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03:17 min | 1 year ago

"judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Warriors and their families, The Fisher House radiothon continues on W M A. L A cumulus stations used now. W e Mail news at 11. Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews. After two years, the Arlington Memorial Bridge is officially reopened. The nine year old bridge got a $227 million facelift over the past two years. U S secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt. The project has been a success. It's coming on time and on budget, and it will extend the life of the bridge for 75 years. Bernhardt out And this is more than just a bridge. It is a monument to our veterans that connects the Lincoln Memorial to Arlington House. It's a symbol of a country brought back together after the Civil War. Stacy Land on W M A. L and W m a L com justice, some school systems in the region or Rushing to get students back into classrooms to fight back against failing grades. There's a debate underway in Frederick County over whether it's worth it to rush at least people at the hang of virtual school. So I'm not really sure how much educational game you're going to get by throwing everybody into a new system of hybrid. For a couple of months. County Council member Jerry Donald told a Joint council school board meeting last night. He doesn't think it's worth it to take all of the precautions needed to open classrooms like adding Plexi glass and whatnot. No consensus has been reached at this point. The House expected to vote today on ability, duty, criminalized cannabis and clear the way to erase nonviolent federal marijuana conviction. GOP Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio criticizes the priorities of Democrats. House Democrats started the week off with the hearing on letting criminals out of jail early. They end the week with the bill legalizing drugs. They want the American taxpayers to pay for both programs. Voters in five states, Arizona, New Jersey, South Dakota, Montana and Mississippi all approved measures to legalize some form of marijuana used in the November election. The fate of the Trump campaign's latest lawsuit challenging the result of the Nevada presidential election rest in the hands of a judge in Carson City. Trump's legal team are hoping there's enough evidence to convince the judge to either declared Trump the winner of the state or toss out the results entirely. Republicans They they haven't been able to properly inspect voting machines. Trump lawyer Jesse Banal says the campaign even has evidence that tens of thousands of votes were cast illegally, such as by non Nevadans voting or people. Double voting. Democrats, however, say all of this is just the work of a desperate campaign working Overturn the will of the people. They believe the filing is too broad and lacking specifics or any credible evidence them say the machines are lawful and there isn't any evidence of widespread fraud. Fox News Jeff Paul as the pandemic drags on, the number of domestic abuse cases is continuing to rise. I don't see a decrease in the rate of people coming into our shelter. We had three families come into the shelter just last night. Dr. Judy Hanley, executive director of the Loudon Abused Women's Shelter, says they have had double the number of services needed this year. During that same time frame. March 12th 2 November 29th. We have served 148.

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"judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

"judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews For the second time In recent days, a major area school system is reporting dark results concerning all virtual learning in school. Holes. Montgomery County reporting that name one category. The failure rate has grown sixfold this year compared to last black and Hispanic students living near the poverty liner struggling the most, along with English language learners. Fairfax County reported similar results a few days ago. The challenges prompted several local school systems, including Loudon and Prince William to press ahead with getting kids back into classrooms despite the dramatic rise in Coben cases Like most of the area, Frederick County is seeing Coben spreading out of control. County executive Jane Gardner says she does not want to impose more restrictions on residents and businesses. But she is doing war to enforce the restrictions that are already in place. The county and the Health Department have hired additional people to help do enforcement for gathering size for the mass mandate for all these business limitations that are out there, most of them coming from the governor. The county seven day average load of new cases has tripled in the past month. D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the amount of covert vaccine being allotted to the city by the Trump Administration just won't cut it. A lot meant that we would receive would not cover all of her health care workers. So we will keep pushing to get the resource is that we need the formula for distributing vaccine is based on population. So D C is set to get 6800 doses initially, but the city has 85,000 health care workers and most of them live in Maryland and Virginia. Is the pandemic drags on. The number of domestic abuse cases continues to rise. I don't see a decrease in the rate of people coming into our shelter. We had three families come into the shelter. Just last night. Dr. Judy Hanley, executive director of the.

