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02:30 min | 3 months ago

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"Plaza, DC Pride is a great place to be open to yourself. It seems like the rate of change is just increasing and we're truly things are getting better. Vice President Kamala Harris turned out to call for Senate passage. The Equality Act nearby, Akila Benjamin of D C. CEO of because you can consulting tended to her decorated pickup truck in the Pride Mobile parade. I have to show my pride as a lesbian own black lesbian own business owners said to come out here and just have fun with everybody in the district. Dick Uliano w. T o P. News. You can say goodbye to legislation that would have made soda and other sugary drinks more expensive in the nation's capital. The bill that called for a new soda tax in D. C is dead. Head with its author, council member. Brianna does saying she's withdrawing it because it doesn't have enough support Council member Mary Che was on board her reason we have a serious problem, particularly with Children who are obese, but opponents said it would have devastating economic consequences, especially for small store owners, who are still struggling from the pandemic. The bill would have replaced the city's current sales tax on sugary drinks with 1.5 cents per ounce excise tax on sweetened beverages that would add $1 to the price of a two liter Bottle neck in L A W T Opinions A Maryland Department of Transportation Truck driver is dead after an industrial incident this weekend. It happened around 12 noon Saturday on Arrundell Expressway near Baltimore. Annapolis Boulevard, Maryland state police say 54 year old Michael Spencer. Was outside of his truck when an Escovedo moved a concrete barrier into the truck's trailer in pinned him paramedics too expensive to the hospital, where he later died. The excavator operator was also injured, but he is expected to be okay, officials say it's unclear what exactly led to the incident. No arrests were made in Maryland State police are investigating. Virginia is trying to help small businesses as they try to attract workers to fill thousands of vacant job more businesses with less than 100. Workers can apply for the return to earn program. Under that plan, the state will match of the $500, a small business would pay to a new hire as a bonus. Governor Ralph Northam, says many Virginians who lost their jobs as a result of the covid 19 pandemic still face a variety of barriers to returning to work like access to affordable childcare, transportation and a living wage. And this bonus.

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03:14 min | 3 months ago

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"Celebrated Pride Day. I'll be crying, everybody. How are you doing? Rainbow flags waved from DuPont Circle to Freedom Plaza Heidi of Fairfax was among the scores of colorfully clad people demonstrating pride. I just came out as bisexual, about two or three months ago for Heidi, and for many others, the day holds special meaning. This is the first time I really got to celebrate my sexuality and I'm very excited to be here and be out. Many expressed joy to be able to gather following the pandemic lockdown. Vice President Kamala Harris and Mayor Muriel Bowser turned out for the day, which includes a pride car caravan in the district, particularly on O W. T O P news legislation that would have created a new soda tax in the district is officially dead. It doesn't have enough support to move forward. That's what D C council member Brianne Nadeau said on social media, announcing that she's withdrawing the bill that would have replaced the city's current sales tax on sugary drinks. With the 1.5 cent per ounce excise tax on sweetened Beverages Council member Mary Che was on board with it, the CDC has said. If you try one single policy to address obesity in Children, a soda tax would be there because there's a direct correlation, but it's a tough sell. With many small market owners still struggling from the pandemic, Some said any new Texas could be devastating for business right now. Nick in L A W T O P NEWS, a Maryland Department of Transportation Truck driver is dead after an industrial incident this weekend. It happened around noon Saturday on a Rundle Expressway near Baltimore. Annapolis Boulevard, Maryland State police say 54 year old Michael Spencer was outside of his truck when an Escovedo er Moved a concrete barrier onto the trucks trail a trailer rather than pinned him in paramedics took Spencer to the hospital where he later died. The Escovedo, ER operator was also injured, but he is expected to be okay, officials say. It's unclear what exactly led to the incident. No arrests were made in Maryland State police are investigating. Small businesses are getting some help in Virginia, aimed at providing an incentive to new workers. Under the program called Return to Earn Virginia businesses that employ less than 100. People can get a matching grant of $500 that money can be paid to new employees as a bonus to help them take jobs and take care of things like ongoing costs of child care and transportation. Funds will only be reimbursed of businesses for new hires in positions that pay $15 an hour and qualify as W. Two employees, either full or part time. One in three Virginia workers has applied for unemployment benefits over the course of the pandemic. Kyle Cooper, w T. O P News of Virginia Beach native is giving back to his state in a big way. Singer in music producer Pharrell Williams is opening private charter schools for low income Virginia families. Starting with one in Norfolk. This fall. The yellow have school is open to 3rd, 4th and 5th graders. Those students will be grouped by skill level instead of age when enrolled, Norfolk Mayor Kenny Alexander said in a press release. He hopes yellow had.

