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"linda lowhill" Discussed on WTOP

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02:45 min | 8 months ago

"linda lowhill" Discussed on WTOP

"Is WTO news One 23 we now know the names of two women that searchers are still looking for after about a dozen people in rafts and on paddleboards went over a dam on the James river on Monday In RICO police identify them as 23 year old Lauren Winstead of henrico county and 28 year old Sarah Irwin of Chesterfield county The dam has a 12 foot drop in water levels have been high and dangerous in spots Kayakers in that area helped rescue 9 people but the two women remained unaccounted for despite a thorough search For Los Angeles and many surrounding areas in California water rationing takes effect today It's the worst drought we've ever seen Linda lowhill is a water expert here in Southern California We have no choice There's no water In the hardest hit areas residents will be allowed to water their lawns just once a week Dimitri polizos a senior engineer with the metropolitan water district There isn't enough water accessible this year People are being encouraged to replace their lawns with water wise gardens but many like this man still have beautiful lush green lawns Can you handle your lawn turning brown I can handle it Steve futterman CBS News Los Angeles This is the start of the Atlantic hurricane season and it appears it's going to be another busy one Federal experts say we could see more than a dozen named storms and half of them could be major hurricanes More category four and category 5 hurricanes hit the U.S. in the last 5 years than in the previous 50 years Experts say climate change is one of the big reasons we're seeing more of these storms Meantime we're expecting to hear today about a new federal initiative to modernize building codes to make communities more resilient against hurricanes flooding wildfires and other extreme weather events America's national park system is something sometimes called our nation's greatest idea but black Americans are among the least likely to visit them a professor at buoy state wants to change that A group of buoy state students just got back from a ten day camping trip that ran 1500 miles through 5 national parks The Rocky Mountains was definitely my favorite It's just beautiful But ask malaka addiction one of ten students who got to go how many other African Americans were there Really weird It was like we're just the only ones there Minorities specifically African Americans don't get these opportunities Doctor summit Freddie a geography professor at Bowie state funded the trip through a grant from the American association of geographers because only about 5% of all national park visitors are black Representation matters and when people see other people that look like you're doing things that you're not usually doing people say hey I can do that.

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"linda lowhill" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:31 min | 8 months ago

"linda lowhill" Discussed on WTOP

"The 90s again today 1141 for Los Angeles and surrounding areas water rationing is taking effect today It's the worst drought we've ever seen Linda lowhill is a water expert here in Southern California We have no choice There's no water In the hardest hit areas residents will be allowed to water their lawns just once a week Dmitry pulley zos is a senior engineer with the metropolitan water district There isn't enough water accessible this year People are being urged to replace their lawns with water wise gardens but many like this man still have beautiful lush green lawns Can you handle your lawn turning brown I can handle it Steve futterman CBS News Los Angeles On this June 1st it is the start of the Atlantic hurricane season and once again it's looking busy the federal government expecting up to ten hurricanes forming this year In the last 5 years alone there have been more category four and category 5 hurricanes hitting the U.S. than in the previous 50 years Experts point to climate change is one of the big reasons for more intense storms Meantime federal officials plan to announce a new initiative today to modernize building codes They want communities to be more resilient to hurricanes flooding wildfires and other extreme weather events Crowding at Maryland parks has become a big problem legislation takes effect this summer and it seemed it easing that Lawmakers in Annapolis passed the Maryland great outdoors act state delegate and House majority leader Eric lutke It is the largest single investment in our state parks in state history It's a 150 million new dollars to build new parks and repair current ones a hundred new park rangers But because the bill passed that doesn't mean you get new parks in time for this summer It begins with the land acquisition process working with the willing landowners willing to sell their property Maryland state park superintendent need a catena says try to visit parks on weekdays and arrive early to avoid being turned away when the parking lots fill up Kate Ryan WTO P news Well the national park system is sometimes called our nation's greatest idea But black Americans are among the least likely ever to visit them A professor at Bowie state university is trying to change that A group of buoy state students just got back from a ten day camping trip that ran 1500 miles through 5 national parks Definitely my favorite It's just beautiful But ask malaka addiction one of ten students who got to go how many other African Americans were there Really weird It was like we're just the only ones there Minorities specifically African Americans don't get these opportunities Doctor shumai Freddy a geography professor at Bowie state funded the trip through a grant from the American association of geographers because only about 5% of all national park visitors are black Representation matters and when people see other people that look like you're doing things that you're not usually doing people say hey I can do that too John dome in WTO He news We've got sports headed your way It's 1144 Here's ray wolf an industry lead for global defense and Intel programs at appian on the discussion scalability and security with industry leading government cloud sponsored by appian So from a security standpoint having that layer of security that layer of agility we're seeing more and more agencies to that especially across the Department of Defense and the Intel community because having strong partners that can work with you on that.