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"judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Son. W. M A. L A cumulus stations use now. W E Mail NEWS. It ain't good morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews, another major school systems reporting huge jumps in failure rates for math and English classes. His virtual learning takes its toll on the pandemic. In one example, Montgomery County reported more than 36% of low income students failed English in the first marking period this fall, a sixfold year to year jump. This comes as Fairfax County is really similar results in Montgomery, Black and Hispanic students whose families lived near the poverty line were among those most impacted. The poor results are a driving force behind several school systems across the region to get kids back into classrooms. Despite The latest coronavirus case boom. The Montgomery County Board of Education's put off a decision on a plan to return students to classrooms in January until December 15th so they can monitor the latest Covad spread. Superintendent Dr Jack Smith. We will get busy and comfort solace and we have notes, and we have this tape of this meeting. So we have all the information Thank you. Frederick County, like much of the region is taking a hard look at the Corona virus data and seeing it all go in one direction. In our seven day rolling average of new cases per 100,000 population is currently a 37.54. And it's about triple from where we were last month. County executive Jang Gardner says she's not interested in adding more restrictions. But in doing a better job of enforcing the restrictions already in place. More inspectors have been added to ensure that mass requirements and social distancing measures are being complied with. Federal cares. Act funding runs out at the end of the month, and that is threatening many local nonprofit agencies. We are definitely seeing an increase in domestic violence. Dr. Judy Hanley, executive director of the Loudon Abused Women's Shelter. We have been very fortunate during this time until December, 30th to get support from Loudon County government through the cares act. But adds after December, 30th were unsure of how we will be able to manage all of the costs. Barbara Brute w E Mail and W m a l dot com A former Loudon County youth soccer coaches avoided prison after pleading guilty to embezzling money from the Old Dominion Football Club. 41 year old Jeffrey Kern received a seven years suspended prison sentence and I'll have to perform 100 hours of community service also pay $52,000 in restitution over the next three years. Urn was a travel team coach, and he and his wife, Berkeley, volunteered for the team in 2018. She had previously pleaded guilty to charges as well and was also poured. Ordered to pay restitution. Checking your money. The Dow futures are up 117 points this morning. The NASDAQ futures up 32 in sports college hoops. Virginia Tech top Svm I 64 57. Maryland women crushed housing in their home opener. 1 12 to 78. The Washington football team gets an extra day to prepare for the undefeated Steelers with their game pushed to Monday coach Ron Rivera on the top thing his team has to work on. You Look at teams that have had success. It's really about being consistent, you know, you watch their play through the first quarter to the fourth quarter. And they make things happen. AIR TIME ON W M A L. Monday Is it four w e mail NEWS TIMES 804 Up Next traffic and weather is mornings on the mall continues on 105.9 FM. W M A l one day You need to avoid getting stuck in traffic again..

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"judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm John Matthews as we close in on a year of all virtual learning, it's becoming clear many students or simply not thriving with Lessons delivered on a flat screen. Montgomery County reports, for example, that 36% of ninth graders from low income families failed English in the first marking period. That is a six fold jump over last year, and it follows a similar report from Fairfax County in recent days. Concerns over the effectiveness of the virtual model has prompted several local counties to push forward with kids and classrooms. Even is the spread of coded picks up steam. Like much of the region. Frederick County is seeing its coronavirus case spread growing to all time highs. But county executive Jang Gardner is loath to pushing back with more restrictions. We are again trying to not add more rules and regulations, but have everybody follow what's already out there, and she's put more resource is in place to enforce existing rules over mask, social distancing and crowd sizes. Counties. Daily Covert caseload has tripled in the past month, DC's mayor says she's looking to the Trump Administration to increase the city's allotment of covert vaccine. We sent a letter to our partners at Operation Warp Speed to increase the district's vaccine allotment, D. C. Mayor Mariel Bowser says Why the current allotment just isn't enough. Approximately 75% of our mortar than 80,000 health care workers are residents. Of Maryland and Virginia and not the district. Bowser says Maryland and Virginia residents can get a covert test in D. C so they should be able to get a vaccine here to Maria. Leave one W M A, L and W M a l dot com has been pandemic drags on. The number of domestic abuse cases continues to rise. I don't see a decrease in the rate of people coming into our shelter. We had three families come into shelter just last night. Dr. Judy Hanley, executive director of the Loudon Abused Women's Shelter, says they have had double.

