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"maryland school" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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No Final Decision About In-Person Learning for Montgomery County, Maryland Schools

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00:49 sec | 2 months ago

No Final Decision About In-Person Learning for Montgomery County, Maryland Schools

"Day, Every county schools will start on line on August 30 1st that is certain. The big question this Thursday morning is when will students go back into the school buildings? Physically, Montgomery County School Superintendent Dr Jack Smith says there is no doubt the school will start with distance learning. But he said our November date for Return to in person classes is not certain. If there's AH dramatic increase in cases we may not get to start by November have brick and mortar experiences. Smith says. The Board of Education will meet on August 6th, and by then he expects they can say it's our goal to start on such and such a date to bring students and staff back into schools. If the conditions of the trends continue to stay as they are now, officials say. You're asking for more feedback from the

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"maryland school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:34 min | 5 months ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WTOP

"Desk and just the heads of breaking pandemic news out of Maryland school's out for the rest of the year in Maryland I'm Kate Ryan president trump has a change of heart when it comes to the corona virus task force could federal workers get hazard pay during the pandemic I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill mixed day on Wall Street after another round of tough economic news the Dow closed down two hundred eighteen the S. and P. down twenty but the nasdaq picked up forty five WTOP news time four thirty one breaking news this afternoon out of Annapolis Maryland has decided to keep schools closed through the end of the year the announcement came from the state superintendent in Annapolis this afternoon Dr Karen salmon Maryland state superintendent said the decision to keep public schools closed for the rest of the year came after talking to state health officials and the state board of education although we will not see students and educators return to the classroom before the scheduled end of the school year online and distance learning opportunities will continue Cheryl boast president of the Maryland state education association said the decision is the right one but added it's a sad day Montgomery County schools superintendent Dr Jack Smith also issued a statement saying the move is not a surprise but that doesn't diminish the sadness and disappointment felt in the school community Kate Ryan WTOP news also some big news from governor Larry Hogan during that briefing even though the stay at home order has not been revoked in Maryland governor Hogan says the state will begin opening access to certain outdoor activities such as golf fishing tennis state park facilities beaches along with other activities where access is controlled by the state government this wall start tomorrow morning at seven o'clock more details as we go through the afternoon on WTOP meantime in Virginia communities could impose pandemic restrictions even after the Commonwealth begins phase one of its so called path forward during his briefing this afternoon governor Ralph Northam says may fifteenth remains the likely date that phase one begins he says there are indications Virginia's situation is improving includes the percentage of tests that are positive which he says is not climb in addition the governor says no hospital has reported any difficulty getting PP in the last few days but there are some problem areas including poultry plants along the eastern shore Northam says testing will be increased in those plants as well as in the surrounding communities and he's asking the White House to extend authorizations of the National Guard can assist with testing for thirty three there is a new congressional push to provide federal workers with hazard pay during this pandemic WTOP's Mitchell Miller today only hill Maryland senators Chris van Hollen and been Cardon are among nearly twenty lawmakers calling for the pay hike they've written to the trump administration calling for a twenty five percent increase in pay for federal workers who are on the front lines and can't work remotely in a separate effort carton is pressing for more transparency of the paycheck protection program that's awarded hundreds of billions of dollars to small businesses and we're hearing that we're gonna be running out of money again soon and the Congress is going to be asked to make additional changes while the program has bipartisan support critics also point to money that's gone to large companies while smaller businesses still struggle on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news CBS news update president trump says he won't disband the White House coronavirus task force after all but he says it will take on a different shape will be any additional.

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Trump eyes reopening economy despite health warnings

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:31 min | 5 months ago

Trump eyes reopening economy despite health warnings

"As economy shrinks by the day the president reportedly now aiming toward may first as the target date to start re opening business this despite the advice by his medical experts that we need to keep social distancing for a wee bit longer to stop the outbreak it's more evidence of the furious tug of war between the nation's physical health and its economic health Michael Greenberger director of the center for health and homeland security at the university of Maryland school of law joined Shawn Anderson to talk about it every public health expert that's looked at this winter in the trump administration in the state private public health experts say it's exactly the wrong thing to do the idea is to open everything up to help the economy and what will happen if you open everything up as the economy won't be out and the virus will be worse it'll be the worst of all worlds clearly the president is very nervous by the mounting economic damage is being done unemployment is skyrocketing people can't pay rent they can't pay their mortgages their income and savings are dwindling so you can understand the intense interest in trying to get things rolling again but I think in any objective observer who's grounded in public health will tell the president or tell anybody else that this thing needs to be waited out China now after three or four months of this is now coming out of it in fact they're supplying us with needed medical equipment the Asian countries are having a rebound the social distancing is working even in New York state which has been hit as hard as any body in the world has been hit is beginning to top out and things are coming down if you prematurely opened things up even on a rolling basis it's just going to lead to more chaos and I will say that I think basically the American public is accepting of what's happening it's painful but they know that disregarding public health advice is only going to make matters worse the other thing is I think the president is looking at rural areas and saying oh well they're not here so let's let them open up but as each day goes by the rural areas are being hit harder and the tragedy there is that their medical health infrastructure is not as good as the urban areas and so they're going to experience a lot of pain and I think by may first and probably sooner the president is going to see that what appears to be unaffected by the virus will be in full bloom with the virus as you know it takes several days up to eleven days before the symptoms start demonstrating themselves people may be walking around now feeling terrific I'd not selling eleven days what would be a reasonable way to re open the economy yet keep as many people as possible healthy what you're going to see is for example as New York improved the situation there's going to be gradual reopening based on public health directives and it's going to be gradual and well thought through and by the way president of the **** cutting back testing sons if we had adequate testing and knew who was infected it would be much easier to open up that's Michael Greenberger director of the center for health and homeland security at the university of Maryland school of

