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"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"Action committee save America has spent more than 40 million on legal expenses for Trump and his aides multiple on legal cases this year. It's still hot in Arizona, but CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson tells us. Thanks for watching. Thanks for watching. Agrees today. They have been above it every day since June 30th. And this may be the first day that they are without it. So is the heat gone? No, it's just on hiatus. We'll be back by the end of the week, unfortunately for Arizona and there's triple digit heat and humidity in Texas and on into the deep south. San Francisco investigating is the placing of a giant X sign on top of the downtown headquarters of Twitter. It's the new symbol rolled out by owner Elon Musk. The question for the city is about proper permits for some neighbors. It's a nuisance. We came home and tried to watch a movie and it was flashing so bright that even with the shades down, it was so distracting that we had to leave the room. The National Institutes of Health today launching a new series of studies to test possible treatments for long COVID. Millions have experienced those issues that can include brain fog, fatigue, and sleep problems. Wall Street right now the Dow is down 27 points, S &P down six. This is CBS News. Higher with minimal effort and max speed with Indeed. Their hiring solution platform helps you attract, interview, and hire candidates efficiently. Visit indeed .com slash credit. 103 on top final day of July. It's a Monday, the 31st 81 degrees now heading to the mid Good afternoon nice to have you along. I'm Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following this hour. internal An investigation has found that a former top advisor to DC Mayor Muriel Bowser
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"Mayor muriel Bowser has been invited to testify before the House oversight committee on Capitol Hill as the committee continues holding hearings on crime in the nation's capital. The invitation is set for May 16th, though Bowser says she is still deciding whether or not she's going to attend. D.C. council chairman Phil mendelson and council member Charles Allen, both appeared before the committee last week for a hearing on the city's crime and policing, Republicans on the committee have argued that crime has become a crisis and that the council is too soft on crime. Finland joined the NATO military alliance yesterday, dealing a major blow to Russian president Vladimir Putin with a historic realignment of Europe's security landscape triggered by Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. Not only does Finland provide an 800 mile border for NATO with Russia, it provides a nation with a long memory. The singer very reserved, but when you talk to them about the Russians, it looks like everybody's grandfather fought in the winter war, the war that Finland sought to keep its country independent. It fought off the Soviet. Daniel fried was the U.S. ambassador to Poland and is currently a wiser family distinguished fellow with the Atlantic council. They have no illusions about the Soviets, and they know that armies are needed to keep country safe. So they take this seriously. And he says not only do they have that long memory. He says they have a capable military that's ready. JJ green, WTO P news. Virginia governor Glenn youngkin, a potential 2024 presidential candidate, will travel to Asia this month for a 5 day tour that will include a stop in Taiwan. Youngkin is going to meet with the president of Taiwan, and he will also go to Japan and South Korea. The governor calls it a trade mission that will focus on economic development, opportunities. The most expensive state Supreme Court election in U.S. history is now over. Liberal Milwaukee circuit court judge Janet pro to say what says defeated conservative former justice Daniel Kelly pro to say what's his victory will give liberals control of the court for the first time in 15 years. The winner openly ran as pro choice, very critical of the state's pre Civil War ban on abortion. She also branded Kelly as a right-wing extremist on abortion and other issues. They've chosen to reject partisan extremism in this state. Bruce Mark is for CBS News, eagle river, Wisconsin
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"P news. It's 5 45, I'm Ann Kramer. I'm Hillary Howard, we're really glad you're with us. In Washington, politics is king. So when an email from mayor muriel Bowser's office buried the big news that are longtime chief of staff was resigning, D.C. politicos waited and wondered over the weekend why, John, they'll check you was out. And now we're learning he's facing allegations of sexual harassment and is being investigated. WTO's Meghan cloherty has been following. She joins us live, Megan, what do we know about these allegations? Well, we don't know a lot. We know they're serious, and they involve sexual contact and unwanted advances. And that's, of course, according to the attorney for the D.C. employee who filed a complaint against John Fauci, which she says was a sexual harassment. We don't know who the woman is or how or when they work together. And we might never know. That's because this is an internal investigation and given how sensitive the details could be and the woman's privacy concerns, the mayor says the findings of this investigation won't be made public, the attorney for the employee who filed the initial complaint says, quote, it's our understanding that this behavior is long-standing. So it would be interesting to see if she shares any more details. So for people that don't know, Megan, what role did he play in the Bowser administration? John Phil check you, he really was the man who wore many hats. He started in D.C. government back in the day with mayor Adrian Fenty, but he's been with mayor muriel Bowser in her right hand man really since 2014. And as far as the press is concerned, he was the gatekeeper. He always had the inside track on what was going on in multiple departments. In 2019, he was promoted to deputy mayor of planning an economic development, so he was at all the restaurant openings and working on contracts for the downtown bid and bringing grocery stores to food deserts in the city. Most recently, of course, working with the city's troubled housing department, and all of that, while he was still serving as the mayor's chief of staff. So he was really the guy behind the scenes, but for the Bowser administration, he was pretty high up there. So I have a question for you, Megan. With him gone, how does that potentially affect the mayor if he was the confidant the person she went to? That's the big question. And if she knew anything, I mean, she is a very big on promoting women in her administration. And we asked her today a member of the press asked her, does this bother? How do you feel about this? And she blazed right past the question, which to me, almost indicated that she has very strong feelings about it that she didn't want to share. That is WTO P is making cloherty. Thank you so much. I'm sure this will be updated all the time. Yes. Thank you. Thanks, Megan. It is 5 47. Now that the top stories were working at WTO P. Russia's president Putin welcomed Chinese leader Xi today for three days of meetings focused on Ukraine and countering western power. New this afternoon, guilty verdict and some acquittals handed out in the trial of 6 people associated with the far right group oath keepers. Keep it here for full details on these stories in the moments ahead. It's 5 48. Traffic and weather on the aids day, dill dine were playing your song. In D.C. on the southeast Southwest freeway traffic on three 95 and 6 95, eastbound remained slow, but the crash near south capital street is
