17 Burst results for "D. C."
"d. c." Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Have and I believe it. What's your worst fear if he continues to get these intelligence briefings I'd rather not speculate out loud. I just think that there is no need for him to have that that intelligence briefing. What value is giving him and intelligent appreciate. What impact does he have it all other than the fact he might slip and say something. And we will have more mean It's amazing, isn't it? He may slip. Therefore, he can't Be trusted. By the way, is the media's freaking out about the Super Bowl and the possible super spreader event. You know, black lives matter and chief of protesters are marching through the streets of Washington, D. C. And one video marchers can be heard chanting, Burn it down! Public insurrection. Is the left people changing burn it down. The protesters also became violent with D. C police outside of a restaurant. Don't worry, it's fine. Nothing to see here, folks. Let's impeach the president. But black lives matter and chief of protesters not socially distancing, not wearing masks, chanting, Burn it down during a march through the nation's capital. Yeah, they're cool. No media coverage. The end of that one. Black lives matter and teeth of protesters marched through the streets of D. C this weekend, and in one video, the margins could be heard chanting, Burn it down! Bl imminent chief of protesters took to the streets. Video posted by an independent Journalists shows the marchers moved through what appears to be a residential neighborhood, chaining if we don't get it, burn it down. That's nice to hear outside of your house. 1700 block of Riggs. Northwest. If we don't get it, burn it down..
"d. c." Discussed on WTOP
"1 78 Generals Highway, A crown's overrode the intersection shut down due to a large tree down across the roadway. That's another thing you may encounter with some of the icy precipitation we had earlier today. There may be some trees hanging low some wires hanging low. Please be extra careful and be cognizant of that being a problem as well. Virginia For now, nothing reported on 66 inside or outside the Beltway. Both 95 3 95 or moving well. Rich 100 of you to be traffic. Now, let's get a check of the forecast or storm seemed for a meteorologist Brianna Berman. Solo. Well, looks like freezing temperatures are still out there, and we're seeing a light snow activity picking up once again where we were even just 30 minutes ago, talking about quite a bit of dry activity or dry quietness out on the radar. Now it looks like light snow flurries are picking back up light to moderate snow still possible, Although we're at the tail end of the Nor'easter for the overnight period through tomorrow morning. Much of this now pushing well to the Northeast 1 to 2 inches still possible for your Tuesday early morning hours, and then we'll see everything wrapping up tomorrow afternoon now will still talk about whether tomorrow afternoon. It's very gusty Tuesday. Wind chills in the teens and twenties tomorrow afternoon. Make sure you're dressed for winter weather. Even though the snow comes to an end. It's going to be cold on Wednesday as well. Check of our current temperatures right now. Warrenton 32 degrees in Frederick 33 degrees and German town 30 degrees. Now we have 34 in Roslyn. This check brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate. Today. It's 11 11. The D C. Government is Father temporary restraining order to prohibit the Washington teacher's Union from talking about any type of work stoppages and connections. A D. C schools reopening tomorrow. Seven page filing was submitted to D C Superior Court in a news conference today, Mayor Bowser said any teacher absent without leave would be in a workplace violations. Just like anybody who sitting here when your.
"d. c." Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Schools, also virtual learning of usually Uh, not today. They're closed today for a snow day. They tweeted that out that all of their lab in county public schools and administration offices are closed. All distance learning classes are canceled. An instructional staff should not report to work s O. They have done the same thing in D. C interestingly. They're going virtual. Today. They have virtual school today in D C public schools. There was a plan to try and get the school's open today in person. Now, this weather has bought them a little bit more time just to touch on this particular issue. But interestingly, d C said no would go virtual s O D. C. Kind of going with the hardscrabble approach like that. Snow doesn't change the fact that you can access the Internet still. Everybody attend virtually so D c staying strong. What should the school systems do here? 8886309625888630? W. M A l I can see the argument sometimes, which is like, Well, give the kids a snow day. Give the kids a chance to go out in the snow. You know if it's going to be a snow day for everybody else, Maybe this is a good chance for them just to take a break. You know, Because kids, they're like the snow day. Why can't why? Why remove one of the pleasures of the snow coming down, Which is you get one day of school off and snow days are built into the calendar year for schools, So those those are things that are typically considered. I'm sure kids are thrilled, and in some respects, I hope they got a lot of exercise. With so many kids being stuck at home looking at their computers. I hope this was a time for them to get outside. Get him energy out. It gets them some athletics and going sledding. So I think it's good for the kids. I just think the excuses is pretty laughable because there is no Reasonable reason. There's no reason for them to need to have a snow day. If they're learning virtually that's right. We'll also in Fairfax County. They're going virtual learning today all of their students. And virtual learning. Today, students following their regular Monday schedule for virtual.
