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"mid-march" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Learning now that the administration will extend requirements for travelers to wear masks on planes trains buses airports public areas through mid March Is Jen Psaki going too deep there Is that exactly what the administration and Democrats should do Well she did quite a pivot there you know yeah That was incredible Trump you know one minute and then saying it's this band of Republicans who want to upset the government and not vote for it But wants to tie them to Trump These are the guys of protecting him didn't tell you when they knew better Yeah And by the way I mean they want to be tied to Trump They actually are using her language in their reelection campaigns probably because they'll claim that this is exactly what they're fighting against is this notion that we have to all dig into a hole Look I mean Joe Biden's in a tough spot exactly because of why Jim Kessler was just talking about He wants to do the right thing He's actually trying to beat a global pandemic within the shores of the United States And he doesn't have a lot of cooperation He's still got a lot of people who seem to think that this is something that they have a choice And that they can get vaccinated or not And at the same time he's trying to resuscitate a economy and get people back to work who are nervous about this And so the fact that he's extending the mandate for masks on air travel and things like that totally practical makes complete sense encouraging people to get vaccines totally practical makes complete sense None of which are actually going to get in many popularity points At a time when he sees his public approval rating diving and people are upset with having to go through all this and rightly so Nobody likes a global pandemic Once it's over we'll be happier getting it over quicker because of these measures may be the best we can do But you shoot the messenger in the process Donald Trump did issue a statement by the way on this It's a very short one The story of me having COVID prior to or during the first debate is fake news In fact a test revealed I did not have COVID prior to the debate But that's not the point here Jim right The fact is he had whether it was false or not there was a positive result And before that negative one according to Mark Meadows who's not mentioned in this statement he went ahead to the debate anyway Well and how can you believe anything that Donald Trump says to be perfectly honest I mean if something is blue we'll say it's yellow This is a reminder look this is a bigger strategy on the part of Biden which is Rick is right He what about Trump's strategy though And I only have a minute here Jim but is this or are we writing off as Donald Trump writing off His former chief of staff because he's going to be talking to the January 6th commission Probably And he's going to be writing off everybody I mean as Steve Bannon the other loyalists in the Trump world how loyal.
"mid-march" Discussed on Between The Lines
"The quarantining of super spreaders as people who interact with far more people and must therefore applying outsize role in spreading the disease but in han sought if countries in march april. My last year did not go into lockdown. Wouldn't the cross spain a lot worse. Yes there's no question that. By mid march to take one example set being debated right now the uk had to do something pretty drastic to stop the spread. The counterfactual that the alternative strategy that would have been preferable would have been to act as the taiwanese and south koreans did early get testing up and running very rapidly and then use contact tracing trying to identify the infected and the potential super spreaders. So we blew all that in europe and we blew a latin in the americas by mid march. It clearly was too late to do that kind of thing. we did. A lot of sydney's stuff that probably really didn't make much of a positive difference and may have done on balanced harm for example. I think it was a major a state to have the schools closed as long as they have been in california. Basically an entire school year has been lost. Which has been extremely hard on poor kids who who don't necessarily have the space and the technology to study remotely. I saw all things considered i. We now better off at predicting the next disaster than we were. Say you know. We twenty twenty the key point about disasters. It's not predictable the disasters in history whether the man-made or natural if that distinctions even meaningful don't follow any kind of pattern allows you to predict them and that's a very very major problem for us as a species because we love to predict things in truth. You can't really see the next big earthquake in california coming and you can't really know how big the wildfire problem will be in australia. Knicks knicks time. That season comes. All you can do is be quick on the draw when a disaster begins. That's the most important takeaway from the book really. It's it's better to be broadly paranoid. That is to say be aware of all the different things that are out to get you from pandemics to wildfires earthquakes to hostile power and be ready to react quickly when you see the first signs of danger. Unfortunately we learning that lesson. I think we'll actually continue to repeat the mistake of meticulously preparing for the wrong crisis and and be caught out just as we were In early twenty twenty by this this new virus the thing about what happened was on paper. The united states in the united kingdom were the two best prepared countries for public health emergency in the world. That was the finding of twenty nine thousand nine survey that the economist intelligence unit published an truth that these these preparations existed on paper but would really worthless when the rubber hit the road. This is a point that dominic cummings has been making. He was a key advisor to boris johnson. Last year subsequently they fell out and cummings is critique of what happened last year in london to be is very persuasive that the bureaucracy had a plan but the plan was rubbish and they took far too long to realize that i mean the uk had essentially open borders for months. So the lesson is you'll bureaucracy will want a have a very detailed preparedness plan for whichever disaster they Focused on and whatever. The disaster is strikes next. I fully expect the same kind of pathologies to reveal themselves unless we radically rethink the way we do. Think about.
