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01:34 min | 4 months ago

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"Set up emergency food and water distribution for those who need it. Perishable food about to spoil thawing inside cafeteria freezers without power At Aberdeen elementary, Derek marks removed box after box. And trucked them to freezers with power, just in time. Another day or so, found another day would go bad. They saved enough food to feed the school's 700 kids for two weeks That CBS News correspondent Mark strassmann. Duke Energy says it's ahead of schedule making and repairs and could restore power by later today. CBS News is also confirming the existence of a bulletin issued from local and federal law enforcement in Oregon. Warning of its attacks to power grids following recent incidents in Oregon and Washington state. In part, the memo reads quote power companies in Oregon and Washington have reported physical attacks on substations using hand tools, arson, firearms, and metal chains, possibly in response to an online call for attacks on critical infrastructure. The story was first recruited of reported by news nation, as the investigation in North Carolina continues, power companies around here are keeping a close eye on things. Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE all as you'd expect say they're aware of what's going on in North Carolina and statements WTO P all say they're constantly talking to law enforcement at all levels, intelligence agencies and many others. None of the company spoke about beefing up security specifically in response to the outages south of here, Pepco and BGE, though, which are both part of excellence, says they're always running regular drills to

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03:13 min | 4 months ago

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"Water distribution for those who need it, CBS Mark strassman reports. More than 750 people received boxes of giveaway groceries from the North Carolina food bank. Michael chambers told us he had to toss perishable food worth $500. Trying to replace them by ten pounds would get back up. Investigators now say, one person has died during this power crisis, but it's not entirely clear whether that death was caused by this ongoing outage. Duke Energy says it is ahead of schedule making the repairs and could restore power by later today. And more attacks on electrical systems are being reported in other states. CBS News is confirming that a bulletin issued by local and federal law enforcement in Oregon warns of attacks to power grids following recent incidents in Oregon and Washington state. The bulletin says power companies and both states have reported physical attacks on electrical substations by people using hand tools, arson firearms, and metal chains. It says the incidents may be in response to an online call for attacks on power systems. And the FBI and Portland Oregon is out with a statement urging people to report any suspicious activity to police, as the investigation into what happened at those North Carolina substations continues, the power companies that keep your lights on around here are paying close attention. WTO reached out to Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE and while none of the company spoke of stepping up security specifically in response to the North Carolina situation, they all as you'd imagine are monitoring things. Dominion says it's talking with federal state and local law enforcement, intelligence agencies and industry peers to proactively assess what's happening a state over. BGE and Pepco both part of Exelon had a similar response and in a joint statement says they're constantly investing to make sure their systems are secured and they do drills to respond to evolving threats. Mike Morello, WTO news. Coming up on WTF, a mother shot and killed while driving with her kids in the back seat on Neil or I can stay. It's three 43. When a business is struggling financially, one path to survival can be a chapter 11 bankruptcy. Although businesses can file a chapter 11 petition to fully liquidate their assets and close up shop, something that's been more common for large failing retailers in recent years. It's not the chief aim, explains showman Rogers, bankruptcy expert Michael Lichtenstein. The general purpose of chapter 11 was to allow companies and opportunity to pause their payments to creditors, reorganize, restructure their debt, and then emerge as a leaner meaner operations. I've done a bunch of reorganizations where you can confirm a plan of reorganization and under that plan, you restructure the debt, and you try to maximize the efficiency of the company, but after you go through a confirmation process, you then emerge as a reorganized debtor and a lot of other companies have gone on to be successful. And that's the epitome of a successful chapter 11. To learn more about the showman Rogers bankruptcy restructuring and creditors rights, visit showman Rogers dot com. It's three 44. But CDW, we get you can't lock up your devices. You'll workforce needs the freedom to roam