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"judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews for the second time in recent days, a major area school system Is reporting dark results concerning all virtual learning in schools. Montgomery County reporting that in one category, the failure rate has grown sixfold this year, compared to last black and Hispanic students living near the poverty line or struggling the most, along with English language learners. Fairfax County reported similar results just a few days ago. The challenges prompted several local school systems, including Loudon and Prince William to press ahead with getting kids back into classrooms. Despite the dramatic rise in covert cases, like most of the area, Frederick County it's seeing Cove it's spreading out of control. County executive Jan Gardner says she does not want to impose more restrictions on residents and businesses. But she is doing more to enforce their restrictions that are in place. The county and the Health Department have hired. National people to help do enforcement for gathering size for the mass mandate for all these business limitations that are out there, most of them coming from the governor. The county seven day average load of new cases has tripled in the past month, D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the amount of covert vaccine being allotted to the city by the Trump Administration just won't cut it. A lot meant that we would receive would not cover all of her health care workers, so we will keep pushing on to get the resource Says that we need formula for distributing vaccine is based on population. So, D C is said to get 6800 doses initially, but the city has 85,000 health care workers and most of them live in Maryland in Virginia. Federal cares. Act funding runs out at the end of the month, and that's threatening many local nonprofit agencies. We are definitely seeing an increase in domestic violence. Dr. Judy Hanley, executive director of the Loudon Abused Women's Shelter. We have been very fortunate during this time until December, 30th To get support from Loudon County government through the cares act, but adds after December, 30th were unsure of how we will be able to manage all of the costs. Barbara Brute.

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

"judy hanley" Discussed on WTOP

"Route 29 to the Silver Spring Metro station in Montgomery County Councilman Tom Hucker says. In some cases, they will even be using the shoulder to bypass traffic. The drivers will have little remote control buttons will they'll be able to hold open a green light a little bit longer? And get farther along and so that that will help all the traffic just moved. More more efficiently. Buses will run every 7.5 minutes during rush hour. John Doman w T o P NEWS GOVERNMENTS. No SALE Order for cruise ships has been extended now till October, 31st. But that doesn't mean they won't set sail this follower winner even if the No sale order is not in effect November 1st CBS Travel editor Peter Greenberg says it's unlikely most ships will be ready. Most cruise ships they've adjusted their sailing schedules to start after the first of the year, and in many cases as late as March of 2021. The cruise ship industry is promising. Robust testing of crews and passengers, enhanced cleaning protocols and social distancing, Greenberg says. There could be a couple of cruises around Christmas time. One or two sales may be in the Galapagos or in the Caribbean. But Greenberg says the cruise lines have been preparing not to sail on Ilott leased the new year, particularly on O w. T o P News. It is domestic violence awareness month across the country and one local county wants you to listen up the ladder on county domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely make her the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon abused Women Walter, We have a shelter with 12 beds that has worked for us for 35 years until this year, And.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"40 ft from an apartment building into coma Park. That happened around 1 30 this afternoon on Ethan Allen Avenue off New Hampshire Avenue, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue say the two year old boy was taken to the hospital in critical condition after falling from a third story window. I'll have more information as we get it. Ah, shooting today in Fairfax County has left two people injured. One of them stopped by police while trying to get to the hospital. Just after 1 A.m. officers in Fairfax County were called to the 3800 block of South George Mason Drive near Leesburg Pike for reports of gunshots. When they arrived, they found casings shortly after Arlington County police stopped a vehicle out here along I 3 95. The victim had been shot in the abdomen and was trying to get to a hospital. DC Police also located a second victim, who checked into a hospital with a gunshot wound. Both victims are expected to be okay. Fairfax County Police are now trying to figure out what led to the shooting and track down any suspects. Melissa how October is domestic violence Awareness month And one Northern Virginia County says the problem is acute during this pandemic. The Loudon County domestic abuse in response team or Dart is calling domestic violence in 2020 and epidemic within an epidemic. We have served since March, 12th the same number of people that we would have served in a whole two year period. That was Judy Hanley of the loud and abuse women's shelter earlier in the pandemic, the Virginia sexual and domestic violence action, a lion said hotline calls increased by 76. Percent statewide. Dart says those suffering from domestic abuse should make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies. For additional resource is Luca Luca. W. T O P. News as the pandemic grinds on, and restrictions continue. You might need a counselor to talk to, and there is now free help.

