorists can expect major delays on the Chesapeake Bay bridge tunnel thanks to a twenty seven million dollars Jack rehabilitation project that's on the westbound span authority saying a news release that long term right lane closures will occur from August first through April sixteenth two thousand twenty but will be lifted temporarily during the thanksgiving holiday they'll be some closures next April sixteenth to may twentieth in the west bound right lane someone close you can go all the way into the year two thousand twenty
"Shooting Stars On Demand": Japan Sends Artificial Meteors Into Space
"Miles above earth. And these ads with light up the sky for up to six minutes at a time. So imagine this when you're looking up in the sky in Paris near the Eiffel tower, you'll see an ad for say a dinner river, Chris by the San Francisco Bay bridge a logo for an airline offering nonstop flights to Singapore. They say that it was inevitable. Satellites are cheap space is an untapped market of opportunity. But just think one day, you may be looking up in the sky at the constellation Taurus and suddenly right next to it. You see an ad for maybe a Ford Taurus possibility. Yes. All right moving onto Airbnb as your wears nothing like a hotel. It doesn't mean whether or not you get breakfast or one hundred dollars worth of credits with Airbnb a house condo. Maybe just a room. Somebody's back bedroom, all kinds of decor. Now, what about security many Airbnb hosts put a camera at the front door the outside? If you have common areas, you have to mention it in the Airbnb listing if you have cameras there, but when a computer science, professor found undisclosed security cameras inside his Airbnb, he
Facebook, Apple, YouTube and Spotify take down Alex Jones content
"To your needs this is a free market, if people wanna do business with the NRA the NRA needs to make it worth their while and they will do business with them if nobody wants to, do business with them and then go. Under then they had a failing business model they didn't come up with something that was compelling enough, to have people wanna give them any money We'll see what happens there it is a lawsuit claiming out I don't know what the damages are asking for standby, in the same vein Alex Jones I. Don't know if you've ever listened to info wars or Alex Jones here's a little taste of that A very powerful article. Up on info wars dot com News wars dot com right now by Paul Joseph, Watson, remember, they, want this information suppressed the real reason apple Facebook Spotify and YouTube, band info wars on the same day, on eight six This is what election meddling looks like, okay Congressman how do you? Get your voice to sound like that is I really want to know that is that. I just don't, know, how, you. Get voice. So basically Facebook YouTube apple Spotify they're taking, they're taking him down saying that info wars and Alex Jones has, violated their user agreements repeatedly by with. Quote unquote, hate speech against Muslims or transgender you know this is the. Guy who says sandy hook is. A hoax and he's being sued over that I believe he's still has one podcast out of his six, still up on the I. Tunes podcasts door but everything's being taken down if you go onto the info wars website, now and try to click on his videos it'll take you to YouTube and it, says every. Single time video not available video not available now he has two. Point four million subscribers to his YouTube channel so YouTube is losing money over that because. They've taken down a pretty healthy sized channel Alex Jones has. That you, heard him started go into, it there. Said it's basically these companies again private enterprises they. Have the right to choose who they. Want To, do business with are coming. After him because he has supported President Trump and that he is accused them of election, meddling he also thinks it's a bad precedent where they can now be judge and, jury on. Who gets to be on there and who doesn't interesting interesting precedent. To watch are they are they impeding on his free speech if they are a private. Entity and he is engaging in hate speech which goes against. Their user, agreements something tells me it'll, be more. Money to be made for lawyers when we return Whole lot of terror, in the skies we've, got, that Senate and a plane crash which we are will update you on airline pilots are. Protesting a study that would allow cargo planes okay no passengers cargo to have only one human pilot on, board and the other pilot would be on the ground and a woman booted. Off an American Airlines, flight because of her comfort, cello Jane wells filling in for Gary and Shannon KFI, AM six forty and here's the new excessive heat warnings. Are in effect all over southern California because of a high pressure. System national weather service meteorologist Kirk Kaplan told wakeup call wins from offshore could make some valleys even hotter than the desert we also have a. Couple of tropical storm systems have developed off of the eastern Pacific off of Mexico and that's going to bring us some high surf later this week as well on top of that we have astronomical high ties tomorrow's expected to be the hottest day of the week but it still shouldn't, be as hot as the record, smashing heatwave early last month news brought to you by reborn cabinets one person has Has been killed in a. Shooting on the bay bridge the early morning, shooting caused all five lanes of the lower deck of the bridge to be closed for hours that. Caused. A massive. Backup some people got out of their cars and, walked on the bridge trailing wheeled suitcases behind them police in garden grove has Aref have arrested four men and a seventeen year, old boy accused of several street robberies and. Home break in detectives, who'd been tracking the guys for. Possible street crime say they saw three of them carrying stuff out of a, house in Huntington beach, Friday, morning the house had been tented for fumigation to others in the group were allegedly serving. As lookouts Saudi Arabia has ordered the Canadian ambassador to leave because Canada's government criticized Saudi treatment of activists, Saudi Arabia says it will also freeze new business deals between the two countries. Canada recently called on, Saudi Arabia to immediately release, women's rights activists one of the people recently arrested is, the brother of a man who was sentenced in two. Thousand twelve to a thousand lashes and ten years in jail for. Criticizing religious leaders Police are looking for a teenager. In North Carolina, who robbed a lemonade stand for seventeen dollars a Union County, sheriff's spokesman says the guy pulled a gun on a nine year. Old boy selling lemonade. In front of his house on Saturday and took his cash okay I'm sorry this is when the pope is wrong about the death penalty back.