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"About how they're handling it all. This area is teeming with potential espionage targets. So many people here who have been involved in government, there is a multitude of vectors by which one might target people and agencies here. David sunberg is a new assistant director in charge and he's got his work cut out for him. The Washington field office has a broad portfolio of responsibilities. Also on their plate counter terrorism, cybercrime, white collar crime, violent crime, even international crimes, all of it requiring partnerships. Law enforcement agencies will not be as successful as they could be without trust. Read more about it at WTO P dot com search national security. JJ green. News. Now to the top stories that we're working on this morning on WTO P nerve still high on Wall Street over the banking crisis. There is a smoldering fire that has not actually been put out yet. On Wall Street, all three major indexes ended Friday in the red. The big shake up without much explanation in the administration of D.C. mayor muriel Bowser, her chief of staff, is out. Keep it here for full details on these stories in the minutes ahead on WTO. It's now 5 48. Traffic and weather on the AT and Crawford and the WTO traffic center. Capitol beltway in Virginia once again back in decent working order all our cones are cleared on the Virginia side of the legion bridge as you make your way towards Tyson all I traveling is available in passable. That's where a tap is right now in Virginia, where it's unhappy is right now is gonna be three 95 northbound coming out of the Springfield interchange. Crash activity clogging the left side before edsel wrote it to single right landy get by and everyone is trying to do it all at once and rather impatiently to him watching folks in the camera chill, it's okay. We're all going to get there at the same time single file right past the crash northbound three 95 gently please. Southbound 95 as far as south as Fredericksburg we are good, but there is crash activity beyond about halfway between route one responsivity and thornburg, so between exits one 26 and one 18 about halfway between is where we had crash activity single right getting by. Back to Maryland, we still had the crash activity and now an investigation southbound BW Parkway after one 97 in a single ride to get by its jamming up fast as traffic volumes begin to build in earnest, you may want to think about using one 98 through Maryland city into downtown Laurel and then one 97 to ride around beneath the Parkway and then hook up with powder mill road. If you try to get back on at one from one 97 odd in southbound park where you're right into the mix with the crash investigation so you don't want to do that. 95 drama free between the beltways in the district, we're getting ready to throw the barricades up in earnest for The Rock and roll half marathon
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"Capital, for more than a year now, she ran D.C.'s 9-1-1 emergency dispatch center. Now in a suit against D.C. mayor muriel Bowser and the city itself, this former director claims she was fired for shining the light on life and death problems that were plaguing the department. The claims that Cleo sabido makes in her whistleblower suit filed earlier this month, paint a much darker picture of D.C.'s trouble emergency dispatch. As first reported by state 9-1-1, sabido claims include her documenting ten instances in one day when office of unified communications dispatchers sent responders to the wrong address. Allegations the office went out of its way to avoid complying with public information requests and that the city's 9-1-1 staff lacked adequate training. The suit says her former boss warns the beato to quote tread carefully and not pursue her concerns as it would upset they are Bowser, and quote, sabido also claims the city tried without grounds to deny her unemployment. D.C. mayor muriel Bowser. I believe the lawsuit is without merit. Meghan cloher a WTO news. Meantime, a heartbreaking 9-1-1 call from a murder victim. That's what jurors heard in the very first day locally of the fairfax county trial of one Veronica youngblood. She's charged now with shooting and killing her two daughters in their mcclain apartment back in 2018. Jurors here in circuit court heard the 9-1-1 call from Veronica youngblood's 15 year old daughter, crying in pain and struggling to breathe, Sharon Castro told the 9-1-1 dispatcher that her mother had shot her. As she cried for help, fairfax county call taker Jennifer hefflin reassured her that help was on the way. Jurors heard the sound of first responders breaking down the apartment door. She was taken to the hospital where she died. Young Bloods, lawyers say that she loved her daughters more than anything but an endured a life full of trauma and abuse. They asked the jury to find her not guilty by reason of insanity. In fairfax, Neil odd can sting double you TLP news. A doctor license to practice locally in D.C. and Virginia who pleaded guilty to illegally prescribing drugs is learning his faith this week, 39 year old doctor Robert Sal, has been sentenced to 15 months after he prescribed the medication that led to a man's apparent overdose. Thou did not have a doctor patient relationship with that man apparently, text messages to in court filings show that Sal actually prescribed narcotic pain medication to the man in exchange for money, authorities say he backdated medical records then to make it look like he was the man's actual doctor after learning of his death
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"In the nation's capital, for more than a year now, she ran D.C.'s 9-1-1 emergency dispatch center. Now in a suit against D.C. mayor muriel Bowser and the city itself, this former director claims she was fired for shining the light on life and death problems that were plaguing the department. The claims that Cleo sabido makes in her whistleblower suit filed earlier this month, paint a much darker picture of D.C.'s trouble emergency dispatch. As first reported by state 9-1-1, sabido claims include her documenting ten instances in one day when office of unified communications dispatchers sent responders to the wrong address. Allegations the office went out of its way to avoid complying with public information requests and that the city's 9-1-1 staff lacked adequate training. The suit says her former boss warns sabido to quote tread carefully and not pursue her concerns as it would upset they are Bowser, and quote, sabido also claims the city tried without grounds to deny her unemployment. D.C. mayor muriel Bowser. I believe the lawsuit is without merit. Meghan cloher. Anytime a heartbreaking 9-1-1 call from a murder victim. That's what jurors heard in the very first day locally of the fairfax county trial of one Veronica youngblood. She's charged now with shooting and killing her two daughters in their maclean department back in 2018. Jurors here in circuit court heard the 9-1-1 called from Veronica youngblood's 15 year old daughter, crying in pain and struggling to breathe, Sharon Castro told the 9-1-1 dispatcher that her mother had shot her. As she cried for help, fairfax county called taker Jennifer hefflin reassured her that help was on the way. Jurors heard the sound of first responders breaking down the apartment door. She was taken to the hospital where she died. Young Bloods, lawyers say that she loved her daughters more than anything but had endured a life full of trauma and abuse. They asked the jury to find her not guilty by reason of insanity. In fairfax, Neil odds. A doctor, licensed to practice locally in D.C. and Virginia who pleaded guilty to illegally prescribing drugs is learning his faith this week, 39 year old doctor Robert Sal, has been sentenced to 15 months after he prescribed the medication that led to a man's apparent overdose. Thou did not have a doctor patient relationship with that man apparently, text messages to in court filings show that Sal actually prescribed narcotic pain medication to the man in exchange for money, authorities say he backdated medical records then to make it look like he was the man's actual doctor after learning of his death