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Maryland School history lesson compares Trump to Nazis, communists

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Maryland School history lesson compares Trump to Nazis, communists

"Meantime Republican lawmakers in Maryland are criticizing a history lesson and a public high school near Baltimore they compared president Donald Trump with **** and communists a slide use an Advanced Placement history class at loch raven high school in Towson shows a picture of trump with the words wants to round up a group of people and build a giant wall underneath trump is a picture of a swastika with the words quote bend there and a nother showing the flag of the Soviet Union with the words done that school district officials said the issue has become a personnel

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China's Coronavirus Is Spreading. But How?

Short Wave

10:34 min | 8 months ago

China's Coronavirus Is Spreading. But How?

"Deadly new virus has cropped up in China the dramatic surge in cases of a deadly mystery virus. It's something called a corona virus. The pneumonia like illness originated in central. Insult China there are actually many types of corona viruses. This one causes fever dry. Cough difficulty breathing. Diarrhea and body aches the the number of infected exploded over the weekend. Hundreds of people have been infected Chinese officials taking every precaution to contain the virus and as of Thursday afternoon. We're recording this workers outside of the local hospital in bio suits. Seventeen people have died or good afternoon governor. Jay inslee governor of the state of Washington on top up of all of that. We're here to give a brief into the public regarding the novel. rotavirus on Tuesday officials announced. It's shown up here in the United States. Patient is a man in his thirties. He is in the hospital here behind me and then later in the week. Chinese authorities closed off the city of Wuhan at the center of the outbreak. Nick wants eleven. Million people are being told they can't leave and more. Chinese cities have followed suit. Such a massive operation to restrict people moving on spreading. The disease is unprecedented. So this episode. We'll tell you what officials are saying about the origins of the virus and what we know about the likelihood that it will continue to spread Brett. I'm Mattioli and you're listening to shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR. So we're talking corona virus and here to help us do that is NPR. Reporter Jason Bogin who covers global health and development. Hey Jason Hey Mattia so this thing cropped up about a month ago and this past week China announced more cases and the number of countries where it's been found outside of China continues to grow. Oh and one big thing. We haven't mentioned yet. Is that this weekend. Is the busiest holiday travel season in China. One of the largest travel seasons in the world. Yeah it's like doc Thanksgiving and fourth of July all combined into one. Hundreds of millions of people typically travel for the Lunar New Year which is January twenty fifth man. Ah brings up something about virus. Does it spread easily amongst people who are on trains. We don't exactly know the Chinese government has said it appears to be respiratory Tori. But they haven't been able to confirm that that is exactly the route of transmission at the moment and how communicable is how likely it is if people are sitting next next which other on buses and planes and trains that it could spread right. Okay so let's back up and explain what we do know. Starting with where it started the city city of Wuhan in central China yet so all indications are pointing to this wholesale meat market in Wuhan. It's a place where they have live. Animals that are slaughtered. There's also fish that are sold there as well as meet and the idea is that the corona virus and seems to be what have hap has happened jumped from one of fold animals in the market over to humans. And at this point we don't know exactly what animal that is. We don't as one of the big questions that still out there. If you remember SARS that big outbreak started in two thousand two was really big in two thousand and three. It's called Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome now is also corona virus. Chris and it spread all over the world. Almost eight hundred people were killed before eventually stamped out and health officials in China say that this current virus doesn't look his deadliest that but it's still really serious for SARS. It was these palm. Civic cats that were being sold in AL markets in China and once that was identified identified then the Chinese government banned the sale of civic cats. That's Matthew Freeman urologist at the University of Maryland. School of Medicine Right. Okay so I wanNA talk a little bit about how a virus like this can jump from animal to human because it's not often explained super clearly. Yeah so a key. Part of that jump is when a virus mutates and and when people talk about mutations and viruses. What they're talking about is something that actually happens? Naturally when a virus replicates right so viruses loved to make lots of little copies of themselves elves and when they do they can make little mistakes during that and knows can change who or what the virus can infect. That's right and Matthew Freeman that Corologis. He thinks that SARS actually started out in bats and it mutated jumped over two those civic cats and then eventually got into people all and here's how he described it as these viruses replicate in these in bats day mutate a bit and if the wrong bat and the wrong other animal become in contact potentially usually when they're caught in the wild whether they're brought onto farms than it can jump into that species and often times. What we found is that the virus needs a little bit more mutational events to happen where can replicate in this intermediate animal before it can jump into people so in the case of SARS it started in bats takes a little bit jumps into cats mutates more jumps into humans right and there are other types of corona viruses that exist in birds in rodents are in camels. But in this case it's proving difficult to figure out what the exact animal source is this corona virus right which brings us back to that market in and Wuhan where they think it all started yet. We spoke to this Guy Kevin Olive oil. WHO's the VP research at the public health? Nonprofit it's called ECO health alliance as been to a lot of markets like this one in in Southeast Asia and he said they can have a wide variety of animals some of them while domestic and it creates a kind of melting pot. Where it's possible for these viruses to jump between species when the animals are alive in the market? They're stressed out. There's a lot of contact with feces and saliva and in terms of butchering the animals. With blood you know. It's pretty chaotic. It's not ed clean as you would think and There's a lot of contact with animals and animal fluids and body parts and so you can imagine in that Type of environment. Yeah it's really hard to zero in on one particular animal as a source You know in this instance. There's some question about how careful the Chinese government has been among in dealing with this way. Once they found out that there was this big problem they went in and cleaned everything. Up in some of the researchers are a little bit Upset set that a lot of potentially useful evidence got destroyed in this effort to just clean up this market right. They kind of reacted quickly and now makes it harder to trace that. Yes now the scientist just because they did that clean up. The sizes are playing catch up there sampling animals and other markets. Trying to see if they have the virus and in the meantime there could potentially still be animals most spreading this type of virus in other markets in China right and then of course beyond that they're saying it's now spreading not just from animals to humans but from one human human to another. Do we have any other clues about that. Human to human spread. That's happening. This is one of the big questions that still out there. What is the human to human spread doesn't have have to be really close? Contact is spreading through the air. We talk to this epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and tropical medicine. David Heymann. He says one clue is that there seems to be many clusters of infected people who all belong to the same family and they've had intense contact with an infected person it. It doesn't seem that the current virus spreads very easily face to face with a cough or a sneeze but even said we still don't know what sheriff the infections happen through. These family. Clusters this case in Washington state. That patient says he didn't visit any of these markets. He doesn't recall coming into contact with anyone who was was sick rain and also brings up another thing. That's kind of concerning which is that at least fifteen. Healthcare workers in the city of Wuhan a reportedly among people who've been inspected and that's always an evil omen within emerging infection because health workers. See a disease may think it's a common pneumonia. They're not as careful. They should be in washing their hands or in patient care and as a result they then get infected and then it spreads within the hospital or can spread to their families and then into the community so so hell in the concern. Is that those workers who may not know that they're actually infected with the virus and feel healthy actually are this phenomenon known as super spreaders people who end up actually infecting a lot of other people. And we've seen this in the SARS outbreak there. There were some super spreaders. There