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Washington, DC-Area Nursing School Operators Charged With Selling Bogus Diplomas
"D. C area nursing school operators are facing charges. The FBI says they were selling bogus transcripts, certifications and diplomas to people wanting to become nurses. Investigators say 50 year old Patrick Nuwakot of Laurel, Maryland, and 62 Year old Mosab Bangor of Manassas, We're selling the bogus documents for anywhere from 6 to $18,000. The FBI says the document were created through a nursing school in Woodbridge and the tour accused of continuing to sell those documents even after the state shut down. The school of Florida nursing school operator was also charged for working with them on the alleged scheme, which also included helping unqualified candidates past nursing board exams. The three are facing a long list of charges, including conspiracy to commit health care fraud.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WTOP
"Sea route to 95 Dave Tilden. W T o P. TRAFFIC. All right, Dave Storm T four meteorologist Matt Ritter, a powerful storm system heading our way for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, becoming breezy and cloudy tonight, with temperatures holding in the upper thirties to mid forties, rising into the upper fifties to load a bit sixties tomorrow during the day. Some showers in the morning, becoming periods of heavy rain during the afternoon and the evening a flash flood watch will start at 1 P.m.. And then the rain will end shortly after midnight, then Christmas day during the day makes a clouds and sunshine blustery and much colder with some passing flurries. Chapters we falling into the forties and thirties. I'm storm Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter 47 right now in Rosslyn and Farragut Square. It's also 47 degrees in Laurel, Maryland. Temperatures tonight dipping down into the upper thirties and mid forties brought to you by patient first positions, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. W T OBY Now it 4 41. And we continue to follow breaking news for you on w T. O P A Prince George's County Circuit Court judge ruling today. That the county's endured dining ban is legitimate and can stand. The judge ruling that the Prince George's County dining band for indoors is the legitimate public interest to save lives. Washington Post says This is just one of three suits that the restaurant Association of Maryland has filed. The other suits were filed in Montgomery County and in Baltimore City, and we're still awaiting word on those verdicts. But again, Ah Prince George's County circuit judge upholding that counties indoor dining ban. All three cases are being heard today. The judge's ruling differing from a decision from an Anna Rondell Circuit court judge who last week Granted a temporary restraining order that allowed restaurants to continue indoor dining until December. 28th when they'll hold another hearing. We will bring you more information as soon as we get it. We want to remind you that there are some new closures taking effect this evening because of the pandemic in D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's newest coronavirus restrictions go into effect tonight at 10 just.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WTOP
"Laurel, Maryland. Giandomenico W. T. O P News, 9 41 As women celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the right to vote this month, historians recognized the role that protests play in our society. They were the first group to ever protest outside of the White House. And they were 12 suffragists, who exited their house on Lafayette Square with headquarters were and walked over the north Gate of the White House. With the goal of trying Tio change Woodrow Wilson's mind about the amendment. Colleen showdown with the White House Historical Association says it's the longest social movement in American history. It's also accommodated in the largest single enfranchisement of American voters in our nation's history. The 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18 1920. Most black women, however, waited nearly five decades later. Toe actually exercise that right state laws kept many from the poles via poll taxes and literacy tests. Andrea Camber and W GOP News and heads up If you'd like to learn Maura about how the movement started, the National Archives is featuring a Siri's of virtual events on its website all through August to commemorate the 1/100 anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment. Heads up to Maryland voters. Thie State Board of Elections has announced plans on early voting and more early voting can start October 26th and will run right through Election Day in Maryland. That's one of the decisions made by the state Board of Elections. At it's Wednesday meeting 80 early voting sites will be available statewide and will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Each day, absentee ballot applications will still be mailed to all eligible voters and instead of having all the polling places open on election Day, 360 Designated voting centers will be open in part due to a shortage of election judges. Voters could use any one of those voting centers to cast their ballots. Kate Ryan w T o P. News If you've ruled out taking a trip to the National Zoo during the pandemic, a new APP can provide your kids with some virtual zoo related fun..