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"mary che" Discussed on WTOP

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01:42 min | 3 months ago

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"Maryland Department of Transportation Truck driver is dead after an industrial incident this weekend happened about noon today on a Randall Expressway near Baltimore. Annapolis Boulevard. Maryland State police say 54 year old Michael Spencer was outside his truck when an excavator moved a concrete barrier onto the truck's trailer and pinned him. Paramedics took Spencer to the hospital, where he layered Later died. The excavator operator was also injured, but he is expected to be okay. No arrests were made. Maryland State police is investigating You can say goodbye to the legislation that would have made soda and other sugary drinks more expensive in the nation's capital. The bill that called for a new soda tax in D. C is dead with its author, council member. Brianna does saying she's withdrawing it because it doesn't have enough support Council member Mary Che was on board her reason we have a serious problem, particularly with Children who are obese, but opponents said it would have devastating economic consequences, especially for small store owners, who are still struggling from the pandemic. The bill would have replaced the city's current sales tax on sugary drinks with a 1.5 cent per ounce excise tax on sweetened beverages that would add $1 to the price of a two liter bottle neck in L A. W T A P News. A man in Maryland is facing up to 45 years in prison is convicted of conning an elderly woman out of nearly $2 million. Attorney Jonathan Robbins will be sentenced in September. Prosecutors say Robin stole the money from Helen Nut after she asked for help with trust and estate documents. Montgomery County State's attorney John McCarthy, talked with our news partners at NBC, four wrote checks to himself, endorsed the checks.

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Washington, DC Council Member Withdraws Soda Tax Proposal Amid Pushback

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00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Washington, DC Council Member Withdraws Soda Tax Proposal Amid Pushback

"Legislation that would have created a new soda tax in the district is officially dead. It doesn't have enough support to move forward. That's what D C council member Brianne Nadeau said on social media, announcing that she's withdrawing the bill that would have replaced the city's current sales tax on sugary drinks. With the 1.5 cent per ounce excise tax on sweetened Beverages Council member Mary Che was on board with it, the CDC has said. If you try one single policy to address obesity in Children, a soda tax would be there because there's a direct correlation, but it's a tough sell. With many small market owners still struggling from the pandemic, Some said any new Texas could be devastating for business right

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02:21 min | 3 months ago

"mary che" Discussed on WTOP

"Say goodbye to legislation that would have made soda and other sugary during more expensive in the nation's capital. The bill the call for a new soda tax in D. C is dead with its author council member Brianna Dose, saying she's withdrawing it because it doesn't have enough support. Council member Mary Che was on board her reason we have a serious problem, particularly with Children who are obese, but opponents said it would Have devastating economic consequences, especially for small store owners who are still struggling from the pandemic. The bill would have replaced the city's current sales tax on sugary drinks with the 1.5 cent per ounce excise tax on sweetened beverages that would add $1 to the price of a two liter bottle Nick in L A w T o P News. The law supply and demand is coming down hard on couples planning their walk down the aisle after so many couples cancelled or postponed their 2020 weddings, rising prices and shortages are making it tough. To stay within their wedding budgets this year, according to U. S. News and World Report. The impact is across the board from wedding venues to the cost of food servers and bartenders and equipment rental. Even flowers are in short supply because of all the florist who went out of business during the pandemic recession and between couples postponing last year and newly engaged couples this year. Demand is sky high Wedding venues see this as a chance to make up for last year's losses, charging 30 to 40% more in some cases, and a lot of couples are willing to pay the price. Sarah Jacobs. W T o P News While many of us in D C hear the loud buzzing of cicadas all day every day, our neighbors in southern Maryland and the Eastern Shore aren't seeing the insects at all. It is most likely a combination of reasons why those areas don't have cicadas, maybe periods of glaciation that could have submerged parts of the Eastern Shore in southern Maryland had an effect on the distribution of cicadas, professor of Entomology at the University of Maryland. Mike Ralph says humans may have also been a factor. Remember during our colonial period. Much of that land was cleared for agriculture and basically, cicadas depend on trees. Once we DeForest an area, Ikeda's will be gone. Rob also says that the sandy soil in those regions are not as friendly to Decatur eggs Luke Luke er w t o P news. It's 9 23. We'll check money news Next year on W T O B. Have you been turned down when buying a car because of your credit? Get to the credit Amnesty event on now at the All new Heart, Nissan dealer.