are some key people who ended up spreading the virus to a lot of other people and in that really contributed to the spread of SARS globally. So the question is are there super spreaders with this virus. We don't really know that yet. Gotcha and in the meantime when the CDC announced it confirmed that there's that American patient it also so announced screening at certain airports here in the states right and as we talked about airports We should mention screenings were implemented during the SARS outbreak. They didn't have much of an impact on containing SARS that said the. CDC screening is happening now at airports in La San Francisco New York Atlanta Atlanta Chicago and basically passengers off a plane with a fever or they seem to have cold like symptoms. They're going to be taken aside for health screening testing now You know even the best case that's GonNa take our Z.. Samples getting sent back to the CDC in Atlanta. So if you're flying for me you're going to be routed into one of these airports where they're are able to check you and see if you're showing signs of having this disease. Gotcha okay so Jason. Yeah this is obviously getting a lot of attention get right now now what our public health officials and journalists like yourself the most worried about look the the worst case scenario is an airborne flu that spreads rapidly around the world has maybe a long incubation period. gets out there and then kills lots of people. Yeah that's not really what we're seeing at the moment went But it is still concerning because you are getting spread that we don't know exactly how it's happening so that's what's most concerning installment that we don't know how it's spreading and we don't no the underlying number of people who've been infected or how long that incubation period which could mean we've got a whole slew of them coming down the fire shirt okay Jason Boban update you're welcome will link to NPR's reporting on corona virus in the notes of this episode which was produced by Brett. bachman edited by Andrea Andrea. Kasich in fact checked by Emily von.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In Carol northwestern Harford and northern Baltimore county's as the result. The following school systems are opening two hours late. They include those in Baltimore City. Baltimore County, Carroll, Harford and Montgomery counties all two hours late Talbot county schools opening ninety but it's sleep Maryland school for the blind opening two hours, late and social community college hood college in Baltimore City community college opening at ten Baltimore states. Attorney Marilyn Moesby is seeking increased powers on do tainted convictions wrought by the corrupt gun trays taskforce judges have blocked our efforts to overturn the cases. More than two thousand cases are under review. Marilyn lawmakers are considering a Bill to hold adults more accountable for their children's behavior. The Bill would impose a one thousand dollar fine. What a parent or guardian who causes trouble at school four times the tentative agreement to fund the federal government through the fiscal year gives President Trump far less money that he saw for building a border wall with Mexico. The deal hammered out last night provides nearly one point four billion not the five point seven billion. The president had demanded and was at the center of the dispute this Mark last month's record government shutdown. The agreement calls for fifty five miles of metal slats or other types of new fencing not a concrete wall. The president last night sat down with FOX's Laura Ingram to discuss a multitude of issues, including the funding of the border wall. The interview took place. Moments before President Trump delivered a speech at his make America great again rally in El Paso, Texas. A wall is a very good thing. Not a bad thing. It's a moral thing to put it in the opposite terms, and we have tremendous support. We're building had right now, we don't even say build the wall in what we say finished the wall because we've built a lot and we're renovating a tremendous amount of all stuff that was really in bad shape. But it had good structure. Look at sports coming up in a moment. Dino window, tinting Maryland's most.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In the studios and if you've got something on your mind hey maybe you can join in the conversation on this palm sunday hopefully all of you made it to church on time or if you went to the later service that you'll be listening when you get out we appreciate everybody out there in the wsb listening audience we all know yesterday was a big day for the anti gun movement it was huge hashtag march for our lives that's the big hashtag write hashtag solve all of our world's problems all we need to do is have enough hashtags and everything goes away hashtag no more hashtag never again of course we have to ignore the fact that just about three and a half weeks after the shooting in florida we had another school shooting in maryland notice how the maryland school shooting has pretty much gone away like we're not talking about it it's not in the news it's not part of the rally you didn't hear anybody bringing that up i didn't see any i'm looking at headlines i'm looking at all the posters i i don't see it i don't see a word about what happened just about a week and a half ago in maryland were unfortunately there was actually a death two students were shot technically three but we can clarify that in a moment to students were shot by a gunman who came to school a fellow student who grabbed the handgun this time not a rifle not a scary looking black rifle with attachments and handles and things it was a pistol we never hear anything about the pistols it's always about banning the a are fifty because it's a scary looking rifle doesn't matter that you can have twelve different versions that fire two to three ammo just like an ar fifteen some are would grain some have black plastic some have extra attachment some don't but it's the scary looking a are fifteen 'cause we've got to ban assault rifles assault rifles because that's what ar stands for right it's the assault no you know what i did for the last four weeks and i think this is hysterical because i've had people agreeing with me online and this scares me with the upcoming midterm elections to show the the lack of intelligence or at least a lack of understanding of this entire issue it's a hot button issue it's emotional.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To the allen sanders show yes i am live in the studios and if you've got something on your mind hey maybe you can join in the conversation on this palm sunday hopefully all of you made it to church on time or if you went to the later service that you'll be listening when you get out we appreciate everybody out there in the wsb listening audience we all know yesterday was a big day for the anti gun movement it was huge hashtag march for our lives that's the big hashtag write hashtag solve all of our world's problems all we need to do is have hashtags and everything goes away hashtag no more hashtag never again of course we have to ignore the fact that just about three and a half weeks after the shooting in florida we had another school shooting in maryland notice how the maryland school shooting has pretty much gone away like we're not talking about it it's not in the news it's not part of the rally you didn't hear anybody bringing that up at least i didn't see any i'm looking at headlines i'm looking at all the posters i i don't see it i don't see a word about what happened just about a week and a half ago in maryland were unfortunately there was actually a death two students were shot technically three but we can clarify that in a moment to students were shot by a gunman who came to school a fellow student who grabbed a handgun this time not a rifle not a scary looking black rifle with attachments in handles and things it was a pistol we never hear anything about the pistols it's always about banning the are fifty because it's a scary looking rifle doesn't matter that you can have twelve different versions that fire two to three ammo just like they are fifteen some are would grains some have black plastic some have extra attachment some don't but it's the scary looking ar fifteen because we've got to ban assault rifles assault rifles because that's what ar stands for.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Number is eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom eight five five four five zero three seven three three and we've got skype as well skype username is l r n dot fm we're talking about the school shootings and gun control protests that hit the streets across the united states today chris christie indian in the studio here because you were there for key new hampshire's gun protests thing that they had what was called it was for our live march for our lives we can talk more about that your calls and thoughts certainly welcome here within hot and heavy into your calls and folks calling in on the phone lines on skype on discord you get on our discord chat at discord dot dot fm and vicky hung on through the the news there in indiana wanted to make sure we had a chance to have that conversation because you brought up the the one of the victim teams in the more recent school shooting the maryland school shooting which was cut short by the response from a school resource officer who did take out the shooter relatively quickly after the shooting began apparently one of his victims has passed away in the hospital yes the girl that the shooter had previously had reached previously and recently had a relationship with was taken off of life support on thursday and passed away on friday so dan i wanted to say please go ahead.

