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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

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01:39 min | 2 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"There. Every day there are more and more people infected with the new sub variant of the coronavirus and monkeypox cases are slowly ticking up. A local doctor blames the rising number of viral infections on a poor approach to public health. There is a connection between the virus, so says doctor Joshua sharfstein, professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health. One of the reasons COVID has been so difficult is because we have a very weak approach to public health in this country. One of the reasons monkeypox wasn't contained so quickly and why it poses such a threat is because we have a weak approach to public health in this country. And he says the country has coasted on a very well funded healthcare system with the majority of money going to health. But we are paying the price in the context of these emergencies because it's just not enough to take care of people who got severe disease. We really want to prevent illness. That's what allows people to live their lives. That's the real value of public health. And Kramer, WTO P news. There could be a new treatment option for a deadly cancer that affects children, neuroblastoma. New research from Visa used massive center has shown that a novel targeted therapy could be effective against the cancer. Neuroblastoma develops in the nerve tissue usually in the glands around the kidneys, high risk cases are responsible for the most cancer related deaths in children 5 years old and younger, the new research is in the journal cell reports. The greenbelt police officers who shot an injured man with a knife in May are now back on duty. They responded to a home on plateau place for a report of a suicidal man. They shot 46 year old Kenneth littlefield as he got out of his home because they say he raised a knife at them. An internal investigation determined the officer's use of force was within departmental

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Me Mom's dad's children's family members about how those folks in Buffalo feel today when they got the call Among those honored was police officer George Gonzalez The Pentagon police officer who was stabbed to death last year Baltimore police officer Keanu holley who died in an ambush attack and Corporal Christine Lin Peters of greenbelt police who died after being struck by a car The U.S. capitol is getting ready to welcome more visitors as the country hopes to put the worst of the pandemic behind us A tour of the U.S. capitol is a Rite of passage for many high school students and sightseers but tours were abruptly shut down at the outset of the pandemic in March 2020 some small groups returned this spring in a wider reopening begins may 30th but Senate sergeant arms Karen Gibson warned senators normal operations by wait until 2023 There's a shortage of officers due to retirements and resignations after COVID in January 6th I too am eager to reopen the capital in the way that it was before the pandemic U.S. capitol police are recruiting and seeking to hire to fill the vacancies Scott McFarland CBS News Capitol Hill Pennsylvania lieutenant governor John fetterman says his bid for U.S. Senate is moving forward despite having suffered a stroke Friday Veterans campaign says he is on his way to a full recovery He is the leading Democrat in the state's high profile Senate race Pennsylvania represents one of the best opportunities in the nation for Democrats to pick up a Senate seat The state's primary is Tuesday Finland is ready to join NATO That's according to the country's president and prime minister who announced Finland will officially apply for membership Sweden's ruling party has also backed joining NATO U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke about the possible new applications at a meeting of NATO ministers Allies.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:01 min | 5 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"In Parties and patchy fog developing by daybreak with a low in the 50s We're at 56 right now in our nation's capital The Tuesday morning to you and the lady thank you for taking us along for your morning ride topping the local stories we're looking at for you this morning a stunning report from Politico this week who has obtained apparently a draft opinion that was written by justice Samuel Alito overturning roe V wade The 1973 landmark decision that protected the right to an abortion on the federal level In an opinion Alito apparently wrote that roe was egregiously wrong from the start and that it is time to heed the constitution and return of the issue of abortion to the people's elected representative Barriers went up around the Supreme Court almost minutes after Politico's report dropped late last night Crowds gathering shortly after This morning NBC four's Amy Cho joining WTO from last night outside the Supreme Court where people will protest him You've seen a lot of acre and sadness in the crowd some folks at time in tears Many people here tell me they are heartbroken by the prospect of trophy weight being overturned They also say they are worried about being able to access reproductive healthcare She adds this morning that's not everyone there is in protest at least one person she found tells her they are thrilled by the prospect of roe V wade being overturned Stay tuned A man who was shot by police outside a green belt home is in stable condition at the hospital this early morning We're also learning here at WTO What led to the two officers opening fire in the first place The man had called 9-1-1 to say he was suicidal when officers got to the plateau place home they began speaking with him and noticed he had a knife with a 6 inch blade in his hand according to Hannah Glasgow at greenbelt police The man she says then refused commands to put the knife down The male subject then rapidly exited the residence toward the officers and raised the weapon at that time both officers discharged their weapons Witnesses tell WTO they heard four to 5 