"mid-march" Discussed on The big d zone
"Then. Get the team in here. Well i think is kind of slowing down but then it stopped and then for like an hour to start up again. I was like okay. One side's is about be flooded. And i can't do nothing about it until maintenance. Wait two thou- today. Saturday for fat cat to be dry. So you mean to tell me the landlord humidity. I'm going to be paranoid everytime it rains really now renters insurance but i'm not sure about the flood insurance 'cause usually flooded short half usually a houses. Okay here not knowing about the flood. Sean i'm only malino about travel insurance but nonetheless i mean this dayglo me up. It will be up getting here's drip drip drip to take the trip different kind different kind of level. I mean come on. I mean the guy came and looked at the thing i told them. The last segment Earlier the guy gave the look the last thing i mean. He was really nice but he understanding. Because i i told them that i could be the practice because i have a craving trae the year already but he looked at the thing. I think the lows on the non life. I don't know i. I can't as dan i can't i can't explain it but then he was willing to come back. Five o'clock most daily fava cloth. Then i had to cancel vava crab because i put a new because it comes to rain again. Data data that e atta that Da yeah and for one hour and finally as the. After i listened to on night i listening to this cat all night all night. No not a chance. Okay i mean. I knew about the families having to the family across from me. That's i'm gonna tame problem comparable totally get that and they got a kid. I know because i was off on. He got a kid and they gotta go through this crap. And we've been dade amman tuna brain. This is now the third. This is getting chronic. This is getting chronic. So do i have to be paranoid. After every time that a frequent rain and wind up being flooded out in one side. i know l. to go. i got nowhere else to go nowhere. Okay i'm not rich on are wealthy okay. I mean this is ridiculous. I made some investment. But i know i'm not there yet on our out yet. I'm not there yet. I haven't even made my Yet insanity every it rains. I gotta deal with this crap. I mean i'm having a good year and it only mid-march mid-march the down the toilet already from january february and then now tomorrow's an end tebow dancing in. Oh wait to die that the problem on the rue the family right while i knew the family but a people right there Right across entertaining. If on their bed or the star that they they got a child for crying out loud. Got a child for crying out loud. I mean come on. What are we all pay rent. What are we paying the rent to. Twenty twenty and twenty twenty one is giving my lab knows. I'm to the point. The president that i didn't i mean i lost hope i i am trying to hold on and faith in jesus. That's the only thing that got right now. I am trying to hold onto david. do that. The only crap thing that i got right now because this this deepak to have been nothing but disappointment any of us to try to have some earns of normalcy. If you try to have sense of of trying to do something. Up scone and at and That thing hell hath no fury. Like a person scorn. Yes you'd say persons gorn because this is ridiculous. I mean what and as good thing. Stop the little right now. Because if i had to hear that thing for the rest of the night until maintenance yeah i'm gonna i'm gonna i'm gonna go crazy. I might wind up having to go to the hospital which i was trying to avoid that. I got thick thicken the first dan played absolutely unacceptable. Unacceptable absolutely unacceptable. It is now asking one eleven in the second palace. Well ashley went thirteen the second palace and started at eleven at night and then went on to now. Because i don't hear i don't hear anything. Yeah i don't hear anything. This is so mean. I mean this is so mean i just wanna be happy again. Please please. I just wanna be happy again. That too much to ask for it to be happy again fleas..
"mid-march" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In the middle of some nom nom news. And this next piece is exciting. This comes out of eater l A, which we love and written by a buddy of ours who comes on the show. We need to get him back on Farley. Elliot is the editor and a great writer as well. It's a really neat guy and love of food like we do. So he writes about and this was back on the 12th. He was looking Forward to some of the information that was coming out about essential workers within the food and agricultural industry. So restaurant employees could begin receiving doses around the same time. You know, Mondo, Amy and I start receiving, which is mid March. So we're looking at Um, that changing as well. What does that mean? Well, that means we can see more openings. That means that we might have indoor dining again. Um, sooner than later the these things could be very powerful and very helpful. Towards not only the economy, but let's face it, You know, emotional strength, you know, find finding ourselves again in the community and interacting There is an uptick there has been an uptick in crime. There has been a no uptick in, you know, mental issues and stress and anxiety and all these things. These pressures that we've been taking on through all of this that we need. We need to release We need to do it safely. But we need to release and I think this is good news. So Los Angeles County continues to do these mass vaccinations. You've heard of closures in certain areas. Of course, with the intense whether that we're having, uh throughout parts of the United States. There's also issues with getting meds from one place to the other.