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Teen girl shot at Maryland school "brain dead," life support to end, mother says

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Teen girl shot at Maryland school "brain dead," life support to end, mother says

"High temperatures lead to things like inflammation and insulin resistance it's eight minutes in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news gordon china's urging the us to pull back from the brink as president transplants for tariffs on up to sixty billion dollars in chinese goods move the world's two largest economies closer to a trade war the escalating tensions between beijing and washington are spooking financial markets as investors foresee dire consequences for the global economy if trade barriers started going up president trump says china is in the wrong be the start of making trade with china more fair was so far down and our presidents frankly our past president should never have allowed this to happen the dow industrial skit at seven hundred twenty four points yesterday and worries about a global trade war a teenage girl who was shot when a classmate opened fire inside their maryland high school is brain dead and being removed from life support melissa willie told reporters last night her daughter has no life left in her we're grateful for the care that have gotten here in in high school gene was shot tuesday by seventeen year old austin rollins at great mills high school in saint mary's county rollins died after shooting willie the two had been in a relationship that recently ended a powerful storm in california that swelled rivers flooded streets and triggered water rescues throughout the state is on its last gasp the three day storm spared communities repeater the deadly debris flows following a deluge earlier this year but it did dump record rainfall in some parts and unleash flooding that led to dramatic rescues from los angeles all the way to some some four hundred miles to the north loyola chicago and its world famous none are heading to the elite eight after the ramblers knocked out nevada sixty eight to six hundred sixty nine to sixty eight in the men's ncaa tournament last night kansas state's also moving on after knocking off kentucky case day coach bruce weber spoke after his team sixty one to fifty eight win different quotes one was vince lombardi about point to exhaustion and laying on the floor you know victoria's and i hope they took that to heart but the other one was about doing all the little things added up that's how you get a victory horse there florida state and michigan also are moving on.

