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02:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Free estimate today. It's 6 11. Thousands of Afghans are in the U. S. Now starting their new lives on this week's episode of Our Podcast Colors. A dialogue on race in America with JJ Green Washington Post reporter Abigail House Loner discusses her article, New America and what she learned from Afghans and other immigrants who have been resettled here. One of the folks I spoke to is that the Iraqi American woman named Lou Bobble Coraci, and she's a pathologist. Dr Corey she. I thought she was. Is. She made just some of the most poignant points to me when we spoke about the racism that she's encountered here, and how it tell, and one of the anecdotes from her life was when she first arrived in Houston as a refugee in 2014 going to Walmart with her husband and their family and seeing some woman, a white woman who started shouting at her. Saying things you know about her headscarf about telling her. She wasn't welcome here to go back to where she came from, and he didn't know she speaks pretty good English. She didn't really understand it. At first, she didn't realize what was happening. And when she told the story first told me this story. She said that her sort of de facto automatic response was to just grin at this woman. She just smiled. And she in retrospect, Mia. She felt stupid about having done that. You know that that was her response and you know it. You know, Of course. In hindsight, she's come up with all sorts of things that she likes to say That woman you start this piece off with something that was really very poignant. I just want to read a piece of it from the outside for hard use of side is living the American dream. Seven years after we fled Afghanistan for the U. S. With his wife, their daughter and six suitcases. Yousafzai has achieved success in his adopted home. He runs his own insurance business in Sacramento, employing several Afghan immigrants. His daughter just started ninth grade and speaks better English than he does. Just last month. Yusufzai closed on a five bedroom home dream come true, especially for an immigrant, he said. But lately, all he can think about is betrayal. Pick it up from there, would you Yeah, for heavy subsidy is I mean, really an incredible man. I I really enjoyed talking to him. And he, you know, he did me the incredible service and us. I think the incredible service of sharing his his thoughts and feelings and reflections with me about the past 20 years in his life, and he you know when I met him, actually, in in, I guess it was July. Uh, he was already very much grappling with this sense of betrayal. Well, um, betrayal by the United States. You can hear details of these stories. More details on episode 65 colors. On the podcast D c AP Apple Podcast.

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03:19 min | 1 year ago

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"You by mattress warehouse. Buy with confidence with one year price guarantee only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. 8 41. Thousands of Afghans are headed to the U. S. As we continue to deal with race related issues, and on this week's episode of Our Podcast Colors, a dialogue on race in America with J. J. Green. Washington Post reporter Abigail House loner discusses her article, New America and what she learned from Afghans and other immigrants who have been resettled here. One of the folks I spoke to is this Iraqi American woman named Lou. Bob Kary. She and she's a pathologist, Dr Corey she I thought she was. She made just some of the most poignant points to me when we spoke about the racism that she's encountered here and how it fell, and one of the anecdotes from her life was when She first arrived in Houston as a refugee in 2014. Going to walmart with her husband and their family and seeing some woman, a white woman who started shouting at her saying things you know about her headscarf about telling her. She wasn't welcome here to go back to where she came from, and he didn't know She speaks pretty good English. She didn't really understand it. At first, she didn't realize what was happening. And when she told the story first told me this story. She said that her sort of de facto automatic response was to just grim at this woman. She just smiled and And she in retrospect, Nia. She felt stupid about having done that. You know that. That that was her response and you know, and you know, Of course, In hindsight, she's come up with all sorts of things that she'd like to say to that woman. You start this piece off with something that was really very poignant. I just want to read a piece of it from the outside for hard use of side is living the American dream. Seven years after we fled Afghanistan for the U. S. With his wife, their daughter and six suitcases. Yousafzai has achieved success in his adopted home. He runs his own insurance business in Sacramento, employing several Afghan immigrants. His daughter just started ninth grade and speaks better English than he does. Just last month. Yusufzai closed on a five bedroom home dream come true, especially for an immigrant, he said. But lately, all he can think about is betrayal. Pick it up from there, would you Yeah. Far heavy subsidy is I mean, really an incredible man. I I really enjoyed talking to him and he, you know, he did me the incredible service and us. I think the incredible service of sharing his his thoughts and feelings and reflections with me about the past 20 years in his life, and he you know when I met him, actually in in, I guess it was July. Uh, he was already very much grappling with this sense of betrayal. Um, betrayal by the United States. You can hear more details of these compelling stories on episode 65 of Colors on the podcast D. C APP. Apple Podcast one or wherever you get your podcasts. It's 8 44 sign up today at bed MGM and enjoy the thrill of victory on your very first bet. The king of Sports books welcomes you to Showtime with the lock of the year. Simply place a $10 money line. Wager on any pro football team. If any team scores a touchdown, you'll win $200 in free bets, regardless of your bets. Outcome just use bonus code w t o p 200. When you make your first bet.