"mid-march" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Because everything you said is rooted in the science but also in common sense. Um, Anyway, I probably want to know why Tucker. The reason you want to know why, around mid mid the late March, we were all given models saying you're not gonna have any hospital beds in five days. Every governor got those models. I question the assumptions under those models. I didn't think that they were valid and I said, I'm not going to conduct and construct our policy around that. But even if I was wrong, I would build more beds somewhere rather than throw these elderly people back into the fire of a nursing home where they could contaminate and in fact, a lot of other people. So it was just an important judgment that we're all called upon to make. And I think Florida did it right. And I think obviously other states took a different different tact. Yeah, well, the ones to survive. You're in Florida now, Governor. Great to see you. Thank you. Yeah, there it is. Did you hear that? Did you hear that? They and I believe him. 100% believe him because I remember in mid March, when we were hearing this. I remember Cuomo saying Where? My respirators. I'm not. I need the ship. I need the beds. Anything. They were all told that they were going to run out of hospital beds in a couple of weeks as this thing grew In this insane rate like they saw in northern Italy. The hospital all of it does stop the spread slow the spread 15 days to slow the spread. It was all rooted in the same targets. It seems quaint now because we don't even talk about anymore. But it was all shutting our economy. Shutting down our schools. Shutting everything down, was all about saving our hospital. Because our hospitals we're gonna be overrun. That was the number one danger. We don't hear about it anymore. And yet we're still shut down and you hear what this hands has said..
"mid-march" Discussed on KTOK
"Is of bucks lose to provide a full picture of the news of the day. Junkyard. It's fat Tuesday, normally the crescendo Mardi Gras in New Orleans with much leaner this year. New Orleans booze from Mardi Gras and people have been asked to forego large gatherings to keep covert cases from spiking is very small compared to ah largest sacrifice we may have to endure later. If we do not work together to get over this global pandemic, there've been no parades this year, with house floats popping up instead more than 3000 homes festooned with theme decorations from those small front porch kinds of big productions that spill into the yard. Tanya J. Powers Fox News, But Biden calling on Congress to pass what he calls common sense gun control measures, including mandatory background checks for buying guns. And bands on so called assault weapons and high capacity magazines, plus ending liability protection for gun manufacturers. With the impeachment trial over Congress returning its attention to a coronavirus stimulus plan, Michigan Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Dingell told Fox there is pressure to get this done facing a mid March deadline of enhanced unemployment benefits running out And people needing more help increasing the supply survive vaccine getting into arms to testing to having people not being thrown out of their homes. Kansas Republican Senator Roger Marshall expressed frustration, arguing impeachment was a huge waste of time. Noting there is much work to do. We should be getting on the air and online at Katie okay dot com used radio 1000 Katie. Okay,.
"mid-march" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"1045 and 6 80, ft Sports leader. It's all hugs and love after the game Saturday night. Four years. And the Brooklyn Nets. Where were we? They hug. You're not supposed to know. I know. Security. Take anybody to the ground. Everything everything they Adam Silver came out and said that it has been no change nothing one day like one day, there was like a change. One day I got here. There wasn't because I look nothing. Like what? You said that you're just gonna say it, not do anything? Yes, I guess. Yeah, like we could never happened. You know, gonna get you out of that They do wear masks on the sidelines. Well, there was, but it's nonsense Game. It's nonsense, right because these guys were tested every day. We'll get crude. Of course it is. I mean, they're planning us for 48 minutes and they can't say they can't give you dap him up at the end of the game. I mean, yeah. I mean, it was It was done that he said it That's kind of my point. But if you're going to say you might even want to give the pretense here following through or does come back and say, You know what? We won't let the masks that was a little much because these guys that we continue to say hi to each other and they plague Look, I played against the guy for 30 minutes on the court. Okay, go get my hug after the game. What the virus stops like when you're on the court plan, and after the game, the viruses against my turn Now my doctor called. It's the post. It's the post up. Attend them to the virus. If you're if you're posting up, it doesn't count. It was like you go overboard, right? And you go got that was stupid. And then they haven't taken it back yet. There has been no to my knowledge. Anyway, There has been no A recorded transmission of the virus between players in game, You know, just just did that happen, because, well, there's Larry mentioned they get tested every day. And unless you're Kevin Durant that one time a few days ago, Yeah, Assad, right, like in game, but it was, but it's It's once again. It's it's the MBA's kind of we're doing something about this theater. It's it's all optics really is all it is. But you know where mass inside line is, If you're not playing is is Really to me anyway, is as far as you need to go. But what do you know? I'm not Dr Fauci. Um, but I have to say, though, I do think there's one dumber thing the MBA has done and seems to be intent on doing And that still this all Star thing. That's significantly dumber than telling guys they can't hook and they haven't made any official announcements. But I haven't heard anything. I don't think any of us have heard anything that the league is. You know, rethinking their intelligent decision toe have an All Star game. They're gonna do it. So to me, that's double Then you can't It's scheduled for Is it mid March? 