Washington, DC - Anne Arundel police hoping to capitalize on increasing interest in cold cases
"A good mystery and with podcasts, TV shows and social media making cold cases, a draw an area Police department is hoping to take advantage of the interest by highlighting local murders that have never been solved. And around the county Police are using social media to highlight a new cold case every week. The citizens and their tips. I might not be able to get some of my cases even go into Detective Regina Collier has around 70 unsolved homicides. She wants to close some of them. Nearly 50 years old. And she says, Bringing these cases back up sometimes triggers a change of heart in someone who can help but just hasn't offered to. Yes, sometimes people's relationships with the people in question change or the suspect died, and now they're not scared anymore. The first case highlighted involved in 1970 for murder of Lois Williams. Williams and her six year old son were living with her grandmother in Laurel, Maryland. John Doman w T. O P News heads up to
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WTOP
"Normal CBS news travel editor Peter Greenberg says of cruise lines they've got a problem because a lot of folks think of a cruise ship as it nothing more than a floating Petri dish however their passengers are very very loyal so look for passengers to eventually return in droves but first cruise lines are going to have to change floor plans and procedures what might that look like limits of people in the pools of the jacuzzi's end about Faye in which you'll never go near the food you will point to what you want and a uniformed staff member will play it for you of course changes cost money so Greenberg says initially you may not see the cruise prices go up because they want to encourage people to come back but those prices will go up to read more go to WTOP dot com and search travel Michelle Basch WTOP news tomorrow in the final part of the series Machel will look at how and where people will likely travel another staple of summer will be opening as usual for Memorial Day we're talking about two pools in laurel Maryland you miserable and Greenview Dr pools will not open for the holiday weekend mayor Craig moe says it's the best precaution to take during the pandemic Montgomery County said earlier this week that its pools will not open as well for more for Memorial Day the now convicted star of the Netflix hit tiger king is looking to make some noise again and he hopes president trump will hear it on a bus all the way from Texas Joe exotics presidential pardon team is on a national tour our purpose is to bring as much attention to this was a possible your glove A. K. A. big juicy is the private investigator on the case and says Joe is innocent he was sentenced to twenty two years in prison for abusing Tigers in a murder for hire plot they're now asking for a presidential pardon this president will understand biases and you'll understand his job killed her husband loves Joe has had a rough time in prison and he has no idea the reach of his story on social media is a world heavyweight champion of Netflix we're here right along and that's what we intend on doing Alyssa how old the B. two B. news coming up in money news a.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WTOP
"At four thirty eight weather can weather on the aids and when it breaks the random rain shower moved across the southeastern part of the beltway and I. Maryland route for scripting over the Chesapeake right now on your Calvert county on route four northbound thru Cheney ville caller said the police and stop traffic beyond skaters turned wrote for an investigation southbound slowly getting by with a little rubber necking in the district outbound on Suitland parkway the traffic jam from Stanton road leads into Maryland there is a closure not of Suitland parkway but Naylor road between the parkway and the small traffic circle outside the metro station that is causing long delays because a lot of drivers from Suitland parkway are forced to exit on the single lane branch Avenue offramp from Virginia north bound on three ninety five on the fourteenth street bridge above the Potomac the crash is blocking the left half of the main span sign work on the southeast southwest freeway between the third street Thailand Maine Avenue two left lanes are blocked causing delays westbound from the tunnels toward the waterfront in Virginia on sixty six single lane closures westbound between the beltway and Centerville brief delays eastbound two lanes are blocked between fifty and one twenty three two right lanes are getting by then again some slowing through a work zone between Nutley street and beltway in any given moment to kind of shift around the barrel so it's kinda hard to keep track but you can plan on some congestion no major delays though this time around route seventy eastbound you're the widening project Biela road only one left lane is getting by beltway in Virginia and Maryland fairly quiet ninety five southbound will slow across the aka Kwan and in laurel Maryland resurfacing one ninety seven between the B. W. parkway and near Kirk road only one north and south bound lane getting pike slowly warm weather's coming snow will tune up here conditioner now for just forty nine dollars plus get a fifty dollar restaurant icon gift card free snow heating and air dot com.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WTOP
"Looking forward to catching up on conversations with clients and fixing some of their do it yourself disasters some people have taken cutting their own here at home will will I'm sure see some people with some drastic changes the a log in steam WTOP knows it's four oh five slight recovery on Wall Street today as parts of the country star to re open let's go live to WTOP's Jeff Clabaugh that optimism is what gets credit for the market's rally today the Dow is up four hundred points at its peak today by the close it was still up one hundred seventy four that's three quarters of a percent just shy of twenty four thousand the S. and P. five hundred index gained another one percent today on the nasdaq rallied one point three percent remarkable as it may sound the nasdaq is now down just under two percent year to date although it's still got a way to go to fix that Feb worry hi John all righty Jeff will talk again at four twenty five four oh five here on WTOP another sobering reality an ice rink in laurel Maryland has become a makeshift morgue the gardens ice house in west laurel has five rings that have been used for everything from college games to birthday parties but now it holds the bodies of Maryland residents Maryland delegate Mary Liman tells NBC four it is a way to respect the dead as they wait for space to open up at funeral homes and mortuaries it's a sign of the times we're living in and I do think the state is trying its very best and this is the right thing to do to bring more dignity to this very very unfortunate situation the ice rink has been closed to the public since governor Hogan ordered nonessential businesses to close in March Andrea Cameron WTOP news latest numbers on the corona virus we have almost.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WTOP
