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01:53 min | 5 d ago

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"Is WTO P news. Two 23 A Maryland parent who squirreled away money in a state run college fund has found he can not access all the funds and he is not alone. Brian Savoy of silver springs started saving with the Maryland 5 29 plan called the prepaid college trust nearly two decades ago. Now facing the payment for his son's false semester at Purdue university, he says he can't access the $9000 he's calculated was there. He could only get 6000. They're not paying out the interest in earnings that were guaranteed under the plan. As first reported by our news partners at Maryland matters, administrators with the state fund explained there's a software glitch tied to interest earnings and that the parents funds are safe. Kate Ryan, WTO news. New numbers on how our schools are doing in Northern Virginia. The state education department says that fewer than 1% of the schools are not fully accredited, though in Prince William county, 7 schools got a rating of accredited with conditions. On the other end, every single school in loudoun county was fully accredited, schools were evaluated on things like academic achievement, achievement gaps, and student engagement. In other news, a local chef is making a name for himself on social media and he is just getting started. From southern favorite set of Mississippi to specialty dishes out of Seattle, chef Boyd Brown the third grew up in the kitchen. Those Saturday mornings smelling the sausage cooking, the pots and pans rattling around. His drive to learn kicked in during college, 16 years and 200,000 TikTok followers later, his takes on traditional food favorites have been a hit. My recipe ebook that's dropping next week has one of my favorite dishes. It's an oxtail and Gruyere sandwich. So what's next? Well, he hopes to eventually open a restaurant here in the DMV, and is encouraging others to take a chance on themselves. You have to put in the work. Melissa, how WTO news

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". This is WTO P news. A 23 now. Campaign 2022 on WTO P, marylanders are taking the voting by mail. In fact, it's become so popular, state election officials have asked the courts to give them a chance to start counting mail in ballots before election day. Election results in some Maryland counties were delayed for weeks thanks to the number of mail in ballots more than 500,000 that could not be counted until two days after the July primary. On Tuesday, attorneys for the state board of elections asked a judge to grant permission to begin early canvassing of mail in ballots to prevent a pileup of votes that could lead to canvassing right through December, Republican candidate for governor Dan Cox, who's called former vice president Mike Pence a trader for failing to overturn the 2020 election results filed a motion to block the early count. The judge in the case is expected to rule on Friday. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. The Biden administration has chosen Gabe Klein, who has led transportation departments in D.C. in Chicago to head up into 7 and a half $1 billion program to build out the country's electric vehicle charging network, CNN reports serve as executive director of the joint office of energy and transportation. That was established by the bipartisan infrastructure Bill, Klein has been an outspoken bow transportation's role in climate change. President Biden has called for a network of 500,000 chargers to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles and fight the climate

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02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

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"International underground railroad month, the network that had pathways across the strait state, including in Montgomery county. Tony Cohen is president of the miner foundation that preserves the history of The Underground Railroad and is based at button farm in Germantown. In 1996, he traveled along the path of The Underground Railroad from sandy spring in Montgomery county to Canada, even replicating the tactic used by Henry box Brown. A man put inside of a crate and mailed by train to Philadelphia in 1849. So when Cohen traveled one portion, I got some friends who helped construct the crate and I was smuggled on an Amtrak train and shipped from Philadelphia to New York City. Maryland has more than 100 sites that were critical to the route that allowed enslaved people to escape to freedom, Kate Ryan, WTO P news. Maryland is at the heart of a new music video by country singer Jimmy Charles. We can talk about it over 90 bouquets because all right, well, Charles is headlining the 75th national hard crab Derby on Saturday. He is music video is called it's a Maryland thing. You wouldn't understand. It was filmed around the state. On YouTube, Charles, who grew up in ocean city, says, can't wait to see you all singing along with me at future live shows. We have a food recall to tell you about involving mushrooms, Thai fat, wholesalers of capitol heights, Maryland, has says four types of packages of its three coin dried mushrooms that were sold in several states, including Maryland and Virginia, they could be contaminated with salmonella. No illnesses have been reported so far, but routine testing by the Maryland Department of Health found the potential for contamination. If you have any three coins mushrooms in your refrigerator or wherever you keep them, you can return them to the store where you bought them for a full refund. Check a sports on the way. It's one 13. Are you ready for your palm reading my dear? Yeah, let's do this. I sense that you crave something. More reliable. Right. You know you deserve better. And want out of a relationship. Yes. With my big name wireless carrier. You're who now? My big name wireless carrier. That's why I switched to Xfinity mobile

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02:27 min | 4 months ago

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"Hour already high gas prices in Maryland are scheduled to increase in July Maryland's governor wants to avoid that so he's urging action at the state level WTO's Kate Ryan explains Governor Larry Hogan's calling on the state's comptroller to ease the impact of an expected jump in the state's gas tax rate an increase that's tied to inflation under state law Hogan suggested comptroller Peter franchise could for example hold off on issuing penalties or revoking business licenses Franco responded by calling on the governor to declare a state of emergency and suspend the gas tax until September It's similar to franchise call for a 90 day gas tax holiday back in March At that time the governor and lawmakers in Annapolis okayed a 30 day break on the roughly 37 cents a gallon tax Kate Ryan WTO P news According to triple-A Maryland's current average gas price is $4 and 61 cents a gallon New this evening an attempt to recall two loudoun county school board members has failed A judge today throughout the recall petitions brought by a conservative political group against a twosome and Brenda Sheridan the group fight for schools claimed the board members were negligent in office but a judge found there was not enough evidence to support removing them from the board a special grand jury impaneled by Virginia's attorney general is still investigating whether loudoun county public schools mishandled two sexual assault cases last year Are the Washington commanders moving to Virginia There's news today that hints at that possibility The team has purchased land in Virginia along I 95 in the woodbridge area WTO PS confirmed in ESPN report that the team has bought 200 acres of land for about $100 million Maryland and D.C. also want the new stadium and the report makes clear that this is not a done deal and other locations are in the running Still the report details that a 60,000 seat dome stadium is being considered one that has a translucent roof and can change colors at night A concert venue and retail shops are also planned for the area no word on when a Virginia stadium would open Kyle Cooper WTO news Another homeless person has been shot and killed in D.C. and police were close enough to the scene in northwest to hear the gunfire More on this from WTO's Christy king It happened inside one of these tents set up on the sidewalk here on the east side of Thomas circle.