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02:52 min | 1 year ago

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"S. As we continue to deal with race related issues on this week's episode of our Podcast Colors. A dialogue on race in America with JJ Green Washington Post reporter Abigail House loner discusses her article, New America and what she learned from Afghans and other immigrants who have been resettled here. One of the folks I spoke to is that the Iraqi American woman named Lou Bob Kary, she and she's a pathologist, Dr Corey she. I thought she was. She may just some of the most poignant points to me when we spoke about the racism that she's encountered here and how it felt and One of the the anecdotes from her life was when she first arrived in Houston as a refugee in 2014. Going to walmart with her husband and their family and seeing some woman, a white woman who started shouting at her saying things you know about her headscarf about telling her. She wasn't welcome here to go back to where she came from, and he didn't though she speaks pretty good English. She didn't really understand it. At first, she didn't realize what was happening. And when she told the story first told me this story. She said that her sort of defacto automatic response was to just grin at this woman. She just smiled and And she in retrospect, Nia. She felt stupid about having done that. You know that That was her response. And you know, and You know, Of course. In hindsight, she's come up with all sorts of things that she'd like to say to that woman. You start this piece off with something that was really very poignant. I just want to read a piece of it from the outside. Far hard use of side is living the American dream. Seven years after we fled Afghanistan for the U. S. With his wife, their daughter and six suitcases. Yousafzai has achieved success in his adopted home. He runs his own insurance business in Sacramento, employing several Afghan immigrants. His daughter just started ninth grade and speaks better English than he does. Just last month. Yusufzai closed on a five bedroom home a dream come true, especially for an immigrant, he said. But lately, all he can think about is betrayal. Pick it up from there, would you? Yeah. Far. How do sub site is? I mean, really an incredible man. I I really enjoyed talking to him and he You know, he did me the incredible service and us. I think the incredible service of sharing his his thoughts and feelings and reflections with me about the past 20 years in his life, and he you know when I met him, actually in in, I guess it was July. Uh, he was already very much grappling with this sense of betrayal. Um, betrayal by the United States in here. Details of these compelling stories on episode 65. Her starting tonight. On the podcast D. C AP Apple Podcast one or wherever you get your podcasts, it's 11 14. We have the best selection of stunning top.

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

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"And Amtrak workers would also need to be vaccinated or tested. But Republicans have pushed back on mandates and the legislation faces lots of challenges. Maryland Republican Andy Harris, who is a physician Has encouraged people to meet with their doctor and then come to a decision that's right for them about the vaccine. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P News Abidin Administration, providing the first public look inside the U. S military base were Afghans airlifted out of Afghanistan are screened amid questions about how the government is caring for the refugees and vetting them. The three hour tour of Fort Bliss Army Base in El Paso, Texas, was the first time the media has been granted broad access to one of the eight military A installations. Housing Afghans evacuated after the Taliban took control of the country. Afghan Children with soccer balls and basketball is played outside large white tents this afternoon. One young girl was still wearing dirty clothing about 50,000 Afghans are expected to be admitted to the U. S. Including translators, drivers and others who helped the U. S military during the 20 year war there and feared Reprisals by the Taliban. Refugees in the U. S have a lot of adjustments to make now, including dealing with racism. On this week's episode of our podcast Colors. A dialogue on race in America with JJ Green Washington Post reporter Abigail House loner talks about a story she did with refugees for the 9 11 remembrance. These massive populations of people who buy ripple effect from the the way the United States responded to September, 11th had saw their lives just completely upended and all sorts of ways and And a fraction of those people wound up, ironically or not as American citizens. One thing I did sort of hear consistently from folks is that refugee resettlement groups, Um, you know, didn't really prepare them for the for the racism and for the For the sort of cultural reality of this country, you can hear sometimes emotional, sometimes funny stories on episode 65 of Colors on the podcast D. C AP Apple Podcast one or Wherever you get your podcasts coming up in money news. Amazon is about to start doing more business with the NFL. 7 23. Your fresh start is waiting at University of Maryland Global campus. A pioneering online learning for over 20 years. Um, GCS new Fresh Start program puts more than 90 degrees.