Eleven children found at squalid New Mexico compound, two arrested
"Commercials your price could vary depending on your health issuing company and other factors not available in all It's eleven starving. Children rescued from squalid. Makeshift compound, in New Mexico Elise hunting for a missing three year old rated the site near the Colorado For the three old boy, who's been missing since November police were alerted to the compound by a message that. Said the people inside was starving the child was not there but instead officers found eleven other children aged from one to fifteen. And five adults the local sheriff said the captives with dressed in rags and had only a. Few potatoes in a box of rice to eat he said it was the, saddest conditions he'd, seen in his thirty years in his job team men have been arrested including the father of the missing boy to BBC's, Joanna, jolly Saudi Arabia, ordering the Canadian. Ambassador to leave the kingdom within twenty four hours after candidate criticize, the return of rest of women's rights activists news and analysis townhall dot com Stuck, in traffic we've, got the answer Back. In business on the eastbound bay bridge this report is brought to you by. Office Depot office max that tastic news all lanes are now open on the lower, deck of the bay bridge in Newark watch out on highway eighty four. Eastbound before the Dumbarton bridge toll plaza there's a, two car crash on the left shoulder Morgan. Hill on northbound lookout.
New York's Cuomo rejects NRA claim that 'blacklisting' jeopardizes mission
"McAllister in for Brett. Burkhart this is the latest from k. g. o. eight. Ten a major incident on the bay bridge is affecting. Traffic police are investigating a shooting killed one person and. Wounded another right. Now the CHP has multiple lanes closed eastbound near Treasure. Island all started at about two thirty this. Morning when someone in a vehicle opened fire at a passing. SUV that crashed into a third vehicle as the suspect apple drove. Away now the CHP is investigating Hellfire reports progress in containing, near twin fires burning in Mendocino and lake counties across the wilderness on both sides of clear lake agency says the ranch. Fire is now twenty three percent contain the river fire if the eight percent contained the entire. So-called Mendocino complex fire, now one of, the largest on record in the state Cal fire reporting, a total of ninety three hundred structures are threatened by those fires and the Berkeley police department says it has arrested seventeen people. And, confiscated weapons from a confrontation. Confrontation between all right protesters and counter demonstrators in the. City's downtown groups of protesters surged Berkeley's central streets and. Squared off in Civic Center park the NRA is claiming. It is in, financial trouble and is now taking aim at New York. According to Steve Kastenbaum the NRA claims it's. Facing a financial crisis because of New York governor Andrew Cuomo's. Efforts to get banks and insurers to stop doing business with the. Organization in a lawsuit filed In federal court the National Rifle Association said the governor's. Actions threaten their ability to exercise their freedom of speech and advocate for gun owners rights over. The weekend governor Cuomo said bring it, on the NRA are a bunch of bullies in my, opinion they bullied the president they bullied the congress everybody's afraid of the NRA because they're very powerful politically Well you know what they're. Not going to bully us in New. York Cuomo said the fact is the NRA was marketing an insurance product for gun owners that is illegal in New York. The, state's financial services? Office find to, insurance companies it total of eight and a half million dollars because of their involvement with, the NRA's Kerry guard policy in, the state of New York you can't ensure someone. For intentional wrongdoing he's encouraging other states to follow New York's lead, if we cut off all their. Revenue and, they can't pay the bills well you know what life is, tough but, they have made life tough for a lot. Of people Cuomo's said tongue, in cheek that if the NRA goes away the organization will be in his thoughts and prayers the NRA is accusing, governor Cuomo of, blacklisting them through back channel communications with banks and insurance. Companies Steve Kastenbaum, New York are there. Might be another meeting. Between North Korea's Kim Jong UN and President Trump will Ripley has more Now. The United Nations General assembly is happening on September eighteenth is when. It kicks off could that be the time the sources, not saying that but what they are saying is that it was a good sign that there are letters being passed back and forth between President, Trump and chairman Cam Will Ripley reporting Charlotte Rae who played a, wise carrying house mother to a teenage girls on the long running sitcom the, facts of life has died. She was ninety two a spokesman. Said Ray died Sunday. At her Los Angeles home Ray originated the character of EDNA Garrett. In nineteen seventy eight during? The first season of the, NBC comedy different strokes and took MRs Garrett for the spin off the facts of life which premiered the following season I'm Kim McAllister Keiichiro a ten Now more of Armstrong and Getty on k., g. l. eight ten and. K. g. o. radio dot com Machines.