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01:59 min | 4 months ago

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"In a crash Friday night in prince George's county It happened right before 8 o'clock on Marlboro pike in district heights prince George's county police say one driver in the two car crash had minor injuries another had licensed life threatening injuries They were taken to hospital a woman who was a passenger in one of the cars was also taking the hospital police say she died on Saturday There's more to tell you about what might have happened that led up to that accident Friday morning in Ananda that left for pedestrians hurt Fairfax county police say the driver of a Nissan sentra spilled food and drink in her car and then lost control of the car It went off the road and into a parking lot where it hit four people who were talking about a community project in the area The accident happened on maple place near Columbia pike the four pedestrians taken to the hospital along with the driver and the passenger in the car police say a woman who had life threatening injuries is still in the hospital It's three 12 Montgomery county police currently wear black uniforms And on a day like we had on Saturday you can imagine what that feels like before you put on the body armor and such but WTO's Kate Ryan reports all that could change Montgomery county executive Mark L rich says as the county's enacted police reforms there's also been a discussion about police uniforms The current uniforms are black and elric says there's a consensus that the current look is in his words intimidating It's something that we ought to do and that will help take some of the intimidation out of the appearance of an officer He says the union that represents sworn officers the fraternal order of police and the department are looking at a change And they're still in the process of deciding on a color for the rank and file police and as well as colors for the management The cost he estimates would run over $1 million Kate Ryan WTO P news A basketball camp in prince George's county focusing on overcoming adversity The camp organized by prison fellowship is for kids who have a parent who's locked up Mace was one of 200.

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02:43 min | 5 months ago

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"Man who chased down and killed amid Aubrey in a Georgian neighborhood will be sentenced for hate crimes this summer A U.S. district court judge in Savannah scheduled August 1st sentencing hearings for father and son Greg and Travis mcmichael and their neighbor William roddy Bryan In February 2020 the mcmichaels armed themselves and used to pick up truck to chase Arbery after spotting him running in their neighborhood Brian joined the pursuit and recorded a cell phone video of Travis mcmichael blasting Arbery with a shotgun Each man could face a maximum life in prison for the hate crime convictions they're already serving life sentences after being convicted of murder in a state court last fall How much say should you have over the police that work in your area Montgomery county's board has just now approved a bill that formalizes giving more residents input on police accountability But in one way the work is just starting Here's WTO's Kate Ryan Montgomery county council president Gabe auburn lost on passage of the bill that creates a police accountability board and an administrative charging committee to handle complaints of police misconduct I appreciate where we have landed I appreciate and respect the feedback we've received from all sides Council member Sidney Katz says now the work begins to vet the applicants that Montgomery county executive Mark L rich will send on to the council So that we can make certain in everyone who's on these boards is going to be fair and impartial State law required each county to form a board and committee to deal with complaints made against police the panels are being set up to get to work as early as July 1st of this year and the members will be paid Kate Ryan WTO P news Now me time and arundel county is moving in the same direction County council members okay their police accountability board last night County executive Stewart Pittman hopes the new board will foster better community relations with police and increase transparency increased community engagement The board will also recommend new rules for police to the county executive and the council It will accept complaints from citizens against police officers for misconduct and pass those complaints on to the relevant law enforcement agency It will need to be ready to hear cases by July 1st and arundel county residents can apply to be on it until May 1st There will be 9 people appointed county residents to this board Over a hundred applications have already been submitted Luke Luger WTO P news Animal control officers in Arlington have a strange case on their hands tonight on Twitter the animal welfare league of Arlington says the 9-1-1 dispatch center received multiple calls this morning about a crow that had been shot in a fairlington neighborhood The responding animal control officers found a critically injured crow that had been shot with a blow dart The crow is now going through surgery at a wildlife center to remove the dart crows are protected under the federal migratory bird act so shooting one is a crime Anyone with information is asked to contact the animal control team.

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01:59 min | 6 months ago

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"Georgetown undergrads have to take a PCR test after spring break unless they've tested positive within the past 90 days For the most part Montgomery county is getting high marks from its residents Excellent or good that's the overall rating Montgomery county residents give the county in a survey that's taken every two years 9 out of ten people who live here would recommend living here to someone who asks 86% of respondents plan on remaining in the county for the next 5 years Dave gottesman who analyzes performance measurements for the county said there was a dip in the overall perception of public safety from 84% two years ago to 77% in the latest survey Now when asked about how safe residents feel in their own neighborhoods the number goes up to 94% Kate Ryan WTO news I'm Eric white Here are your top headlines from federal news network Several bills impacting the federal workforce are moving forward in Congress for one the House oversight and reform committee passed the change to compete act which would require federal agencies to evaluate candidates based on their skills for a position rather than on education level And to build to address a backlog of veterans records at the national archives and records administration makes it out of committee The House oversight and reform committee advances the access for veterans to records act which would give Nara $60 million to address its backlog of veterans records requests at its national personnel record center For more on these stories go to federal news network dot com Coming up what's behind the offer of a free bus ride from migrants from Texas to D.C. 9 13 and now the small business buzz packaged by the UPS store Small businesses are among the most innovative and in the D.C. area that's evidence when compared to states the district ranks number one for venture capital funding per CAPiTA wallet hub ranks D.C. number one for research and development spending per CAPiTA and sheriff's stem grads That is the sweet spot for many gig workers D.C. is number two for stem job demand and share.