"d. c." Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It only took until the Metro was collapsing thanks to the lockdown for us to get this technology, But, you know, the other thing is gonna make the trains safer because that was one thing that always used to bother me when when they were when you would go into areas where you couldn't get any reception on the Metro. It always one because, like what would happen if God forbid, like there's a power outage and we're stuck in the middle of this tunnel now, right? I'm sure they know where the train is. But no one will hear my panic screams to get me out of the subway because people are breathing my air, huh? So and I would need the ability to screaming and 911 operator to get me out of here before I have to, You know, claw my way out. Sure you'd hope so. But remember during the earthquake in D. C. When and I guess that's just given the scale of the event. It's may be different, but still when the earthquake occurred in DC a couple years back, I remember everybody taking to the streets, which was not. I don't think a very wise decision. Everyone just left their their office buildings were all on the streets of D. C because they thought what we have to get out of the building. So that building doesn't fall on us and all the California people were like No, you stand in the door jams, you idiots. But regardless, everybody went outside, and they all try to get on their phones to call their loved ones. And because so many people were trying to make a phone call at the same time, nobody could make a phone call. Yeah, the cell service had just dropped in the city at that moment. I thought you were going to tell me about how people were stranded on the metro and didn't get out for hours. And you're gonna make my claustrophobia even worse. Well, there was remember, it was. Don't tell me about it. Okay. Just gonna make it work. Just a little fire in a tunnel and they had to get out any way you could look it up sometimes. 6 52 W M A.
"d. c." Discussed on KFI AM 640
"He looks like a deer. He does not look like a deer and it looks like a deer. He does not. It's okay. Very protective over my llama. Damn! I didn't read about that. I cannot get over all of the name. I would. We could have had a real baby like I could have given birth to a baby, and we wouldn't have gotten this many name suggestions. An outdoor at work birth would not have garnered the attention of a stuffed llama. My husband's wait in and not show llama. I like that. Is he listening to the show? I thought you guys had rules about their work to do, uh, at the bottom of the hour. We are going to talk, Swamp watch and as they like, the terror is our friend from D. C. We're going to talk with her about what's going on. As we get ready for yet another very interesting, potentially dangerous weekend in Washington. We will also be playing for you again. The cuts of those police officers, Metro D C police officers who were at the Capitol last Wednesday. And their descriptions of the life threatening situations that they found themselves in. We'll talk about it. I do feel like we smell like we've been cooked. No, like Like chicken cutlets of dispensing acting like you've never been outside. I know your She's like it was right. There was this big yellow thing. What else is going on? What's.
"d. c." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Congress woman from Colorado. Even though I now work in one of the most liberal cities in America. I refused to give up my rights, especially my Second Amendment rights. I will carry my firearm in D C. And in Congress, this'll cost outrage from Democrats in the media wise. It's our job in Congress to defend your rights, including your Second Amendment, and that's exactly what I'm here to do in D. C. Of all places. We should be encouraged to practice our rights. So forget what you hear in the fake news here. The real reasons why I choose to defend myself in our nation's capital. I'm a woman and a mother of four. I choose to defend my family with all of the force. The Constitution provides D C is one of the top 10 most dangerous cities in our country, homicide rates and violent crimes are skyrocketing. Here. Being a member of Congress is pretty basic. I don't go to work in a motorcade or armored cars. I don't get police escorts everywhere I go. I want to my office every morning by myself. It was a 5 ft. Tall £100 woman. I choose to protect myself legally because I am my best security. One of the challenges of working in D. C is people here don't understand how we live in Real America. The Second Amendment is part of our lives. Gun ownership is cherished. And it makes our little town safer as a young woman working late nights at a restaurant. I learned real fast how important it is to defend myself. After a violent incident outside my business, I took advantage of Colorado's open, carry laws and began to carry at work. My waitresses asked if they could open carry two and now shooters will have mandatory firearm training and target practice available for my staff, most of whom are young, women. Educated, law abiding gun owners are the safest people in America to be around. So when anyone comes in to limit the rights and safety of my family, I'll tell them exactly what this mom thinks. E. I am here to say Hell, no, you're not. I have four Children and 5.0 £100 cannot really defend myself with this, so all you're going to do is restrict. What abiding citizens like myself. So this is why I choose to defend myself and my family. Not only is at my right, but it's a right. I was sent here to protect from rifle Colorado. So if you see me in D C say hi, you're safe with me. Love her. I love her. She shut.