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Teen girl shot at Maryland school

News, Traffic and Weather

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Teen girl shot at Maryland school

"One in seattle that begins at ten am at kelly anderson park tonight teenage girls shot at a maryland high school will soon be taken off life support jalen willy's mom says a sixteen year old is now brain dead the teen was shot tuesday by seventeen year old austin rollins at great mills high school rawlins died after shooting willie our school resource officer got there within minutes and fired a shot at rollins but it's still not clear whether rollins was killed by the officers bullet or took his own wife protesters delayed tonight sacramento kings game only a few fans made it in before this protests started and the doors had to be locked fans left outside we're told to go home the protesters were outraged over the death of twenty two year old stephen clarke the unarmed black man was shot and killed by police in his grandparents back yard police say officers believe clark was pointing a gun at them he was holding his cell phone law enforcement is still searching for the artist responsible for torching the islamic center of the eastside police want to talk to anyone with video or information about the fire they're offering a thousand dollar reward this is the second time in arsonist destroyed the mosque the homeless man who pled guilty after the first fire was released from prison last week but bellevue police say he's not a person of interest still me police want you to see this sketch as they search for the man who groped a girl less than a block from mount sinai highschool they say he was walking on the sidewalk and grabbed the girl as she'd passed him on friday the suspect it is described as asian around thirty years old with black spiky hair tonight detectives are trying to solve two separate hit and run crashes one killing a ferry worker and another leaving a victim barely alive in king county investigators are looking for this white cargo van the hitman walking on military road in seatac early this morning the van has a noticeable rack on the roof and the victims at harborview and may not survive just a few hours later another driver hit and killed katie phillips ferry worker heading home from her shift in kitsap county troopers us she stopped to help a woman who ran out of gas and it was hit on sedgwick road near port orchard they're now looking for a.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Right now in downtown baltimore at the inner harbor it's dropped the thirty four degrees and elders berg thirty two degrees coming up on the news at nine this morning maryland school shooter used his father's handgun and apparently was a lovesick teen so we're talking about a prolife student group but miami ohio university chapter prom their lawsuit prompting an end to the triggered warnings there ellen wittman is the student president of students for life at that chapter ellen do you think other students for life chapter or are they going to copy this model are you sharing that with these other chapters so that they can ward off any kinds of problems they may be having on campus yes so i am encouraging all student groups that i talked to outside of my kansas to stand up for their free speech rights and alliance defending freedom does a great job of this is helping these students recognize when their free speech rights are violated and take legal action on them so i think that many students can use my story as an example and as encouragement that when you stand up for free speech and when you recognize that universities should be encouraging reseach and not shutting it down then you can really have an impact not only for your student group for student groups all across campus and all across the country as well similar situation here in baltimore this was at hopkins university on campus where a prolife group they were not allowed to be part of their spring fair not having a display and a lotta times travis these groups don't know where to turn so your message to those student groups may be in our listening audience this morning they reach out.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Defend themselves and now youtube is decided that they're going to ban all those instructional videos how to videos about firearms and weapons they're not going to publish them anymore what do you think i think it's not only an attack on our second amendment but a very clear attack on her first amendment rights and it's it's censoring to a ridiculous point because they're they're claiming that because of these videos you know people are going to know how to build a gyn and yes it's instructional and stuff but there's still processes to purchase those firearm parts to even purchase a lower of an ar you know you have to go through a background check to get some of these parts so they're really doing how to video about making a pressure cooker bombers something for god's sake the firearms these guns these are these are these are legal weapons there's something that every american have most americans have in their homes for their families and their loved ones and these are bad people better learning how to build these dimes and if they are a good person was a firearm four double tap their math that bad unlikely thaw at the maryland school where that police officer job and that bad guy that's right and the gang members and and and the drug gangs and the criminals were committing crimes and murders and armed robbery they're not learning how to use their guns by watching youtube video regis giles thanks it's been a long time it's good to.

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Witness: Maryland school shooter put gun to his own head when officer confronted him

Derek Hunter

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Witness: Maryland school shooter put gun to his own head when officer confronted him

"Girl wounded in yesterday's shooting at great mills high school in maryland remains in critical condition as police try to understand why a seventeen year old student shot her and another teen in a crowded hallway isaiah titian or describing the terrifying seconds after an armed officer confronted these seventeen year old shooter on tuesday as behind me lay yelling at the boy he's telling him put the gun down but they are now we need on a hate anybody else but the gun down and then they have to last time he said that he shot only two shots police haven't said whether the officer killed the shooter or the team killed himself andy field abc news the us must harden its election infrastructure to guard against russian meddling ahead of the twenty eighteen midterms says homeland security secretary john nielsen it will require a significant investment over time and will require a whole of government solution to ensure continued confidence in our election nielsen testifying before the senate intelligence committee about four thousand flights have been canceled today thanks to this later nor'easter dumping snow big cities with airports that serve as major hubs four back to back nor easters of caused ten thousand cancellations this month you're listening to abc news wbal news update on news radio ten ninety.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"From the sixty s wbz news time is now three minutes past not o clock and all the baltimore area is bracing for the second of a one two punch in the weather as weather forecasters are calling for another eight inches of snow five to eight inches to be exact or maybe even more in some areas through tonight western counties could receive as much as twelve to eighteen inches of snow and four to eight inches on the eastern shore with the antiquated additional snow most school systems are shutting down here in maryland today the only exceptions are those in somerset an worser counties we have not heard from either of those two counties and wicomico county schools are dismissing two hours early but all the rest are closed today in other news in the latest school shooting in america but gunfire was over and done with in less than a minute and other kurd right here in maryland in saint mary's county the shooter a seventeen year old student was killed a sixteen year old girl who had some type of relationship with the shooter critically injured a fourteen year old boy also won't it the school resource officer who fired off a shot at the attacker was praised as a hero tuesday shooting occurred at great mills high school in southern maryland following yesterday's school shooting and saint mary's county the caramel county school system moved swiftly to increase law enforcement presence in schools they're effective today carol county sheriff's deputies will be in place at various schools throughout carroll county costs will be covered by money allocated by the board of county commissioners baltimore city saw three more shoe shootings on tuesday a seventeen year old boy a twenty two year old man at the twenty four year old man were all wounded in separate incidents the seventeen year old was shot in the back in the twenty five hundred block up emerson street in the city shipley neighborhood an area that has seen multiple shootings in recent weeks i'll look at sports in just a moment one of the most common new year's resolutions is.