"Out of the bay bridge also in great shape ninety five Baltimore Washington parkway each street all right between the gold layers and all is quiet on two seventy in both directions popular WTOP traffic after a warm spring like day clouds will be on the increase this evening and overnight tonight the cloud cover combined with some light southerly winds will keep temperatures on the mild side for low temperatures this time of the year anyway those would be in the upper forties to mid fifties that range is closed or normal highs for this time of the year so with a higher starting point for temperatures tomorrow will be another mild day despite all the clouds and a few light showers will be arriving during the day for the light stuff it'll be around breezy and unseasonably mild otherwise high will be in the mid to upper sixties showers tapering off Wednesday behind a cold front so not as mild mostly cloudy eyes be the upper fifties to low sixties and Thursday partly sunny and warmer temperatures will return back into the low to mid sixties mostly cloudy for Friday the next warm system will start sending some showers our way during the day but highs will get into the mid to upper sixties I'm store team for meteorologist Matt Ritter sixty nine degrees in Lorton Virginia seventy degrees in laurel Maryland and sixty eight degrees in Logan circle in DC seven thirty Baltimore Chesapeake division and WTOP's Washington's top news on air and online at WTOP dot com good evening I'm don't want to be free sodas we have Matt small at the editor's desk coming up now is Maryland handling its response to the corona virus on Kate Ryan Wall Street futures are higher after president trump proposes a payroll tax cut Asian.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Oh five WMAL traffic and weather every ten minutes first on the fights here's Lisa maiden in the fifteen carpet cleaning traffic center with slippery and now busy crash on the outer loop in New Hampshire Avenue blocking two lanes on the right we have an apartment fire in laurel Maryland it says affecting a portion of Scott Adams court this one at we rode and nothing to report though through laurel if you take route one one ninety seven or even one ninety eight all on route thirty two we had a minor collision at the entrance for an essay westbound but everything's getting through broken lance parkway at Stevens forest road in Columbia Maryland crash just reported Virginia traffic you are excellent on the wet pavement now from garage door repair dot com the W. M. A. all weather channel forecast Friday morning with occasional rain around I think we'll keep the rain in the forecast as we head on through the daytime hours today on again off again a temperatures will be in the upper part of the fifties I meteorologist restate your from the weather channel on WMAL right now fifty two degrees in Washington I'm heather Curtis someone five point nine FM Washington small WMAL Washington mornings take a morning for five or six on WMAL where Washington comes to talk coming up this morning six thirty five I'll talk to Michael Pridgen a former intelligence officer on the breaking news overnight get to that in a moment seven oh five soccer and Jenny all join us from the help seven thirty five we talk to Dan Gabriel former CIA officer eight oh five this morning Philip van cleave from the Virginia civil defense league so we get at how yesterday one with Virginians making that public comic public commentary to their lawmakers about gun laws in the state eight thirty five this morning Steven Marshall join us as.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Do you live Andrew I live in Randallstown Maryland brand on Meryl morning you're driving to work we take it yeah over time today when you do that you I get some T. N. make an ice cream stop you make ice cream for a living yeah well where you make ice cream what company because there's a lot of great ice cream place Nestle I've salivating over here can you can you pit stop in eighteen oh one Rockville pike lose a bunch of it will be right out to pick it up we could take it off your hands I get that all the time hi what this is so cool so what do you I'm fascinated right now making ice cream means what we what you start I'm talking about like a ball kind of like there's like a corporate facility where you create and make this goodness like we make like from there argan dot all out where can we roll out can we come visit with breakfast that would be also I'm not sure how they would feel now you'd have to bring enough for everyone that's fine we can do that we have pull with it made when we go visit offices yeah I would love to come see your little trade would be in order it's like where is this ice cream factory you speak of laurel Maryland wow whiskey bottom road in laurel Maryland they make ice cream goodness for Nestle gosh darn it we learn something not of this morning and now we want to be your BFF and we're going to try to bribe do just a little bit right now have this four pack a passes to the Montgomery County fair unlimited rides it's yours all of it right now and we don't need the ice cream in return all that great I appreciate it but we gladly take some day right there for producer kaylynn thinks what is good for you morning up by the way she's going to be in here just a few minutes I shall share a quote with us to get us all into the right morning mindset although talking about ice cream certainly did help yes of coming here and read the ingredients to a drum stick to ask that'll be plenty inspiring enough today thanks to discover C. is Lisa Bain with a look at traffic.