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Placebo. After 28 days, 11% of the patients died compared to 15% of those who got the placebo and lots of us are struggling. Also with middle health is the pandemic lingers on, But help is on the way and it's free. The help comes from the counseling center of Maryland every Friday It's offering a free online session from 9 A.m. to 10 A.m.. Once you're logged on, you can talk with others from the community and counselors. About how they're doing and how they're dealing with the pandemic. Many people are struggling with anxiety, depression and increased use of alcohol and drugs in November. The center is also hosting a panel discussion with therapist talking about coping skills and strategies to reduce some of the issues. Kyle Cooper, w T. O P News and Telemedicine is catching on about a third of visits to primary care doctors are happening virtually, but one doctor is warning. It's not always good. There's not a one size fits all approach here at the Johns. Kans Bloomberg School of Public Health, Dr Caleb Alexander says if you have new symptoms, new shortness of breath, some other new physical complaint. It's just really hard to thoroughly evaluate that by telephone or over a computer, he says. Covert concern shouldn't keep you from in person care, hospitals and health systems and doctor's offices. Are all working, and they've all redesigned their work flow to varying degrees to minimize risk. Christi King w. T o P News 13. It is domestic violence awareness across the country and more local county wants you to listen up the lot on county domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely may curb the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an Epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon abused Women Shelter. We have a shelter with 12 beds that has worked for us for 35 years until this year, And now today we have 24 people and shelter If you are suffering from domestic.

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02:45 min | 1 year ago

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"Montgomery County corridor flashes a bus rapid transit line that begins picking up passengers this Wednesday. This is going to be a way to address a longstanding historic inequity and to serve the residents of White Oak and East County with a really first class transit experience. The balls will run from the park and ride lot in Burtonsville down Route 29 with Silver Spring Metro Station in Montgomery County Councilman Tom Hucker says. In some cases, they will even be using the shoulder. To bypass traffic. The drivers will have little remote control buttons. Well, they'll be able to hold open a green light a little bit longer and get farther along, and so that that will help all the traffic just moved. More more efficiently. Buses will run every 7.5 minutes during rush hour, John Doman w T O P News. Meanwhile, Metro is moving ahead with safety working station closures doing so despite a massive budget shortfall because of the pandemic, Metro general manager Paul Wiedefeld told board members it could not put off safety fixes planned for next Here despite projected low revenue due to a lack of riders on the rails. You just are telling us even if offices were to open your not plan to come back until the vaccine is available because of that decreased revenue, Metro's board told the transit agency to proceed with an F Y 22 budget in the worst case scenario that ridership does not improve, leaving at 400 million lower than its pre pandemic operating budget. Meanwhile, five major closures are slated for next year, Starting with the February station closure of Arlington Cemetery. Closures of West Hyattsville to Green Belt and DuPont Circle to Van Ness in the summer. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News, you might have been stuck in the traffic a serious crash on the B W Parkway after person dead. Another suffering serious injuries happen around four o'clock this morning. Information is still trickling in, though In Montgomery County. Two people died in a single car crash on Ridge Road near morning Star Drive in the Clarksburg area. Montgomery County Police say the Jeep Wrangler left the road before midnight. Driver, 20 year old Dylan Bansi and his passenger 18 year old Maryann Hardisty died from their injuries. It is domestic violence awareness month across the country. One local county wants you to listen up the lot on county domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely make herb the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon abused Women Shelter. We have a shelter with 12 beds that has worked for us for 35 years until this year, And now today we have 24 people and shelter If you are suffering from domestic abuse, make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies for additional resource is Luc.