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03:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Oxon Hill. 29. Sterling brought to you by new Look home design right now save 50%. Don't all roofing materials. It is cold out there. 6 20 Baltimore County Public schools will remain closed to students through at least Tuesday as local state and federal authorities continue investigating the ransomware attack that crippled the school system this past Wednesday. An announcement yesterday afternoon from BCPs said offices will be open and staff will receive additional information about Monday and Tuesday. I t experts tell the Baltimore Sun Online classes will likely be back in about a week or two, perhaps as soon as a few days, but restoring the school system. Network may take weeks. One resident got an unexpected delivery This past week £18 of marijuana and arrived in multiple packages at a Glen Burnie home on Raven would drive Wednesday. The person who opened the box is found several heat sealed plastic bags containing the bundles of pot and called police. The holidays can be a dangerous time for our waistlines, especially this time around, since many of us are cooking lots of food, but having fewer people over to eat it, So how do you keep yourself from packing on the pounds while enjoying the food you eat first, never sit down to a meal. Starving eating granola bars something before eating, says registered dietitian, Dr Susan Mitchell, she says, then look at eating mindfully tips for doing this. Look at the plate and the portion size and ask yourself how hungry are you? Do you need that whole piece of pie after looking at the food, smell it? What do you notice? Is it dark Chocolate milk Chocolate. What kind of nuts or have that doesn't have fruit, she says. These two tips will actually slow down. How fast you eat, help you to be more in control the food instead of the food controlling you. Mike Murillo. W T o P. News Virginia's contact Tracing APP could be a vital tool in fighting covert 19. If people would use it. Virginia Mercury reports that as of Thursday just over 800,000 people have downloaded the APP, which is roughly 10% of the state's population. That lack of engagement is one of the biggest challenges for Virginia health officials as they struggle to contain a growing swell of covert 19 cases. The covert wise APP was the first software system in the nation to alert users if they've had a close contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus. Maryland, which launched its own APP this month, has roughly 1.1 million subscribers. Often people whose families never owned slaves ask why they should support a plan to pay reparations, the descendants of slaves, But on this week's episode of W. T O. P s colors podcast with Chris Core and JJ Green Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary says the idea is not about whether a family owned slaves or not. It's about the nation's debt to descendants of slaves often times the opposition to reparations. People take it very personal that I didn't own slaves. My family didn't benefit and Yet America benefiting the reason why your family probably might immigrated here is because of the opportunities that were available in America. And those opportunities were greater because America started office history, enslaving millions of people benefiting from their free labor. Those buildings you live in those where will do right on those streets that you walk on a drive on built by enslave people. You can download colors any time on apple podcasts, part Cast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. The Catholic Diocese of Richmond is putting solar panels on many of its churches, schools and nursing facilities around Virginia. The Richmond Times Dispatch reports that the diocese says at least seven solar energy projects that have been completed or are being planned. The projects are expected to save the church more than $2 million in energy operating costs each year. One priest also tells the Times dispatch that is adding something to the quality of life for the future. Coming up in money news. Things go from bad to worse for restaurants, 6 24..