shots within a minute of officers responding It happened really quickly Glasgow says the two officers who opened fire on administrative leave as the department examines their response prince George's county police are investigating the shooting Mike Morello WTO news WTO news time now two O 5 if you are struggling we want to remind with thoughts of suicide or worried about a friend or loved one help is available All you need to do is call the national suicide prevention lifeline at one 802 7 three talk That's the national suicide prevention lifeline at one 8 zero zero two 7 three and the word talk to News time Now two O 6 a former UVA lacrosse player from Chevy Chase who beat his girlfriend to death back in 2010 is now ordered this week by jury to pay $15 million in a wrongful death lawsuit George hughley is serving a 23 prison sentence right now in the killing of yardley love of Baltimore county after being convicted of second degree murder in the case back in 2012 Hugh Lee and love both played lacrosse at UVA and had an off again on again relationship before hughley drunkenly killed her The lawsuit originally sought about $30 million For four days back in March you'll remember protesting truckers tangled traffic around here as D.C. police blocked them from entering the heart of the city Now some of the truckers are suing we hear accusing the city of violating their First Amendment rights In their lawsuit in federal court truckers who had assembled in Hagerstown to mount their D.C. protest were repeatedly kept out of the district when police closed three 95 and two 95 entrance ramps into the downtown area The truckers were protesting COVID emergency regulations and other policies The lawsuit on behalf of 13 people from states including Pennsylvania West Virginia California and Wisconsin charges that the police blockades denied them their constitutionally protected right to free speech Particularly on WTO P news A group leader tells The Daily Beast this week the people's convoy will return to our area later this week with in his words teeth and backbone A Daily Beast report says that convoy participants have become increasingly violent He had two O 7 Can you believe it's been two years since I started my weight loss journey with coper 50 plus pounds later and I can honestly say it's the best thing I've ever done for myself The only thing I wish is that I'd done it sooner I spent years depressed about my weight but not actually doing anything about it I figured it my age what's the point Two years later I'll tell you the point My clothes fit better my confidence is back in my health issues are gone And I know I'm not alone with co pair Not only do you get a health coach for life even after you finish the program but I hear from so many WTO listeners about how coper has changed their lives too I mean come on we're getting out more whether it's back to the office 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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"When greenbelt police responded here to plateau place to report of a suicidal person after arriving police officers opened fire but so far no details on what led to the shooting had been released It's just sad Joanne ward came outside of her home when she saw the police cars coming in then she heard four to 5 gunshots she says Then she saw a man laying on the ground He was laying down over there but they said he was still alive And what we heard is he was still alive so I'm just praying that he's okay and he gets the help if he needs The man was taken to the hospital his condition is not known In greenbelt Mike Morello WTO P news Coming up for you in money news Marcus are moving a little lower The number one citrus fruit by sales is about to get squeezed on Jeff claymore Now traffic at weather on the 8s we have Rita Kessler in the WTO traffic center Watch for delays on northbound 95 in Virginia approaching and passing route three in Fredericksburg possibly some crash activity then more of an off and on volume from Quantico are actually from 6 ten garrisonville road headed into triangle due to an earlier work zone than the delay from lorton into newington closer to the fairfax county park To the franconia Springfield Parkway is where the left lane was blocked with a mobile work crew Southbound slows crossing the aka Kwan eastbound 66 a delay from one 23 toward nutley street This is the work on the left side The westbound delay is after nutley headed past one 23 toward route 50 This is the work on the right side If you're on the beltway it is the outer lip of the beltway delays out of Tyson's heading towards 66 with the work in the right lane In Maryland two 70 no reported issues 95 looks good between the beltways the Baltimore Washington Parkway northbound just brief volume Headed past powder mill road Marilyn 7 25 and upper Marlboro which is both mainstream and old Marlboro pike near Largo road or two O two You were under police direction for a crash involving a dump truck on its side in the district D.C. two 95 south pencils from bening to Pennsylvania avenue northbound soldiers from the 11th street bridge to Pennsylvania avenue you lose the left lane both ways with the work and Massachusetts avenue has the delays in both directions headed toward waterside drive The road is blocked between 34th and 24th streets northwest due to a gas leak so expect to be under redirection Marylanders 12 and older max your vacs with a COVID-19 booster visit COVID link Marilyn dot gov for more information on booster eligibility brought to you by the Maryland Department of Health I'm Rita Kessler WTO P traffic And now we turn to storm team fours Mike's Jennifer A very nice spring after it across the region a good deal of sunshine and warmer temperatures has the right in the mid 70s across the far northern suburbs of low 80s south Ferris guys at mile this evening after Van Dyck will turn cloudy with some patchy fog developing and loads of being the 50s to around 60 A good deal of cloud cover on Tuesday but dry until at least sunset high zone of its 70s showers in Savannah's storms on Wednesday high speed mid to upper 70s partly sunny Coulomb on Thursday with a high near 70 I'm storm team four meteorologist Mike Jennifer Right now in Washington we have plenty of sunshine our temperature in northwest at 72° 76 at.