"d. c." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Yeah. Where it's very tough. When you hear about an incumbent losing, it's a shock. It's a shock. And you have people in D. C. Have been there 40 50 years. Of people that have been Died in office. And this moments in time. Where I sit with utter amazement. At the weight of their evidence. You know how I talk about the way to the evidence in the markets. The weight of their evidence. As you know, Both parties have lost me for good and it's not a party. It's the people that are in the parties. I think they're all bunch of corrupt lying sacks of monkey crap. That's all. Before the pandemic 25 trillion bucks of debt, the find that many of them have become wealthy beyond their means, even though they make 170,000 year. Some of my 4th 15 20 million bucks. Some 100 million What I've watched In the last Week or so..
"d. c." Discussed on WTOP
"Those who are descendants of slaves. The second measure called the sense of the council to declare racism. A public health crisis in the District of Columbia would take on racism and its impact on disparities in health care, housing and other social issues. Both measures were introduced by council member Kenyan McDuffie yesterday in a statement, he said the goal is to acknowledge that racial equity can't be achieved. About recognizing the role of slavery and segregation in the US, The measures will go before the D. C Council for consideration. Melissa how w. T O Penis The D. C. City Council is given ranchers more help in fighting evictions. While there's a moratorium in effect during the state of emergency, there could be a wave of eviction summons when it ends last year. More than 30,000 evictions were filed by landlords in D. C. Superior Court and Ward three councilmember Merry Chase says some 39,000 are queued up to be filed after the murder. Vincey moratorium on evictions is lifted that assistance in the moratorium, for example, will not last indefinitely. Her bill, which passed unanimously increases transparency of the tenant screening process prohibits evictions were the amount owed is less than $600 and allows for the ceiling of records over three years old. These records are used by landlords to Either deny an apartment to someone or to increase the rent has a very cheerily negative and devastating effect on people who want to rent. Meghan Cloherty w GOP News DC So called ST Aries. They're going to be around for a while. The program that allows restaurants to expand outdoor dining onto some sidewalks and streets was set to expire at the end of the month. But the D C council has extended the program through the end of 2021 Council member Kenyan McDuffy. It provides restaurants in taverns, the extra support Need to attempt to mitigate. Uh, the challenging impacts of over 19 on their businesses also extended through the end of next year. The ability of restaurants and bars to sell carry out booze. It's 9 13 of the district has been hit with a federal lawsuit over pay for police officers during the pandemic. In the court filing, the D C police union on behalf of a number of current and former officers says the district an MPD are failing to include a $14 per diem raid applied for work during the pandemic to their regular rates of pay. The $14 day rate was provided by D. C back in April for any city workers who had to report to the job physically during the public health emergency lawsuit also Alleges they have not received back pay for any unpaid overtime compensation owed based on lack of calculating the per diem wage into their regular rate. The suit accuses the district an MPD of willfully and wrongfully violating its statutory obligations. Ken Duffy w GOP News 9 14 my business,.
"d. c." Discussed on WTOP
"It. To the low seventies. Wednesday afternoon absurdity for meteorologist Samara Theodore. Thank you, Samara. And now let's check back in with Ian Crawford in the Traffic center didn't have enough quarters for the meter this Let's start in the district South bound on D. C. Tu 95 delays easing after Eastern Avenue but still very, very sluggish ride getting past the crash activity before Burrows Avenue in Northeast. It's a single left later, at least, it was at last report, and very, very sluggishly. May have investigation work here as well. South bound D C too. 95 before burrows out the left lane single file. Get by that It's it for issues in the district for the moment in Virginia, watching the work zone westbound 66 coming from the capital Beltway, trying to get past Nutley Street. It is a single left lane to get by very sluggish here, and I'm wondering if they're not going to stop traffic on us yet again in this work zone for overnight overhead work, But for the moment you're flowing single left with delays getting past The works of westbound 66 before Nutley Street that is it for issues outside the Beltway inside the Beltway Watch for work eastbound 66 before Westmoreland Street. It's a right lane blocked, so should be over to the left to get by 95 3 95 Very quiet Maryland where we had a lot of issues overnight last night, much quieter with 95 the B W Parkway running without delay, the D. C Board of elections encourages district voters to use one of the 55 ballot drop boxes located throughout D. C but find all the drop box locations. Online A D c b o e dot org's That's d c b o e dot or G and Crawford w t O p traffic Thank you, and it is 68 degrees in Greenbelt. It's 68 in Annandale and 66 degrees in the nation's capital at 11 11..