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Effort to get to the truth when it comes to the Obama administration spying on or conducting electric surveillance of and and sending of course, spies in into meet with popadopoulos and Carter page a set people up and the time line they've provided doesn't add up, and these people that dishonesty is really extraordinarily wish. Go to a phone Cody say, go to phone call. Let's go to a phone call. Let's go to let's go to j calling from laurel Maryland, Jay, you're on the Chris Plante show. Okay. Go back to about two years ago. I read an article on Faisal warrants that said that ninety nine percent of warrants her. Yes. The same article said that that they'd approve several on the Trump administration. Yes. One one original in three extensions. Right. So four or five, but they also mentioned that just before they approve those by weaker to court had turned down one. I've always been suspicious court that wondered thing turned down that nobody's looking at might have actually been I warrant at the FBI tried to use to to monitor Trump and that the courts at now, we're not gonna let you monitor the other campaign in turn that now. Well, it's it's quite possible. And and well, we we don't know if they surveilled other campaigns if they sent confidential informants and other campaigns, but we do know they did that with Trump. This is the Chris Plante show. Justice department, saying the president has exerted executive privilege of meanwhile, William bar found in contempt of congress.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"The morning ninety seven point one wash FM on thanks for letting us be a part of your morning. So chilly, tell me why is this that that people are posting photos of themselves doing this women eating on social media. You noticed that? There are a lot of food bloggers and stuff, but they'll take pictures of the food though, take pictures of the fork full, but you rarely see them shoving their face with the food or taking bites of the food or chewing the food because well, they don't really feel like the most complimentary thing come to think of it. I've not seen too many photos of women eating on Instagram. Right. So there is this eating coach, Linda Tucker. And she goes, you know, what we should do this more. We should make it. So that we feel more comfortable eating in front of others. It's a normal thing. So she started the hashtag women eating food. It started out pretty little just a handful of photos. But now just a couple of weeks. There are hundreds of people women who are posting pictures of them taking bites and eating. Ng food. We should not be ashamed. No. In fact, you know, what I'm thinking right now, by the way, you can read more about this on the Toby chilly page at wash them dot com. You know what we should do? Let's see. There is chilly Amar's producer Kayla. There's Lisa Bayden. Do you think producer Kelly? You could run next door to silver diner, brings some food in here. We could take some pictures of all you guys post them all on Instagram. Actually, I mentioned the Kayla. We have anything back there that we we have a lot of snacks and stuff here. I'm the I'm not shy about. You know, I'm not I'm not shy about eating even when dating lake when you're out in a social setting and I don't want to be stereotypical. But I know from my own friends, they're kind of nervous about eating in front of men foods like it wouldn't order pasta could get messy, right? But I've never been Shyam. I bring it. This is me baby. You know, this thing because it's hashtag women eating food. But you don't have this problem with guys because we have no problem challen down and take him. But yeah, we'll try to get pictures of us. That would be very to see that hashtag women eating food flooding around on the Toby until he page ninety seven point one wash 'em. He coming up just a little bit Toby. Chile's top stories. Alexa, bilingual c-. Okay. No right now traffic, see Lisa Vaden. Thanks to jiffy lube. What is going on man? Vehicle into the woods in laurel Maryland, northbound Baltimore Washington Parkway between one ninety seven and one ninety eight one to the right now gets by sixty six eastbound crash at twenty eight Centerville laugh that was moved onto the right shoulder. Delays adamant acids to Centerville back to normal where Toby and chilly in the morning. I'm Lisa Bayden on ninety seven point one wash f f but farmers insurance. We know a roof can withstand a lot. One exception being an airborne car.
Moon Water Droplets
"Soil sample. That were collected by astronauts on the Apollo mission suggested the moon lacks water except for the poles. But a new study that just came out indicates that our moon isn't completely bone dry. It turns out that impacts of small meteoroid 's have hit the moon and propels dust up and in this dust Thurs water droplets in the atmosphere where Nastase lady the lunar atmosphere, dust, environment explorer, the LA D E spacecraft scoop them up and did some rations in the team that studied this data found that evidence of water was released twenty nine times between October twenty thirteen in April of twenty fourteen in their analysis shows that the water is hidden below a layer of about eight centimeters of soil, but the water concentrations are no more than zero point zero five percent. And that subsoil could never be fertile. It's still drier than the driest desert on earth. Dana Hurley from Johns Hopkins University applied physics laboratory in laurel Maryland, the team said the moon is being pelted by tiny dust particles every day and every once in a while, the moon flies through meteoroid streams when that bombardment is most intense, the occasional detect traces of water and these detections Kurd at the same time. The moon is passing through these streams in he said that made us think we're witnessing water being released by the meteoroid 's. So NASA astronauts won't be able to sustain themselves with the water on the moon. But it does show that there's actually water under the surface this small amount that the moon has right now while it's getting shutout into space, basically, and it could be losing as much as two hundred tons of water per year on the moon. So we could probably repurpose. Some of the water, but it's not enough to sustain the
The Parker solar probe passed within fifteen million miles of Sun