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01:44 min | 3 months ago

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"Your help to find two missing Children. Three year old Maliki, Mobley and six year old Bria Whitaker were last seen Thursday with her grandmother in Germantown, on Fallingwater Circle. Maliki is described as a black male, three FT. Two inches tall £37 with brown eyes and black hair, Maria Is a black female, three inches, six inches tall, brown eyes and brown hair and weighs £35. You can see a picture of the two missing kids on w t o p dot com. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Maliki, Umbria is asked to call Montgomery County Police, You can say goodbye to legislation that would have made soda and other sugary drinks more expensive in the nation's capital. The bill that called for a new soda tax in D. C is dead with its author, council member. Brianna does saying she's withdrawing it because it doesn't have enough. Court Council member, Mary Che was on board her reason we have a serious problem, particularly with Children who are obese, But opponents said it would have devastating economic consequences, especially for small store owners, who are still struggling from the pandemic. The bill would have replaced the city's current sales tax on sugary drinks with 1.5 cents per ounce excise tax on sweetened beverages that would add $1 to the price of a two liter bottle. Nick in L A w T o P News get ready for some disruptions on Metro Starting next month, Cruise will be improving the ventilation system on the Red Line. Single tracking and station closures on the Red Line will cause what Metro calls significant impacts for riders. July 17 through August, 29th new fans will be installed in ventilation work will begin in the tunnels between Woodley Park in Cleveland Park stations. Trains will single track between DuPont in Venice stations once that project is completed, beginning in September. The platform canopy at the rock fill station will be replaced and the one of the shady.

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01:44 min | 3 months ago

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"Ago. W t o p dot com There's pride events are now underway. Music fills the air and the rainbow is visible everywhere waved Buy flags worn as streamers, even up pair of socks. It's a festive atmosphere for the walk and rally to Freedom Plaza, where Mayor Muriel Bowser is scheduled to speak, and then later in the day Pride Mobile parade led by a colorful trolley and decorated cars downtown D. C Take Uliano w T o P news. It is 12 05 legislation that would have created a new soda tax in the district is officially dead. It doesn't have enough support to move forward. That's what D C council member Brianne Nadeau said on social media, announcing that she's withdrawing the bill that would have replaced the city's current sales tax on sugary drinks. With the 1.5 cent per ounce excise tax on sweetened Beverages Council member Mary Che was on board with it, the CDC has said. If you try one single policy to address obesity in Children, a soda Tax would be there because there's a direct correlation, but it's a tough sell. With many small market owners still struggling from the pandemic, Some said any new Texas could be devastating for business right now. Nick in L A w T o P News it is 12 06. Your help is needed finding two missing Germantown Children, three year old Michael Immobilien, six year old Bria Whittaker when missing from their home on Thursday. They were last seen with her grandmother, Elizabeth Mobley. According to Montgomery County Police. You can see pictures of the two and their grandmother W. U T o p dot com Coming up after traffic and Weather. Metro wants its buses to go electric, But when I'm John Aaron, it is 12 06. I don't know what I was thinking.