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01:51 min | 4 months ago

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"Set up emergency food and water distribution for those who need it. Perishable food about to spoil thawing inside cafeteria freezers without power. At Aberdeen elementary, Derek marks removed box after box. And trucked them to freezers with power, just in time. Another day or so time another day would go bad. They saved enough food to feed the school's 700 kids for two weeks. That was CBS News correspondent Mark strassmann. Duke Energy says it is ahead of schedule making the repairs and could restore power by late today. CBS News is also confirming the insists the existence of a bulletin issued from local and federal law enforcement in Oregon, warning of attacks to power grids following recent incidents in Oregon and Washington state, impart the memories quote power companies in Oregon and Washington have reported physical attacks on substations using hand tools, arson, firearms, and metal chains, possibly in response to an online call for attacks on critical infrastructure. The story was first reported by news nation. It's two 42, as the investigation in North Carolina continues, power companies around here are keeping a close eye on things. Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE all as you'd expect say they're aware of what's going on in North Carolina and statements WTO P all say they're constantly talking to law enforcement at all levels, intelligence agencies and many others. None of the companies spoke about beefing up security specifically in response to the outages south of here, Pepco and BGE, though, which are both part of excellence, says they're always running regular drills to repair for all kinds of threats, and I'll be ready to respond quickly if needed. Mike moreo WTO news. Coming up on WTF what comes around goes around WTF national security correspondent JJ green with the latest on the war in Ukraine. It is two

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02:16 min | 4 months ago

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"Water distribution for those who need it, CBS Mark strassman reports. More than 750 people received boxes of giveaway groceries from the North Carolina food bank. Michael chambers told us he had to toss perishable food worth $500. Trying to replace them by ten pounds to get back on. Investigators now say, one person has died during this power crisis, but it's not entirely clear whether that death was caused by this ongoing outage. Duke Energy says it's ahead of schedule, making the repairs and could restore power by late tonight, and more attacks on electrical systems are being reported in other states. CBS News is confirming that a bulletin issued by local and federal law enforcement in Oregon warns of attacks to power grids following recent incidents in Oregon and Washington state. The bulletin says power companies in both states have reported physical attacks on electrical substations by people using hand tools arson firearms and metal chains. It says the incidents may be in response to an online call for attacks on power systems. And the FBI and Portland Oregon is out with a statement urging people to report any suspicious activity to police. As the investigation of what happened at those North Carolina substations continues, the power companies that keep your lights on around here are paying close attention. WTO reached out to Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE and while none of the company spoke of stepping up security specifically in response to the North Carolina situation, they all as you'd imagine are monitoring things. Dominion says it's talking with federal state and local law enforcement, intelligence agencies and industry peers to proactively assess what's happening a state over. BGE and Pepco both part of Exelon had a similar response and in a joint statement says they're constantly investing to make sure their systems are secured and they do drills to respond to evolving threats. Mike Murillo, WTO news. Coming up on WTO, a mother shot and killed while driving with her kids in the backseat I'm Neil, or I can stay. It's one 43. Pay ARS cards for kids. With car prices at an all time high, our donors are now getting highest receipts ever. Don't miss out for

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01:35 min | 4 months ago

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"Box after box. And trucked them to freezers with power, just in time. Another day or so, from another day would go bad. They saved enough food to feed the school's 700 kids for two weeks. At CBS News correspondent Mark strassmann. Duke Energy says it is ahead of schedule making the repairs and could restore power by late Wednesday or late today. CBS News is also confirming the existence of a bulletin issued from local and federal law enforcement in Oregon, warning of attacks to power grids following recent incidents in Oregon and Washington state in part, the memo reads power companies in Oregon and Washington have reported physical attacks on substations using hand tools, arson, firearms, and metal chains, possibly in response to an online call for attacks on critical infrastructure The story was first reported by news nation. It's 1242, and as the investigation in North Carolina continues power companies around here are keeping a close eye on things. Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE all as you'd expect say they're aware of what's going on in North Carolina and statements WTO all say they're constantly talking to law enforcement at all levels, intelligence agencies and many others. None of the companies spoke about beefing up security specifically in response to the outages south of here Pepco and BGE, though, which are both part of excellence, says they're always running regular drills to repair for all kinds of threats, and we'll be ready to respond quickly if needed. Mike Morello, WTO news. Coming up on WTO, what comes around goes around. WTO national security correspondent JJ green with the latest on the