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"New criminal code, supporters of the measure argue that lighter penalties can not stand in a time of rising crime. Let's go to WTO peace Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Republicans like North Carolina senator Tom tillis are critical of the new criminal code, pointing out that penalties would be lighter for carjacking, even though it happens to people every day. The D.C. said council was blind to crime happening right in front of them right outside their front door. D.C. mayor muriel Bowser doesn't agree with some of the lighter penalties, but she also doesn't think Congress should be stepping in on a local issue. I am not happy that the Congress is intervening in our laws. The disapproval resolution is expected to get bipartisan support, including from Virginia democratic senators, Mark Warner, and Tim kaine. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO news. New tonight, the 6 year old boy who shot his first grade teacher at a school in Newport News Virginia will not be held criminally responsible. The city prosecutor tells NBC News that while he won't seek charges against the student, he hasn't decided whether any adults involved in the case will be charged. The gun that the boy brought to school belonged to his mother, the shooting on January 6th that richneck elementary school has led to a potential lawsuit expected to be filed on behalf of the teacher Abigail's Warner. It's also led to the school's superintendent and an assistant principal being kicked out, plus the installation of metal detectors. The Justice Department is out with a scathing report on police conduct in Louisville following the deadly shooting of Breonna Taylor back in 2020, attorney general Merrick Garland says the investigation found Louisville police have engaged in a pattern of violating constitutional rights and unlawfully discriminating against black people among other things. The report finds that LMPD uses excessive force, conducts searches based on invalid warrants, unlawfully executes warrants without knocking and announcing, unlawfully stops, searches, detains, and arrests, Taylor was shot and killed during a botched police rate of her apartment, the four current and former officers involved in that rate have been charged with federal civil rights at violations, and the Justice Department says it's going to review Memphis police department policies on use of force, deescalation policies, and its specialized units. The review was requested by the city's mayor and police chief following the deadly police involved beating of Tyree Nichols earlier this year. The DoJ is also conducting a civil rights investigation into Nichols's death. It's 6 34 leaders in Maryland have been irate since last fall when the feds announced a different selection process for the new FBI headquarters. Previously they said the government scoring system to find the right spot is biased toward Virginia. So is that still the case? Marilyn says it wins on all the merits, but emphasized cost and equity over everything else with senator Chris van hollen arguing if Springfield is chosen, it will cost over a $1 billion more to the federal taxpayer. We are talking about a legacy defining choice. Maryland governor westmore and prince George's county executive Angela also Brooks also repeatedly brought up equity concerns the president has promised to address in multiple executive orders. We just right now ask that it be enforced. For now, the scoring puts greater weight on proximity to Quantico than both cost and equity combined, but the governor says they were told GSA and the FBI would go back and be able to reevaluate everything at GSA headquarters and we as team Maryland planned to hold them to that. John dome in WTO P news. Virginia leaders are expected to make their final pitch to the GSA tomorrow morning. Also happening tomorrow, President Biden is expected to unveil his budget proposal in Philadelphia. The White House says the president will lay out a plan to strengthen entitlement programs and lower annual deficits by nearly $3 trillion over the next ten years. We see this as a value statement on what the president sees in the future of this country. Press secretary karine Jean Pierre says key to mister Biden's proposal is an increase in taxes on those making more than $400,000 a year. That is something that Americans believe in. House Republicans who have yet to formally offer their proposals are sure to balk at mister Biden's. Stephen portnoy, CBS News, Washington. And the president is expected to include a salary raise for federal employees in his budget plan, The Washington Post reports there's a proposed 5.2% pay raise for government workers. Now, if it's approved by Congress, it would be the largest pay increase since the 1980s, but it would still fall short of the 8.7% increase that federal employee unions have been pushing for. Coming up after traffic and weather in money news. A slowdown in people quitting, I'm Jeff claywell. And new discoveries are still being made in Virginia's historic Williamsburg. It's
The Strange Behavior of Biden in Connection With the DC Crime Bill
"Washington D.C. was pushing forward a revision of the old criminal code governing the District of Columbia. And because Democrats and left wing Democrats dominate Washington D.C. as they do so many other cities, this update of the criminal code was essentially weakening anti crime provisions in the code. And so for example, it reduced minimum, reduced the maximum sentences that were in the old code. It eliminated nearly all mandatory minimum sentences. Like if you do X, you must get at least 6 months. So you must get at least a year. Those were eliminated. And they expanded the rights of criminals. So what's new? This is really what the left does. This is what Democrats do. And it doesn't seem to matter to them that the crime rate in the city and the cities are high or are soaring. They're like, this is who we are. This is what we do. We are on the side of the criminals. We're going to make life easier for them. We're going to make the hardship less. And so the mayor, muriel Bowser, who was who basically goes, you guys are going too far. I'm going to veto this new criminal code. It turns out the left wing D.C. city council overrode her veto. So this was about to be the new code for Washington, D.C., but guess what? Washington, D.C., according to the law, is under Congress, is under the federal government. So even though the Democrats talk about home rule, the Washington D.C. needs to make its own decisions, govern itself, the simple truth of it is that Congress has every right to pass laws that can not only affect Washington, D.C., but can override decisions made by the city council. It turns out that there is a majority both in the House and the Senate to kill this D.C. criminal code update. In other words, to defeat it, but of course, normally, if Congress passes a law to defeat the D.C. criminal code, Biden could then veto that law. And if you vetoed that law, it would not pass because of course you need a super majority to override a presidential veto. But in a big surprise move, a Biden has said that he will sign the law.