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Participation may vary can not be combined with combo meal Back to Rick McClure with traffic Back around the capitol that way Michelle is still moving well without issue through Maryland and Virginia other than a few potholes here and there No issues reported just be aware Maryland I two 72 and from Frederick no problems I 95 no problems there either And the beatable you Parkway with some ever changing weekend volume slowdowns this time along the southbound side will below speed after route one 97 through Laurel towards greenbelt Police are still with the crash over Rockville last check It was affecting east gooey drive both ways at the route 28 north road sing lane was getting you by each way at last check Authorities are still with the crash cleanup up and crafting that had a single end getting by in both directions along northbound route three to four cranton boulevard near the country club there so the cleanup is underway Over in Virginia 66 and three 95 no problems there I 95 had a couple of volumes slowdowns mainly on the southbound side through parts of woodbridge that hasn't changed since our last report You're good on the northbound side coming up from Fredericksburg had a crash over in Arlington police checking both sides of Lee highway at old dominion drive for it and through the district of getting a report of a structure fire in northwest that's affecting the historic section of U street between 12th and 13th streets be aware And elsewhere the district took it on the freeway and the two 95s are holding up nicely This is your windy's wake up call get a better breakfast when you buy any breakfast sandwich and get it any size drink in Wendy's cup free or in the windy cup free Limited time only at participating U.S. Wendy's during breakfast hours Rick McClure WT will be traffic And here's Samara Theodore with your forecast Hartley cloudy tonight with temperatures falling into the 20s It's going to be a cold start Monday morning and we're keeping a close eye on a disturbance that's got a small chance.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:37 min | 9 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Saturday showers and mild and highs will be in the low to mid 60s I'm stormed in for a meteorologist by ten of her Might be seeing a little bit of rain right now near Gaithersburg and Germantown It's 49° in annandale 49 in college park and 45 in Aldi at 8 40 It has been nothing short of chaotic for many travelers looking to fly after Christmas We're now heading into the 5th day of flight cancellations and delays due to airline workers testing positive for COVID Over 700 flights in the U.S. are canceled today including several in our region 16 flights of dulles airport are canceled Tanner delayed at PWI Marshall 12 flights have been canceled ten or delayed and at Reagan national ten flights are canceled in 15 or delayed as always it's best to check your flight status before you head to the airport The Pentagon is extending its maximum telework policy for employees until the end of January in response to the omicron variant The Pentagon will remain at health protection condition bravo plus which it's been at since September the Department of Defense is also extending its limits on visitors They don't like everything in it but one group is going along with most of what's in the freshly signed national defense authorization law Federal news networks Tom Tim and has more The bill signed Monday by President Biden gets the qualified endorsement of the federal managers association The group representing mid level supervisory federal employees says it supports the bill overall but FMA president Craig Carter says the association doesn't like that it cuts from two years to one year the probationary period for new Defense Department civilian employees A study of the one year policy has not yet made it to Congress Tommen federal news network A big fight at a green belt restaurant to send one man to the hospital Just after 9 30 last night greenbelt police say a fight broke out at the hook and reel Cajun seafood bar When officers broke up the fight police say they found a man suffering from critical stab wounds He was taken by helicopter to the hospital Police say no suspect is in custody The hit documentary Tiger king is sparked another lawsuit Netflix and the producers of Tiger king are getting hit with a copyright infringement lawsuit for using clips of the movie ace Ventura when nature calls It was two clips featuring a monkey and an elephant that ran for a total of 5 seconds but Morgan creek production says Tiger king producers never got permission to use them They want $300,000 in damages Tiger king star Carole Baskin also sued Netflix last month claiming it used footage of her without permission in its second season The streamer immediately slammed her suit it hasn't commented on the copyright claims Monica rix CBS News and still.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:44 min | 9 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"The national museum of African art the national postal museum the anacostia community museum and the national museum of Asian art will be closed The Smithsonian says it'll reallocate staff to other museums to keep them open for the remainder of the week Maps establishing new congressional and state legislative districts are now in place in Virginia and they'll have an impact on some current lawmakers Two democratic local members of Congress saw their districts change under the new maps Jennifer Weston's tenth congressional district still includes loudon county and parts of Prince William county but now extends to Falk here and rappahannock counties 7th district representative Abigail spanberger is affected more She no longer lives in the district under the new boundaries that now includes among other areas the other part of Prince William county and all the Stafford county a bipartisan commission could not agree on the new boundaries so two special masters were appointed to draw the maps The state