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02:05 min | 4 months ago

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"Water distribution for those who need it, CBS Mark strassman reports. More than 750 people received boxes of giveaway groceries from the North Carolina food bank. Michael chambers told us he had to toss perishable food worth $500. Trying to pay some power to get back on. Investigators now say, one person has died during this power crisis, but it's not entirely clear whether that death was caused by this ongoing outage. Duke Energy says it's ahead of schedule making repairs it could restore power by tomorrow night, and there are fears that this may be a pattern now that more attacks on electrical systems are being reported in other states, CBS News is confirming tonight that a bulletin issued by local and federal law enforcement in Oregon warns of attacks to power grids following recent incidents in Oregon and Washington state. The bulletin says power companies in both states have reported physical attacks on electrical substations by people using everything from hand tools, arson, firearms, and metal chains. It says the incidents may be in response to an online call for attacks on power systems. And the FBI in Portland Oregon is out with a statement, urging people to report any suspicious activity to police. As the investigation into what happened in those North Carolina substation issues, the power companies that keep your lights on around this area are paying close attention. WTO reached out to Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE and while none of the company spoke of stepping up security specifically in response to the North Carolina situation, they all as you'd imagine are monitoring things. Dominion says it's talking with federal state and local law enforcement, intelligence agencies and industry peers to proactively assess what's happening a state over. BGE and Pepco both part of Exelon had a similar response and in a joint statement says they're constantly investing to make sure their systems are secured and they do drills to respond to evolving threats. Mike Morello, WTO news. Coming up on WTO P and update on terps basketball, 9 43. Importers

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03:01 min | 4 months ago

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"Hi, if I'm in the army, not in the navy, am I still eligible for membership? Yes, you are. What about my sister in the air force? Her two. And my dad's a marine. We serve all branches of the military, veterans, and their families. My dog is a retired military working dog. I see what I can do. To find out if you're eligible at navy federal dot org, navy federal credit union, our members are the mission. Ensured by NCA. This is WTO news. It's 8 23. Crews in North Carolina are making progress restoring power to the tens of thousands of people without it since a pair of substations were shot up over the weekend. Governor Roy Cooper says everyone in more counties should be back online by Thursday morning. About 35,000 customers in the county are still out that's down from a peak of about 45,000 after the Saturday night shootings. The search continues for the person or people responsible for the attack and no motive has been given by police. More county sheriff office deputy Richard mannis. We're looking at every angle, our tip line has been very, very active in the last 24 hours. As the investigation continues in North Carolina, power companies around here are keeping close eye on things. Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE all as you'd expect say they're aware of what's going on in North Carolina and statements WTO all say they're constantly talking to law enforcement at all levels, intelligence agencies and many others. None of the companies spoke about beefing up security specifically in response to the outages south of here, Pepco and BGE, though, which are both part of excellence, says they're always running regular drills to repair for all kinds of threats, and we'll be ready to respond quickly if needed. Mike moreo WTO news. The captain of the giant cargo ship that got stuck in the Chesapeake Bay earlier this year has had his license suspended the decision by the Maryland board of pilots was made in October, but not released until today. Steven was captain of the ever forward when it got stuck in the mud back in March, unsticking the ship took 35 days. A state official says a thorough review of evidence and expert analysis led to the board's decision. German will have a chance to formally challenge it in a hearing. It's being called a rare and amazing discovery, beach erosion in Florida has uncovered a possible wooden ship from the 1800s. Severe beach erosion from two late season hurricanes have helped uncover what appears to be a wooden ship dating from the 1800s on Florida's east coast. It had been buried under the sand of Daytona Beach shores for up to two centuries, impervious to cars that drove daily on the beach or the sand castles built by generations of tourists, beachgoers, and lifeguards discovered the wooden structure between 80 feet to 100 feet, poking out of the sand over Thanksgiving weekend digging team members went from using shovels to trowels and then their hands as more of the frame was exposed and archeological team leader says he is convinced the structure is a shipwreck because of how it's constructed. I'm Lisa dwyer