"I'm going to be talking about Nasice Parker solar pro which his just completed its second close approach to the sun. Now, the solar probe them Parker Stiller probe it's orbiting the sun in its gathering data. So we can learn more about what the sun is all about in our closest star. And we want to know how the thing functions. So on April fourth twenty nineteen this year. The Parker solar probe passed within fifteen million miles of sun. And the Parker Ciller probe was traveling around two hundred thirteen thousand miles per hour when it was doing this. It's really fast. The Parker solar probe mission team at John Hopkins applied physics laboratory or the AP L. In laurel Maryland scheduled a contact with the spacecraft via the deep space network for four hours around the period helium in monitor the health of the space craft throughout this critical part of the encounter in the Parker solar probes sent back beacon status say throughout its second period. Healy on which is indicating that the spacecraft is operating well and all instruments are collecting scientific data and the space craft while it's working as it's designed. And it was awesome. That they got the track at during this entire period. Helium and they're looking forward to getting the science data down from this counter in the coming weeks. So the science teams can continue to explore the mysteries of the corona in the sun. So this thing is orbiting the sun amazing amazing speeds and during that time is a network of satellites that sending the data back to earth source. Son is around ninety three million. Miles away. Which is you know, that's one eight you and the solar encounter phase is roughly defined as when the space craft is within point two five us or twenty three about twenty three and a half million miles away from the sun. So it's not like it's not close to the sun. It's not really it's not studying it a close range. But that's as close as anything's ever come to the sun. This man made this is the first mission that we've ever sent to the sun. That's this close to it. That's actually taking data from it. And it's going to take a little while for this data to come back. It'll take months and months to sift through the data that this probe has sent back to earth. So we're not going to really get any juicy details from this thing for a little while. But until then this is going to continue orbiting and it'll continue doing its mission and sending data back to earth. And when I said it was going ridiculously fast for it's going. Two hundred thirteen ish thousand miles per hour. It's fast enough to fly around the earth. One hundred times in one hour. How far can you go into our in a car about sixty miles? So going around the earth one hundred times with an hour. It's going really really fast in the first solar encounter occurred last year in the probe is plan to steadily approached the sun until its final passing and twenty twenty four where we'll be only three point eight million miles from the star surface in once this whole mission is completed in once the Parker solar probe is done. They will plummet the probe into the sun. It'll burn up and it will have done mission. And we can all say goodbye, but we can get the data from it before it does that we can have some amazing data at our son about our closest star.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Now a federal life with Dr Sanjay Gupta wondering whether someone is married pay close attention to how they walk. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent people who are married tend to walk faster than people who aren't they also heavy stronger grip. That's according to a new study at University College London having been married fifteen years. Let me tell you. I do have to hold on tight and move quick to keep up. Researchers looked at walking speed because it's an overall measure of health like balance agility and speed while grip reflects upper body strength CNN contributor. Ian, Kerner says Mary people also tend to have more shared routines, including wellness, exercise, diets and regular doctor visits. Another factor being married. Often means two incomes and more money means living in better places experiencing less stress eating more nutritious food, and they may have larger social networks and enjoy leisure activities as they. Have the money to do them. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta, helping you Live Aid better life. Five forty five WMA, all traffic and weather every ten minutes and first on the fives. Lisa veins in carpet cleaning traffic center. Police taking care of a crash in laurel Maryland at south on the Baltimore Washington Parkway between one ninety eight and one ninety seven traffic wiggling by on the right? A dump truck. Stop to in Charles county, Maryland west onto Twenty-eight Barry road at Ben's. Ville road Virginia. All I have is volume delays in their brief east on sixty six full run Manassas ninety five north Avondale city. Woodbridge where good on the Dulles Greenway and the Dulles toll road now from garage door repair.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Well, let me ask you this. This your pants pants are very distinct. You have a pair of pants that look like that. I have never had any pants like that. I have never had any pants like that. This is. Just the fakest of the fake. That was governor Ralph north on. Now, he wanted to use facial recognition to see if that was him in the Klan hood good idea on the media said, well, he really wants to get to the bottom of what he wants to use facial recognition. He's the one in the hood. Yeah. The X Ray visual recognition programming is that what you have the Democrats. Lot of a lot of good democrat party slash media stuff to get into today. They are they are wacky. Bunch to be sure we are at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five. Let's go to the telephones. Let's go to Ivan calling from laurel Maryland, Ivan, you're on the Chris Plante show. Hey, chris. Hey, hey, listen off, I promise you, I didn't have any clue what you're gonna talk about this morning, but it just fits in with what I really wanted to say about black history month. I'll just think about the irony. You know as black history month comes to a close, the Democrats, don't quite get the irony of what what being black as a democrat means point. You can't make this stuff up during black history month. What you have is you have the democrat governor Virginia has a photo. Go file a black face mocking. The democrat attorney general of Virginia. Hashtag me to black sage Democrats to kill a Bill that would would say black babies. Portion. Murder. Planned parenthood. Excuse me continues to be supported by black Democrats, even though Walter singer eugenicist found of Planned Parenthood it tended to wipe out all wipe out the black race and look at where Planned Parenthood clinics are Democrats fighting for funding. Starting in Harlem and blacks, don't get it in all black democrat Jesse smaller.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio