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"Stephanie gains Bryant, thanks for being with us. It's looking likely the U.S. Senate will vote this coming week to block the districts new criminal penalties that were adopted by the D.C. council. And it was a mini bombshell around here when we learned President Biden would not be vetoing the measure. D.C. mayor muriel Bowser joined WTO Sean and Anne to discuss the ongoing situation with Congress. We never encourage congressional meddling in the affairs of the District of Columbia. And my concerns with the crime bill, part of it is a code rewrite and other parts of it deal with early release for everybody that have committed certain violent crimes. But the areas of concern that I've expressed to the council, I have also introduced to the council as an amendment. So our issues can be dealt with locally. What kind of impact do you think this could have on the district's bid for statehood down the road? If, in fact, this passes. Well, I think it has very little impact on our statehood discussion right now, let's face it. We have a Republican controlled House of Representatives who have not been supportive or signed on for our statehood resolutions that have passed the House twice in recent years. So I think our focus has to be on continuing to protect our limited home rule, which is already an indignity that we live with each and every day. We're 700,000 taxpaying people, but we don't have we do not have two senators to speak up for us. And our laws have to go through the Congress. So there's really only one solution to that in that statehood. And so until we get the political winds blowing in our direction again with having control of the House and the Senate with people who support democracy for the people of the District of Columbia, then we're going to keep the fight ongoing. D.C. mayor muriel Bowser
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"To land a new Washington commander stadium someday, The Washington Post reports that D.C. mayor muriel Bowser and the NFL's commissioner Roger Goodell had a conversation back in December about the RFK stadium site potentially becoming the commander's new home. Mayor Bowser joined us earlier here on WTO with Sean and Anne to talk more about her efforts to bring the team back to D.C. for their games. We continue to work with the Congress on the transfer of the land and that has been our posture for the last 8 years. We have over a hundred acres on the beautiful monumental axis and our nation's capital and right now we have a dilapidated stadium there. And we know we need to bring that property to life with housing, hotels, jobs, Parks and Recreation and sport. And we're going to keep working on that transfer with our federal partners. The NFL commissioner reportedly told the mayor that the league supports her efforts to obtain the RFK stadium site, Goodell also reportedly offered lobbying assistance from the league on Capitol Hill. The girl scouts introduced a new cookie this season. It turns out it was a hit. CNN reports the raspberry rally girl scout cookies sold out in just hours. People were so desperate to try and get their hands on the limited edition cookie that some of them were trying to find boxes on eBay. But the girl scouts have been pretty upset about the news they sell cookies to help members build business skills and raise money for the group. In an email obtained by CNN, the girl scouts say selling cookies on the resale market deprives troops of the proceeds that they use to fund critical programs throughout
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"Rockville 43 in Ashburn 43 as well in district heights. It is 5 40, money news at ten and 40 past the hour brought to you by Penn fed credit union. Great rates for everyone. Ford says it will resume manufacturing its electric F one 50 lightning pickup this month after stopping production because of a battery pack issue, a lightning caught fire in early February during a pre delivery quality check while the truck was charging. Ford said it worked with a battery supplier to figure out the issue, although it did not disclose the specific problem. How long have you lived in your current home, Jeff clay ball says we are staying put longer. Homeowner tenure, the length of time owners stay put, now averages 12.3 years, 15 years ago, average homeowner tenure was 6 and a half years. Aging in place accounts for some of the increase, homeowners 65 and older have owned their current home and average of 23 years. Lack of affordability and a shortage of homes for sale are also credited for rising homeowner tenure. It's 5 41. There could be a three way race to land a potential new Washington commander stadium between Maryland, Virginia, and D.C., The Washington Post reports NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told mayor muriel Bowser that the league supported her efforts to obtain the RFK stadium site from the federal government because he wanted D.C. to have a seat at the table in the commander's efforts to build a new stadium. Goodell also reportedly offered lobbying assistance from the league on Capitol Hill, an NFL spokesman says the league continues to work with the mayor's office and Congress and that it continues to be in contact with local officials in Maryland and Virginia as well. Getting a voucher to live in one of D.C.'s 8000 public housing apartments is tough. Ten years ago, the city's housing authority froze a lengthy wait list, but now the department has a plan to reopen applications. I've been on the wait list since the first week of January 2006. Ronald Smith is not alone, the 76 year old testified to the D.C. committee on housing about his troubles in finding a place to live. I reached out and done everything that I know how to do. Smith is one of 22,000 people who are on the wait list, Brenda Donald to overseas D.C.'s housing authority says it has to reach out to everyone on that list to see if they still need housing before it can change policy and open up the wait list, giving new applicants preference on the location. There are about 500 units that are ready for people to move in. Meghan clarity WTO P news. More student drivers are failing their driving tests in D.C. because they can't parallel park, John. With backup cameras and all, it's a lot easier. It is a lot easier than days you had to do without that. Now the D.C. department of motor vehicles put parallel parking back in its test in 2021 and NBC four is reporting that sent failure rates up 10%. The skill had been removed from the test in 2009. Those who do fail have 6 more chances to retake the test before they'll be forced to wait a year to try again. Still a hit here on WTO P a much anticipated movie hits the big screen this weekend, so is it worth a look? 5 43
Julie Kelly: Jan. 6 Hearing Was Nothing but Political Theater