7? It is early March. March, March, Coming up? Yes. Wear something about it. I think it would be in March in Atlanta. Is that still the plan, right? I heard they were saying dunk contest at halftime of whatever game. They play. Yes, on Ben. I don't know what they would do with the shooting competition. But I like Tom's idea from last week, right where he was like, Let's use the all Stars because I think there's been a clamoring To see the all stars and we know that they would thrive. I don't know. I don't mean to shoot the shooters would thrive. The dunkers might not thrive there. Probably do you want us to play a half and then come out here and dunk at halftime? That's what they tell you. And you know what? They'd be right. But they wouldn't want to dunk those two days before because they just don't want to. They want to go get their party on for a couple days before the actual Actual game. I like it is done. We know whether doing it. Everyone knows why they're doing it. So I don't know what's gonna happen. I just saw another game back. Cancel tonight. Spurs and Pistons got canceled because the Spurs had somebody players, uh to play, so I don't I I wonder what they're gonna do it Those games like how they're gonna make him up. Try to make him up some of them between Like the All Star the second week of the All Star break or the not the second week. There's like, three days before and three days after they try to make some up during that period. Maybe extend that period out because they still haven't It's still don't have a second half of this could have they don't have that. That's right for the second half. Great. You don't even know when you're working. Nope. I don't have no idea. I have zero idea what I'm working then So is less game before the break is March 4th. That's Ah Thursday in Phoenix, the end of a three game. Road trip L. A Portland and then finished they'll start game by the way, is scheduled to be on the seven. That's the first Sunday And in March, But yeah, we have to get in the second half of the schedule, which Tommy? I think that sort of answers. The question of when that answers the question but gives us an idea of where you going to make these postponed games up. They're gonna try and shoehorn him in in the second half of the season if they're necessary, but With the Spurs being Among what? Two handfuls of teams that have a chance to go to the playoffs. Important, likely gonna have to play that song, right? Yeah, they're gonna have to figure that out at some point. I don't know why I don't like it. I don't know if they're gonna wait till they would. They would they allow gone just percentage and not, you know, like college you by? I was looking at the Joe in Artie's, You know, uh, His bracket thing for the tournament, you know, which comes out over a month ahead of time. Well, you know, the this weekend was when they did the sneak peek of attorney so I was just looking to do they had and sure enough, you know, they get teams like Michigan and several teams around the country that have barely played any, you know, anywhere close to the full boat of games. And yet there they still had them in the tournament. So you know does everybody have to play this? Ah, full slate to make, but I think it's like colors. Football, though, comes basketball, You know who the top teams are? You know who the 64 best teams in college basketball are. I don't think you need everybody's got to play the same or close to the same number of games. We don't Michigan is good, so they're gonna be Probably the number one seed. Yeah, especially if they actually have a big 10 tournament and when, then, definitely be a number One seed. So I just had with the MBA is different just because you know you're looking beings gonna have to do something because you could reschedule a second half of the season. You can extend the second half of the second so you can take those games You need to make up and the words they're lucky. They only have one. It's against Phoenix. And that was because Phoenix didn't have enough players. But you have to do winning percentage again. If games get canceled in the second half, then you have nowhere to move them. Then it's just those games Gotta go away. So whether you're in the playoffs or not, At some point, they gotta have a contingency plan. And I would imagine that is going to be Win percentage has gotta be. There's really no other way You could do it because they're not gonna have the time because once the playoffs get going those air already probably I would imagine either set in stone or close to it within a day or so when they want to start it. Maybe it's her. Maybe they already have that first date set in stone that that ain't moving. This isn't like this is kind of flexible what they do with these games, but that one So Yeah, and let's say you're missing four games. You can't make up four games between the end of the season and In the playoffs, maybe one. But if they do that, I gotta be brought up. Go ahead, right? Oh, I was just wondering. Here's the question. Do the playoff game is canceled? Do the players to get paid for that game. Well, that's a good girl. Probably well, Gabriel. I would imagine they will for this season. If they don't they'll be held a payoff because they don't want to play those games. Yeah, I would. I would think they'll get paid for this. Okay? Yeah, I would. I would think. Yes, I just saw this Tweet. I was watching the Virginia Florida State game and scheme of the night time. Everybody cares. Yeah, it's you wouldn't see basketball had a tweet, it said. Basically, we're open this week. If anybody wants to play contacted open gym Latest that we have our schedules open. Is anybody wanna game? Everybody want to run? That's North Carolina's like, Hey, you know when they were here, little pick up on Yeah..