"d. c." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Accounts and allowed kids To every kids have the dollar amount attached to his name. Actually Goto family to address this challenging time rather than to go straight to a district school teachers unions feel entitled to their money, but don't feel obligated to actually provide an education. That's what we're seeing right now. And I think parents are fed up and write today and just on the point about the failures of distance learning. Virtual teaching. What? Whatever it is that we're calling it now. I even heard a lot of Democrats just in passing, like, Well, yeah, it was kind of a debacle. Why? How? What were the failures like? Personal, You know, there are some inherent limitations are easy for young kids. Learning on from zoom or learning on a computer with a lot of screen time is not the ideal situation. But there are virtual charter schools that have perfected this over a decade or more and have learned how to deliver education online. But that's that's not what this wass right. So for starters, the only the minority of schools were actually offering live instruction online. The rest of them had some combination of worksheets or, like digital platform check ins, often like multiplying platforms, which is just really frustrating for families. On and then and then we saw some complete abandonment of the instruction. Purpose of schooling. Eso. For example, in Chicago, Almost half of the teachers didn't even log on to the learning platform at least three times a week for the inspiration of distance learning, meaning those kids just essentially went without instruction. They went without education. Just basically gave up on actually delivering education. And that's the experience that families had in the spring. Which is why continuing that distance learning or that force of just distance learning seems like such an impossible ask for many families, especially single moms who live work. There is a really crunch time. Rhea life consequence to this that the unions are just not recognizing, and they're just calling everybody who brings it up as a concerned they're saying, Oh, you want people to die? You know you want like they threw a bunch of body dives in front of the district office in D. C is part of the protest, And indeed, he see the district went from a partial reopen several times a week to fully online. This fall because of the protests of teachers unions, But I think they're overplaying their hands felt everybody the independent Women's Forum. It's always good to have you on. Talk soon be.
"d. c." Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"d. c." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Some sort of image communications award and I was given a lottery ticket he won I don't know not easily very meaning where they say Hey congratulations to somebody that's gone above and beyond yeah well this all went above and beyond we never get that we never ever do you ever go we don't get any awards here have our console won a lottery ticket right and this was in an envelope that was on my desk and I thought let's scratch this off on the show so what I'm gonna do is if this is anything less than one thousand dollars if I win I will share it with everyone in this room if it's above a thousand dollars you horrible **** are getting a story of my life wait wait wait wait before you do this you got an award for going above and beyond we're number one I've missed zero days to the entire corona virus thing working six days a week and you got an award for going above and beyond he I work for your show to do that and you got award for going above and said I can't believe the number one wrong one press so the top prize here is two thousand dollars this is a time when Hoosier lottery ticket here we go and it's an instant no you like instantly warm now right now find a yes symbol when the price shown find a stack of money when all five prices shown twenty yes some of money need some background music what what do what kind of music I don't know police say something with money how bout a C. D. C.'s money talk there we can't do that or maybe the o'jays money give me just a second you to talk emotions right an ad here real quick so.
"d. c." Discussed on WTOP
"News this afternoon D. C. is lifting the stay at home order later this week the move by the mayor comes after a fourteen day decline in corona virus cases the story from WTOP's Luke Luke Kurt Alger says that Washington DC will begin re opening its economy this Friday in Washingtonians will be allowed to leave their houses in visit nonessential retail for curbside pickup restaurants also partially reopen beyond take out services we are now allowing outdoor diners so diners may be seated outside all tables must be at least six feet apart and no more than six people can sit at a table there salons and barber shops will be allowed to open by appointment only and most of DC's parks will re open as well with the exception of indoor facilities and playgrounds gatherings of ten or more people are still prohibited during phase one and social distancing and face coverings are still recommended lugar WTOP news file for a pop up corona virus test site is coming to prince George's county Friday the drive thru location is at six flags America you just have to show up for swabbing no doctors order needed no appointment another longer lasting site opens tomorrow in Clinton at the converted vehicle emissions inspection station governor Larry Hogan says there are now more covert nineteen testing options for Maryland residents than ever in other news graduation ceremonies are on hold for students across the region but in Loudon county some students are being allowed to walk for that diploma and yes there will be safety measures after petition was signed by hundreds of parents and supporters the school board and the superintendent also got behind the idea we became more motivated as a parent group to sort of push for something Loudon county seniors will walk during scheduled times between June eighth and the twenty fourth Jennifer waters has a daughter graduating from freedom high school she says seeing this made possible is important graduations across the county will happen in groups of six with each student entering an auditorium or stadium at a certain time with their family and friends it will take weeks for every student to have their own small ceremony but they'll still get to walk out the way any of us envisioned that given the circumstances this is definitely something that gives them an opportunity to have them to shine Melissa held WTOP news the Delaware beaches are almost ready for you guys who need to catch a break everything changes Monday that's when the short term rental ban ends as does the two week quarantine for out of towners governor John Carney says on June first crowds of up to two hundred fifty people will be allowed again but you've got to wear cloth face coverings and maintain the social distance of six feet Carney says he's making the move because of fewer covert hospitalizations and better testing the skies over Virginia beach will not sparkle and flash with fourth of July fireworks this year the annual display at the ocean front and mount trash more are canceled so folks can stay safe and comply with the.