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02:20 min | 7 months ago

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"Proposal for suspending Maryland's gas tax for a month has gone from official statements to floor action in Annapolis Kate Ryan reports Senate Bill ten ten the president motor vehicle taxes tax free period That's the bill that would put Maryland's roughly 37 cent gas tax on hold for 30 days The legislation has moved from the Senate House floor straight to committee That's not the typical path for bills It shows the speed with which lawmakers want to act The proposal for the gas tax holiday comes as the state has a surplus projected at $7.5 billion and gas prices jumped dramatically after Russia's invasion of Ukraine Kate Ryan knew As those gas prices continue to spike life is getting more complicated for employees across many industries for food delivery drivers Things are especially tough It's almost like they're wasting my time That's how Katie feels about her job with DoorDash delivering food in Northern Virginia I'm actually considering quitting altogether She says with the current gas prices the job doesn't make much sense for her anymore especially when the cost of an order is low Would you take something three miles for $2 and 25 cents I don't even want to put my foot on the gas pedal for that Kaya sooner another local door dasher delivers in D.C. and Bethesda It's so crazy high we're filling up our tank dashing and then using that money again to fill up our dink Nick eying Ellie WTO P news DoorDash is out with a statement saying it's happy to provide drivers with access to discounts on gas and other car maintenance to try to help them maximize their earnings And new tonight Uber is adding a surcharge on fares and deliveries in the U.S. and Canada in response to surging gas prices CNBC reports writers will pay a fee of around 50 cents per trip and Uber eats deliveries will include a surcharge of up to 45 cents The fees are being called temporary and may last for at least two months Uber says the fees will go to drivers who are responsible for paying the gas The surcharge is can vary based on trip distance and gas prices in each state We'll have another live update on the snowy and cold rainy windy weather we've got on the way Then the latest developments of the capitol riot investigation Scott mcfarlane of CBS News follows these things very closely He'll be with.

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04:36 min | 9 months ago

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"Have quickly skyrocketed Since the beginning of this month average daily infections jumped 1300% Let's find out more from the lucrative And with that rising cases we are seeing more hospitalizations about a 140% increase but help data shows only about 3% of cases are going to the hospital and deaths have not increased the district is still averaging just one death a day and Maryland cases in hospitalizations are sharply rising Over 1500 are hospitalized there a 130% increase in December 1st Deaths there due to COVID is unclear due to the health department's data breach which disrupted reporting The 7 day average of deaths in Virginia has doubled since the first of the month about 28 people are dying of COVID each day Health data from Virginia shows unvaccinated people wore 4.2 times more likely to catch COVID than those who got the shots Luke lugert WTP news Meantime in Maryland the state says it's got the most infections in a 24 hour period since the pandemic started That makes it 6200 cases And starting Sunday at 5 Howard county residents will have to start wearing masks again Let's get that part of the story from Kate Ryan Howard county executive Calvin ball announced he's reimposing an indoor mask mandate due to the surge in coronavirus cases Since Tuesday Maryland's reported more than 17,000 cases and the test positivity rate was near 13% The mask requirement goes back into effect Sunday at 5 p.m. and it requires that people wear masks indoors in all businesses and facilities that are open to the public as well as on public transportation Montgomery and prince Georges counties already have mask mandates in place mayor muriel Bowser reinstated D.C.'s mask requirements on Tuesday Kate Ryan W TOP news 6 O 5 doesn't look like commute times will improve for you on metro rail anytime soon The system is announcing it will pause the addition of more 7000 series cars back into the system for now Metro says in pausing the return of more 7000 series railcars to the system service will not be impacted General manager Paul weidel says metros holding the cars back out of quote an abundance of caution but that no new issues have popped up Metro will be conducting a new round of daily inspections which makes good sense to the Washington metro rail safety commission Spokesman max Smith says quote the WMS C appreciates metro rails approach to further increasing inspection frequencies Megan clarity OP news There are changes ahead for metro bus riders starting December 26th they can expect delays of no more than 8 minutes on 49 lines as the transit agency makes changes to improve reliability Along with the delay some writers could see their stops relocated and a change to their bus routes Metro says systems says the system is bracing for a drop in ridership as more people shift to working from home due to rising COVID cases Go to WTO P dot com for a full list of the roots that will be affected An update on the 9 year old boy hit by a car near his D.C. school a couple of weeks back he may be paralyzed for life Kate and green's mother released a statement through the family attorney saying doctors think the boy will be paralyzed from the neck down Kaden does have a cervical fusion surgery schedule for January 3rd He was hit near KIPP elementary school on Wheeler wrote in southeast where two other kids and their dad were recently struck as well These two incidents and other issues in the city have prompted immediate roadway changes and legislation aimed at slowing people down Kyle Cooper W TOP news Keep it here on TOP we've got the full Christmas weekend forecast ahead at 6 O 7 Hi this is Dave Preston I highly recommend you watch Christmas Eve on Sesame Street this season from cookie monster eating a pencil and typewriter while trying to write a letter to Santa to Ernie and Bert's gift of the Magi involving selling the rubber ducky and paper clip collection You've also got big bird wondering how Santa delivers all those presents in one night Perhaps the North Pole has gig speed Wi-Fi from Xfinity Xfinity has gig speed Wi-Fi with all the devices in the house gig speeds are just enough you need Wi-Fi to power them only for Xfinity Xfinity delivered their gig speed Internet by 20% and their new router gives you speeds faster than a gig over Wi-Fi It's a big deal Xfinity increased their gig speed Internet by 20% and it's still the same price To get more information on gig speed Wi-Fi from Xfinity visit Xfinity dot com slash gig Gig speed Wi-Fi And if.

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Bus Driver Shortages Are Latest Challenge Hitting US Schools

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00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Bus Driver Shortages Are Latest Challenge Hitting US Schools

"Starts in many districts and school leaders across the region are scrambling to hire school bus drivers that includes Fairfax County public schools. We've been experiencing a driver shortage for some time. It's even before Covid. Francine Furby, the director of transportation for the Fairfax County School system, says her school district isn't alone. Kurt Magnuson, executive director of the National School Transportation Association, says shortages have been an issue for years and the coronavirus has made things worse. We're not immune to any of those conditions that affect other industries, Ver B says. In Fairfax County. Parents are being asked to be flexible and patient, Madison says the same. They're in a lot of cases going to be picking up extra routes. When that bus driver does come around to pick up your trialed Be kind to them because they're part of the solution. Kate Ryan. W. T. O

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Some Maryland School Districts Requiring Proof of Vaccination