"mid-march" Discussed on KCRW
"Corona virus variant, first identified in Britain and now spreading across the U. S. MPR's Selena Simmons Duffin is reports the data now suggest it's likely to be more deadly than the original. The variant known as B 117, has now spread to dozens of countries, including the U. S. A new analysis from a UK government advisory group Find said it is quote likely that the variant causes more hospitalizations and deaths than the original coronavirus. Our recent CDC analysis predicted that be 117 will become the predominant variant in the U. S. By March. President Biden is pushing Congress to quickly pass a nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Democrats are now hammering out the specifics. Democrats say they're hoping to have the next relief bill on President Biden's desk by mid March. Biden's proposal would include up to $1400 in additional direct payments and an extension of extra weekly unemployment benefits. The bill could also include a provision that would raise the nation's minimum wage to $15 per hour, a clause that's generated enormous pushback from congressional Republicans and some moderate Democrats, who argue the wage hike should not be included in the next bill. Senate Democrats are moving ahead with a budget process known as reconciliation, which would allow them to pass the biting legislation without the support of Republicans. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS.
"mid-march" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Am a veteran and you know these veterans, they actually raise your right hand on they served our country, so it's all turned to serve them as well. Now the veterans that got their shot had to already be in the V, a health care system to apply their scheduled to get their second dose. I'm here in mid March, and yesterday, Governor Baker said Massachusetts he's not seeing increased covert vaccine supplies from the federal government as anticipated, Baker says that is slowing the vaccination roll out here in the state. A new CDC road map should help get schools reopened. It is centered around a color coded system. Blue zones represent the lowest risk red. The highest rate of community transmissions and red zones. Hybrid or virtual learning is encouraged, while blue and yellow zones allow for full in person instruction mask and social distancing or urge for all zones. So is diagnostic testing. The CBC also says the teachers should be vaccinated as soon as possible, but it's not required to reopen schools. The CDC is also releasing this guy to help teachers modify the classroom. The 15 recommendations include spacing students at least 6 ft apart in the same direction, increasing ventilation and setting up hand sanitizing stations. And that's a BCS Alex for Shea Reporting is 5 20 Stick around. We're gonna head back to the roads and we're going to check your forecasters a lot going on this week. You wanna know Powder looking for traffic reports breaking news and weather is so easy. Just listen to be easy. You punch it up right there on your car radio switched to the AM band.
"mid-march" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"I'm Roger Mari. A strong earthquake hit off the coast of northeastern Japan just after 4 A.m., Hawaii time shaking Fukushima, Miyagi and other areas. Specific Tsunami warning center on Oahu said that there was no Pacific wide tsunami generated and no threat to Hawaii. Tokyo Electric power company said there were no irregularities at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, which experienced meltdowns following a massive 9.0 magnitude quake and tsunami 10 years ago. Honolulu will remain into two through mid March, unless the city's covert 19 numbers remain low. That's the word for Mayor Rick Blanche Artie, who reportedly opted to not relax despite Reduced covert 19 caseload for nearly two weeks and a positivity rate of just 1.5%. Should those benchmarks continue at or below their current levels? Bland, Georgie says a while who could shift a tear through your sometime before March? 15th. HPD has a suspect linked T O brazen robbery and an alum on a jewelry store on February 3rd, according to a department spokesperson, the as yet identified 40 year old male suspect. Also maybe length to a break in at Akala home in November. He remains in custody on charges of first degree robbery and second degree burglary. Bail is set at $300,000. Second suspect in the case remains at large. Honolulu police are warning residents and visitors about a recent rise in vehicle break ins. The warning comes amid an apparent increase in break ins linked to stolen keys, both from lock lock boxes and beachgoers who tried to hide keys in a bag or beach towels when they go into the water. HPD officials say thieves can exploit.