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01:42 min | 3 months ago

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"You can say goodbye to legislation that would have made soda and other sugary drinks more expensive in the nation's capital. The bill that called for a new soda tax in D. C is dead with its author, council member. Brianna does saying she's withdrawing it because it doesn't have enough support Council member Mary Che was on board her reason we have a serious problem, particularly with Children who are obese, but opponents said it would have devastating economic Consequences, especially for small store owners, who are still struggling from the pandemic. The bill would have replaced the city's current sales tax on sugary drinks with the 1.5 cent per ounce excise tax on sweetened beverages that would add $1 to the price of a two liter bottle Nick in L A. W T O P News. The entire listening area has been under a state of emergency since the early days of the pandemic. How much longer will it last Virginia governor Route Northern does not plan to extend it once it expires at the end of the month. The governors are Office tells w t O p almost 70% of adults or at least partially vaccinated in cases and hospitalizations are record lows as far as the rest of the national capital region. Maryland extended their state of emergency back on May 12 and a spokesperson for Governor Hogan expects it to be renewed this weekend for another 30 days. Mayor Bowser, who has the authority to lengthen DCs until July, 25th at the latest, has not indicated yet if she will do so. Kenzo fee w T o p News. A man in Maryland faces up to 45 years in prison. Convicted of conning an elderly woman out of nearly $2 million. Attorney Jonathan Robbins will be sentenced in September. Prosecutors say he stole the money from Helen Nut after she asked for help with trust in a state documents. Montgomery County State's attorney, John McCarthy, tells NBC four that Robin's pro checks.

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03:20 min | 7 months ago

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"So you might think he'd be thrilled by Governor Larry Hogan's decision to lift capacity limits completely disagree with us is opened up restaurants across the state of Maryland when restaurant workers are not eligible to go get a vaccine and well and said the sudden announcement Also provided no time to staff up and boost inventory. The governor's communications director, Michael Rechy, email w. T. O P. To say the governor's taken a balanced approach to ease capacity limits while keeping masking and social distancing regulations. Kate Ryan w T o P News An effort to get teachers in Howard County vaccinated has paid off, county leaders say more than 90% of Howard County Public School system. Educators have received at least their first dose or scheduled for their first dose of the covert 19 vaccination about 9300 school employees requested the vaccine. This week. The school system is anticipating an additional 300 doses provided by Johns Hopkins Medicine and once administered, those additional doses are expected to bring the staff vaccination percentage closer to 95%. 11 05. Now D C. Public schools are still trying to get through one of the most difficult school years ever. But the school system is starting to take a look at challenges that are looming over next year. Last week. Schools Chancellor Lewis Therapy was adamant all students should expect to be back in the classroom at the start of the next school year. This August. Pressed by D. C. Councilman Robert White about the what ifs. Of health and safety guidelines say no, Farabee says there are backup lands. There's a number of different ratios on and in scenarios that were continued to playing through all those accommodations cost money, though, and with costs going up, schools have been thinking creatively about how to reallocate their resource is but pressed on whether that meant jobs could be lost, he said. We did realize a decrease in a Roman and that has implications for school budget. John Doman w T o P News Five years after D C learned that staff at Ballou High School were falsifying student achievement scores and independent audit of the system. Of that the D C. Schools uses two tracks. Student progress is in And it's far from glowing. DC Auditor, Kathy Patterson says the audit finding D C. Lacks a sophisticated data collection system could affect how kids recover from learning loss while you need to be able to do for example, say to your system give me all the Children who in fourth grade were proficient, but by sixth grade were below basic there in a downward trajectory. We can't do that The city hired an independent firm toe audit, How D C schools collects and used data on students after the 2016 revelation that staff of Blue High school were falsifying student attendance and great Situation. Statistics Council member Mary Che I intend to introduce legislation to help right this ship in terms of the quality of education data collection, Meghan Clarity w T o P News. Stick around coming up here on W. T. O P. Republicans in almost every state Legislature are pushing new voting laws. We'll talk about what's behind that effort with Amy Gardner of The Washington Post next 11 07. Agencies are under cyber attack that's undeniable to respond..