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00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Some Maryland School Districts Requiring Proof of Vaccination

"Three Maryland school districts Montgomery, Prince George's and Howard counties. In a pre taped message to Prince George's County school employees, Dr Monica Goldson made the announcement All Prince George's County public School employees will be required to either show proof of vaccination. By Friday, August 27th or submit to weekly on site testing. Montgomery County Public schools issued that systems back to school plans online and like Prince George's County schools, employees will have to get vaccinated or undergo weekly testing. Howard County was the first school district to announce mandated vaccinations for staff. We also will continue vaccination clinics throughout the fall, Howard County School Superintendent Dr Michael Martarano announced the policy at the Board of Education meeting. Thursday. Kate Ryan, w

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Tesla double-charged some customers for new cars

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00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Tesla double-charged some customers for new cars

"Degree attempted murder. Kate Ryan w T. O p. New new Tonight. Tesla, a double charge some customers for new cars. Now, those drivers say they're struggling to get refunds for the added charges for the affected buyers in an interview by CNBC amounts taken from their bank accounts range from $37,000. That's the price of a bass version. Tesla Model three sedan around 71 grand, he that price of a new Tesla model y

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Students in Montgomery Co. will begin returning to classrooms in March

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00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Students in Montgomery Co. will begin returning to classrooms in March

"County was the last jurisdiction in the reach. And to have a total ban on the indoor dining. Kate Ryan. W T. O p. New news this afternoon a transition to in person learning Once again we'll start next month for Montgomery County Public School. Students who choose to small groups of students with special needs can begin transitioning back March 1st with other groups to follow March 15th. Number of students allowed to return will be based on staffing and

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Police officer who died after Washington, DC riot always wanted to be an officer

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00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Police officer who died after Washington, DC riot always wanted to be an officer

"After he engaged with Trump supporters during Wednesday's riot inside the Capitol and as authorities piece together what happened His family has a request in a statement about the death of 42 year old Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, his family asked. That his death not become a political issue. A statement from his brother can said that sick Nick, originally from New Jersey, had always wanted to be a police officer and had served in the New Jersey Air National Guard before eventually joining the Capitol police in 2008. Statement says. Quote Brian is a hero, and that is what we would like people to remember Sick. Nick died of injuries Capitol police say he sustained while physically engaging with rioters on Wednesday. His death is being investigated as a homicide. Kate Ryan w T. O P new now the latest on the Corona virus, more than

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Anthony Brown Urges Another Impeachment of Trump Following Insurrection at U.S. Capitol

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00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Anthony Brown Urges Another Impeachment of Trump Following Insurrection at U.S. Capitol

"President Trump a subversive And says in a statement that the president should be removed from office after today's rioting on Capitol Hill that even led to the deadly shooting of a trump supporter, representative Anthony Brown, called President Donald Trump, a rogue commander in chief, and a credible threat to national security. Brown, who serves Maryland's fourth congressional District, issued the call for impeachment. After a day in which the U. S. Capitol was breached by rioters, Brown said an after action review is needed when we could do that. Then we'll get to the business of figuring out what we need to do differently and better so that this doesn't happen again. Kate Ryan w. T.

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Story of Washington DC’s hawk family is now a book

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01:06 min | 1 year ago

Story of Washington DC’s hawk family is now a book

"They family saga that gripped Washington in the spring. It's now a book. Yet none of the family members is quoted. That's because the book is the story of a hawk family that moved into a nest along Connecticut Avenue. Jennifer Packard, a photographer who lives in Washington, D. C, captured the story. The red shouldered hawks, who drew crowds to a bridge over the Klingle Valley trail along Connecticut Avenue this spring, and we were so worried about you know, Cove it and our democracy, But this this just froze all of that. We were just suspended in time watching this Hawks family, the title of the book and raptured by Raptor. There was Libby, the mom, Cleveland Covert and Dorothy, the three Hawk hatchlings. And the father, Walt, who had a close call. After being tangled in fishing line, He was spotted dangling helplessly, nearly 50 ft in the air. He was rescued by all Moon Raptor Center of Maryland. They nursed him to health and then returned him to the wild. Had they not been able to do that The family would not have had a high survival rate. Kate Ryan w T. O P knew. Would you like some more ways that potentially get

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02:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Some of that bill could be covered by like he plans on energy assistance funds, but says to Cody and those homeowners or renters may not know that they're eligible for low income energy assistance program funds often referred to as meat in Maryland. So she's working with utilities, local governments and through her own outreach to make sure that homeowners in those Categories are getting that information. Kate Ryan w T. O p new now to Annapolis, where a Christmas surprise landed in a Salvation Army Red Kettle discovered among crumpled bills and loose change was something very unexpected. A Canadian gold coin worth about 1800 bucks. The one ounce coin was dropped in last Friday in front of Zachary Jewelers, Captain Ryan Vincent says it was one of those donations. You hear about another locations, but never expected to see. They plan to sell it and use the money for an upcoming covert related relief program. Everyone knows Santa has a big heart. But did you know he's got a sense of humor? You know the difference between the alphabet and the alphabet. The alphabet has no no way didn't tell you about the quality of those jokes. The big guy and Mrs Santa were really good to w. T O P by sharing some of their favorite holiday jokes. We will bring you More later. We haven't learned of all Santa's secrets, but we have gleaned some hints about how he's dealing with gift delivery and social distancing. The people who track him at NORAD say he's being super careful with all those gifts being delivered. He relies on a little bit of magic to get those Gets underneath the Christmas tree. He doesn't go under every single or he doesn't go down every single chimney. Sometimes you realize on a little Christmas magic to get those gifts tell those Children that's NORAD Santa tracker captain Nathaniel Kallen. There was only one thing busier than a Christmas Christmas present buying frenzy. And that's the post Christmas returns in holiday sales may have been booming thanks to covert 19, but shoppers are expected to return twice as many items as they did. Last year. Retailers are going to be faced with a lot more returns this year and are working through the challenges of how to manage the operations and the costs. David Bass IQ who's the global co leader of AlixPartners retail practice. Consumer, therefore has a lot of flexibility with purchasing multiple items, sizes, colors or just you know different options. And then knowing that they have the flexibility to return it, one online analyst says. On average, people return 25% of items They buy online compared with only 8% of what they buy in the stores. I'm Shelly Adler. We hope you're having a good Christmas..