"mid-march" Discussed on WTOP
"Students in person classes twice a week by mid March. But the Fairfax Education Association said that timeline doesn't allow for staff who want to be vaccinated against Cove in 19 to get both shots first. Well, that didn't sit well with some parents, hard working parents and struggling Children, and you should all be ashamed. Teachers Union President Kimberly Adams thank all those in our community who have stood with the FDA and other parent and employee groups for the safest return to in person learning possible, according to F. C. P s 90% of staffers have requested or scheduled their first dose and school district is working to ensure that they get their second dose in the next few weeks. It's five all five. On the other news of the day. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has a plan to help students catch up. It is expected that he'll announce a plan today that would extend in school instruction into the summertime said that students could be ready for the fall. We'll get the specifics on that plan later today, and we'll bring it to you. Virginia Senate this week passed a bill that requires every local school division to make both virtual and in person learning available to students. That bill is headed to the House of delegates. Well. There are five public colleges in Virginia with ties to slavery. They were built and maintained by enslaved workers. And one state lawmaker has a bill that would order them to pay reparations bill that just passed in Virginia's House of delegates would force those schools to pay reparations by either creating a community based grant program or by offering scholarships to people who have slaves in their family history. Democratic delegate David Reed. The universities were successful in their foundational years. They're using a slave labor. The impact of schools would include the University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Military Institute to the College of William and Mary and Longwood University. They would not be allowed to pay for the reparations with state funds or tuition or fee increases. Nick I. Nelly w T o P News today marks the end of national school counseling week. And the work continues. For those who helped kids balance their academic and emotional lives. Do you find middle schoolers to be challenging? Bethlehem Baru, the resource counselor at Briggs, Cheney, Middle School and Silver Spring, adores thumb little school so much fun because they're putty Eighth grade, I would say is like one of my favorite times because it's like you literally see the light bulbs go off like you can see it. You know what I mean? When the kid is fine like I get what you're trying to tell me. Being out of school for a year has been especially challenging for 6/7 and eighth graders at a time when the Friendships are so critical. The Rue recommends cutting kids a little bit of slack but keeping expectations high. But I try to encourage kids to say like once you get through this because we will get through it like you're gonna be unstoppable. Kate Ryan. W T o p. News still to come here, Maryland opens a couple of big venues to host vaccinations. It's 507 getting.
"mid-march" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"5000 are staying until at least mid March, according to the National Guard, and maybe a nice day today, But it's going to get interesting. Tomorrow. This system is a messy one. Well, this is Storm Watch seven meteorologist Rachel Case. He knows all about this stuff. We can expect a little bit of everything across the D. M V, so it's kind of a wide span. What we're expecting is areas south of the district. Mostly rain. The district is right on the line, so there may be some periods where some ice sleet, even some what snowflakes mix in W M A L weather and traffic coming up in a minute and 30 seconds. A mother of a kindergartner and silver spring is suing the Montgomery County Police Department over how they treated her five year old son. Boy walked away from school One day when officers found him. The lawsuit claims they made the five year old boy fear who is going to go to jail and partially handcuffed him. Body Cam Video of the incident reportedly isn't a good look for the Montgomery County Police Department. Covered 19 pandemic has really done a number on businesses, and now they have to deal with scammers on top of it. The newest scams are coming to businesses via email, according to Loudon County Sheriff Mike Chapman. We recently had two cases where we have people that were contacted by SOC felt with their bosses by email. So in other words, let's legitimate. These contacts will come in. They appear legitimate. Chapman says The victims were asked to purchase gift cards, which they did emailed the number on those cars of the scammers and then lost their money. Chapman says his crucial to verify who was sending the email before you spend anything really fun. W m a L and W m a l dot com W E Mail News Time Is 404. I am Tom Loony. And now let's check w m e l traffic and weather together from the Hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center. In Alexandria, The capital, Beltway is still in terrible shape on the outer. Look where you find your ugly black dude, you're approaching telegraph Road..