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03:18 min | 2 years ago

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"4 41 Julian Assan just partner is appealing to President Trump and asking him to pardon the wiki leaks. Founder Stella Morris posted a photo of there too young Children on Twitter and wrote, Our family needs to be whole again. 49 year old son's remains in a British prison cell as he waits for a judge's decision about whether he can be sent to the U. S to face spying charges. Iranian state television, saying today one of its country scientists has been assassinated. Israel has accused that scientist of leading a military nuclear program in the early two thousands. State TV report cited sources confirming the death. More than six months after a D C man died of Corona virus in federal custody. Fabian Tinsley's body still has not been turned over to his family. The T shirt. Boyd Tinsley's niece says they had no idea of his death until it was reported on the news. And the family has been trying to get answers on where tens Lee's body is. I got a phone calls. I spoke to the chapel in and it was apologies it was, you know, the answer to my questions about you know what possibly could have happened. Tinsley, who was 67 died in it. For let the button or Federal Correctional complex in Butner, North Carolina. For 40 too often. People whose families never owned slaves ask why they should support a plan to pay reparations to descendants of slaves. But on this week's episode of W T O P s colors podcast with Chris Core and J. J Green Washington Post Personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary says the idea is not about whether a family owned slaves or not, it's about the nation's debt to descendants of slaves often times the opposition to reparations. People take it very personal that I didn't own slaves. My family didn't benefit and yet America of benefiting the reason why your family probably might immigrated here is because of the opportunities that were available in America, and those opportunities were greater because America started office history, enslaving millions of people benefiting from their free labor. Those buildings you live in those where will do right on those streets that she walked on a drive on built by enslave people. You can download colors any time on apple podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Tomorrow. Washington Archbishop Wilton Greg Elik Gregory will formally become a cardinal, making him the first black American to hold that rank. Cardinal designate Wilton is now in Rome, where he's quarantining. He was named a cardinal. Most of your wisdom. Gregory without any warning, re surprised. I very much surprised. I got a phone call a 6 30 in the morning. That's how I found out. CBS News correspondent Chris Lives, say reporting Stay right there. We'll check sports with Frank. Next. It's for 44 Way made Yusa insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran made of flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day. Finishing her latest. Do it yourself project. So one another car accidentally bumped into hers while she was running an errand take didn't let.

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04:10 min | 2 years ago

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"Gonna be heavy at times I'm storm team for meteorologist Lauren Records. Currently we have 59 degrees in Annapolis, 58 in Reston and 61. In the nation's capital that 12 11, a school system in Maryland, was hit with a devastating ransomware attack this weekend. Right before it happened. Red flags were raised about the security of computers there. A day before the Ransomware attack shut down the Baltimore County public school system. A Maryland state audit was released showing that auditors found significant risks within the systems Computer network. The audit obtained by the Baltimore Sun shows that the network was not adequately secured and that sensitive personal information was not properly. Safeguarded. It's not clear what role the weakness is described in. The audits may have played in the attack, which is halted school for 115,000 students with no timeline for when classes will resume. Nick I. Nelly w T. O P. News to Families in Montgomery County say their kids were extensively exposed to pornography as they use their school issued laptops for virtual learning. In a letter to school leaders, the families are calling on the state's largest school system to warn other parents and fix weaknesses in its system. Letter describes the experiences of a third grader and 1/6 grader who say they were able to access graphic material online with their CHROMEBOOK COMPUTERS. Washington Post reports. School leaders are still looking into the specifics, and those leaders say they go to great lengths to protect students. The school system says it does put filters on its devices, but that The system is not foolproof. 12 12. Often people whose families never owned slaves ask why should they support a plan to pay reparations to descendants of slaves? But on this week's episode of W. T O. P s colors podcast with Chris Core and JJ Green Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Sing it, Singletary says The idea is not about whether a family owned slaves or not. It's about the nation's debt to descendants of slaves. Often times the opposition to reparations. People take it very personal. You know that I didn't know this place. My family didn't benefit And yet America benefiting. The reason why your family probably might immigrated here is because of the opportunities that were available in America and those opportunities with greater because America started office history, enslaving millions of people benefiting from their free labor. Those buildings you live in those where will dried on those streets that you walk on a drive on built by enslaved people. You can download colors any time on apple podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Tomorrow, Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory will formally become a cardinal in Rome, making him the first black American to hold that rank. Cardinal designate Wilton is at the Vatican now where he's quarantining. He was named a cardinal. Once in your wisdom, great body without any warning, re surprised. I'm very much surprised. I got a phone call a 6 30 in the morning. That's how I found out that CBS news correspondent Chris Lives say reporting For two years, the most prominent space in Annapolis for climbing up on the soapbox and speaking one's mind has been crumbling Lawyer's mall applauses steps from the statehouse that's hosted countless rallies and news conferences has had its cherry trees chopped down its brick and granite torn up and its famous statue of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall shipped down the road. But now with $13 million renovation is coming to a close just in time for the 2021 session of the Maryland General Assembly in January, a deputy state archivist tells the Baltimore Sun. She thinks the mall will be wonderfully received when it's safe for people to visit and gather 12 14 on an important message from Medicare. We need flu shots. What again? Yes, The flu can be serious at our age. Plus flu shots are covered by Medicare..