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Art installation featuring origami doves visits Washington DC National Cathedral

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Art installation featuring origami doves visits Washington DC National Cathedral

"But there is the hope that it could reopen and hope is what a new art installation of the cathedral is all about. The more than 1000 folded paper doves that float above the navel. The National Cathedral are part of work of art that's traveled around the world artist Michael Pendry explains. The flock has grown because at each spot The public is invited to create their own. That's the idea behind it that this flock grows from place to place from country to country and crosses borders, Pendry said. Many had messages written on them. Some heartbreaking, some inspiring. That's about freedoms about pieces about love that these are the main things that people really worry about, and want to. Have involved in their lives more than having a new car having a bigger house. Kate Ryan. W T o P.

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

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"19 on Kate Ryan. It's nine o'clock on w T o P This is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Peter King in Orlando, the Homeland Security official who called the 2020 election the most secure in U. S. History is out of a job. CBS is Steve Futterman in his tweets. The president went after Chris Krebs calling Krebs comments defending the reliability of the 2020 election inaccurate. Firing is not a surprise. It had been rumored for the past week. Shortly after Mr Trump made the announcement on Twitter, Krebs replied with a tweet of his own, saying We did it right. He included the hashtag Protect 2020. Mr. Trump has claimed widespread voter fraud without showing any evidence of that. With covert 19 cases rising fast Midwest governors, They're starting to do something that many have resisted in ordering mask mandates and other restrictions. It's a bipartisan effort. This is Kentucky's Andy Bashir right now. Cases and hospitalizations are skyrocketing in the Midwest and really all across the country, And as the weather gets colder and more people head inside, it will get worse. Izer is already said it's covert 19 vaccine is more than 90% effective. Now it's testing a delivery system for four states to see how it could meet challenges like speed and cold storage. CBS is Dr David Vegas. They are testing out the system so that when there is emergency youth authorization, they will be able to deliver the vaccine. There's a complexity to their vaccine and that I must be stored at minus 95 F. Before being you and a prominent Republican senator is working from home after he tested positive for the virus. CBS is Nicole Killian, Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley announced he has tested positive for Corona virus. The Senate's oldest Republican at 87 says he's feeling fine but will follow his doctor's orders and.

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02:14 min | 2 years ago

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"The pandemic. On Kate Ryan. It's 11 18 now traffic and weather on the AIDS with Rita Kessler in the traffic Center on the Beltway in Prince George's County inner lives, starting to see a delay form again passing for 50 the street sweepers that had been completely on the left shoulder. Maybe taking that left lane again. If you try to make your way toward route 50 outer lived near the Baltimore Washington Parkway. While the debris looks like it's cleaned up their words, still, several vehicles Off on the right shoulder, possibly drawing some attention in the day straight to eastbound on the South East South West Freeway near South Capitol Street. That's a report of a crash seeing a delay that begins before the case Bridge trying to make your way past the scene. You'll also find north on Ohio Drive that ramp 23 95 in the 14th Street Bridge has been blocked for work. M Street between Thomas Circle on 13th Street, the water main work ongoing in South bound I Tu 95 before the Beltway, the crash onto the far right side, but not really causing much of a backup in Maryland. 29 near Sligo Creek Parkway. This is Coolsville Road. That was a crash, reportedly involving a pedestrian watch for response in either direction. Randolph Road near Veer's Mill Road, a report of a crash and shady Grove Road for the moment, still closed between crabs Branch Way and Metro Access Road due to the ongoing accident Investigation. Redland wrote it crabs Branch Way was the scene of the wreck and the westbound span of the Bay Bridge. The right lane of three is blocked with the work with not much of a delay in Virginia on 60 60 earlier. Asking project should be completed. Still seeing lingering volume westbound near the Fairfax County Parkway eastbound before 29 in Centerville, Inside the Beltway on eastbound 66 the delays air getting past Washington Boulevard. The left lane gets by the work zone. No problems along 95 in either direction. North bound 3 95 Year the 14th Street Bridge, the right lane has been blocked with the work discovered the sleep number 3 60 smart bed for proven quality sleep during the Veterans Day sales a $1000 on a special edition Smart bed now, 17 99. Date time on Lee it sleep number stores or sleep number dot com. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. And now the storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Ricketts was that heavy rain coming our way, But not today. Today is the last day of this beautiful stretch of weather temperatures back in a little mid.

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Back To School For Montgomery County Students With Phased-In Hybrid Learning

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01:01 min | 2 years ago

Back To School For Montgomery County Students With Phased-In Hybrid Learning

"Montgomery County could be going back to school in small groups. After the start of the new year. The reopening would be phased in with hybrid learning and an eventual return to in person learning for all students by February, small group instruction with hybrid learning could begin by January 12th in Montgomery County schools. With kindergarten 6th and 9th graders coming back English language learners and students in special education programs would also be in the first phase two return school board member Pat O'Neal. I'm appreciative that will be sticking our toe in the water to bring back Children. In the second phase. Students in pre K 2nd 3rd 7th and 10th grades would return and soon after. Kids in 4th, 5th, 8th, 11th and 12th grades would be back in class. By February, all students could be back for in person learning. All of that, of course, depends on metrics, including the average daily increase in cases over a 14 Day period. Kate Ryan. W T o p News.