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Police have identified the Maryland school shooter — and they say there are signs he knew the girl he shot

News, Traffic and Weather

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Police have identified the Maryland school shooter — and they say there are signs he knew the girl he shot

"Police say the school shooter in maryland tuesday had a relationship with these sixteen year old girl he targeted and shot that girl one of two students injured the shooter is dead sheriff tim cameron says the seventeen year old school shooter knew the sixteen year old girl he critically wounded there was a prior relationship the extent of which i can't comment on at this time school resource officer responding in less than a minute he confronted and shot the shooter not clear if that bullet or a self inflicted wound killed him andy field abc news great mills maryland the brother of suspected florida's school shooter nncholas crews remains in custody zachary cruise is arrested for trespassing on the campus of marjory stoneman douglas high school florida authorities seeking to have him involuntarily committed and prohibited from possessing guns the producers of the crown are apologizing for the queen's pay gap as abc's jason nathanson explains from hollywood there was outrage last week after news broke that the crown star an emmy nominee clear for was being paid less for her role as the queen compared to her husband played by matt smith now the producer of the netflix show leppings pictures says in a statement they want to apologize to four and smith for putting them in the center of the media storm they say when it comes to salaries the.

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Maryland school officer stops armed student who shot 2 others

Big Biz Radio Show

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Maryland school officer stops armed student who shot 2 others

"Usa radio news john what's going on in austin a great place tremendous place is absolutely disgraceful the president speaks out as an investigation continues after another package explosion at a fed ex plan outside of san antonio and agents find another undetonated package at a facility in austin two people killed so far for others injured over one hundred thousand dollars in reward money is available for information leading to the capture of the bomber a school resource officer shoots a seventeen year old student student opens fire at the great mills high school in maryland the student later dying at a hospital and now they're trying to find a motive saint mary's county sheriff tim cameron saying there's an indication that our prior relationship existed between the shooter and the female victim before the officer was able to stop the shooter the teen critically injured a sixteen year old female student and injured another male students this is usa radio news needs to be enjoyed with family and friends.

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Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy snow, winds

Battle Lines

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy snow, winds

"And critically wounded the girl inside a maryland school tuesday and the shooter was killed when a school resource officer confronted the moments after the gunfire erupted a third student was in good condition after he was shot maryland governor larry hogan says while the details are still being confirmed a school resource officer appears to have acted properly is sure sounds like was exactly the way it should have been handled at a very capable school resources officer that also happened to be a swat team member this is a tough guy who apparently closed in very quickly it took the right kind of accident and i think while there's still tragic you may have saved other people's lives shooting occurred a great mills high school in southern maryland at least at federal authorities say the latest explosion to hit austin was caused by an incendiary device it is not related to the series of bombs that has rocked the texas capitol atf acting assistant special agent in charge frank ortega says agents from across the country are working hard to try and solve the case working round the clock again the public safety is our number one priority and we are providing all the resources that we that we can do finally find some the person or individuals responsible for this residents in the city then he robbed just march at arts major cities in the northeast could see more than a foot of snow forecast suggests that places like philadelphia up to new york city into southern connecticut could exceed a foot so we're looking at maybe ten to fifteen inches in that corridor high winds caused trouble coastal areas looking at winds gusting around fifty miles an hour possibly fifty fifty five align both the mid atlantic and southern new england coast and we're also looking at minor to moderate coastal flooding across portions of the mid atlantic and new england coast the fourth nor'easter in three weeks force in new york city mayor bill de blasio to close public schools wednesday the democratic mayor made the call on a tweet tuesday evening this is townhall dot com amazing to realize but you know it's been almost two years i've been talking with you about relieffactor and i can tell you i've been continually inundated with testimonials if you're struggling with ongoing back or neck pain shoulder hip or knee pain or general muscle pain pains of any kind.