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03:01 min | 2 years ago

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"It also provides a wealth of information. Cardiologists doctor a miracle Carney with mid Atlantic permanent A says they used them to Keep an eye on skipped, beats, heart palpitations and other heart irregularities. Somebody says, you know, Doc, once every few weeks, my heart does something funny. I'm not sure what it is. One of these fancy fitness trackers is a good way to figure that out relatively quickly. Fancier ones can also monitor oxygen levels in the blood or capture an E. K G. And during the pandemic, he says, these trackers have become especially helpful to let doctors keep an eye on their patients Data without having to make them come into the office. Michelle Morello w T O P News in Alexandria woman is Worried about her sister who's being detained in the British Virgin Islands. Lynn Heinz had been on a sailboat trip from ST Thomas to ST John Island, along with her husband, a friend in a boat captain. They claim the boat entered British Virgin Islands water by accident, and that's when customs agents approached them. They tell ABC seven They have now been detained for more than a week and I've been told they need to hand over $20,000 in fines before they're allowed to leave. The State Department says it's aware of the detention. Two families in Montgomery County say their Children were extensively exposed to pornography as they use their school issued laptops amid the pandemic. In a letter to school leaders, the families are calling on the state's largest school system to warn other parents and fix weaknesses in its system. The letter describes the experiences of a third grader in 1/6 grader who were allegedly able to access graphic material online with their chromebook computers. Washington Post, says school leaders They're still looking into the specifics of the letter, but said they go to great lengths to protect students. The school system says it does put filters on its devices, but that the system is not foolproof. Cyber attack is halted School for students in Baltimore County, with no timeline for one classes will resume. Now we're learning that state auditors had found significant risks within the county's public school's computer network before the attack took place. The Baltimore Sun says the audit found the network was not adequately secured and sensitive personal information was not properly safeguarded, among other issues. County police are investigating the attack, which was identified late Tuesday night. Often people whose families never owned slaves ask why they should support a plan to pay reparations to descendants of slaves. But on this week's episode of W. T O. P s colors podcast with Chris Core and JJ Green Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary says the idea is not about whether a family owned slaves or not. It's about the nation's debt to descendants of slaves often times the opposition to reparations. People take it very personal that I didn't own slaves. My family didn't benefit and yet America of benefiting the reason why your family probably might immigrated here is because of the opportunities that were available in America and those opportunities with greater because America started office history, enslaving millions of people benefiting from their free labor. Those building You live in those rare world. You ride on those streets that you walk on.