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03:45 min | 1 year ago

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"Without us for the fact that he had a knife, Howard County State's attorney, Rick Gibson, if you add another human being to that equation, another social worker, it's another person to potentially get hurt. But the continued push for police reform at the state and local level has included the idea of putting more emphasis. On de escalation and crisis teams before police resort to force Cape Ryan w T. O P News doubled Ethiopia 305, A TC officer says that if Armin retaliated against her after she reported discriminatory practices in the department in Charlotte, Details the abuses and a new complaint. They include supervisors telling officers to target young black men with improper searches, directing officers to make felony arrest and reclassifying felonies as misdemeanors instead to improve crime stats. The officer who has been on the force since 2004 says. As a result, she missed out on job opportunities, received poor performance evaluations and was excluded from meetings and given unfavorable hours. D C police spokesman has declined comment on the case. Turning the campaign Tony Tony on double duty GOP Saturday morning with the election day a little more than three weeks away, Maryland says it's hard at work. The election systems are secure and online systems are constantly tested for vulnerability. The machines that stand paper ballots and tabulate votes in Maryland are not connected to the Internet. But thumb drives are used to transfer election results, and the state has online registration and ballot request systems, so all sorts of precautions have been taken to protect against cyber attack. Max and our tricolor, the state Board of Elections, chief information Security advisor says. We've participated in a number of tabletop exercises over the past several months, help test and prepare our teams. He says. The state is also monitoring for potential threats from social media such as misinformation and impersonation. Michelle Bash. W T O P. NEWS, the Attorney general says President Trump does not have the authority to send certain public servants to polling places on Election Day come November. 3rd Trump has suggested he has the power to direct law enforcement to monitor the voting process for potential fraud. That is absolutely inaccurate. DC Deputy Attorney General Kate Konopka telling w. T o P. Their office is committed to doing everything within their power to ensure the voting process is safe and secure. A number of With DC and federal laws that prevent a North arised poll watchers. In fact, any poll monitor or watcher would have to be authorized by the D. C Board of election. Asked if the office is actively investigating any cases concerning potential mistakes made with male and balance or misplacement, abouts, Konopka says. So far they have received no reports to that effect. 10 Duffy. W T OBY News. Did you know October is domestic Violence Awareness Month that one Virginia County is raising awareness about a crime that's on the rise during the Koven 19 pandemic. The Loudon County domestic abuse in response team or Dart is calling domestic violence in 2020 and epidemic within an epidemic. We have served since March, 12th the same number of people that we would have served in a whole two year period. That was Judy Hanley of the loud and abuse women's shelter. We're in the pandemic, the Virginia sexual and domestic violence action, a lion said. Hotline calls increased by 76% Statewide. Dart says those suffering from domestic abuse should make a safety plane that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies for additional resource is Luca Luca. W T O P. NEWS It's Saturday, October 10th Welcome to the weekend W.