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"linda lowhill" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:16 min | 8 months ago

"linda lowhill" Discussed on WTOP

"For the weekend sunshine and pleasant with low humidity highs 80 to 85 I'm storm team four meteorologist by Steiner It's 83° in Alexandria 81 in Germantown and 82 outside WTO studios 9 41 now for Los Angeles and many surrounding areas water rationing goes into effect today It's the worst drought we've ever seen Linda lowhill is a water expert here in Southern California We have no choice There's no water In the hardest hit areas residents will be allowed to water their lawns just once a week Dmitry pulley zos is a senior engineer with the metropolitan water district There isn't enough water accessible this year People are being urged to replace their lawns with water wise gardens but many like this man still have beautiful lush green lawns Can you handle your lawn turning brown I can handle it Steve futterman CBS News Los Angeles The number of students going to community colleges has been dropping in our ongoing series the enrollment decline WTO's Mike Morello takes a look at why the numbers may be going down Enrollment numbers of community colleges were declining even before the pandemic hit but COVID made matters worse It became more dramatic once we had to shut down face to face instruction and go fully online Play Rayleigh is an executive vice president and provost at prince George's community college a school which saw enrollment numbers dropped 33% from fall of 2019 to fall of 2021 A lot of students had never taken online classes before Jermaine F Williams president of Montgomery college says it's not just COVID also Needing to work more to a fourth school and scheduling classes around employment and family obligations Declining birth rates also playing a role read more at WTO P dot com Mike Morello News Tomorrow we get a look at some of the things schools are doing as they try to get more students to enroll Students in a Virginia high school are learning some valuable lessons in the kitchen and leaving with a whole new take on real world experience From baking to growing herbs and cooking up on trees Ronald Evans way of running the culinary arts program at Potomac high school is setting students up for careers We have a student doing laundry cleaning dishes His students take part in competitions set up pop up restaurants and during the pandemic he organized video calls with chefs and farms from across the country I put people in the military I said people to color very art schools Evans reminds his students of what his son would always tell him before he died last year in a car crash at hard work in commitment always pays off He liked the job you should love that job If you there love it Melissa how old WTO news Coming up a return to the streets after a COVID lockdown in China's largest city Here's Jason Howe The a one chief information officer and deputy director of plans and integration and headquarters for the air force On the discussion navigating the future of identity management at DoD Sponsored by akhta The air force strategy is focused on commercial multi factor capabilities that can scale very quickly and are more comprehensive and I think there's a lot of value Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network Search Today's warfighter advantage depends on modern agile software and the DoD.

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"linda lowhill" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"linda lowhill" Discussed on WTOP

"Upper Marlboro 69 in Centreville We have 74° here in friendship heights It's 6 40 Maryland's popular parks kicked off the summer season by filling up fast So fast that some people had to be turned away because parking lots were at capacity but a new state law going into effect this summer is aimed at easing that problem State delegate and House majority leader Eric lutke sponsored the Maryland great outdoors act to create more access at more parks It's going to take time to build the new parks we need which will help reduce overcrowding but we're on the right path Lutke a Democrat has a goal to get to all the states parks It's one shared by Republican lieutenant governor Boyd Rutherford My number now is 64 or 65 parks that I visited The lieutenant governor may actually be ahead of me now Maryland state park superintendent need a catena looks forward to expanding the park system Does she have a current favorite That's sort of like asking me who my favorite child is It's really hard to choose one But if I had to I would go with swallow falls state park Kate Ryan WTO P news America has a long list of national parks but the number of minorities who visit them tend to be on the extreme low end A buoy state university professor says it's important to try to change that Malaka Dixon is one of ten buoy state students who just got back from a ten day camping trip through 5 national parks in the Rocky Mountains in American Southwest I thought it would be important for me to go and experience things that I've never experienced But how many other African Americans did she see outside of her group Black and probably literally sit here and count my fingers Between two and less than 5% of African Americans visit the national parks That's why doctor sumanth Reddy a geography professor at Bowie state organized a trip through a grant from the American association of geographers Many African Americans live in urban areas But he says exposing minorities opens up new worlds and experiences Even though these are far away we are welcome these belong to all of us John dome in WTO news In Los Angeles and surrounding areas today water rationing goes into effect officials say they have no other option as the area is running out of water In many parts of that area people will be restricted to watering their lawns only once a week The era of lush green lawns in the LA area may be coming to an end We think this is the English countryside and it's not Linda lowhill is a well expert today new restrictions go into effect Dmitri police with the metropolitan water district says the crisis is real There may come a day when you go to the tap and the water won't come out This homeowner says he's ready for his lawn to turn brown To me there's more important things in the world to worry about than a nice long Steve futterman CBS News Los Angeles Coming up will Virginia open up its checkbook to land the commanders 6 43 Here's Raven Manuel the senior application developer and architect and dev ops engineer for the national museum of African American history and culture on the discussion scalability and security with industry leading government cloud sponsored by appian Our next step is to be able to take the end gallery and interactives which I plan and implement and move them to the cloud Listen.

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