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

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"50 and all the at 6 10. A man is dead after a standoff with sheriff's deputies on Thanksgiving just after 2 P.m.. On Thursday, deputies from the Culpeper Sheriff's office were called to a house on Brock Lane near Egg Burnsville Road for report of an armed man there, they found 62 year old Ellis Fried Junior, sitting on a porch with gun, according to a statement. Police began de escalating the situation and negotiating with fried. But over the next 30 minutes before I went into the house and grabbed even more guns. Finally, fry walk towards officers armed and that is when a deputy shot him where I was taken to the U. V. A medical center in Culpeper, where he died. No officers were harmed. And now Virginia stay put. These are investigating the shooting. Luke Lugar wt o P. News to families in Montgomery County say their Children were extensively exposed to pornography is they use their school issued laptops amid the pandemic. In a letter to school leaders, the families they're calling on the state's largest school system to warn other parents and fix weaknesses in the system. The letter describes the experiences of a third grader in 1/6 grader who were allegedly able to access graphic material online with their chromebook computers. The Washington Post says school leaders they're still looking into the spaces. Fix of the letter, but said they go to great lengths to protect students. The school system says it does put filters on its devices, but that the system is not foolproof. A cyber attack has halted school for students in Baltimore County, with no timeline for when classes will resume. Now we're learning that state auditors had found significant risks within the county's public school's computer network before the attack took place. The Baltimore Sun says the audit found the network was not adequately secured and sensitive personal information was not properly safeguard. Among other issues. County police are investigating the attack, which was identified late Tuesday night. Often people whose families never owned slaves ask why they should support a plan to pay reparations to descendants of slaves. But on this week's episode of W. T O. P s colors podcast with Chris Core and JJ Green Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary says the idea is not about whether a family owned slaves or not, it's about the nation's debt to descendants of slaves. Times the Position to reparations. People take it very personal that I didn't own slaves. My family didn't benefit and yet America benefiting. The reason why your family probably might immigrated here is because of the opportunities that were available in America and those opportunities with greater because America started office history, enslaving millions of people benefiting from their free labor. Those buildings you live in those where will dried on.

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05:14 min | 2 years ago

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"Samara Theodore 66, now in Alexandria, It's 64 in Gaithersburg and 66 degrees in the desk. Richt at 11 10. As online classes began in the district this past week. A new challenge officials are facing many students still haven't even logged on the number of students that still haven't enrolled in D. C. Public and charter schools has doubled. And while the numbers are preliminary, Paul kind, the deputy mayor of education, tells NBC for off the 99,000 students in public and charter schools. About 22,000 haven't enrolled or completed registration yet, so we want to just help those families. We know family's heir experiencing different barriers in terms of getting their kids registered and enroll, he says. Those numbers are spread across all the awards, so there isn't any specific kind of pattern. In some cases, attendance is above 100% because some students who aren't registered are in classes and in Montgomery County of 166,000 students. 3000 still haven't enrolled Melissa how w T O P news A big change, Maybe on the way For all those scooters you see around D. C. The City Council is considering new rules for scooter use in the city, including that the companies that operate the scooters provide a way for them to be locked to racks or poles like you'd lock up a bicycle. The industry has fought similar measures in other cities, though it has complied with the rule in Chicago, San Francisco and Denver. The guidelines would also prohibit the deployment of the school. Scooter's near schools and require they be available in all wards in the district of those who want to venture out in D C now have more options. Besides scooters as transit systems try to get their schedules back to normal. The DC Circulator is about to resume its national mall route, with fares remaining suspended. And the D. C. Streetcar is set to resume normal operating hours. The changes take effect September 20th. The district Department of Transportation says it's happening to meet demand as the city's attractions reopen. Face coverings are required at all times and social distancing onboard is expected. John Aeryn. W T o P News The first charges have been filed in connection with a Siri's of assaults and Carjackings in and around Baltimore, The Baltimore Sun reports. Prosecutors have charged 17 year old Tommy a shot a gram of northwest Baltimore with 63 counts, including attempted murder, assault, robbery and gun charges. Gram is allegedly part of a team Carjacking crew accused of beating and robbing more than 50 people. Prosecutors say they targeted Latinos who they believed would be afraid to call police. In all police believe this Carjacking crew was responsible for 75 crimes, including home invasions, armed robberies. Or Carjackings and theft over a four month period. Police departments across the country are dealing with a shortage of officers. The National Police Foundation reports. 86% of the departments nationwide are experiencing a shortage. It was already an issue, but the events so far in 2020 have made the situation worse. Before this year, hiring for officers was on a five year decline. A group of mostly white mom's in Portland, Oregon, effectively became a barrier between police and black lives matter. Protestors during fierce confrontations there, But on this week's episode of W. GOP's new podcast colors, a dialogue on race in America with Chris Core and J. J. Green Washington Post writer Robin given a black woman said she was thrilled about these moms intervening, but she was troubled by how they were perceived, then weren't described as Protesters. They were described as having put themselves between officers and protesters as if they were something else. And I was distressed that there seemed to be such a need. For these white women to speak up in order for what the protesters saying to be really acutely heard. You could hear Mohr of her thoughts on the latest episode of Colors. Download it on apple podcasts, podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Ah, protesters facing felony assault charges that were connected to the injury of a police officer in recent demonstrations in the city. A D C. Superior Court judge found probable cause for charges of felony assault on a police officer while armed and misdemeanor rioting charges filed against 26 year old Atlanta Rogers from Baltimore. She's accused of throwing a firework at D. C at a D C police officer during a demonstration last month. The firework hit the officer and burned his pants. The Rogers is the third person to be charged with protests related crimes within the last couple of weeks. It's 11 15 sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red, now to Scott.