Supreme Court signed off on their recommendations Kyle Cooper W TOP news President Biden could appease progressives by choosing Sarah bloom Raskin for a top role at the Federal Reserve The Wall Street Journal reports the administration is eyeing Raskin to become the Central Bank's vice chairwoman of supervision which is the government's most influential overseer of the U.S. banking system Raskin is a Democrat a former fed governor and Treasury Department official and is married to Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin I want to put some money on today's Maryland Virginia tech bowl game both D.C. and Virginia have legalized sports betting through mobile apps In Virginia it's already generated over $14 million in tax revenue this year but it'll be a while before that kind of betting is legalized in Maryland The rollout of sports betting in Maryland has been slow In the last few weeks 5 casinos around the state were finally approved to take cash wagers the next step is going to be the mobile vetting as well Maryland governor Larry Hogan says that'll have the most significant impact in terms of generating tax revenue But right now the state still hasn't finalized regulations surrounding mobile betting nor how mobile app operators could even apply for such a license Applications have to then come in and be reviewed and then we go through our normal vetting and qualification process John Morton's the director of the Maryland lottery and gaming control agency So yeah it's going to take several months The hope is by the 2022 football season John Doe and WTO P news A big fight at a green belt restaurant has sent one man to the hospital Just after 9 30 last night greenbelt police say a fight broke out at the hook and real Cajun seafood bar When officers broke up the fight police say they found a man suffering from critical stab wounds He was taken by helicopter to the hospital police say no suspect is in custody Still ahead on yet another day of flight cancellations It's 6 13 Hi.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Glass Trials underway for a man accused of killing his wife and blaming her death on a Baltimore panhandler Police say Keith Smith told him that his wife Jacqueline was trying to give money to the panhandler when she was robbed and stabbed to death three years ago But something wasn't adding up an assistant DA telling a jury this week his story in details changed and inconsistencies became apparent Smith is charged with first degree murder and weapons offenses His lawyer telling jurors the inconsistencies don't prove Smith killed his wife Chris the Mayo Fox News All around the region car thefts and car jackings are up and while you can't totally eliminate the odds you'll become a victim you can take some steps to reduce those odds In any location where cars are going to be for an extended period of time we do see that auto theft and that from auto and carjacking numbers spike a little bit Hannah Glasgow was spokeswoman for greenbelt police says that's because the crooks know that's where lots of potential targets might be So her advice is to park in well in areas If you're parking your vehicle somewhere make sure there isn't don't leave any valuables in the vehicle Make sure your vehicle is locked And police say if someone approaches you with a weapon you're better off giving up your vehicle and then calling the cops rather than trying to fight back John Doe man There's a new phone scam we want to tell you about tonight Virginia state police say criminals are cloning the phone numbers of its loudon county Leesburg office Person doing it says that they are trooper sergeant Johnson and they tell you you need to pay up to avoid arrest The advice from police tonight just hang up it's a scam For three weeks this month thousands.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Than a diner Rick McClure You'll be traffic Not a storm team four and Samara Theodore Getting to Claire overnight with temperatures down in the low 30s tomorrow plenty of sunshine with highs near 50° For your Sunday Night showers are likely to move in and set up shop for our Monday highs on Monday will be in the mid to upper 60s A lot of clouds and a chance for showers Tuesday a mix of sun and clouds with highs only in the low 40s a big dip there and then Tuesday night into Wednesday morning some areas to the west could actually see a little bit of a rain snow mix Otherwise some showers are possible and likely throughout the day on Wednesday highs on Wednesday in the low 40s I'm stormed in fort meteorologist Samara Theodore Washington tonight we've got 44 in Rockville 48 in district heights 50° tonight in Ashburn the forecast is brought to you by dulles glass for all your glass mirror and showered or needs visit dulles glass dot com dulles glass love your glass 6 51 All around the region car thefts and car jackings are up and while you can't totally eliminate the odds that you'll become a victim you'll take you can take some steps to reduce those odds In any location where cars are going to be for an extended period of time we do see that auto theft and that from auto and carjacking numbers spike a little bit Hannah Glasgow was spokeswoman for greenbelt police says that's because the crooks know that's where lots of potential targets might be So her advice is to park in well in areas If you're parking your vehicle somewhere make sure there isn't don't leave any valuables in the vehicle Make sure your vehicle is locked And police say if someone approaches you with a weapon you're better off giving up your vehicle and then calling the cops rather than trying to fight back John Doe man WTP news Another phone scam to alert you to Virginia state police say criminals are cloning the phone numbers of its loudon county Leesburg office the person doing it says that they are trooper sergeant Johnson and they tell you you need to pay up and avoid arrest the advice is It's just hang up It's a scam That's what police want you to know tonight An accused cop impersonator is in big trouble This after the Stafford county sheriff's office he says he used red and blue lights he equipped his Dodge Durango with it to run a stop sign What he didn't realize is his car is the car they almost hit during running the sign was an off duty County sheriff's deputy So the deputy called in the tags and is on duty colleagues caught up with a 29 year old whose name is philbert Contreras junior He's now facing a long list of charges 6 53 now in Washington money news coming up What's all the buzz about nasal irrigation and navaja Nawaz Nawaz Here's the science Airborne germs invade through your nose when your nose gets clogged it's less effective in germs multiply Eventually your immune system can get overwhelmed and you get sick Nawaz pulls out the bad stuff so you can breathe better Sleep deeper snore less and feel healthier At Walgreens CVS.