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03:21 min | 9 months ago

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"You by lend the Plumber trust. Stood same day service seven days a week. It's 9 20, following guidance from the CDC and the National Park Service Office of Public Health, The Washington Monument is temporarily closed to visitors starting tomorrow. The Park Service says the closure is because of a reduction in its workforce resulting from a potential cove it 19 exposure. NPS says it's working to staff the Washington Monument at the appropriate levels so it can maintain the safety of its operations for both visitors and employees. Starting early in the new year, you'll once again board Metrobus is from the front and pay your fare. It all starts on Sunday, January 3rd Now since March, bus passengers have been boarding from the back and skipping the fare box or smart trip reader to protect the driver from Cove it. Metro says the new rules are part of its pandemic recovery plan aimed at preserving service and jobs. Police officer and two others were hurt during a shootout in Fairfax County's pin it Hills neighborhood today. It happened shortly before 11 A.m. at an apartment complex on Peach Orchard Drive. It began with a call to 911 from a male who advised he was shot by an acquaintance. Fairfax County Police chief Edwin Rossler says law enforcement tried the first negotiate with the man with the gun. But when they realized the man was actively trying to attack the 911 collar The decision was made to go in upon entry. There was an exchange of gunfire roster, says the shooter and the man the shooter was after were taken to the hospital in critical condition, but her both expected to survive. An officer was treated on the scene after being grazed by a bullet as well. Rosler on the response of his officers. They had to take immediate action to save a life and that's what they did, and they risked their own lives. Mike Murillo, w. T. O P News and Arrundell County's new police chief, is officially on the job, and she's a familiar face in that department. And Amanda County. Humbly grateful for this moment. New police chief from all our has worked for the department before serving. His former chief, Kevin Davis, is chief of staff. She was most recently the chief of police in Hyattsville, and she knows policing is under a lot of scrutiny right now, but embraces that challenge. We must be willing to have conversations with one another beyond our comfort zones. Related to race equity and aroma. County executive Stuart Pittman says I had no doubt that once every member of the council met with our new chief that they would support the decision. And I was right in that It was a unanimous vote. John Doman w. T. O P. News, D C Council member, Mary Che had her car stolen today She tweets that she stopped by her neighborhood bakery, and that's when a thief drove off with her car. Chase says. No one is hurt D. C. Police are looking for the car, she says. Her smartphone was tossed out the window and a good Samaritan picked it up and made sure she got it back. She is not saying whether she left her car running or unlocked two things that police say you should never do. Arlington County has decided to test surge price parking, where parking rates go up in more popular areas, and down in less popular ones are all now reports. The test will take place in the Rosslyn Ballston Corridor, as well as Crystal City Pentagon City corridor, and it's expected to start during this fiscal year, which ends June 30th. It's a $5.4 million test project funded by Vita. Coming up in money News looking to buy a home mortgage rates have hit another record low. It's 9.