"Julie I didn't see all of it last night I'm just going to be straight with you I saw some clips I did my homework on it this morning I was watching the hockey game the thing bombed in the ratings the numbers just came out America's largely moved on But Tom Massey and others have asked some pretty simple questions of people like Merrick Garland very simple questions like hey were there any federal assets or federal agents involved in this whole planning or operational thing You call the insurrection on January 6th Don't you find these strange they can never really answer that question They can And it's intentional and last night instead of showing clips of interviews with FBI director Christopher wray House speaker Nancy Pelosi who was responsible for security and the capital that day Instead of seeing all the records and documentations between Pelosi's office D.C. mayor muriel Bowser's office capitol police the FBI instead of seeing legitimate records and information and interviews with the key players that day we saw nothing but theater we saw capitol police officer once again giving this overdramatic account of what happened to her that they should she's been knocked downstairs absolutely not But even her testimony officer AdWords conveniently left off the name that we still can't get an answer for Dan and that's right apps She was right there when apps was there They added it out the footage of him She did not mention his name We still can't get an answer about that but more importantly who were the FBI undercover agents and informants that day why was the capital left intentionally unsecured Where are all the FBI records Where are those records Where's the surveillance video Where's the pipe bomber What Can you I
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
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Voting Rights and D.C. Statehood Lead 58th Anniversary of March on Washington
"Of the march on Washington. Voting rights activists from across the country gathering downtown to mark the occasion with another March and rally. This year's event is called the March on for Washington with the March in D. C aimed at raising support for a new federal voting rights law as well as D C. Statehood, But Piper D C. Statehood. It's certainly a fight for voting rights, and that's why this march is so vital. Jamal holds his elite organizer for 51 for 51, which advocates for D. C. Statehood were not just marching. All Washington were also march of poor Washington. The event begins at eight a.m. downtown. With a walk from McPherson Square to Black Lives Matter Plaza were March off around 9 45 10. O'clock will land at the National Mall. Speakers on the mall include Martin Luther King, the third D. C. Mayor, Muriel Bowser and a litany of Democratic lawmakers and others. John Doman w T.
Maryland, Virginia to Require Vaccines for State Employees
"Both Maryland and Virginia will require some state employees to be vaccinated against Covid 19. In Maryland. This will only apply to workers in several dozen shared housing facilities in Virginia. The order replies to all state employees. In both states, workers who refused to get vaccinated will have to submit to regular covid testing. Unvaccinated state employees in Maryland will also have to wear masks and Montgomery and Prince George's County's made their own decisions to reinstate indoor mask mandates this weekend in the district Mayor Muriel Bowser has not yet made a decision on mandating the vaccine for city government workers. Meantime, new
DC Police Identify 6-Year-Old Killed by Gun Violence
"Weather alert station through the evening New tonight. Police have now identified the six year old who was shot and killed last night in Southeast D. C. Her name was Nadia Courtney and she was to start first grade this fall. Five others were also shot but are expected to be OK. At a press conference, D c police chief Robert Conte and Mayor Muriel Bowser called for an end to gun violence. So I am asking That we all stand together and say no more. I am sick and tired of being sick and tired. Niall was killed. Somebody else could be killed tonight. Somebody else could be killed the next night because too many people are willing to use guns of reward of up to $60,000 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest. Keisha James. W. T O P. NEWS I'm Nick Pinelli. This latest case involving a six year old girl being killed follows a very disturbing trend in the area, marking the fourth child under eight years old to be shot over the past few months in D. C. Alone In May, a seven year old girl was shot and seriously injured while playing outside in Northeast a few weeks after that a five year old boy was left with serious injuries after he was shot outside his home near Logan Circle. Earlier this month. On the Fourth of July, There was another shooting involving a young child as a five year old boy, playing in his Columbia Heights
Biden to Meet With Local Leaders to Discuss Gun Violence
"Together with D C Mayor Muriel Bowser and other city leaders from around the country this afternoon they were talking about reducing Crime, also joining the group Attorney General America, Garland and New York's likely next mayor, Democrat Eric Adams, a former police officer during the White House meeting, the president said the ready availability of illegal guns remains an obvious problem. There's no one size fits all approach. We know there are some things that work. And the first of those who works is stemming the flow of firearms used to commit violent crimes. Shootings and killings are up all around the nation, with local leaders and police struggling to manage the violence. That's balloon during the coronavirus pandemic for more
What to Know About Updated Mask Guidance in DC Area
"D. C is making yet another change to its mask mandate for fully vaccinated people Mayor Muriel Bowser, reversing an indoor mass guidance she issued just last night. Earlier, Bowser stated that fully vaccinated people could shed their masks while walking through common areas of their apartments, condos or co ops fully vaccinated. People also allowed to enter businesses without masks all those of the portions of the Friday night order that were reversed this afternoon. Under today's order, fully vaccinated people can on Lee shed their masks indoors at small private gatherings. New guidance from the CDC says vaccinated people can safely remove their masks out. Doors unless they're at a crowded event. In a one on one interview, Dr Anthony Fauci broke down the announcement with W. T. O P s Meghan Cloherty. The risk of getting infected outdoors is very, very low, and I passed people being on the C and O canal or in my neighborhood, and you see them alone without anybody within 100 yards of them wearing a mask. It's a step in the right direction. But if I'm vaccinated, shouldn't I be able to do more than just the outside without a mask on? I think a lot of people are wondering when I'm going to be able to doom or inside, you know, it's really going to depend on two things. The level of virus dynamics in your community and the relative number of people that are vaccinated. See our whole interview with Dr Fauci on w t o p dot com and what he says about when you can lose the mascot