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:41 min | 10 months ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Priuses not related This time we don't believe that those incidents from Sunday and Monday are linked Now the first shooting early Sunday actually happened about a mile and a half from here It was followed by the carjacking less than an hour later While Monday's incident saw a man shot while he was getting robbed of his vehicle here Hannah Glasgow a spokeswoman for greenbelt police which plans to step up patrols at the green belt metro station Officers will be in the area a little bit more definitely looking since we know that it's happening No arrests have been made in either case yet at the greenbelt metro John Doe and W TOP news A man who was shot over the weekend in manassas has now died and the woman who police say is responsible is now charged with murder Prince William county police say 49 year old Travis dear dwarf got into an argument Saturday night with 56 year old Lisa Meyers at their home on Bradford lane They say it's the two are arguing Myers went into a bedroom grabbed a gun and shot dear dwarf who died yesterday Myers is charged with second degree murder and is being held without bond Two O 5 first it was too expensive Then it was too tough to get approved Well now a multi-million dollar project involving an aging tunnel in Baltimore is being called a game changer for jobs the economy and even cutting traffic The 126 year old Howard street tunnel in Baltimore was seen as the bottleneck in the supply chain when it came to getting goods from the port of Baltimore on to freight rail and off to market Now a $466 million project that allows the tunnel to accommodate rail containers stacked one on top of the other is underway Governor Larry Hogan It will reduce fuel consumption by a 137 million gallons and it will help reduce congestion and emissions all along the I 95 corridor The groundbreaking occurred one day before the current gathering of the national governor's association in Annapolis where the topic of the three day summit is infrastructure Kate Ryan After a report of a sewage overflow the Maryland department of environment has issued an emergency order closing part of the Potomac river off saint Mary's county to shellfish harvesting That order was issued today it applies to about 180 acres of the Potomac river offshore from the saint George island area of saint Mary's county It became effective immediately to prevent the harvesting of oysters and other shellfish the spill was reported to md today and inspector was sent to the site Coming up after traffic and weather It was just awesome Power lifting records being set by a 74 year old woman in Maryland I'm Nick ain't Ellie Two O 7 If you're responded to the 2020 senses used a credit card or open a bank account then.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Are driven by Fitzgerald Auto Mall shop fits first and save money choose from thousands of used cars and trucks. Does it fit small dot com That's the fits way I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. Storm team for meteorologists, Chuck Bell. Gotta love all that sunshine out there. Temperatures well above average this afternoon. Enjoy. We can't keep the warm, dry weather around much longer. Sonny and 53 today well behind your 50 degrees again tomorrow, But there will not be any sunshine for your Friday and an increasing chance for rain by Friday afternoon and especially Friday evening. What about the weekend will be dry first thing Saturday morning, but a passing shower is likely on Saturday afternoon. I'm storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for w T o P more sunshine in our temperature up to 49 degrees in northwest Washington. We're climbing into the fifties this afternoon. Double d t o P A 12 11 now new information today, the city of Greenbelt, saying a police officer who was critically injured in a crash about two weeks ago has now died. Master Police Officer Christine Peters was hit by a vehicle while on the scene of a crash near the intersection of Edmonson Road and Sunnyside Road on January. 2nd Peters was a 22 year veteran of Greenbelt police. After previously working at the University of Maryland police officer. The accident remains under investigation by U. S. Park police. It was nearly four years ago when a newly commissioned army officer who was black was stabbed on the campus of the University of Maryland by a white man today. The man convicted of the 2017 murder of army second Lieutenant Richard.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Com. With Allstate you can really save. Find out just how much you can save today. Visit all ST dot com or call an agent to get a quote. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p. Traffic storm team for meteorologists Chuck Bell Dry Weather on Tap For today, Sunshine a beautiful Thursday afternoon. Today's I 53 Skies will remain clear this evening so temperatures will quickly draw Up into the forties. Not long after the sun goes down, which is a 10 minutes past five o'clock overnight temperatures fall to around the freezing mark and then four year Friday clouds moving in very quickly after sunrise and a likelihood of some raindrops here tomorrow afternoon and a burst of study a rain on Friday evening between, say six and 10 p.m.. Brought the afternoon so I only around 50 degrees. Colder weather settles in for the weekend. Saturday morning, mid thirties but dry Saturday afternoon a passing shower to not out of the question temperatures only in the mid forties. Sunday would be drive from start to finish. That's the good news, but it'll be a gusty Northwest wind temperatures in the low forties Sunday afternoon, but Windchills staying in the thirties. I'm storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for w T. O p Partly sunny 47 degrees right now in Washington. Brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. 