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02:06 min | 4 months ago

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"Out tap sports bar for music food and drink specials every Sunday. I'll be 21, please play responsibly for help visit any gambling help dot org or what hunter gambler. This is WTO news. At 7 23 power is expected to be restored by late tomorrow night in a North Carolina county that's been in the dark for days after an attack on a power grid. The outages started Saturday night after police say someone drove up to two electric substations and fired at them with a gun or guns who did it? Well, that's still under investigation, though more county commission chairman Nick persono had a message for them. Whoever the perpetrator is, I can assure you I hope they turn the power off in the cell they put you in. 35,000 people still without power there. Meantime, as the investigation into what happened at those North Carolina substations continues, the power companies that keep your lights on around here are paying close attention. WTO reached out to Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE and while none of the company spoke of stepping up security specifically in response to the North Carolina situation, they all as you'd imagine are monitoring things. Dominion says it's talking with federal state and local law enforcement, intelligence agencies and industry peers to proactively assess what's happening a state over. BGE and Pepco both part of Exelon had a similar response and in a joint statement says they're constantly investing to make sure their systems are secured and they do drills to respond to evolving threats. Mike Murillo WTO news. The captain of the giant cargo ship that ran aground in the Chesapeake Bay earlier this year has had his license suspended. The decision by the Maryland board of pilots was made in October, but it was not released until today, Steven was captain of the ever forward when it got stuck in the mud back in March, unsticking that ship took 35 days, a state official says a thorough review of evidence and expert analysis led to the board's decision, will have a chance to formally challenge it in a hearing. 7 25 money news. At 25 and 55, here's Joan dogger. This is a Bloomberg money minute. It's a big blow to met a platform's ad selling formula

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01:57 min | 4 months ago

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"Prevent the next rail crisis, Congress and the STB need to get to the heart of the matter quickly. Paid for by the American chemistry council. You're listening to WTO neighbors. It is 5 23. The captain of the giant cargo ship that ran aground in the Chesapeake Bay earlier this year has had his license suspended. That decision today by the Maryland board of pilots actually was made back in October, but not released until today. Steven was captain of the ever forward when it got stuck in the mud back in March unsticking the ship took 35 days, a state official says the thorough review of evidence and expert analysis led to the board's decision, German will have a chance to formally challenge it in a hearing. Power is expected to be restored by tomorrow night in a North Carolina county that has been without power for days after an attack on the power grid. The outages started Saturday night after authorities say someone drove up to two electric substations and fired at them with a gun or guns. 35,000 people are still in the dark, but Duke Energy says nearly all customers should have that power back. 1159 on Wednesday. As the investigation into what happened at those North Carolina substations continues, the power companies to keep your lights on around here are paying close attention. WTO reached out to Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE and while none of the company spoke of stepping up security specifically in response to the North Carolina situation, they all, as you'd imagine, are monitoring things. Dominion says it's talking with federal state and local law enforcement, intelligence agencies and industry peers to proactively assess what's happening a state over. BGE and Pepco both part of Exelon had a similar response and in a joint statement says they're constantly investing to make sure their systems are secured and they do drills to respond to evolving threats. Mike Morello, WTO news. Money news of 25 and 55 after the hour, here's Jeff claw. Another tough day for the markets that I'll finish today down 351.01%