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"maryland school" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Well yeah that's violet the president of the school added that the visual depiction of night in conjunction with the moniker crusader inevitably ties us directly to the reality of religious wars and the violence of the crusades we need to wipe away our history stig outta sight outta mind oh boy how we live with themselves at night goodness i don't know how how they feel like that that's going to change anything oh maybe more kids will come to holy cross now because they're not that night guy at the games anymore they're triggered by the night speaking of triggered brandon the student who shot two people the maryland school was seventeen years old he couldn't have bought a gun legally nope legally prohibited from possessing possessing or owning the firearm used so he broke the law yeah that's kind of what i'm saying q cameron caskey three to blaming the nra oh they're not gonna talk about this one the gun kill them that's not gonna work out very well all right we've got more news for you including from the from the brother of nncholas crews guess where he showed up well we'll tell you when the show continues on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio five thirty seven right now that'd be g what's up couple of trouble spots braden this report sponsored by bill gordon and associates we got that accident working northbound i twenty five just before lead coal the left lane blocked should be getting close to get that cleared out of your way but you're backup still starts just south of sun port jefferson and the frontage road there twenty five we've got an accident working northbound jefferson primarily affected lots of congestion at montgomery louisiana because of construction you got south and westbound lanes closed northbound lanes picking up that extra traffic osuna congested from pennsylvania all the way down to looks like san mateo boulevard lots of congestion going north and east and west there westbound alameda slow from second street to coors and not not too bad jefferson down to about four th street injured can't work you may qualify for social security benefits call gordon associates and learn how eight hundred nine three two one two seven six that's eight hundred nine three to twelve seventy six pc an accident call the traffic tracker hotline at seven six seven nine hundred.

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"maryland school" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"It may come out in this investigation that this do turn the gun on himself with the point is he didn't turn the gun on himself until a deputy had engaged him and he knew that the gig was the jig was up so he decided to end it if that's what he did it may have been the deputies bullet who killed him we'll find on the but either way the deputy with a gun brought the situation to an end without any more people being killed this is why you need somebody with a gun and the thing about it is the mainstream media have so focused on parkland for so long since since valentine's day to that happen that when this happened today they tried to ignore it for several hours but ultimately they could not even cnn is now lauding the school resource officer loan resource officers quick action stopped the maryland school shooter within seconds that the piece from actually cnn unbelievable because they've made this such a big deal we've had camera hog and the rest of his friends out there for weeks now and now one of these happens in school resource officers the one who takes the guy down or at least causes them to shoot himself and they tried to ignore for a few hours but they can't ultimately because it's a big deal it is a big deal and that's where we are with this folks this is how you stop an active shooter i hope that the the the young girl makes it i really hope she does it looks like the guy's gonna make she's got life threatening injuries but if she makes it imagine how a miraculously that's going to be we'll feel we don't know he's gonna shoot all stop it we have no idea what this guy was gonna do we have no idea how much damage he could have done and we have no idea how many people you could have killed the bottom line is this he didn't and if we can save this girl he didn't kill anybody because as a person with a gun was quick on the scene within seconds of hearing their first shots fired and winning in what he did was minus standing reports he actually chased the gunman away the gunman was in.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To any people who've prevented any kind of crime at all whatsoever because it doesn't go with their narrative they they they're just all in against self defense i have a lot more where it concerns this as well because this is what absolutely amazes me about all of this you know i mean this is what amazes me i i will never understand this prejudice toward self defense and i talked about it a little bit earlier today will never ever understand ever i will never understand the prejudiced against self defense and why it's why there are people did you see people protesting at the oscars did you see people protesting at the oscars when you had all of these celebrities that were there and were walking the red carpet and they had armed security etc etc nobody protested the presence of firearms to protect the celebrities nobody protested the protests the presence of firearms to protect the athletes but oh my goodness heaven forbid i there i don't know i don't know why people take issue with defending our most vulnerable in our most innocent and as a mother as someone that has children as someone who's oldest child is just a couple of years younger than the than the teens at parkland i as a mother i do not understand it eight four four three four four dana so that all of the people at think progress have this number i'm calling you out i'm here and as steve can attest i take these calls first and foremost so call in and let's see if you can if you're smears can stand up to scrutiny on air with me as much as you try to make them stand on twitter without any accountability adult whatsoever i'm here where you at we are also going to get into the latest with the austin bombing because another package exploded at fedex and apparently there's another one underway there was another one founded another facility we're going to get into the latest on that we're also watching some of the press conferences on the maryland school shooting was stopped by an armed school resource officer we'll have all of.