"d. c." Discussed on WTOP
"Coronavirus task force says when it comes to virus hot spots D. C. is among the hottest in fact the DC metro northern Virginia and prince George's county Montgomery County Dr Deborah Berke says the district has the highest code nineteen positivity rate that's the percentage of positive covert test results from all tests administered in the region the doctor's analysis comes just after DC mayor Muriel Bowser said the city could reopen as soon as Friday Maggie fox's senior health editor at CNN she says experts aren't so sure ready they also say that the U. S. is still seeing high levels of transmission across much of the country and say we really really really need to be cautious about some of the studies indicate that if you reopen carefully and if people continue to social distance to use masks to protect other people from themselves when they're out in public you can't stay away from other people if they're careful about hand hygiene and about cleaning things that maybe it's not so bad fox also tells WTOP that the positivity rates don't tell the whole story of how a city is impacted by the virus a lot of people are ready to be done with quarantine but for some there been more benefits to being locked up then they expected merely interstate quarantine is the reason they've been able to finish some home improvement projects or get more sleep in all fifty five percent of them say they'll miss it the study conducted by every day Kerry dot com shows that of those who have benefited from quarantine in the state forty five percent say they've been able to spend more time with loved ones another nine percent are grateful for the decrease in pollution in Virginia forty seven percent of residents also fell quarantine has been beneficial the state with the most people enjoying it North Dakota with sixty seven percent West Virginia has the least amount of people who say they'll miss quarantine with only fourteen percent Melissa Howell WTOP news Ocean City had already opened its beaches and now Delaware is the Delaware beaches are back in business for the holiday weekend residents of Delaware and non residents who have observed a fourteen day quarantine may now go to the beach but it is safety first Delaware governor John Carney expanded the opening of state beaches with guidelines the social distancing six feet apart where a face covering in public places recommended on the beach required on the boardwalks over in Ocean City Maryland lifeguards are not permitted to perform mouth to mouth resuscitation crane beach patrol supervisors will step in instead and use certain breathing devices do we beach patrol captain Todd Friedman tells WTOP his staff members will have similar equipment that can affix to a special man we also do possess and carry the rebreathers and the C. P. R. reading apparatus Christmann says they've been working on their new procedures for weeks and think they're ready Ken Duffy WTOP news outdoor recreation is a great escape for many of us who are following the safer at home advisories but these pesky critters don't follow social distancing rule not long now these little biters be busy around here Orkin says DC ranks number.
"d. c." Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"d. c." Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"d. c." Discussed on Z104
"Got a few times okay so we heard that you have are listed on your phone as DC and I guess it's because she told you she was from DC originally or something like that wow you guys really have been talking to a love life yes I told you so okay so here's the thing we kind of have figured out that the whole I'm from DC thing is that the reason you have are in your forties DC we we we know that that's not the reason we know that it's probably some sort of reference code for something else I was a single dude I did it too what we don't know is what D. C. he stands for all took bets like we have a lot riding on this we all have our own theories of what do you think that you don't have to tell us anything on the air okay but we do want to give you our guesses and then you tell us if we're right okay oh my god happening okay so can we tell yeah I guess is sure sure go okay we're gonna start with the one that everyone thinks seem to think is wrong which is dumpster cry is that right does god yeah sorry that right is this seat even for crotch so maybe it's like dirty crotch though trying has I think the DC me don't call like meeting if she calls you like Tony answered just let it go to voicemail so DC don't call star you get you get.