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04:36 min | 1 year ago

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"News from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p M three double d t o p on this September 16th 2020 sunny skies and another fall like date 60 degrees. Good afternoon. I'm Sean Anderson. Top local story. We're following for you this hour, the movement to ban guns on public property, and it's expanding in Northern Virginia. Our story from double DT Opie's Nicky and Alex. It's been approved in Alexandria Falls Church in Arlington County. Now a gun ban on public property has also been approved. In Fairfax County, The county Board of Supervisors voted to ban guns in county buildings, community centers and at parks and recreation facilities following a new state law that took effect in July. It gives local governments the authority to ban guns on public property. The vote came after a public hearing where supporters and opponents of the idea tried to lobby the lawmakers. Violating the new law would be a misdemeanor, with a penalty of up to a year in jail or a 25 $100 fine. Nick in Delhi, w T o P News time. The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has now voted to remove three publicly owned civil war monuments located at the county judicial complex. These include the Granite Mar monument to howitzers on Either side of that monument and a memorial marker on the courthouse complex grounds. Legislation passed by the Virginia General Assembly during this year's session gave Virginia communities broader authority over war memorials and monuments. The items will be moved to a county storage facility, and they'll be offered any museum or historical society or military battlefield that might want them. It's 12 0, for there are calls to rename Woodrow Wilson High School in Northwest DC, And last night, the D C council heard from residents who explained why they're pushing for the change Many things to celebrate with respect to President Wilson's legacy. But there are also many things some quite terrible to condemn. Councilmember Mary Che was among the members of the council who showed support for the renaming of Woodrow Wilson High. According to DC historians, he limited the advancement of blacks within the federal government. Supported segregation. Donald during Graham is a D C resident, Woodrow Wilson is despicable, but he was elected by a racist nation till he supports renaming his former high school. Let's use another Wilson name. What symbols don't fix history. Only hard work. Fighting for social justice will fix the future. Residents would like to submit a statement are able to do so until September 29 Melissa how w. T O Penis Well, though five it was and historic and disgusting event. Raw sewage flooding into homes in Northeast D. C last week after more than two inches of rain fell in, just 75 minutes. Well, tonight there's a virtual town hall. Also some hope to prevent some future flooding. Double DT Opie's Neal Augenstein as DC Water prepares for tonight's virtual town hall with residents in the Rigs, Park and Edgewood communities, the Water authority's chief operating officer, said ongoing construction projects should prevent similar events in the future. Well, it doesn't help the people whose belongings were fouled in the September 10th Flooding. D C. Water says the Northeast boundary tunnel would mitigate flooding in those neighborhoods. It's under construction and won't be done until 2023. But the seawater says the tunnels that have been built are working to reduce the severity and frequency of sewage backing up into people's homes. He logged in staying W T o P New Virginia residents facing mounting utility bills will get more time to pay. State regulators have granted a request from Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to extend a moratorium on water, gas and electric disconnections until October 5th. It was set to expire today. Thousands of Virginians face possible disconnection when that moratorium expires, mostly because of the economic pressures from the covert 19 pandemic. The original moratorium was implemented at the beginning of the pandemic. But the summer, state regulators argued a legislative fix was needed as of June, 30th Virginians owned or owed rather more than $184 million and passed to utility bills. Up next on Double D t O P. The Big 10 conference has reversed course and has decided it will play college football next month. We'll talk to use a Today's Christine Brennan 12 07. I'm Daniel gave the story of my life has been one of forks in the road. I was a national merit scholar who chose to go to West Point because I wanted to serve our country. I made the decision to lead my men into combat.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Attorneys met with Dr Andrew Baker, who conducted the autopsy on George Floyd. Judge Kale said Freeman and the other attorney's actions were quote sloppy and they are off the case. The judge also ruled evidence from a prior arrest of Floyd's in Texas would not be admitted the judge asking what possible relevance could that have That's WC CEOs As May Murphy, Arlington County Board members they're set to discuss and potentially adopt an ordinance banning guns on most county government property today inside Nova reports the measures possible under powers granted to localities in the 2020 General Assembly session. Measure is similar to ones already enacted in Alexandria and Falls Church. Among those taking part in a late stage clinical trial for a potential Corona virus vaccine is D. C. Councilmember Mary Che. She's among the volunteers helping to test the trial vaccine, jointly developed by biotech company Moderna and the National Institutes of Health. D. C'est reports Che first got interested in taking part after hearing her friend who's a doctor talk about doing it. They decided to do it together and Shay signed up a little over a month ago, There are signs that a significant amount of Corona viruses circulating in Stafford County, It's showing up in the sewage, and that's got health officials concerned that there's an outbreak in the northern Stafford areas that has yet to affect people enough that they seek medical care. The Richmond Times Dispatch reports. County health officials are concerned about households whose waste water runs into two facilities, Little falls run and acquire a total of about 35,000 households. Now the rate of cases at Thehe Choir plan increased from 9 to 18%. For now, testing is only used to keep health officials informed, but they do believe it has the potential to assist with heading.