11 21. Now the city of Green Belt is mourning the loss of a police officer who died nearly two weeks after being hit by a car. Master Police Officer Christine Peters of Greenbelt Police Department, died early today after she was struck by a passing vehicle while on the scene of a crash near the intersection of Edmonson.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Hope on Sunday. We get a chance to go further kickoff. Is that a 20? Our coverage starts at seven. A New Year's Day Fire in Oxon Hill was no accident. Chiana Taliaferro, who lives in an apartment complex on Alice Avenue, admitted to the fire marshal that she started the fire in a bedroom of her apartment. The blaze in the building left 65 people homeless, but nobody was injured. Dahlia Pharaoh has been charged with felony arson and reckless endangerment. A Greenbelt police officer was hit by a car while assisting at a traffic accident on Edmondson Road last night. The department says the officer was airlifted to Medstar Hospital and is in critical condition. The car that ran into the officer stayed on the scene. If you drive through a school zone in Maryland, you'd better slow down Triple A mid Atlantic's John Townsend says. Speed cameras have still operating and may balance goes owns. All those schools are closed there. No Kids present in classrooms. So many persons are surprised when they receive these tickets in the mail Townsend as that Some people think the cameras. They're still giving out tickets because they make a lot of money for the state, But the state says the cameras are still on to keep people safe. Ban on plastic bags goes into effect on January 13th in Baltimore, retailers will no longer be able to bag a customer's items using them. The new rule also allows the retailer to charge customers for non plastic bags. W M A L News time is 604 now W e mail, traffic and weather from the Hadid carpet cleaning Traffic center. We have a new crash in Virginia on 95 Dr. Trying to make your way South bound. I went through the Chronicle area. You will be luggages. You are making a way towards dearest of a road with an incident just for the region. Courthouse Road, a parking lot of chronic congestion there. You might wanna avoid that. If about possible North found on 95. Still heavy congestion is coming. A friend expert you be more stop, go. Coming from milks Drive through friends. Berg, North bound congestion won't start to ease into your passing courthouse road type of boat waiting on the other hand, without incident or delay on the inner or the outer loop at the moment, I'm hearing Galbreath now pulverized a repair dock time. The W M A. L still march 7 for Captain. Rain's gonna be tapering off. Mostly cloudy skies tonight with some patchy areas of dress But we are down in the mid to low thirties and then on your Monday kicking off the first week 2021 not bad 46 degrees and.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"On Thursdays. Well, with mostly sunny skies. I'm starting for meteorologists. Amara Theater 37 degrees in Burke. We have 38 Potomac and 38 degrees in northwest D. C at 4 10 here at W. T. O p Greenbelt Police officer is in critical condition this afternoon after she was hit by a car while responding to an accident. It happened shortly after 10 last night on Edmonston Road north of Cherrywood Lane. The veteran officer was hit outside of her car She helped a U. S. Park Police officer respond to another crash That happened minutes earlier. Person that hit the officer remained on the scene. A memorial fund has been established in honor of Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin son who recently died at the age of 25. The Tommy Raskin Memorial Fund for people and Animals was launched with an initial contribution of $50,000. There will be a private funeral on Tuesday in a virtual public memorial service later this month. School system in Frederick County, Maryland, is taking precautions after an increase in local coronavirus cases. All small group in person instruction and winter sports practices are suspended for Frederick County Public schools as area sees a surgeon coronavirus cases. The school system says that starting on Monday, all instruction will be virtual. Until further notice. Teachers can still use the classrooms at schools to teach virtual lessons. But teleworking is encouraged. Students who need the Internet to access remote classes will still be allowed in school buildings, according to the school system. As of Sunday, Frederick County has an 11.2% 7 Day positivity rate for the coronavirus, Valerie Bonked. W T. O P. News. A new report shows that DCs economic recovery will take a while due in large part to a huge financial hit taken by restaurants and hotels. There's been so much financial pain and 2020, but DCs hospitality industry was hit especially hard with tax revenue from hotels and restaurants down a staggering 46%. A new report from the district's office of the chief financial officer shows that overall revenue in D C isn't expected to return to fiscal year 39th level until 2022 with the widespread deployment of vaccines and an economic recovery. Over the next three fiscal years. DC's economy is projected to take a $461 million revenue loss that's actually better than initially projected, with DCs expected revenue revised upward by more than 320 million. Nick I Nelly. W T. O P news. Big change affecting lots of metro system riders happen today. Metrobus is resuming fare collection and front door boarding writers had been using rear doors since March to protect bus drivers from the Corona virus. But Metro general manager Paul We'd a Feld says mask use shields for operators on every bus and enhanced daily cleanings mean front door boarding is safe. He also says Metro.