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

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"That occurred following his arrival, and then the colonization of introduced People in America. Meghan Cloherty. W T. O P News does race impact How we handle money on this week's episode of W. T O. P's new podcast Colors a dialogue on race in America. With Chris Core and J. J. Green Washingtonpost personal finance columnist Michelle Singing. Singletary discusses a 10 part series that examines that topic, she says. Some people are not happy about this. When I told my white female editor about this, she was like, Let's do it and let's do it like yesterday and we talked about Who are we trying to read? JJ. And there are some folks we're not going to reach and I've gotten emails from those folks. It was someone you know, 80 years old saying, You know, black people just don't want to work and you just don't know how to do this. I'm not going to be that person. Just not, but that's not the person I'm going for going for that person who may be saying things and doing things and not realizing that it's racist or biased. Offensive. Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary you Khun download new episodes of colors each Friday. It's Friday night on Apple Podcast podcast one spot of fire or wherever you get your podcast, This is domestic violence Awareness Month, one Virginia County is raising awareness about a crime that he is on the rise during Cove it the Loudon County domestic abuse in response team, or Dart is calling domestic violence in 2020 and epidemic within an epidemic. We have served since March, 12th the same number of people that we would have served in a whole two year period. That was Judy Hanley of The loud and abuse women's shelter earlier in the pandemic, the Virginia sexual and domestic violence action, a lion said hotline calls increased by 76% statewide. Dart says those suffering from domestic abuse should make a safety plan that includes planets for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies for additional resource is Luca Luca. W T. O P. News ahead in money news. This is a tech name from the past. Next tell Is there anything left of it? It's 10 24. When a previous spinal.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Real conflict that occurred following his arrival, and then the colonization of introduced People in America. Meghan Cloherty W T. Opening Mosby Woods Elementary School in Fairfax County will have a different name. Next school year namesake, John Mosby was a Confederate commander known for rating union troops in Northern Virginia. Students, parents and staff, says Chazz Jeanette Corsi. Leah's called for the name change at a public hearing on Wednesday Class public school system should not continue to bear the name of confederates. The school board unanimously voted to change the name in a meeting last night, and Fairfax County Superintendent Scott Bray brand will Present potential names later this month. The final name will be decided in December, the Fairfax School board renamed that is renamed Robert E. Lee High School over the summer. It is now named after the late civil rights icon John Lewis. October is domestic violence Awareness Month one Virginia County is raising awareness about a crime that is on the rise during this panda, The Loudon County domestic abuse in response team, or Dart is calling domestic violence in 2020 and epidemic within an epidemic. We have served since March, 12th the same number of people that we would have served in a whole two year period. That was Judy Hanley of the loud and abuse women's shelter earlier in the pandemic, the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance. And said hotline calls increased by 76% Statewide. Dart says those suffering from domestic abuse should make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies for additional resource is Luca Luca. W T o P news still ahead from what industry are a lot of local unemployment plane claims coming. Also, there's a new condo development underway in the area..

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03:41 min | 1 year ago

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"You celebrating Monday? There's long been controversy about observing Columbus Day, with many communities now celebrating indigenous Peoples Day instead. But while some see it as an ethical and moral question, others consider Columbus Day, a celebration of their heritage Cultural interpreter coordinator at the National Museum of the American Indian Band, Even who've Lynn grew up in South Dakota, where they have celebrated National American Heritage Day in place of Columbus Day since 1990. I don't quite understand the celebration of what Columbus State is, or is supposed to be The question of what we're celebrating Monday has been controversial for decades. In reality, we're such a very small minority in the United States, but through social media there is that larger awareness that has been built the director of the Italian American Institute at Queens College, Joseph, she, Aura says. It has come to be embraced by members of that community as an Italian heritage Day. They need to be proactive about this idea of turning to an Italian American Heritage Day in ways that the couple's de colonize is its identity from Columbus, While 15 states and DC recognized the second Monday in October as a celebration in Native American history and heritage, Maryland does not. However, Virginia and Montgomery County recently declared Monday Indigenous Peoples Day. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News 7 22 African Americans and MONEY. Washingtonpost personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary writing a Siri's about the topic that is getting a lot of attention on this week's episode of W. T O. P's new podcast colors. Dialogue on race in America with Chris Core and J. J. Green, she says. Some have complained that too much attention is being focused on blacks and not others, as well. I understand because we want to be inclusive of everyone who has been disadvantaged on DH. So there is the tendency to say Well, what about this? What about that? And what about this? And what about that does matter. But right now, the conversation I'm having as a black woman is specific to me. And so the Syriza temperance Siri's is on Ly focused on blacks. Because that's my experience. I've only been black. You can download new episodes of colors on Friday evenings on Apple Podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcast. It is domestic violence Awareness Month across our country. Here's what those running one local count. I want you to know about the Loudoun County domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely make her the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon abused Women Shelter. We have a shelter with 12 beds that has worked for us for 35 years until this year, And now today we have 24 people. Colin Shelter. If you are suffering from domestic abuse, make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies for additional resource is Luke Lucas, the beauty o P. News. We've been telling you, Prince George's County is not reopening any further right now it's staying in Phase two during the pandemic. But coming up next Friday drive in theaters will be able to reopen as long as they apply for a permit. And turn over their plans to the county for approval. Still ahead in money news. This is a tech name from years past. Next tell. Is there anything left of it? Stay with what are you thinking, Brian? I'm thinking about Dorothy Dorothy who? There's no place like home that Dorothy. Oh, the one with the shoes. She went through all kinds of stuff,.