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01:57 min | 1 year ago

"mary che" Discussed on WTOP

"Attorneys met with Dr Andrew Baker, who conducted the autopsy on George Floyd. Judge Kale said Freeman and the other attorney's actions were quote sloppy and they are off the case. The judge also ruled evidence from a prior arrest of Floyd's in Texas would not be admitted the judge asking what possible relevance could that have that's WC CEOs As May Murphy, Arlington County Board members they're set to discuss and potentially adopt an ordinance banning guns on most county government property today. Inside Nova report measure is possible under powers granted to localities in the 2020 General Assembly session. The measure is similar to ones already enacted in Alexandria and Falls Church. Among those taking part in a late stage clinical trial for a potential Corona virus vaccine is D. C. Councilmember Mary Che. She's among the volunteers helping to test the trial vaccine jointly developed by biotech company Moderna and the National Institutes of Health. DCs reports. Che first got interested in taking part after hearing her friend who is a doctor talk about doing it. They decided to do it together and Shay signed up a little over a month ago. There are signs that a significant amount of Corona virus is circulating in Stafford County going up in the sewage, and that's got health officials concerned that there's an outbreak in the northern Stafford areas that has yet to affect people enough that they seek medical care. The Richmond Times Dispatch reports. County health officials are concerned about households whose waste water runs into two facilities, Little falls run and acquire a total of about 35,000 households. Now the rate of cases at Thehe Choir plan increased from 9 to 18%. For now, testing is only used to keep health officials informed, but they do believe it has the potential to assist with heading off outbreaks in the future. Joan Jones w GOP news DC circulators about to resume its national mall route and the DC Streetcar is set to resume normal operating hours. The changes to meet increased demand will take.

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03:48 min | 1 year ago

"mary che" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Fabulous way when she discovered she had ovarian cancer she did in fact go through numerous treatments many radiation and chemotherapy treatments until the doctor said there is really nothing more we can do and merece at that time because there was no right to die legality here in DC she and her partner went to work with Mary che two or three councilmember to bring this idea to the poor now Mary Cheney as soon as she is not I wanted to bring this to the fore but had been persuaded by other council members to hold off for a bit but there are you became impatient it reaches and Mary Klein became the perfect advocate to come forward to talk about her own illness and the fact that she did not want to see her that she had done everything she could to try to stay online but knew that eventually and shortly she was going to die and did not want to die suffering she testified she lobbied she wrote letters and finally the district of Columbia city council voted so that now DC has a medical aid in dying law when we began this process in two thousand sixteen just three years ago there were three states at the time then head medical aid in dying now because people like Mary Klein because of people like Britney Minard in California who had to move if you are again to obtain medical aid in dying now there are lonely states plus the district of Columbia which has medical aid in dying I feel very fortunate that people like Mary Klein and Mary J. really made this an issue I pray that Maryland Virginia New York Connecticut and other states will follow suit before long so the district of Columbia got a medical aid in dying law on the books problem solved Mary Klein right wrong.

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02:57 min | 2 years ago

"mary che" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Problem is I know what we like fighting for workers and other workers are attacking him yes and they've also cal Thomas joining us in the next hour six o'clock now WMAL FM with which Washington while five point nine FM W. eight where Washington comes to talk we will mail news at six good morning everyone I'm John Matthews a teenager working a summer job and a home construction site on solitaire lane in McLean was killed when a did she was working in with a man collapsed the man is gate with non life threatening injuries federal safety inspectors are investigating the accident it's been a pain to have those six metro station south of Reagan airport close this summer but there will be a pay off when they re open the number of snazzy new improvements coming Kennedy to prevent include are so persistent tiles with stainless steel platform shelters that it will have USB charging ports in nam we'll have new energy efficient LED lighting metro sherry Lee says the stations will reopen after Labor Day some of those improvements will be completed however until later this fall major construction is coming to the Chesapeake Bay bridge right after Labor Day a two year project to replace the right lane of the westbound span we'll see Jersey walls go up and reduce traffic from three to two lanes there'll be no more to a traffic except in emergencies as the deck is replaced along with the steel rail posts on the right side of the span the project will take a break next summer between Memorial Day and Labor Day but the state's warning commuters to expect back ups your summer get away to Ocean City may end up costing you more next summer the Worcester county commission is considering raising the hotel rental tax rate in Ocean City from four and a half to five percent does he wear Rick me and says the city made the request for the hike what it will do is allow us to provide recreational amenities tourist related types of activities are vacationers visitors you know expect to see a public meeting on the proposal be held next month Maria leaf on WMAL and WMAL dot com a company with plans to place wind turbines twenty miles off the shore of ocean city's opening a plant in the port of Baltimore to build the massive windmills the Dutch firm that will own the wind farm is spending thirteen million dollars to create the facility where the four million pound turbines will be constructed and eventually shipped to the wind farm fifteen turbines will be erected off of Maryland but the site could be used to build turbines for other projects being planned along the east coast the only elephants you'll find in DC or if there's no but a local lawmakers pushing a bill to save them DC councilmember Mary che introducing legislation to make it illegal to buy or sell ivory over eighteen thousand elephants have been slaughtered so far just this year and under cover Humane Society investigation claims the ivory business is booming here are investigators visited locations within the district of Columbia and found dozens of ivory for sale at local businesses you.