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03:44 min | 2 years ago

"kate ryan" Discussed on WTOP

"Top local stories we're following this hour, a DC church that sued the city over Corona virus restrictions is offering up in Amen this morning. After earning a big legal victory, Capitol Hill Baptist Church has been awarded injunctive relief by a federal judge and will be allowed to begin holding outdoor church services in the city. The church has been meeting in Alexandria during the pandemic, but after city leaders staunchly supported in attended protein Yes. Earlier this year, church leaders asked for permission to begin holding outdoor gatherings in D. C. The church went to court after the city denied those requests, and the judge's ruling means it was likely the church would prevail. A pastor there says in a statement that church leaders air now speaking with a variety of outdoor venues in D C about holding services in the future, John Dome and W. T O P News, a Montgomery County police officer will not be charged in the deadly shooting of a silver spring man. Ah, special invite Stig Ation concluded the officer's actions were reasonable. Pluto Peas, Kate Ryan, reports and report includes intense sound of the fatal police encounter, which some may find disturbing. It was May 7th police were called to the White Oak section of silver Spring to find 30 year Old Finn on bear. Hey with a large kitchen knife in his hands. Montgomery County Police Sergeant David Cohen pulls up steps out of his cruiser with his weapon drawn almost immediately. Berhe rushes towards Cohen, who backpedals tonight. Down there. Hey, is silent, but doesn't put down the knife or get down on the ground warning. The next part is hard to listen to Cohen calls out Get on the ground. I don't want to shoot to hear. He rushes at him going fires a voice from a witness calls out to bear him, calling him Finn. Prosecutors from Howard County who were called on to investigate incidents involving Montgomery County police. Found the shooting to be a reasonable use of force. Given the circumstances, Sergeant Cohen can return to the force. There will be an administrative review. Kate Ryan w. T. O P News president Trump has suggested that he has the power to direct law enforcement to monitor polling places for a potential fraud. But D C's attorney general is pushing back. Do you see? Attorney General Karl Racine is countering that message? I think Trump has no such power. W T o p asking D C deputy attorney General Cake Konopka. If Trump is trying to intimidate poor, Democratic, black and Brown voters from casting ballots to the extent that it could serve to be a chilling effect on any member in D, C and voting, we want to make sure that that does not Mr Trump has consistently cast doubt on the election, believing there's potential for widespread fraud. Tanaka, saying their office is committed to doing everything within their power to ensure the voting process is safe and secure. Ken Duffy w GOP News Early voting in Virginia continues to surge, The Washington Post reports. So far nearly 887,000 Virginians have voted in person by mail or by hand delivering their ballots. To a registrar's office or drop box. The number of ballots already cast is approaching a quarter of the 3.7 million counted for the entire 2016 general election. The turnout so far puts Virginia one of a handful of states to kickoff balloting 45 days ahead of Election Day, well ahead of most states in early voting. It's 107. Get ready. Get set. Seoul This is Dave Johnson..

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Montgomery County, Maryland, allows restaurants to keep their lights on

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00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Montgomery County, Maryland, allows restaurants to keep their lights on

"County leaders consider relaxing more Corona virus restrictions on businesses. They say their plans to close straits the restaurant's conserve more people. Outdoors has been a success. On Monday, the Montgomery County Council will look at changing some of the features of the face to reopening plan, including allowing museums and bowling alleys to open County Council member Andrew Friedson says the closure of some streets that allowed restaurants to create adequate social distancing outdoors. Has worked well in Bethesda for two reasons. I think certainly Bethesda is set up as a very urban environment. And he said the annual taste of Bethesda Food and Crafts Festival has a concept similar to the so called street. Every program. The areas that are closed off are part of what is closed off for the taste of Bethesda with the same type of barriers with the same type of traffic changes. Kate Ryan w T. O P News

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From ‘pandemic pods’ to mask breaks: What Johns Hopkins experts say about back to school

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00:51 sec | 2 years ago

From ‘pandemic pods’ to mask breaks: What Johns Hopkins experts say about back to school

"Virus. When their kids are going back to school or getting together in pandemic pods. The question of mask breaks has come up. Is that a good idea? Double d T o peace. Kate Ryan has our latest look at parenting in a pandemic doctor and that Anderson, deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Safe and Healthy Schools, said anecdotal accounts of the spread of Cove in 19 after mask breaks were allowed suggest they may not be a good idea. Instead, she says, we have to help our young people to know how to keep their masks on, Anderson concedes. That's a tall order, but I think that we have to have more practice around how students can give incentives. Fact or being a strong and here's to this mandate because it's part of the safety protocol. Anderson spoken to Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Webinar Back to school concerns. Kate

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03:58 min | 2 years ago

"kate ryan" Discussed on WTOP

"Kate Ryan. W T o p News 10 13 members of Congress have proposed legislation removing the name of a segregationist from a fountain that sits between Maryland and the District House. Democratic lawmakers Eleanor Holmes Norton of D. C. And Jamie Raskin in Maryland no longer want that Chevy Chase Circle Fountain to bear the name of the village and neighborhoods. Founder Francis Nolan's Norton tells w. T o p that the plaque there does not reveal anything of the story of new ones is arch racist views on Wass. And UN reconstructed races. Newlands, who was a former senator from Nevada and created Chevy Chase in the 18 nineties through his land development company was known for wanting Chevy Chase to be all white and favorite Things like limiting education opportunities for African Americans. Kenzo FEA W T O P News The mayor of Lorraine Virginia, is responding to calls for his resignation for a now deleted Facebook post that Red Joe Biden has just announced. And Jemima as his VP pick. Hell, no, I'm not resigning. Louis Mayer buried prez. Graves says he thought the post was humorous. A council member called for him to resign, saying The post wasn't appropriate or funny Prez, Graves told the Page Valley News. I don't even depict that is racist and Jemima all my life. The town council will discuss the matter next week. President Graves does say the post was a mistake. And if he had a chance to do it over, he wouldn't in his words. You can apologize all you want, but no one will believe it. Dear Lord, consistent W T o P knows Montgomery County Council has unanimously approved more than $3 million. It will be dedicated to helping black residents get tested for Corona virus. The money would also help those who test positive to receive financial assistance also help with medical treatment, mental health and food assistance. Meantime, new research is finding that minority and socio, economically disadvantaged Children Have significantly higher rates of covert 19 infection. The findings from Children's National Hospital researchers mirrors similar health disparities found in adults data from the 1st 1000 patients finds While about 7% of non Hispanic white Children were positive Rickover at 19 about 30% of non Hispanic black, 46% of Hispanic Children were positive. Study appears in the journal Pediatrics. Let's get a look at Wall Street Down Jeff Clave on the Dow is up 260 points. The S and P 500 index is up 1% Money news in 10 minutes on the whole sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River. Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Let's go to Dave Preston. Good morning mark Breaking College Football News. The Big 10 announces its league only scheduled for this fall. Maryland begins the season on the road in Iowa Labor Day Weekend place. It's hope they're the next Saturday against Michigan State visits Penn State October 17th and wraps up the regular season November 20 1st of Minnesota Tweeted the full schedule for the league Devi Presto ended w T. O p. Make sure get in Ohio State fans. You might want to sit down your Annual game has been moved to October 24th. Meanwhile, the University of Connecticut becomes the first FBI school to cancel its season. The Huskies or one of six schools who did not play in a conference as they left the A. C earlier this year. Baseball nationals are back at 500 for the first time since opening weekend after their win over the New York match. Patrick Corbin strikes out eight in the victory. Max Yours is on the mound this evening for the 605 start on 1500 A. M. N b. A wizard's try to avoid an Owen, four started their summer reboot they take on Philadelphia. This afternoon at four Dave Preston w T o P Sports All right, Dave..