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02:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Indigenous peoples Day instead. But while some see it as an ethical and moral question, others feel Columbus Day is a celebration of the other. Parentage cultural interpreter coordinator at the National Museum of the American Indian Band, Even who've Lynn grew up in South Dakota, where they have celebrated National American Heritage Day in place of Columbus Day. Since 1990. I don't quite understand the celebration of what Columbus State is, ER is supposed to be the question of what we're celebrating Monday has been controversial for decades. In reality, we're such a very small minority in the United States, but through social media, there is that larger awareness that has been Called the director of the Italian American Institute at Queens College, Joseph Shura says it has come to be embraced by members of that community as an Italian heritage Day. They need to be proactive about this idea of turning to an Italian American Heritage Day in ways that the couple's de colonize is its identity from Columbus, while 15 states and D C recognized the second Monday in October as a celebration of Native American history and heritage Maryland does not, however, Virginia and Montgomery County recently declared Monday Indigenous Peoples Day. Meghan Cloherty w T. O P News 3 12 Most be Woods Elementary is named after Confederate Commander John Mosby and the Fairfax County School District will have a new name next year for that school. The decision to change its name followed testimony from staff for students and parents at a school board hearing this week. David Breeder is one of the parents who want most bees. Name wiped off the building changed the name of our school because the current name does not reflect our community's values because it causes students Farm Superintendent Scott Bray Brand will give the school board some new suggestions later this month. The board will make a decision in December. It is domestic violence awareness month across the country. It impacts millions every year, regardless of race, gender or religion. And one group says the pandemic has increased its the Loudon County domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely may curb the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon Abused Women Shelter. We have a shelter with 12 beds that has worked for us for 35 years until this year, And now today we have 24 people and shelter If you are suffering from domestic abuse, make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse.

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"judy hanley" Discussed on WTOP

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"judy hanley" Discussed on WTOP

"Number. Ask your broker about Renaissance, a smarter way to offer dental vision, life and disability insurance. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. And now to storm Team four. Meteorologist Chuck Bell. Hurricane Delta, still a dangerous category three hurricane of the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The ocean water is colder as you get closer to Louisiana coastline so Delta should weaken at least one category to a two. But it's still going to come ashore this evening on the coast of southwestern Louisiana, with winds sustained above 100 MPH so a lot of coastal inundation, storm surge and flooding conditions. A big worry along the Gulf Coast for today and tonight for us sunshine for your Friday high 72. The clouds from Delta will begin arriving here tomorrow as well. The humidity so 78 warm and breezy on your Saturday with clouds moving in clouds lied to rain chances for Sunday afternoon and on into Monday. I'm storm Team four. Meteorologist Chuck Bell for w GOP 68 in Centerville, 65. In Rockville 66. Degrees right now, in friendship Heights. Brought to you by new look home design. No interest financing on your new roof until 2022. It is 12 21 now, and we're following a developing story this afternoon out of northwest D. C, where a window washer was badly injured after falling 30 ft onto a ledge inside the D. C convention center. D C Fire says the man fell just after 10 30 this morning. Firefighters used a rope system to rescue him and get him to the hospital. He is reported to have life threatening injuries. October is domestic violence Awareness Month and one Virginia County is raising awareness about the issue during the pandemic. The Loudon County domestic abuse in response Team or Dart, is calling domestic violence in 2020 and epidemic within an epidemic. We have served since March, 12th the same number of people that we would have served in a whole two year period. That was Judy Hanley of the loud and abuse women's shelter earlier in the pandemic, the Virginia sexual And domestic violence action, a lion said hotline calls increased by 76% Statewide..