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"mary che" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mary che" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Marco were man you're tuned to the world taken down statues of historic figures centuries after they've been erected we see that happening recently from charlottesville virginia to cape town south africa but this next story about putting up a memorial and in this case it may not help usrussian relations russian opposition leader boris nemtsov was never shy about criticizing president vladimir putin and then three years ago nemtsov was killed not far from the kremlin five people have gone to prison for the murder but jens saw supporters believe the order to kill him came from much higher up moscow won't give him a statue of the washington dc city council is taking up the cause here's more from my bbc colleague gary o'donoghue so here i am outside the russian embassy there's a big signed up here on the wool both in latin and cyrillic scripts their cameras on some of the lamp posts surround may discover fences with a huge satellite dish just inside the grounds but in a few weeks time this little stretch of wisconsin avenue is going to be renamed boris nemtsov claus up on the third anniversary of his murder you are trying to erase his memory we're going to keep it alive here it is prayed out in front of your embassy that's the sound of the washington city council pitching itself against the might of the russian state and in particular mary che whose push through emergency legislation so the renaming of the street can be done in time for the third anniversary if the russians when memorialize boris nemtsov's death she says than washington will the idea that somebody who was fighting for democracy would then have to face the attempt by government officials to effectively wipe away his memory so angered me and moved to me that i thought yes we will keep his memory alive here we're can't be obliterated i knew that outscore said it all he did not last novel noxious fluid.

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"mary che" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mary che" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"What according to this popular ridesharing app oh my smartphone the address of the embassy of the russian federation is two six five zero wisconsin avenue northwest washington and i think this might be more cab arriving now after the russian embassy please thank you so here i am outside the russian embassy there's a big signed up here on the wool both in latin and sarinic scripts their cameras on some of the lamp posts surround may discover the fences was a huge satellite dish just inside the grounds but in a few weeks time this little stretch of wisconsin avenue is going to be renamed boris nemtsov claus up on the third anniversary of his murder you are trying to erase his memory we're going to keep it alive here it is pradon front of your embassy that's the sound of the washington city council pitting itself against the might of the russian state and in particular mary che whose push through emergency legislation so the renaming of the street can be done in time for the third anniversary if the russians when memorialize boris nemtsov's death she says than washington will the idea that somebody who was fighting for democracy would then have to face the attempt by government officials to effectively wipe away his memory so angered me and moved to me that i thought yes we will keep his memory alive here we're can't be obliterated in another neither at school i get the general even eyeglass novel noxious fluid young effective open early yet.

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"mary che" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mary che" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"What according to this popular ridesharing app oh my smartphone the address of the embassy of the russian federation is two six five zero wisconsin avenue northwest washington and i think this might be more cab arriving now after the russian embassy please thank you so here i am outside the russian embassy there's a big signed up here on the wool both in latin and sarinic scripts their cameras on some of the lamp posts surround may discover the fences was a huge satellite dish just inside the grounds but in a few weeks time this little stretch of wisconsin avenue is going to be renamed boris nemtsov claus up on the third anniversary of his murder you are trying to erase his memory we're going to keep it alive here it is pradon front of your embassy that's the sound of the washington city council pitting itself against the might of the russian state and in particular mary che whose push through emergency legislation so the renaming of the street can be done in time for the third anniversary if the russians when memorialize boris nemtsov's death she says than washington will the idea that somebody who was fighting for democracy would then have to face the attempt by government officials to effectively wipe away his memory so angered me and moved to me that i thought yes we will keep his memory alive here we're can't be obliterated in another neither at school i get the general even eyeglass novel noxious fluid young effective open early yet.

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