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Lauren Rickets. It's 38 degrees on Capitol Hill. Brought to you by patient first positions, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers at 3 40. Greenbelt Police officer is in critical condition hit by a car while responding to an accident in Greenbelt, Maryland, happened around 10 last night on Edmonston Road near Sunnyside Avenue. The officer was struck while outside of her car is she helped us Park police respond to a crash. The officer airlifted to the hospital in critical condition. Shooting guns in the air during holidays has become a dangerous tradition in many areas in Prince George's County, One woman says a nearby incident could have put her life in danger. Brenda Lightning, Tolbert was at her house in buoy cleaning on New Year's Day when she went into her back bedroom and realized something wasn't right. Like plaster on the floor. I saw this metal piece that heavy metal piece was a bullet, and they came right through the roof. She called police and an officer came by said that people just don't realize when they shoot a gun that the bullet is. It doesn't explode. It's gonna come back down when he says there are many ways to celebrate, But this is a dangerous one. Her message to everyone it make. No sense. Somebody could die. If nothing else is they shoot up in the air straight up in the air. That bullet could come down and kill you, Melissa. How w T o Penis. Like Children are in juvenile detention in Maryland at a high rate, even though the state's Department of Juvenile Services has seen a decline in admission to with seven detention center facilities across Maryland over the last 10 years. Maryland matters, reports that during the three fiscal years ending in 2019 black kids represented around 77% of the juvenile detention center admissions white Children made up less than 18% and Hispanic Children made up 6 to 7%. Local program is helping D C Children impacted by gun violence through our therapy, a program for elementary and middle school students is taking a unique approach to helping them through some real adult issues. The tray Ron Center at the Langston Lane Apartments in D. C. Went from an after school program to a full day learning pod during the pandemic Center president and founder Ryan Nick and sent in a video about the program. The Children need to be engaged in more serious conversations because they're the most vulnerable. The tray Ron Center offers help with schoolwork, mentoring and lessons in African American culture. Special art therapist meet with the students at the nonprofit to help a grief processing and give them a different kind of outlet for their healing. Valerie Bonked w T. O P News. Those who ride many commuter bus is in the region have been able to ride for free during the pandemic to keep passengers from boarding in the front. That free ride is about to end. Prince George's County says the bus will start charging fares again Monday as the county tries to get things a little closer to normal again. Passengers will board in the front again to now, the drivers will have protective barriers set up on their bosses to go with other safety protocols. Fares will be exactly a dollar as opposed to the dollar 25 that used to be charged on Sunday. Metrobus plans to re implement fares as well. Other regional bus systems are following suit masks will still be required in it. One feeling sick will be asked not to get on board John Dome and W T O P News writers on Arlington's art bus system will also have to pay starting today. Check sports next 3 43. Hi. I'm Patrick Singles owner. A new look home design..