Palestinian armed with knife jumps border fence and kills Israeli
"Settlement has died of his wounds he was one of three Israelis injured in the knife attack seventeen year, old Palestinian armed with a knife jumped over a fence to the atom settlements near the city of, Ramallah according to the Israeli army he stabbed t. people wanna fame later, died before being confronted. By man armed with. The gun he shot and. Killed the attacker man was wounded the Islamic militant group HAMAs claimed the attack was a response to an Israeli striking Gaza this week which killed three minutes after an. Israeli soldier had been sheltered wounded. The BBC's Tom Bateman in Jerusalem it's official, Pakistan's election commission declaring former cricket star Imran Khan's party the winner of Pakistan's historic third. Consecutive, election of a civilian government however he. Did not win an outright majority and that means, off to form a, coalition government breaking. News and analysis townhall dot com Stuck in traffic we've, got the answer Looking at the Eastshore freeway this report. Is brought to you, by compassion international it's, pretty light, today especially compared to yesterday of course eighty westbound between central avenue and Gilman. Slow to stop and go right now otherwise you're. Not going to run into any problems you've reached the bay bridge with. The backup is, to the, eight eighty overpass metering lights of course are on eighty southbound in Hayward between a street and about Whipple is slow to stop and go across bolted Dunbarton. And the San Mateo bridge is traffic moving at the. Limit high wind.
U.S. races to meet migrant reunification deadline
"On kqed public radio the. Time is, now nineteen past five live from. NPR news in. Washington I'm Louise Schiavone The Trump administration is racing to, me today's deadline for reuniting migrant families who were separated at the. Border but as NPR's Joel rose reports the government has also. Acknowledged that hundreds of families will not be reunited by the deadline federal officials say there are. Roughly nine hundred parents who cannot be reunified by. The deadline in about sixty cases the. Administration says that's because the parents have. Past criminal convictions but in more than four hundred cases it's because the parents. Are already out of the US either. Because they left, or were deported by. Day's end attention will shift to the hundreds of children whose parents, may have been deported Andrew how much time. We're unified parents in the US should have to decide if. They want to seek asylum. I just, ruptured at the US embassy in. Beijing earlier today China's says a man. Detonated a small bomb outside the compound. Today explosion the only person injured was the man accused of the blast Chinese police responded the embassy. Says there was no damage to its. Property world markets Dow futures are up on the tech heavy NASDAQ. Futures are lower after reported one, hundred fifty billion dollar slide and Facebook shares and while the US and you have diffused. Their trade, issues, China remains concerned about is'relations with the US leading Asian stocks lower I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news. Washington and here, in San Francisco I'm Matt Elmore thank you, so much for joining us for morning, edition today which we'll get back to shortly I Joe McConnell is away today Ted Stevens is in his place to bring us a look at bay area traffic I Ted good morning Matt let's, start on the Altimonte pass westbound five eighty five to Northland road it's stop and go traffic eastbound still. Doing work on the between Greenville road and grant line road It's only the. Left lane is open until eleven o'clock this morning, metering lights are off at the bay bridge but traffic is, starting to stack up to the end of the parking lot and. No delays on Bart trains, are, on time Ted Stevens for. Thanks Ted his. Report brought to you by beach blanket Babylon I'm Jeremy Hobson, Miami is known as the cruise. Ship capital of the world but. The ships are outgrowing the city's port facilities the three major cruise lines they've all. Been growing in terms, of. Ships is in port Miami hasn't. Had the opportunity did host some of. The larger ships so now they're planning to build three new terminals that's next time on here now The here and now program begins. At eleven o'clock this morning it in turn is. Followed at noon by the. Takeaway The Trump administration hits the deadline for family reunification border crossings decreased and shown. But that is to be expected Trump's family separation policy has made no difference what the numbers say about border crossings I'm Tanzania Vega and..