"mid-march" Discussed on WTOP
"But also what happened at the school lawyers for the mom tell Beth has to be the allegations were all based off of body cam footage. Neither police nor the school system is commenting because of the ongoing litigation. John Doman W GOP news. Dozens of police officers and service members have come down with covert 19 after getting up close with rioters and each other at the U. S. Capitol. So far 30 U. S. Capitol police officers and 150, members of the National Guard have tested positive for covert 19 since responding to the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. The chairman of the union that represents Capitol police says cases have spiked since the attack. That's according to CBS News and out of the more than 25,000 National Guard troops that arrived in DC since then, many of them staying in close quarters inside the U. S. Capitol. More than half will be heading home in the coming days. So far, 120 suspects involved in the riot have been caught and are facing federal charges as the FBI continues their search. Melissa. How w. T open ease Some of the National Guard troops protecting D C will be here longer than expected, as the city remains on high alert for potential threats. NBC four reports. The guard plans to continue supporting federal law enforcement agencies with 7000 members, then draw down to 5000 troops through mid March about 25,000 troops were on hand for the inauguration. If you're eligible to get the covert 19 vaccine and hoping to get your first shot soon in Virginia Leaders there want you to know you may have to wait a while. Over the last two weeks, Virginia has only received about one third of the vaccine. It was hoping to get just over 100,000 doses per week. That is a very limited amount of vaccine each week, and the Commonwealth vaccine coordinator, Dr Danny Avila says. We're hearing from the federal government that this is likely what we can expect. For the next few weeks. At least, he says, Virginia is now using a population based distribution plan. So, for instance, Fairfax County with about 13% of Virginia's population will get about 13% of the available doses and so on. Michelle Bash w T O P News. While many people are eager to get their covert vaccinations, one Maryland lawmaker says he knows that others are still skeptical about the safety of the vaccines. So he tweeted about his experience. Friday morning, Maryland state delegate Jazz Louis got his covert 19 vaccination. He documented his experience on Twitter, noting that Some people have had reactions. So how'd it go for him? Nothing happened. But in case you do, you are typically have a reaction to vaccines. That's fine that they're on hand. Tonto, help you out. Lewis, who is African American knows that vaccine hesitancy is a real problem. I think the time right now. Everyone's talking about equity and the like. I think we can trust what Dr fell off ER, health officials are saying Lewis says getting vaccinated and keeping up with other safety protocols can help the economy. Get rolling and get kids back to school faster. And he says yes, he'll keep wearing his mask. I don't really think there's excuse not to Kate Brian W. T O P news still ahead a closer look at a flurry of executive orders by President Biden, including one's meant to get aid to those who need it. 10 07. I like event That's really firm. I need something a.
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"Back in mid March. 2 577,000 plus Ohioans recovering from the coronavirus. Also there were 7892 new cases reported yesterday. Traffic and weather together to start the new day. No major delays or accidents currently on Tri state freeways. However, if you do see an accident You know what to do. Give us a call. Help us out for 216397. Now the ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news Radio 700 w l geology. Mm hmm. Clearing for the morning. We have a morning lower 24 the rest of our Tuesday, then the sun's back my high of 42 at night mostly clear we're down to 29 looking ahead. We've got more sunshine and more mild temperatures in the mid forties from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning. Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar is quiet. A cloudy 24 degrees News, a service of progressive insurance a couple of first for Xavier University. Those new president's going to be the first lay person to ever leave the Jesuit institution and the schools. First female President Colleen Had it shall take over for Father, Michael Graham, July 1st. Dr. Harris comes to Xavier after serving six years as President LaSalle University in Philadelphia. She's a native of Canada who received her doctorate in philosophy of law in Toronto and it's called savior of school on the move says it's benefited from tremendous leadership and a highly engaged student body.
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"The White House has found a way to ruffle feathers in Beijing yesterday as Secretary of state Mike Pompeo announced that self imposed restrictions on the relationship between the U. S and Taiwan were being lifted. The secretary said the longstanding restrictions were designed to appease China's communist regime, which claims Taiwan as its own territory. Next week, the U. S ambassador to the United Nations will visit Taiwan. China is warning the U. S. Will pay a heavy price efforts to recall California's Democratic governor gather Newsome are picking up steam. This is the sixth time that voters have tried to recall Newsome, but it's the first time such an effort has coincided with a pandemic, which has critics up in arms over the governor's response. The L A Times reporting that within a month of Newsome going to that ill advised dinner at the French laundry, the recall effort collected More than 420,000 signatures. That's 380,000 more than what was collected in the five months. Prior. Fox is Christina Coleman, the group behind the recall needs to collect another 500,000 signatures by mid March. Newsome took office in January of 2019. The grand opening may not have been all that grand like it was in other states. But there's certainly a market in Maine for recreational marijuana. It hasn't been a huge rollout, but the state of Maine is seeing steady increases in sales since approving recreational marijuana. Back in 2016. It took four years for Maine lawmakers to put together a system for legal pot that finally went online this past October, with more than $1 million in sales, followed by 1.2 million in November, and nearly $2 million in December. By comparison, sales in Massachusetts have topped $1 billion since 2018. Maine is now home to 15 marijuana stores. Paul Stevens, Fox News and I'm Hand crews out Fox mayors. This'd news radio K l b. J and now to act you weather with your k O B. J radar Weather Watch overnight Tonight cloudy with a passing shower too late low of 36 for tomorrow breezy with periods of rain, mixing with snow high of 41 Tomorrow night a little snow and rain early in the evening low of 32 on Monday, Sonny with patchy clouds High 49 In the weather Center. I'm meteorologist Max Gorilla.