"Good night. Good night. Sonny tunnel. Are you doing on this wonderful beautiful night? I'm doing absolutely lovely wonderful in everything wrapped up in one. Thank you for asking. You are working do tell us what parts of the world are you in right now. Absolutely. So I currently in the United States of America. I'm in a state called Maryland in a city by the name of laurel Maryland, which is almost in between Washington DC and Baltimore Maryland. Alright. Alright I'll tell us which of your talents is responsible for us connecting at this specific time in history. Absolutely. So you interviewed someone who I think very highly of and have only connect with a few times. But John Francis who has his own podcast supportive of entrepreneurs. And I believe I heard this podcast heard the way that you both interacted in spoke, and I decided I needed to reach out to you. But this is a long time back. It's been at least eight or nine months, I believe in the making since you, and I have finally connected. It's definitely a great pleasure to finally connect who did you. Luna vats cue for me. It seems as you are a that has the ability to pursue your persistence, which is enforced. Persistence wrong. Yeah. That's a great question. And I think that you know, it's gotta be persistence when you see something are you believe in something? And once again, I think it was something that I felt that I could both find value and bring values Hugh, connecting with you. And so persistence. No doubt doesn't fall far from the tree. But definitely my parents my data, my mom, both just very you say persistent. I think I'd say, hey, stubborn at times. I definitely learned that that quality from my parents, thankfully. Why would you continue to repeat that my friend to continue to be persistent? Appreciate that. Thank you. Joe? So why will you continue to be that boosting loop assistant Louis Guzzo here? Yeah. Actually. Yeah. Great question. So why should I continue to do that? So I'm married now. And I also have a son at three year old by the name of all. And I think that you know, just being able to share the best qualities as a parent with both my wife, and my son our future children to come. It's I wanna make sure that I leave this world a better place. But I also want to make sure that I raise my child to be a better version of myself, and that I treat my spouse and those around me better than that I ever could. So it's always about transformation, and then continue to be a better version of myself. So I want to pass that to home. We'll definitely dive into what you do what you bring to market, please sunny. Absolutely. So for the last. I won't just call it ten plus years. I've I've had a couple of things that I've done. So I'm a veteran nited States Marine on my been in the prophet world. So I've worked with fortune five hundred fortune five hundred companies, and I have also worked with large nonprofits and just about eight months ago. I took my wife, and I were just talking about this this evening. I took a leap of faith and launched my own company with the focus on helping others to both find their own voices as well as human is the way that they approach business today, including their own brand. So making sure that they represent themselves best for both either future employers or if they decided to create their own employment so watch their own companies entrepreneurs. So if you had asked me that angel- a year ago, I would have said no way. There's no way I'm going to do something like that. I'm gonna stay where it's comparable get the paycheck the aid. Nine to five job and just continued to rise through the ranks. And so it was a huge leap of faith. And along that I've also just found out some really awesome news where in the next couple of weeks. Expect I walk to be published. Sweet ten so. Yeah, I'm I'm extremely excited about it. What I tie it back to. I've always got this this mantra of being grateful and shouting from the rooftops and making sure that the right people in organizations get their credit, but I've been part of linked in video. So as part of an earlier beta group where I got early access to create videos on link dead, and my videos have always been with my son home, my three year old in our show is basically through the eyes of bone. So it's we shoot videos through the perspective of my son. So something is settled as crouching down to be at his level taking these life lessons and sharing them in groups of threes or hashtag. Fans of three, and we should these life lessons with people both in business in personal non perspectives to. Here's what the world looks like through the dad, which is me. And my son's is which is and these videos have led to my launching the company, it's led to you my writing the book, and ultimately, it's led me to be what I hope is knock on wood. You know, a better dad, better spouse, a better son to my parents. So it's it's helped me to continue to transform as a person. And so all of that goes back to one year ago. I got early access to Lincoln video which led me to create the company to write this book. And in essence launch fans agree with Al Franken is the best place where people to connect with you. A great question. So I'll say social media in general, but linked in is probably where I'm most active. So they can always look me up. My first name my last name Sonny tannin T A N N A N first name S N N Y can connect on link. Then we're on Facebook same thing. First. And last name, we're on Instagram, and once the website, and the book have been officially launched will have a completely separate website dedicated to the book and to home so that you can follow along in his journey because there are going to be more than just one book. There's going to be a series of these types of books talking about were own travels in the world and exploring different countries in different cultures. And being able to see what these places in people in experiences, look like through the eyes of bomb. Amusing. Well, my friend that is fascinating again amusing audience live from Sonny right Sonny. Let's switch gears Ville movement. Now that meanwhile, you.