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"maryland school" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Your point from point they're gonna wanna drive to somewhere else whether it's the downtown crossing or to go to the south shore to the north shore to western mass pike and on i ninety three i mean that's that's gonna be happening some point in the future but they wanted to kind of get the get the testing piece of it worked out so if you think about reading industrial packing on signs at the park and there's some areas down near that are somewhat desolate the date in this not a lot of pedestrian vehicle traffic they were using those areas and expanded it to where there was traffic and pedestrians so again the technology in the innovation advances sodas and sodas of day request to expand that footprint and they keep coming in they've been pretty forthcoming with you know the testing and they continue to come in and asking for additional areas to protest and so far so good boston then we learned about that incident to happen and i'm sure there'll be an investing gatien they're interesting to note that the guy that you senator markey hit the pause button on some stuff out in dc as a result of this so i think everyone's to take a pause based on that accident do that investigation kind see what exactly happened was it was it the was was what the was it the fault was sort of a shared shared fault incident type of thing but i don't know if we could continue i don't know if we should halted altogether but i think it was it was important for the mayor and transportation commission into you know to hit the brakes and and do a quick review of the safety plans and double back on making sure that graduated testing protocol is being adhere to which from my perspective it is in this company like you said city council to working with the city i'm so sorry to interrupt you there is currently an update on the maryland school shooting i think we wanted to grab obviously three injured down there thank you so much for your time and the problem with those people are okay down in maryland thank you so much.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Parts of south fulton county this morning in fairburn the storm damage is just incredible mark today regard slam their car and thousands are still without power this morning we'll have more on the cleanup in just a moment but first we are following breaking news there has been another school shooting this time in maryland we understand that three people are injured and that does include the gunman again the latest school shooting in maryland this mom telling us school with this guy all right let's get the latest on the school shooting from maryland from abc as the washington dc a school shooting it happened in southern maryland great mills high school we have just confirmed three people were injured including the shooter affiliate w j o a is reporting that the school resource officer confronted the suspect the school is currently on lockdown fbi atf agents are on their way to the scene local police are telling parents not to go to the school but to meet at a nearby high school for information abc news chief justice correspondent pierre thomas with more on how we found out about it this morning we began getting reports of violence inside the school around eight thirty this morning this chilling tweet came from a student named molly davis i am in great mills high school my school is on very real lockdown threat please pray for us again we don't have any specifics on casualties but this young lady was clearly afraid we will update with details as they come in three people injured including the shooter at the shooting said to have happened about fifteen minutes into i period at the school i'm cheri preston abc news we have fifty seven degrees right now on peachtree street only a slight chance of a shower later today highs around sixty seven atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up but damage from last night's powerful storms extensive.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The top of the hour governor hogan wanted of inspector general for maryland schools will give the democratic reaction to that and vicepresident white me and the democrats have now truly reveal their real immigration agenda renounce ivor lesson absolving easier with his capital commandeer has live trump's attack on nbc on the editorial page of the national review magazine came the following trump attacked nbc threatening to have the federal communications commission revoke edge broadcast licence as punishment for publishing new storage this coveting to the administration that's pure trump there is no license to revoke because the fcc does not license broadcast network or cable channels and does license individual stations piling on trump loyalist though mucho suggested that print publications such as the washington post should lose their licences to but such licences do not exist for the post and other newspapers chairman of the fcc aajit pie rebuke the president and public noting that even if there were a licensed to revoke the fcc is not empowered to do so in response to the political content of news broadcasts quote the fcc will stand for the first amendment pi said thanks for that less consolidating wcbm center market dipped in twenty four hour at sears upgraded your moviegoing experience with lazzari lancers in every auditorium go to cinemark dot com to reserve your recliner the army president's reception last night.

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"maryland school" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Eight hundred two eight nine two to seven that's eight hundred two eight eight nine two to seven you know we didn't get to this yesterday but there was a woman who supposedly to see the story yesterday that supposedly a woman is accused of stealing a laptop from somebody of fort worth a man and in calling the next day and said what's your password of trying to sell it at the what's your browser to try to sell at the foreign shop well apparently the story comes out today that it that wasn't her that is it is this guy and this guy is accused of stealing the laptop they've cleared a woman who which were originally described as suspect a war news release with the photos said the woman stole the man's laptop that tax the test for the password police spokesperson said several hours later the woman is now suspected the case it was unclear how the mistakes with me that's the mistake i saw a picture of like that's crazy oh pumpkin spice air freshener prompt evacuation of maryland school very interesting pumpkin spice air freshener prompts evacuation of maryland school so unusual smell prompted an evacuation has his materials responded five people taken to the hospital complaining upset stomachs fire officials discovered that it it was a pumpkin spice air freshener i'm going to guess if it was not a good one all i saw something that was really funny what was it somebody said something there's like it added or summer fake ads already put out there and sent it to me was that it was flight pumpkin spice brake pads of something area who will if did you see brake pads pub kits five brake pads yes yeah yeah it's a pumpkin spice brake pads are in absolutely absolutely oh man did you see the controversy in the news it was last week but the asian nba plan that was accused of appropriating black culture to see that he remember what's his name uh lynn member there was lynn sanity not stuff the nba so he is jeremy linn i guess he does is hair and dreads and stuff and so a now retired nba player tweeted hey man early what he tweets who was this guy this was kenyon martin who played for the the.

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"maryland school" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"maryland school" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"He was he was on a panel and he was questioning oh gosh who was it was it colmey it could have been jess kelme vieira member he was he was kind of confused and he was all over the place and people ripped him in the media furby being incoherent and not being able to formulate a thought it media are ara most of the news media are a bunch a whole host of your get the media i mean it's just us and you know i end result of that yeah and we go cattle look he must be faunal party that he can keep a boat together well you know what look what happened i mean other aid that must have been why he was having some trouble i mean yup second guessing jada pinkett smith another person in the news today revealing she was a drug dealer when she was close to two pacts your core i'm surprised i didn't know she was friends with two pack the she was a interviewed yesterday about her relationship isn't there there's a lotta promotion for that is there a movie about to pack and big notorious whether to block louise out right now i think that came out a little while ago but then they both go to the maryland school for the arts they're both lived in baltimore city that may be think that they were probably friends there yeah right i saw a picture of them together yesterday back in the day when they were dating and i i was like wow to park out around i never knew jada pinkett dated him now here at eight am either she said pak and i relationship was about survival that's how it started i know that most people want to always connect it in this romantic thing says because they don't have the story ride our religious based on survival our health each other down and when you have somebody that has your back renew you're like you're nothing that's everything is a lotta components to our story that we've never shared sharing it for the first time i decided this piece was important to share because he gives more inside into who we were it was about survival for rush than it's always been about survival liu it's got a stiff isn't it.

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