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"Still find a portion of hand. Place close between 46 Street vending road in southeast due to a down tree in the roadway Now from harassed, repaired at home. The Della via Mail Storm Watch seven forecasts. Today is gonna be an amazing day to get out quite comfortable for really January. Just have to get rid of this pond here this morning. Cool Start but warmer later in the mid fifties to around 60 degrees more like a day in early or mid March. Pretty nice evening, too. But rain is going to return to the area starting early. A chilly rain lasting until 6 p.m. tomorrow with a small pocket of early morning. Freezing rain well, northwest of D. C again on ABC seven meteorologist Monica Johnson in the storm with seven Weather center. I'm having heard it's on one of 5.9 FM Washington Small W M A L Now more legally speaking on 105.9 FM W N A L. A welcome back to legally speaking attorneys Mike and James Collins here taking your calls on a state planning and the state administration. The number is triple 86 30. W M A L That's 888. 6309625 talking about talking about disclaimers before the break, And one thing I forgot to mention is yet you could make a qualify Disclaimer within nine months. But you can also just, you know, make a non qualified disclaimer they're after is just that account is a gift on. So there are gift tax implications for your doing that. But if you've already inherited something,.
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"Some people in West Virginia who expected a covert 19 vaccine got something else. There's something else was a Regeneron anti body meant to treat infections. The West Virginia National Guard says it accidentally gave the injections to 42 people. Now they're trying to track everybody down, medical experts say. They don't believe the people injected with the wrong stuff are at risk of any harm. Regeneron is the stuff president, Trump said helped cure him when he was infected with covert 19 in November. Chris Little Ko Phi NEWS. The union representing L. A county prosecutors has filed a lawsuit against Diego George Gascogne over allegations gas cones policy to eliminate three strikes allegations and some sentencing enhancements is unlawful. The union is asking for a temporary restraining order and a judge will hear the case on February. 2nd Gascogne says There's no evidence that sentence enhancements or three strikes laws enhance the safety of a community people in California because soon start getting their expanded federal unemployment benefits. States on Employment Development Department, which is under new leadership is expediting the benefits. More than a million people collecting regular unemployment insurance could get that extra $300 a week starting Sunday, people getting pandemic related unemployment should check their online accounts. The benefits run through mid March and President Trump is extended pandemic related bands on green cards and some work faces through the end of March. He says the measures would protect American jobs in this cove in 19 economy. Joe Biden has promised to undo many of Trump's actions, but it's not clear how quickly or to what extent From your Southern California Toyota dealers Traffic.
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"Bloomberg market minute stocks slightly higher this morning even uncertainty about the us north korea summit is surfacing the international energy agency cut forecasts for global oil demand this year saying that the highest prices in three years will reduce consumption the agency said the recent jumping well prices will take its toll crude right now trading at seventy dollars a barrel facebook was most popular us stock among hedge funds during the first quarter according to preliminary data compiled by bloomberg it'd be investment firms by one point three seven billion dollars facebook during that period more than any other stock in midmarch shares of the social media giant sank on the cambridge analytic data scandal before recovering amazon dot com is giving its.
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"All right don't spoil it dealt spoil it i've i want to savour the maple all right it's time victor it's your your your moment to shine it's time for the news here's something that's not easily knocked off here's android new that's right there's only one android news you can knock this off even if you try and counterfeit our news is no possible way you try and churn news the snuck and work never going to because you just don't know what's going to coletta wear masks so speaking of matching our news the big news is here we are in march and our good friend of the show of leaks confirmed on twitter that we're going to see the android pi dan preview number one sometime around midmarch and he know what's around midmarch arch 14th you know what march 14th is modified dance high day by day and is the desert and pisa letter that is the version of android now who knows maybe we'll get an early name announcement on march 14th but we'll get to that in a moment but we have some more details about andrey pe as its emerging andrew pease going to restrict nonpublic ap eyes which is interesting on its and that means that unofficially supported ap eyes in the android sdk won't be available for developers using thirdparty apps it will begin to slowly edge out death access to those ap eyes to give devs time to migrate to officially be is it won't.