"laurel maryland" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Here with more of America's First News. President Trump has invited congressional leaders of both parties to the White House this afternoon for a briefing on border security today marks the twelfth day of the partial government shutdown is the president and Democrats remain at odds over Trump's insistence on five billion dollars for a border wall. We're doing so well as a country, we need, however, borders, you don't have borders, you're have a country. We don't want drug traffickers or human traffickers or illegal people with criminal records to come in. Democrats are set to take over the house tomorrow with democratic leader Nancy Pelosi expected to be elected speaker democratic congressional aides expressed skepticism about the briefing saying the agenda for the session is unclear the last meeting between democratic leaders and Trump occurred three weeks ago, the brother of a US citizen arrested on Friday for spying in. Russia says his brother is innocent and was in Moscow to attend a wedding, the family of ex-marine, Paul Whalen, learned of his. Arrest on Monday from news reports after wondering why they had not heard from him for days. Russia's state security agency says well and was caught spying in Moscow and has been charged with a crime of espionage for which he could be sentenced to at least ten years in prison. The State Department has requested consular access after being notified by the Russian. Authorities of the detention Tyler Trent a former Purdue University student in college football superfan who inspired many with his battle against cancer has died. He was twenty years old Trent gained national attention. This year by becoming the adopted captain of the Boilermakers football team. He was admired for his positive attitude and determination to live every day to the fullest despite being in hospice care Ness is new horizon spacecraft has survived the distant exploration of another world ten hours after the middle of the night, encounter four billion miles away flight controllers and laurel Maryland receive word from the spacecraft yesterday new horizons. Principal investigator Allen stern the United States spacecraft. New horizons conducted the farthest exploration. In the history of humankind. And did so spectacularly scientists say it will take nearly two years for new horizons to be back all of its observations four billion miles away. I don't even understand the story comeback. Let's refuel. And then we'll send you back out four billion miles, Jen. Twenty two minutes now after the hour on.
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"Real honest opinion. Amid the ongoing tension at the border the head of homeland security recently went to two different states checking on security looking into the medical care. Immigrants are getting after coming here illegally and being caught two kids dot in border patrol custody last month. Securing America department of homeland security secretary Kirstin Nelson make stops in Paso, Texas. Then Yuma Arizona the secretary met with high ranking officials within customs and border protection. In addition to first responders, including members of the US navy who have been deployed to assist with providing medical care to migrants who need it secretary. Nielsen blamed lawmakers for creating what she calls this humanitarian crisis. In a written statement. Nielsen says in part, we could address this crisis tomorrow. Instead, we continue to do more with less. However, immigration rights advocates say she and the administration are just playing the blame game in Dallas, Casey Steagall. Fox News drinking water is being. Checked at Cleveland's airport. Suspected of making six passengers sick. On a frontier airlines flight to Tampa yesterday. Nasa has gone even deeper into space. Nasa has started the new year with a fly by of a small celestial object four billion miles away from earth shortly after ringing in the new year. Planetary scientist Allen stern says flight controllers in laurel Maryland received data from the new horizon spacecraft indicating a safe passage around ultimate Tuli a tiny icy rock billion miles from Pluto states space craft new horizons conducted the farthest exploration in the history of humankind. Officials say it will take nearly two years for the spacecraft to send back all of its observations. Rich Denison, Fox News. In college football. A win streak is over LSU beat UCF in the fiesta bowl. Forty two thirty two center Florida had one twenty five straight games, Ohio State, topped Washington and the Rose Bowl Texas beat for three Georgia in the Sugar Bowl. I'm Dave Anthony..
"laurel maryland" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The border the head of homeland security recently went to two different states checking on security looking into the medical care. Immigrants are getting after coming here legally and being caught two kids dot in border patrol custody last month. Securing America department of homeland security secretary Kirstin Nelson make stops in El Paso, Texas. Then Yuma Arizona the secretary met with high ranking officials within customs and border protection. In addition to first responders, including members of the US navy who have been deployed to assist with providing medical care to migrants who need it secretary. Nielsen blamed lawmakers for creating what she calls this humanitarian crisis. In a written statement. Nielsen says in part, we could address this crisis tomorrow. Instead, we continue to do more with less. However, immigration rights advocates say she and the administration are just playing the blame game in Dallas, Casey steagle. The Fox News drinking water is being checked at Cleveland's airport. Suspected of making six passengers sick. On a frontier airlines flight to Tampa yesterday. Nasa has gone even deeper into space. Nasa has started the new year with a fly by of a small celestial object four billion miles away from earth shortly after ringing in the new year, planetary scientists Allen stern says flight controllers in laurel Maryland received data from the new horizon spacecraft indicating a safe passage around ultimate Tuli a tiny icy rock billion miles from Pluto states spacecraft new horizons conducted the farthest exploration in the history of humankind. Officials say it will take nearly two years for the spacecraft to send back all of its observations. Rich Denison, Fox News. In college football. A win streak is over LSU beat UCF in the fiesta bowl. Forty two thirty two center Florida head one twenty five straight games. Ohio State top Washington in the Rose Bowl, Texas beat fifth-ranked Georgia in the Sugar Bowl..