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"kate ryan" Discussed on WTOP

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

"kate ryan" Discussed on WTOP

"Kate Ryan w T. O P New Maryland State lawmakers are under pressure to convene a special session in Annapolis to address several matters related to the pandemic and the criminal justice system, saying it's simply cannot wait. More than 70 religious groups, nonprofits and union sent a letter to Maryland's legislative leaders. Convening a special session before they're scheduled return in January. Catherine Paul's a research and policy analyst with a group called Casa, an advocate for minority groups, saying there's a failure of leadership in the Legislature understand that their limitations of having a special session. We understand that their health concerns, But quite frankly, the risk of the Legislature not reconvening for a special session is two great people are dying. Just last month, aides to both the Maryland House speaker and Senate president both said no decision as Been made yet on a possible special session. Ken Duffy w GOP News, 7000 small businesses and nonprofit agencies in Virginia will receive $70 million in financial aid to help them recover from the economic ravages of the virus. Pandemic rights are being made available to operations with less than 1.5 $1,000,000 in annual revenue. Which employ no more than 25 people. Governor Ralph Northam says the state is making the aid available to those enterprises that have not received federal Corona virus aid. Restaurants, gyms, exercise and fitness centers are among those eligible and to achieve diversity, equity and inclusion. The state says it will ensure that half the $70 million goes to small businesses and nonprofits in low income communities. Ridicule Yano w. T o P News Governor Northam is holding his briefing right now we will get you more of what he has to say coming up in the minutes ahead here on Double D t o P 2 14 The Emmy nominations air out the most honored show. HBO's watchman with 26 nominations. The HBO superhero drama Watchman is up for best limited. Siri's Regina King and Jeremy Irons are nominated for their roles in that the marvellous. Mrs Mazel is second with 20 nominations, including best comedy Siri's and Best Actress for Rachel Brosnahan, Ozarks. 18 Nominations include best drama series lead actor for Jason Bateman and lead actress for Laura Linney. Among the other acting nominees is Brad Pitt for playing Dr Anthony Fauci on Saturday night Live..

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Maryland police chief resigns after reports of discrimination within department

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

Maryland police chief resigns after reports of discrimination within department

"Four prince George's county police chief Hank Stawinski resigns following a scathing report outlining complaints of discrimination and retaliation within the police department's more from WTOP's Kate Ryan prince George's county police chief Hank Stawinski resigned hours after the ACLU of Maryland released in ninety four page report alleging dozens of incidents of racist conduct by white officers the same reports said that when black officers complained of racism within the department they suffered retaliation Bob Ross with the prince George's county chapter of the N. double ACP said his organization had called for a no confidence vote against storing ski who is white prince George's county executive Angela also Brooks issued this statement announcing Stravinsky's resignation effective immediately Kate Ryan W. T. G. O. P. news and I'm Michelle bash the report supports a lawsuit filed on behalf of thirteen officers of color prince George's county police lieutenant Sonya's Allah coffer is one of them I think your report was able to gather understanding of the police department and provide a clear understanding of the unfair practices under chief Kaminski she believes the chief's resignation was coming because she and others were asking for change for so long and nothing was done we want to see equity fairness unbiased policing and genuine transparency Michelle bass WTOP news also Brooks is holding a news conference tomorrow at noon about there's the ACLU also releasing a report that says DC police disproportionately targeted targets African Americans when they stop people on the streets we are still awaiting a response from DC

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Unrest erupts all over US, including Washington DC, following the death of George Floyd

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01:23 min | 2 years ago

Unrest erupts all over US, including Washington DC, following the death of George Floyd

"Has spread across America riots and protests breaking out in at least twenty major cities sparked by the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis things were tense here in DC even close to the White House White House went into lockdown mode things evolved very quickly we were actually at our life position outside when we started hearing chanting and yelling we heard people saying things like George Floyd's name I can't breathe I even some anti trump slogans like Hey Hey ho ho Donald Trump has got to go those were the types of things that we were hearing that CVS is Nicole Killian in Maryland leaders and Anna Rundle county are denouncing the actions of the Minneapolis police officers who were involved in George Floyd's arrest the people all over this community who have just reached the point of being fed up Carl Snowden with the caucus of African American leaders joined Anna Rundle county executive Stuart pigment and civic activist in denouncing the death of George Floyd a black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes Snowden urged the county executive to keep money in the county budget for police body cameras with body cameras have proven to be is that I'm blanking out there will tell a story that is not based on people's perspective of what happened Kate Ryan WTOP

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Washington DC, Montgomery Co. keeping coronavirus restrictions in place for now

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00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC, Montgomery Co. keeping coronavirus restrictions in place for now

"Are slivers of hope this morning when it comes to easing restrictions in Montgomery County but getting to re opening will take a bit longer according this morning to county officials Montgomery county executive Marc Elrich says he is not ready to give a date for reopening the county to match the state's phase one relaxation on covert nineteen restrictions but county health officer Dr Travis gale said there are some hopeful signs nine of the past fourteen days we have seen decreases in the number of new cases overall dance calls the spike of more than seventeen hundred cases in a single day on Tuesday an aberration Kate Ryan WTOP