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02:51 min | 1 year ago

"judy hanley" Discussed on WTOP

"An epidemic. We have served since March, 12th the same number of people that we would have served in a whole two year period. That was Judy Hanley of the loud and abuse women's shelter earlier in the pandemic, the Virginia sexual And domestic violence action, a lion said hotline calls increased by 76% Statewide. Dart says those suffering from domestic abuse should make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies for additional resource is Luca Luca. W T o P News Police reform taking a step forward in Maryland, a bipartisan group of lawmakers approving several recommendations for the General Assembly to consider in January, among them requiring regular mental and physical health assessments of officers. And requiring every police department to use body cameras by 2025. Lawmakers will also consider more controversial issues next week, including banning choke holds and ending the use of military grade equipment there, also considering criminal penalties for officers who use excessive force and abolishing protections for officers accused of wrongdoing. Maryland Public schools beginning plans to bring students back inside classrooms. But the Baltimore Sun is reporting that state health officials have refused to release a complete list of schools where Corona virus cases have emerged. Governor Larry Hogan says the state's 20 for public school systems meet key benchmarks that indicated is safe to reopen for some in person instruction. And Arrundell. Carol and Harford County's have already approved plans to resume in person classes before the end of the year. But health experts say publicizing the data could help school district's make more informed decisions about reopening. Coming up next. We'll street is moving higher today, a local tourism record. 2019. I'm Jeff Global. Michael Robinson. I remember the day when you first came into the good feed store. I remember to Jonathan. To be honest, I was a skeptic. As a former pro football player. I felt I had the best treatment in products for foot pain. I certainly have paid enough for them. But the only problem is they didn't work. Then we fit you with good feet. Art supports and what was light relief. Comfort and support, not just for my feet but alignment for my entire body manner through all of the other stuff away, and now I can get out of bed without worrying about my feet. So if you had these aren't supports earlier. You really think you would have two championship rings now? No doubt about it. Hey, maybe it would have helped me play football. Not think you made the right choice. Jonathan. Just keep on running, brother. Okay, Michael, you don't have to be an elite athlete like Michael Robinson to benefit from good feet. Art supports Come in for your free fitting and test walk. Maken appointment today at good feet..

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"judy hanley" Discussed on WTOP

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

"judy hanley" Discussed on WTOP

"It's domestic violence Awareness month across the country, and here's what a local county wants you to know. The Loudoun County domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely may curb the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon abused Women Shelter. We have a shelter with 12 beds that has Worked for us for 35 years until this year, And now today we have 24 people and shelter If you are suffering from domestic abuse, make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies for additional resource is Luc Luc. W. T o P news Committee of Maryland State legislators has approved several police reform recommendations that it hopes the General Assembly will adopt, among them requiring regular mental and physical health assessments of officers and requiring every police department to use body cameras by 2025. The Washington Post reports that the committee will consider other more controversial issues next week, including banning choke holds and prohibiting the use of military grade equipment. The committee will also consider recommending that the General Assembly removed Legal protections for officers accused of wrongdoing. The head of the agency that aims to keep large gathering safe on the national Mall was there for the groundbreaking of the new stable for the park. Police mounted patrol kids and adults love to see the horse is the U. S. Park Police. Horse Mounted Patrol has been here since 1930 for each of our officers go through.

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