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05:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Team for meteorologists Tamara Theodore tense around Washington. 72. Reagan National Dulles, 70. BW Wyatt 73. We've got 70 right now in Washington at 7 11. The first charges have been filed in connection with a Siri's of assaults and Carjackings in and around Baltimore. The Baltimore Sun reports, prosecutors charged. 17 year old Tommy a shot a gear a gram of northwest Baltimore with 63 counts, including attempted murder, assault, robbery and gun charges. Graham allegedly is part of a team Carjacking crew accused of beating and robbing more than 50 people. Prosecutors say they targeted Latino families they believed would be afraid to call police in all, there were 75 acts of home invasions, armed robberies or Carjacking, car jackings and theft. Over a four month period. A grandmother in Maryland has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in connection with the death of rampant grandson who swallowed a hair one capsule and Randall County State's attorney and cold, lightest called the actions of nine month old nine year Taylor's family quote, reckless and beyond unconscionable. Nine years. Grandmother, 44 year old Laurie Taylor pleaded guilty to manslaughter and child abuse in the baby's death on July, 27th, prosecutors say after Taylor and her daughter's drove to Baltimore to purchase heroin. They found a pill was missing and went back to buy more. While his grandmother in 17 year old mother were gone. His aunt reported that the baby was crying, having trouble breathing and wheezing. They decided not to bring him to the hospital. Medical examiner rolled my year died of heroin and fentanyl intoxication. Meghan Cloherty. W. T O P. News. The Maryland family worked to create the kind of treatment center they wish their daughter had found before her death from an overdose. Don't want to be that place up on the hill. That's where the that's where the drug addicts live. When Kevin simmers of Hagerstown lost his daughter, Brooke Toe a heroin overdose, he recalled how she wanted to buy a home where women could get help. And that's how Brooks House came to be. We see Mirza retired narcotics detective didn't want the recovery facility to be like the crowded sometimes run down place is Brooke had been in tell you how it hurt my heart, too. Drop broke off these facilities and to think that she had an honest chance to recovery. Asked what leads people to recovery, Simmers said, business said. Answer for that said, answer for that, unfortunately, When they're ready. Brooks houses there. One of her favorite sayings, according to her family was I got you Kate Ryan. W. T o P News recently In the national conversation on policing. There's been a lot of conversation about having mental health experts a company police officers on calls where a person may be experiencing a mental health crisis. Now a bill is heading to Virginia's Senate that would do just that. It was prompted by the death of Marcus David Peters. He was shot and killed by Richmond police officer in 2018 as he charged the officer. Peters was unarmed, and his family said he was experiencing a mental health crisis. Ah protester is facing felony assault charge is connected to the injury of a police officer in recent demonstrations in D. C. The Superior Court judge found probable cause for charges of felony assault on a police. Officer while armed and misdemeanor riding against 26 year old a lot of Rogers from Baltimore. She's accused of throwing a firework at a D C police officer during a demonstration last month. He is the third individual to be charged with protests related crimes. In recent weeks. Ah group of mostly white mom's in Portland, Oregon, effectively became a barrier between police and black lives matter. Protestors during fierce confrontations there, But on this week's episode of W. T O. P's new podcast colors, a dialogue on Race in America With Chris Korn J. J. Green Washington Post Rider Robin, Given, a black woman said While she was thrilled about their intervention, she was troubled by how they were perceived and weren't described as protesters. They were described as having put themselves between officers and protesters as if they were something else. And I was distressed that there seemed to be such a need for these white women to to speak up. In order for what the protesters saying to be really acutely heard, you can hear more on her thoughts on the latest episode of Colors downloaded on Apple podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcast, 7 15, now in Washington sports at 15 and 45. Powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Get the update now, Scott Jackson. Thanks, Kyle. And that's fine themselves down early to the brains. It's one nothing actually about the middle of the game. That top half of the fourth inning, two outs in Atlanta with a runner on second. Patrick Corbin still in the game for the Nationals, Orioles dropped their fourth straight losing to the Yankees intend by the final Tutto one tennis. We're 22 year old el Mia Sokka won her third Grand Slam title, taking her second ever. U S Open Championship 166363 over Victoria Azarenka at Arthur Ashe Stadium this afternoon watching a football team announce that they have elevated wide receiver Cam Sims to their active roster for the practice squad. They host the Eagles tomorrow. Philadelphia is giving it out. Starting running back Mile Sanders and defensive and Derek Barnett both have been ruled out. It will travel with the team. The Big Ten's Council of Presidents and Chancellors are set to meet on Sunday to review the latest medical information of possible vote again on whether or not to resume fall football season, according to an ESPN report. Virginia Tech Virginia's game scheduled September, 19th has been postponed due to covert issues with the Hokies. It will have to pause practice for the next four days. Number 10 Notre Dame earlier today, beating Duke by the final of 27 to 13 Scott Jackson. W T apiece, Right.