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"Tucker Carlson is just so much parking and noisy. Yelling. Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get straight shooter. No-holds-barred I'm not going to cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be signing who controls my voice, nobody Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Tuesday's far-flung space mission confirmed to be a success. Nasa has started the new year with a fly by of a small celestial object four billion miles away from earth shortly after ringing in the new year, planetary scientists Allen stern says flight controllers in laurel Maryland received data from the new horizon spacecraft indicating a safe passage around ultimate Tuli a tiny icy rock a billion miles from Pluto states space craft new horizons conducted the farthest exploration in the history of human. Kind officials say it will take nearly two years for the spacecraft to send back all of its observations. Rich Denison, Fox News. The coast guard says sixteen crew members who abandoned the burning car carrier in the Pacific Ocean about eighteen hundred miles north west of Hawaii have been recovered three. Other crew members were spotted in the water, but were unresponsive to others are still missing tugboats have been dispatched to corral that ship which is now a what caused the fire on board is unknown yet. A two year old girl is recovering from a fall into the rhinoceros exhibited the boulevard zoo and Melbourne Florida. The extent of the girls injuries are known yet. But her mother is also being treated for an arm injury. It's not clear how the girl fell between the bars of that exhibits a lost wedding. Ring is back with its rightful owner in Washington state after a fateful shopping trip on a big help from social media after opening the package of her new instant pot Shiloh Avery and port orchard, Washington. Found a treasure inside a wedding ring. She posted about the discovery and a local Facebook page within hours. A woman named JoAnne. Johnson reached down explaining she lost the ring law shopping at WalMart for instant pots just days before her twentieth anniversary. She drew an illustration to prove she was the rings rightful owner while the holidays, maybe over Johnson calls Avery her Christmas angel Christine Goodwin. Fox.
Maryland man charged with five murders in shotgun attack on newsroom
"The komo morning news for your friday the twenty ninth of june frank lenzi is at the editor's desk and with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor first degree murder charges have been filed this morning against a man who is described as having a grudge against maryland's capital newspaper after police say he shot his way into the newsroom killed for journalists and a staffer and wounded two others mr the mayhem and initially scripture the alleged shooter police raced to the scene all limit your transmissions do we have any kind of intel shooter witnesses say the suspects armed with a shotgun had blasted through a glass door entering the newsroom of the capital gazette to injured and those five murdered authorities said he had created a distraction apparently to make it difficult for victims and police creating more chaos it was actually canisters of smoke grenades that he used inside of the building when he entered counties top officials said the suspect had put down his weapon was hiding under a desk when discovered by police sources telling abc news there was initially difficulty identifying the suspect because he had no idea or wallet on him court records obtained overnight naming the alleged shooter as thirty eight year old gerard ramos charged with five counts of first degree murder he had a history of conflict with the paper this was a targeted attack on the capital kazak court records reveal he had filed a lawsuit against the paper after it published an article reporting he had stocked a woman record show rama's losses defamation suit a former editor at the newspaper telling abc news the ramos threatening him for years ago said we wish he wished i stopped breathing but i mean to me there can't be using more direct than i wish that would be better off dead last night police descended aromas his home in nearby laurel maryland located thirty miles from the shooting hunting for clues but also searching for social media footprint abc's pierre thomas with those details just hours after the gunman blasted his way inside the capital gazette offices the.
Witness says door to newspaper offices was "blown to pieces" by gunman
"And we begin with the top stories of the day we want to update you on the show the new information that gunman opened fire with a shotgun at the capital gazette an annapolis yesterday leaving five dead the accused gunman is named as a thirty eight year old gerard warren ramos that's the only time you're going to hear his name on our show who apparently held a grudge against the paper that a gazette staying strong kept our deadline and publish the paper this morning at an evening briefing acting anna rondo county police chief william cramp would not name the suspect but sources identify him as jared ramos of nearby laurel maryland we know that there were threats sent to gazette for social the suspect apparently had a specific grudge against this newspaper he entered the building with a shotgun look for his victims as he walked through the lower level five dead several injured cramps did clear up what was earlier reported to be a crude explosive device found inside it was actually canisters of smoke grenades that he used inside of the building when he entered gun a police car was reportedly on the scene here within a minute it is a busy suburban shopping in office area with a one building that houses the capital gazette also having medical offices the suspect reportedly targeted the local paper headquarters though shooting through the front door to get inside one witness says he fired repeatedly the shooter was captured hiding under a desk officials say another official described the act is not well planned tragic as it is there are other offices in the building but witnesses the shooter seemed to have the newspaper in mind the door the capital is that had been blown to pieces and and this guy was holding what looks like a big shotgun moving cross entrance pointing the gun deeper into the office like he was a targeting the victims are identified editor rob hyacinth a wellknown journalist in the area who also worked for the baltimore sun because that's parent sports reporter john mcnamara sales assistant rebecca smith a recent hire a community reporter wendy winters and veteran.