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Washington D.C. - Maryland governor says coronavirus tests acquired from South Korea under guard at undisclosed location

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00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Washington D.C. - Maryland governor says coronavirus tests acquired from South Korea under guard at undisclosed location

"Maryland governor Larry Hogan said the half million tests for corona virus that came from South Korea are going out he pushed back against reports that a few of them only a few of them had been deployed we are utilizing the test we have thousands of them that are being deployed Maryland governor Larry Hogan speaking on Washington post live took issue with the post on reporting indicated feel with the five hundred thousand corona virus tests flown in from South Korea had actually been put to use Hogan said thousands had been taken to the eastern shore where testing center of produce stadium has been set up health officials there couldn't specify how many tests they had and all of those how many might be from South Korea the National Guard and the state police are guarding the status at a undisclosed location they're helping us distribute the test Hogan said they'll be used at nursing homes around the state nearly half of Maryland's deaths from covert nineteen have happened in nursing homes and assisted living facilities Kate Ryan

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Washington - maryland coronavirus cases pass 10,000

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01:00 min | 2 years ago

Washington - maryland coronavirus cases pass 10,000

"Maryland has passed the ten thousand mark in total number of virus cases in state health leaders are trying to anticipate what they'll need in terms of medical supplies Greg Todd deputy secretary of operations at the Maryland department of health was asked if Maryland has all it needs to protect healthcare workers as they respond to the corona virus he told lawmakers what's been ordered much of it from China we've got probably seven or eight million different PP items between surgical masks and N. ninety five masks and gloves and gowns Todd also told members of the general assembly's joint workgroup on covert nineteen that the state has access to two thousand additional ventilators and four hundred seventy more are coming from the federal government I think at this point we're probably safe with the ventilators that I can change over the next few weeks of the cases out worse and Todd has plans for distribution will shift according to conditions and where the needs are greatest Kate Ryan WTOP

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"kate ryan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"kate ryan" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Kate Ryan family disputes the police account of an officer involved shooting I'm John donvan and we hear from a Mount Airy couple on a mandatory quarantine after a cruise it's twelve o'clock this is C. B. S. news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Stephen Portnoy in Washington new restrictions and closures are falling into place is cases and deaths from corona virus mount new York's governor reports the death of a woman in her eighties who had emphysema at least fifty two Americans have now died from the disease New Zealand says all incoming travelers will have to self isolate for fourteen days the Pentagon says anyone who's been overseas in the past two weeks won't be admitted into the building and at the White House a peculiar scene moments ago a representative of the White House physician's office is just taking the temperature of all the reporters and technicians in place for a noontime briefing there from the vice president president trump told CBS's we J. Jiang yesterday he might get tested for the virus but the White House doctor said this morning that's not necessary as the president's not showing any symptoms Mr trump was recently in contact with two Brazilians who tested positive the house last night overwhelmingly passed a response bill requiring paid leave for corona virus and bolstering the social safety net the bill was carefully negotiated and eventually earned the president's backing it now moves to the Senate where top Democrat Chuck Schumer's hoping for swift action is a crisis in this country and we have to move quickly so I'm glad that Congress took the lead last night and passed a proposal that will really help the red cross says what would really help is some fresh blood your CBS's Chris Martinez Carlson Schroeder donates blood once every two months it's not only to help others but also his own health or the doctor wanted me to drop a pride of blood because I have high hemoglobins the red cross says donations like Carlton's are vital now more than ever as coronavirus worries rise blood drives around the nation are being canceled especially in states with large outbreaks facials are counting on us across the country red cross vice president Paul Sullivan says blood banks are asking healthy people to donate and make tame the blood supply in addition to requiring self isolation for new arrivals New Zealand has had to delay a grim memorial the first anniversary of the Christchurch Christchurch massacre it was a massacre that shocked the world it is with sadness that odd bars that the number of people who have died has now risen to fifty eventually it rose to fifty one old killed as they were attending afternoon prayers at two different mosques New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern addressed for nations that quiet Friday afternoon has become our darkest of days the lone gunman Brenton Terence a twenty eight year old.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kate ryan" Discussed on WTOP

"At least for Republicans Mr going all forty seven Democrats voting for witnesses just before the trial resumed the White House issued a formal letter to former national security adviser John Bolton seeking to block publication of his forthcoming memoir CBS news special report on Gary noms WTOP at one fifty two now the rape and sex assault trial of Harvey Weinstein is once again mark by emotional testimony today this time from a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by the former movie mogul in two thousand four John Dunning says it happened after she jumped at Weinstein's invitation to screen test for a movie role she claims winds dean took her to his apartment bedroom where she stood up in shock after he allegedly put his hand up her dress after that Weinstein allegedly told her not to make a big deal out about about it and that it would never happen again three alleged members of a white supremacist group who apparently had plans to attend the Richmond gun rally are now indicted on federal charges to Maryland man Brian Lumley junior of Elton and William bill borough of Denton Patrick Matthews of Canada are facing multiple gun and other charges prosecutors say they're members of a neo **** group called the base court records say they hope the gun rally would spark a civil war well have you ever been confused by a ballot question well it's not just you some Maryland lawmakers want to make those questions easier to understand you go into the voting booth knowing who you want to vote for and then you're faced with a ballot question with language like this and be it further enacted that the foregoing sections here by proposed you may feel like you landed in the middle of the latest production of Hamilton and that's precisely why Maryland state senator Cheryl Kagan has sponsored a bill that would simplify ballot language to make it understandable to any voter a companion bill is being heard by a house committee other election related bills being heard in Annapolis deal with early voting sites and special elections calendars Kate Ryan WTOP news please your.

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President Trump will become first president to speak at March for Life

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00:27 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump will become first president to speak at March for Life

"Carried participants for the forty seventh annual March for life for dotting the streets around the national mall and marchers who oppose abortion rights are meeting up somewhat signs others with matching hats saying March for life many energized by a personal appearance from president Donald Trump the first time a sitting president will attend the March in person on the national mall Kate Ryan WTOP news we've got much more information about the March at WTOP

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