5 people shot, 2 dead after shooting in Southeast Washington DC quintuple shooting
"Shot to death. Three others wounded in an afternoon shooting in the Southeast D C neighborhood or gun violence is all too familiar. W T. O P is Dick Uliano has our story tonight? Acting D C police chief Robert Kat. He says a man and woman are dead. Two men and a woman suffered non life threatening injuries in the shooting of Congress and Savanna Street southeast on arrival to the scene. We located several victims. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the block has had high levels of gun violence. Unfortunately, I've been at this location before. Police are asking for the public's help in finding those responsible. Ward eight council member tray on, White says he's heartbroken. He personally knows most of the shooting victims. Hot is trouble. I just think we as a community have to do better. The Stars were self in
Bowser celebrates 16th Street bus lane project; kicks off paving season for Washington DC
"It's officially paving season in the nation's capital Between now and the fall, The DC Transportation Department will pave more than 85 miles of roadway. It will also repair alleys and sidewalks across all eight wards. Mayor Muriel Bowser kicked off the season with a news conference at the construction site of the 16th Street Northwest Bus Lane, the mayor says a dedicated bus lane On that street will be a game changer is going to make travel up and down the quarter faster and more efficient for everybody who uses it. That bustling will be opening by spring of next year. It's all the more reason this spring and then summer to stay close to W T O P for traffic and weather on the eight with all with all of these paving projects that you may need to
Washington, DC Mayor Bowser reflects on year of COVID-19 — and looks to the future
"Been a little more than a year now, since the first recorded cases of coronavirus in the area wt. Opie's Meghan Clarity speaks with DC's mayor, Muriel Bowser, about restrictions still in place as we continue our coverage of covert 19 1 year later, a year after covert hit the region, D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is doing what she calls him light lifting of restrictions. But when it comes to sports, one group is being treated differently. They are being singled out because we want to keep them safe. High school coaches and athletes have complained about adult rec leagues and Even the gnats playing while they cannot, But for now, teens are only allowed to practice and condition together because what we saw in the high school sports and the behavior in and around high school sports were dangerous for kids and families. The mayor believes that students support as a whole is stronger than before the pandemic. Having our whole system switched to a virtual environment for so many months, we've learned a lot about Learning and teaching and training and what families need. See my full interview with the mayor and get more detail on the restrictions in place that w t o p dot com
Washington DC Mayor Bowser reflects on year of COVID-19 — and looks to the future
"Would not have believed one year ago that a worldwide covert pandemic would provide the opportunity to rethink just how DC operates. But as part of our look back here, a double duty opiate the last year our own Meghan clarity reports this morning, the mayor is reflecting on regional partnerships and what New downtown experience might look like Mayor Muriel Bowser says she's proud of the district's response to the pandemic. But looking back that the region could have worked to present a united response. When it came to restrictions and mandates. It would have been my great hope that the counties that surrounds us would have been and more lockstep. Um, to be perfectly honest, because this virus doesn't know borders. While she says each leader did not react the same way to health data, the pandemic has forced the region to rethink how it comes back, How we use our streets, how we can support and repurpose vacant businesses how we can attract new industry. So all of these things Are different, but they present opportunities. Read more and see my interview with Mayor Bowser
Washington DC to launch COVID-19 vaccine preregistration website Wednesday
"Getting registered for a vaccine and D C will soon be easier for those eligible to get a shot. The city is rolling out its pre registration website and call center Wednesday that will replace the first come, first served appointment website that consistently crashed under a flood of demand. D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser says the system will prioritize vaccine appointment invitations based on need at this time. The order in which you register does not affect the Order in which you will be offered an invitation to insure equity. The non transferrable invitations will go to those 65 older those ages, 18 to 64 with qualifying conditions and eligible workers, all who will be prioritized by ZIP code. Meanwhile, Bowser asks residents not to flood the pre registration site to avoid a repeat of technical issues. Users had trying to claim a shot on the previous portal. This system is meant for you to have that frustration wants that week after week. Megan Cloherty w T o P
Washington, DC working through vaccine pre-registration issues
"Getting registered for a vaccine in the district will soon be easier for those eligible to get a shot. The city is rolling out its pre registration website and call center Wednesday that will replace the first come, first served appointment website that consistently crashed under a flood of demand. D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the system will prioritize vaccine appointment invitations based on need at this time. The order in which you register does not affect the order in which you will be Offered an invitation to insure equity. The non transferrable invitations will go to those 65 older those ages, 18 to 64 with qualifying conditions and eligible workers, all who will be prioritized by ZIP code. Meanwhile, Bowser asks residents not to flood the pre registration site to avoid a repeat of technical issues. Users had trying to claim a shot on the previous portal. This system is meant for you to have that frustration wants that week
Sister of D.C mayor dies of COVID-19 complications
"The Cove it 19 pandemic has hit home for D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and her family the mayor sharing that they lost her sister to complications from the coronavirus. Muriel Bowser says in a statement that she and her family are mourning the loss of her 64 year old sister Mercia. Quote. Mercia was loved immensely and will be missed greatly as she joins the Legion of Angels, who have gone home too soon due to the pandemic, thousands oldest sibling and on Lee, sister work to care for Children and seniors and those with behavioral disorders through Catholic charities and DC's office on Aging. Hauser. Thank the doctors and nurses at Washington Hospital Center who quote heroically treated her for covert 19 related pneumonia until her death.