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"General in the upper seventies and low eighties 78. Here in Washington. Brought to you by lend the Plumber trusted. Same day service. Seven days a week. 21 on double D T O P D C. Police say they have found the driver who intentionally hit a cyclist last week later today. That man makes his first appearance in court. 29 year old Eric Beasley of Southwest is charged with first degree murder after DC Police say he intentionally hit 45 year old David farewell of Southeast While farewell was riding his bike on September. 4th, a woman who was with farewell when he was hit, told police they weren't the Mobil Gas station in Anacostia when Beasley approached her, according to the police report. It says she told police farewell told Beasley. The woman was his child's mother and to stop talking to her. Instead, the report says, she told police that Beasley harass them and followed them in his car, hitting farewell and leaving the scene. Farewell later died at the hospital. Meghan Cloherty w T o P NEWS 3 22 Hyundai is alerting some SUV owners that they could have vehicle fires. Korean automaker Hyundai is telling owners of Tucson SUVs from model years 2019 through 2021 that they should park their vehicles outdoors because the vehicles could catch fire. Hyundai says corrosion can cause a short circuit and effective anti lock brakes, circuit boards and fires could start even if the engines are shut off. Hyundai says it knows of a dozen engine fires caused by the problem so far, and they also says if the anti lock brake warning light comes on, the vehicle should not be driven and owner should disconnect the positive cable on the battery recall notices will start going out by mail around October. 30th I, Mike Rossia. We've got more information of w t o p dot com Simply search recalls its 3 23, a group of mostly white mom's in Portland, Oregon, effectively became a barrier between police and black lives matter. Protestors during fierce confrontations there over the past few months on this week's episode of Double DT opens new podcast colors, a dialogue on race in America with Chris Core and J. J. Green. Washington Post writer Robin Given who's a black woman says While she was thrilled about their intervention, she was troubled about how they were perceived and weren't described as protesters. They were described as having put themselves between officers and protesters as if they were something else. And I was distressed that there seem to be such a need for these white women to to speak up. In order for what the protesters saying to be really acutely hurt. You can hear more of her thoughts tonight On the latest episode of Colors downloaded Friday evenings on Apple podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcast Next in money.

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