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"L A Cumulus station NEWS Now Mail music noon. Good afternoon. I'm Heather occurred. It's happening now. The 117th Congress is convening much of the ceremony in crowds of an opening day of Congress will be absent. His lawmakers continue to follow pandemic protocols. Incoming freshmen are allowed Just one guest to watch swearing is in some Lawmakers are expected not to be here do the quarantine recommendations, The House allowed remote proxy voting for much of 2020. That rule is not in effect for 2021 yet meeting the first vote for speaker must be in person. California Democrat Nancy Pelosi is expected to win another term is House Speaker. Karen Halbert Fox News House Democratic Caucus chair. Congressman Hakeem Jeffries weighs in on Pelosi's ability to work with the narrow, Democratic House majority leader. Pelosi understands that a big 10 approach to getting things done on behalf of the American people is incredibly important. We taken that approach, not just internally but externally over the last several years with Jeffries on Fox News Sunday. Senator Ted Cruz, explaining why he and 10, other Republican senators and senators elect will challenge the electoral college results. When Congress meets this week to certify them. We ought to have a fair Inquiry a fair audit into these results and we and we ought to resolve these claims, not just dismiss him out of hand, crews tells Fox is Sunday morning futures. The emergency audit they're asking for could wrap up before Inauguration Day, Senator Bernie Sanders says in a statement. It will not work. Joe Biden will be president at noon on January 20th. Some grim news on the Coburg 19 front, The U. S death toll from the virus climbed above 350,000 people today, according to Johns Hopkins University. Some states, including North Carolina reported a record number of cases over the past few days. Ah Greenbelt police officer is in critical condition this afternoon after being hit by a car last night. Police say it happened while the officer was standing on Edmondson Road helping U. S Park police with the traffic accident. The car stayed there. If you drive through a school zone in Maryland, better slow down. Speed cameras are still operating and may balance go zone, so those schools are closed that no kids present in classroom. So many persons are surprised when they receive these tickets in the mail. Chevrolet Mid Atlantic Stone Town, Sin says. Some people think the cameras. They're still giving out tickets because those tickets make a lot of money. But the state says the cameras are still on to keep people safe. Washington football team coach Ron Rivera is hoping the team will beat the Eagles today. Ah win means the team will clinch the NFC East title and advance to the playoffs. We came a long way we did in spite of everything that happened. In 2020. This football team has come a long way. Can we go further? I hope so. I really do. I hope on Sunday we get a chance to go further. The team's planning to start quarterback Alex Smith, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Kickoffs at 8 20. Our coverage starts at seven with pre game coverage, traffic and weather. Next on W. M A L The latest numbers. We're seeing a rise in cases, openings and closings, all bars and restaurants statewide. And how the virus is impacting your world. We all have to do our part. As the Cupid situation changes. One thing stays the same. We falter. Now this deadly virus will strengthen count on us. Nothing is being done about hope it really This is ridiculous for the latest on Cupid 19..

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Shootout at Virginia Walmart injures three, including deputy

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Shootout at Virginia Walmart injures three, including deputy

"In Sterling ended with four people being shot, including a man who opened fire on store security and allowed in county sheriff's deputy This all happened yesterday afternoon. Security guards inside the store say they noticed a man stealing items and when allowed in county sheriff's deputy tried to take him into custody. It's alleged the suspect pulled out a gun and started shooting. Another deputy, then shot back. But even though he was hit, the suspect apparently stole a pickup truck. It was able to escape. Fairfax County Police found that suspect driving south on route 28 Shan Tilly just before the truck crashed. Everyone involved. The shootings were hospitalized with serious injuries, but they are all expected to be okay as well. So far, Loudon County sheriffs have not released the name of the suspect or the charges that he'll be facing. Greenbelt police

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"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"greenbelt police" Discussed on WTOP

"Showing up for a date and then getting robbed or even assaulted Mr discount if we say that's what's happening in the last three weeks officer George Matthews with green belt pulley says five people looking to meet up with the date format instead by one to four armed masked men Matthew says after chatting over over the the app app meet meet me me the the suspect suspect provides provides the the meeting meeting location location usually usually an an apartment apartment complex complex parking parking lot lot and and then then the the assailants assailants rob rob the the victim victim of of his his wallet wallet phone phone and and car car keys keys stranding stranding him there with no way to start his car and leave Matthew says a few victims have been assaulted as well anyone who knows more about these robberies arrests called rebel police Meghan clarity WTOP

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Washington D.C.: Greenbelt police investigate dating app robberies

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Washington D.C.: Greenbelt police investigate dating app robberies

"Showing up for a date and then getting robbed or even assaulted Mr discount if we say that's what's happening in the last three weeks officer George Matthews with green belt pulley says five people looking to meet up with the date format instead by one to four armed masked men Matthew says after chatting over over the the app app meet meet me me the the suspect suspect provides provides the the meeting meeting location location usually usually an an apartment apartment complex complex parking parking lot lot and and then then the the assailants assailants rob rob the the victim victim of of his his wallet wallet phone phone and and car car keys keys stranding stranding him there with no way to start his car and leave Matthew says a few victims have been assaulted as well anyone who knows more about these robberies arrests called rebel police Meghan clarity WTOP

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