Washington DC Mayor Bowser's sister dies from COVID-19
"Who has led the district through the pandemic is now sharing the news that she lost her sister today due to complications from covert 19. Story from W. T O peacemaking. Clark, Do you see Mayor Muriel Bowser's oldest sibling, and on Lee, Sister Mercia passed away from covert 19 related pneumonia? Ah, little more than a week before 65th birthday, The eldest Bowser daughter will be remembered for her service to Catholic charities and DC's office on Aging, where she quote worked tirelessly for Children, the elderly and those with behavioral disorders until her retirement and beyond. This, according to the mayor's personal statement, where she thanked the doctors and nurses at Washington Hospital Center who cared for Mercia until her death. Meghan
Washington, DC mayor sets ‘day of remembrance’ for lives lost to COVID-19
"News. There is another tragic milestone today and it's in the district. The city's covert death toll has now topped 1000. So Mayor Muriel Bowser has declared this a day of remembrance for the lives lost to covert 19. She's encouraging houses of worship in D. C. To honor the dead and 6 P.m. Mayor Bowser calls those lost beautiful souls who were grand parents, parents, siblings, cousins, neighbors, classmates, colleagues, friends and loved ones. This week, the mayor ordered flags to be lowered to half staff to mark the nation's death toll, which topped 500,000 in both Maryland and Virginia. Nearly 8000 people have died from
Washington DC mayor sets day of remembrance for lives lost to COVID-19
"After the nation marked a half million miles stone in the Coen Cove it D. C as we have reached the benchmark of its own three women ages 67 73 79 all lost their battles with the virus yesterday, bringing the city's total to 1001. It's prompted, Mayor Muriel Bowser proclaimed. Today is a day of remembrance. In a statement, she says today we pray for the lives lost and send our love. To every person and family impacted by this virus and commit ourselves to continuing to work together. City flags are flying at half staff in the mayor's encouraging houses of worship. Toe hold ceremonies at six tonight to honor the 1000 lives. Lost John
Washington DC Residents With Medical Conditions Can Get Covid-19 Vaccines Starting in March
"Vaccinations were expanded to include job specific residents like those who work in manufacturing. But on March 1st, many more will be able to get in line, according to Mayor Muriel Bowser, D C. Residents 16 to 64 with qualifying medical conditions when it comes to how they'll know who qualifies individuals will self a test when they register D c. Health director. Doctor look wandering, Nesbit says. They're using the System. She also says when it comes to the district's covert situation, the number of cases has been trending downward consistently. However, she's only being cautiously optimistic, given that we do not yet know what the impact of variants that have the potential to be more dominant in the U. S. Will be Shell Morello W. T. O P. News hopes were dashed today after regional leaders alarmed that the federal government will not grant a request
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the capital and other government sites will be secure. But it goes beyond that for local and federal law enforcement in the United States Army Quite frankly, also has a plan to have it if we have any attacks in our neighborhood. Mayor Bowser on NBC's meet the Press, said the threat of politically motivated violence means this security could last a while. We definitely don't want to see armed troops on our streets, but we do have to take a different posture. Some say. Not since after 9 11 has this level of security been seen in Washington, Fox is Colonel Scott. The president elect is expected to make an appeal for unity in his inaugural address. I think what you'll hear from President elect Biden on Wednesday will be a reflection of a lot of what you heard from him on the campaign trail, which is that He believes we can bring this country together. He believes that we have to bring this country together that ah unified America eyes the only way that we're gonna be able to tackle the massive crises that were grappling with incoming White House communications Director Kate Bedingfield on ABC s this week with George Stephanopoulos with coronavirus deaths in the U. S approaching 400,000. Biden vowing rapid steps to beat the pandemic. One of his goals administer 100 million doses of the vaccine in his 1st 100 days on the job ever. There was a clarion call for people to put aside. Vaccine hesitancy If we can get you know the overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated, we'd be in very good shape and could beat even the mute Dr Anthony Fauci on NBC's meet the Press, adding he thinks Biden's benchmark for 100 million doses is a doable thing. America is listening to Fox News Mrs. Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson. Here's what's trending on the high hard sports network presented by Universal Windows Direct divisional round of the NFL playoff set to continue its Baker Mayfield in the Cleveland Browns heading to Arrowhead Burn FC showdown against Patrick My Homes in the Super Bowl champ Kansas City Chiefs. And tonight, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will head to New Orleans. They'll take on Drew Brees and the Saints and some big 10 News. Ohio State Buckeyes senior running back Trace sermon has announced he's entering this year's NFL draft..