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03:01 min | 4 months ago

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"Lost more than 350 voids today, who gets the last 7 47. I'm Jeff cable. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. You go in for that last 7 47 days. If I'm going to need a couple partners, you know, maybe some limited people to help out. We can do a little share. All right. You know of it. World Cup soccer Portugal blows out Switzerland 6 one Gonzalo Ramos scores three goals while starting in the place of christiano Ronaldo also advancing Morocco, who upset Spain by prevailing in penalty kicks three nothing after the two nations finished extra time scoreless. NFL the Los Angeles Rams claimed quarterback Baker Mayfield off of waivers from Carolina ravens QB Lamar Jackson's week to week after sprinting a knee ligament in Sunday's win over Denver. Men's college basketball 13th ranked Maryland meets Wisconsin and 6 foot 9 weapon Tyler wall coach Kevin Willard. His motors off the charts. He doesn't on both ends. I don't think he gets enough credit what he does on both ends, but then they post up wall and crowell and then you have Chucky Hepburn going off hitting 30 footers. Badgers ranked second of the big tenant shooting the three pointer 9 p.m. start number three Virginia faces James Madison at 7, same game time for George Mason and Maryland eastern shore, Americans at mount saint Mary's. Baseball's winter meetings nationals yet to make a major move tonight they learned while they were pick in the 2023 major league draft the first year they're holding a lottery. Dave Preston WTO sports. All right, Dave, thanks for 47 cruising. North Carolina are making progress restoring power to the tens of thousands of residents who lost it after a substation was shot up over the weekend a situation that authorities have called intentional governor Roy Cooper says everyone Ian more county should be back online by Thursday morning. About 35,000 customers in the county are still out that's down from a peak of 45,000. The search continues for the person or people responsible for the attack and no motive has been given by police. As the situation in North Carolina unfolds, power companies around here are keeping a close eye on things. Dominion Energy Pepco and BGE all as you'd expect say they're aware of what's going on in North Carolina and statements WTO all say they're constantly talking to law enforcement at all levels, intelligence agencies and many others. None of the companies spoke about beefing up security specifically in response to the outages south of here, Pepco and BGE, though, which are both part of excellence as they're always running regular drills to repair for all kinds of threats, and we'll be ready to respond quickly if needed. Mike Murillo WTO news. That one of the top stories we're working on for you double E TOP breaking news this afternoon Donald Trump's company has been convicted of tax fraud will have a special report in just minutes. A warning from fairfax county's health department after an apparent outbreak of gastrointestinal illness in school. Georgia voters are turning out in a big way to pick a U.S. senator in the high stakes runoff race between Rafael Warnock and Herschel Walker. Keep it here on WTO for full details in the minutes ahead. It's four 48. Traffic

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02:57 min | 8 months ago

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"Can't afford to wait. No one understands us more than our plumbers. I think most customers love us because when they call in someone answers the phone and it's a real person, I've had multiple customers say, I called you guys this morning and you were able to get out today and that's just awesome. I want to promise of same day service 7 days a week isn't just an option. It's who we are. Just call them apart sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. 6 45, let's check in with Dave Preston. Sean, I'm looking outside. Do you see any silver linings? Not yet. I see one at Wrigley Field. The nationals come up short against the Chicago Cubs four two, but the silver lining saw 30 year old rookie joint and asked his Homer for the fourth time in 7 games for manager Davey Martinez. It's awesome. And he's working some really good at bats it really is. I mean, and we saw what he did in the modern leagues. Driving the ball. But you always got a great approach up there, you know, with two strikes you see him trying to stay on the ball and hit the ball the other way. When he gets ahead of the count, I mean, he really could use the baseball. That's about 39 games under 536 and a half games behind the NL east leading New York mets who beat Cincinnati ten to two Orioles are now tied for the final wild card spot of the American League after Tampa Bay. Tumbles to Milwaukee for three and ten innings. Birds and Toronto right now in the middle of a rain delay at Camden yards. Women's soccer Washington spirit faced the Portland thorns at 7 30 NFL commanders practicing at Ashburn as head coach Ron Rivera likes how quarterback Carson Wentz is learning and leading this August commander's host Carolina Saturday in pre season play. Dave Preston WTO sports. All right, Dave, thanks. On the top stories we're following for you right now on WTO, it is the weather and the national weather service has issued a series of flash flood warnings all across our region affecting D.C. and the Maryland and Virginia closing suburbs. And these are in effect for the next few hours, heavy rank continues to fall in much of the region particularly on the eastern edge of our listening area along the western bay shoreline to south of Annapolis all the way down into saint Mary's county. Now, we also have power outages about 17,000 customers out at last report as reported by Dominion Energy Pepco BGE and smeco and we have delays on our regional airports. So stay with WTO for the latest on that. In other news, the Justice Department is charging Iranian operative and a plot to assassinate former Trump national security adviser John Bolton and WTO has learned former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was a second target in the plot. And former president Trump has refused to answer questions during a deposition today in New York City as part of the New York attorney general civil investigation into the Trump organization's business practices. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes

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