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser will be on 60 minutes tonight, waxing melancholy about what's been happening. It's a place in our our history that I'm sad that we've come to American troops should not have to be armed against their fellow Americans. But what we saw was an unprecedented attack on our democracy in the cradle of that democracy, just a small post that you might want to put on your steering wheel. Nearly all of the major bridges across the Potomac from Virginia into D. C will close next week for the inauguration. So little bit from early Tuesday about 6 A.m.. It'll start. Oh, and if you take the Metro, put this post it on your lunch pail. 13 metro stations will be closed up Tuesday morning at six o'clock. Amtrak is also curtailed quite a number of lines leading up to Inauguration day. Ah Virginia Guy was arrested in DC security checkpoint near the Capitol building. He had a big truck with lots of big bumper stickers about guns. So security snooped around and found a gun in 500 rounds of ammunition. The guy says he's a good guy. He works as a security guard, and he just forgot that he had a gun and 500 rounds of ammunition and the truck and he was actually just looking for directions. And then there's this. The 63 year old woman who was in another checkpoint, claiming she was a member of the Cabinet and that she worked in law enforcement smelling nonsense Security, told her to put the car in park. She tried to drive away. They chased her down, and now she's being evaluated at the hospital. Not because she got injured in the process. They just think she might be missing a button. W M E l News time is 304. I am Tom. Loony. And now let's check your w m e l traffic and weather together from the Hadeed carpet cleaning.
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on 600 WREC
"C A new normal for Capitol security. Police A. Brady Fox News Washington, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, alluding to that a security continues to ramp up for next week's inauguration, Bowser says it won't all just go away. After that. We all have to think about a new posture. We certainly have to think about a new posture in City. So while we're focused on January, the 20th were also focused on January, the 21st and every day there after in the nation's capital up to 25,000 National Guard troops are now authorized to help secure the inaugural events. The FBI continues to identify and arrest rioters who storms the Capitol building last week. Dozens have already been charged. Acting U. S Attorney Michael Sherwin says some of the suspects may be current or former law enforcement officials who were off duty at the time. We don't care. What your profession is who you are who you're affiliated with. If you were conducting or engaged in criminal activity, we will charge you and you will be arrested. Multiple agencies are investigating security failures. So are the inspectors general from Homeland Security, the Justice Department and the Pentagon. I'm told from Army officials is welcomes. They feel that once people understand their point of view and where they were positioned in what they were requested to do, they will understand why the National Guard was not there sooner. Thanks. Jennifer Griffin in D C, where the mayor had initially requested only about 300 National Guard troops for traffic duty as Congress met to certify the election results. President elect Joe Biden just offering more details about his plan to fight covert and speed up vaccinations, including new community vaccination centers, supported by FEMA and using the Defense production act to maximum supply, maximize supplies of the vaccine and related equipment. He just said again..
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Washington D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, alluding to that a security continues to ramp up for next week's inauguration, Bowser says it won't all just go away. After that. We all have to think about a new posture. We certainly have to think about a new posture in the city. So while we're focused on January, the 20th We're also focused on January, the 21st and every day there after in the nation's capital up to 25,000 National Guard troops are now authorized to help secure the inaugural events. The FBI continues to identify and arrest rioters who storms the Capitol building last week. Dozens have already been charged. Acting U. S. Attorney, Michael Sherwin says some of the suspects may be current or former law enforcement officials who were off duty at the time. We don't care what your profession is. Who you are, who you're affiliated with. If you were conducting or engaged in criminal activity, we will charge you and you will be arrested. Multiple agencies are investigating security failures. So are the inspectors general from Homeland Security, the Justice Department and the Pentagon. I'm told from Army officials is welcomes. They feel that once people understand their point of view and where they were positioned and what they were requested to do, they will understand why the National Guard was not there sooner. Thanks to Jennifer Griffin in D. C, where the main Had initially requested only about 300 National Guard troops for traffic duty as Congress met to certify the election results. President elect Joe Biden just offering more details about his plan to fight covert and speed up vaccinations, including new community vaccination centers, supported by FEMA and using the Defense production act to.
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"See, Mayor Muriel Bowser says. Starting now avoid the central business district that includes the inauguration perimeter. The White House, the Mall, the capital, Individuals entering the perimeter may be subject to screaming and asked to describe their essential business Airbnb. He's canceling and blocking reservations in the Metro area. It's not clear what will happen with hotels will have a lot of people in town just supporting the security apparatus. We're trying to understand and balance the need for housing Near Lord Unstained double you till P knows you off duty Police officers have been charged in federal court for their involvement with the U. S. Capitol riots. Jacob Cracker and Thomas Robertson were charged with knowingly entering a restricted building, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. The rocking out Virginia officers arrest Did this week. On Wednesday, Frackers Robertson were allegedly photographed in the Capitol building, making an obscene gesture in front of the John Starks statue on Facebook. Franker posted the comment that red L O L as him laugh out loud to anyone who's possibly concerned about the picture of me going around. Sorry, I hate freedom. Not like I did anything illegal. The Post has since been taken down. Turning the page this morning. A young girl in Montana wanted to send her get well wishes to a D C officer after seeing him injured during the attacks on the U. S Capitol last week, when her 10 year old daughter, Emma, saw television footage of a police officer being injured at the U. S. Capitol, Jonah Jablonski of Billings, Montana said she immediately reacted. She just kept asking, Why are they hurting him? He's not doing anything wrong. Emma said. She wanted to reach out to the officer and I want to know if he's okay. So John, I got to work and got in touch with D. C. Police so identified the officer as Daniel Hodges. She even got to talk to him on a zoom call that mean so happy Seeing him still revolves. W T O P NEWS wtlv news time now 106, turning the page, high covered rates, delaying in person learning and Montgomery County public schools until at least March 15th. While teachers and staff are not expecting vaccinations to begin until late January at the very early, Montgomery County School Superintendent Jack Smith says there's no benchmark for the number of teacher fax. The.