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02:56 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Quran Blake's grandfather, Sean long. This whole addictive mint is wrong. To get some justice. That's all we ask for, justice. He says if an arrest is made now. Nay, if he beat this justice system, okay. We can say nothing. We just gotta work with it. Long says his grandson is the second member of the family to be shot and killed. Quran's father was also killed in a shooting. Long during a community meeting did try to calm the crowd at times. His concern he says moving forward. I want to stop this before we get out of here. In northeast D.C., Mike Murillo WTO news. One week from today, Maryland will have a new governor, and after 8 years in office, outgoing governor Larry Hogan is saying farewell with a warning about the future. After 8 years in office, governor Hogan told marylanders together, we truly have changed Marilyn for the better. Beyond his administration's accomplishments and his farewell message, the governor said the nation is at a critical point. One in which the very fate of our democracy could be at stake. The two term Republican governor in the blue state of Maryland warned against bitter partisan politics. Toxic politics will not restore America. Only real leadership will do that. Governor elect Wes Moore will be sworn in next week, governor Hogan has not said whether a White House race is in his future. Meanwhile, lawmakers get back to work in Annapolis today. It's the start of the new 90 day General Assembly session with major issues to tackle lawmakers looking at legislation regulating the licensing and taxing of recreational marijuana before it becomes legal July 1st. Bill is also expected that it would let voters decide if the right to an abortion should be permanent in the state's constitution. And on the heels of those two big issues, lawmakers are also expected to consider adjusting Maryland's policy on concealed carry gun permits in light of a recent Supreme Court decision. Today also marks the beginning of Virginia's legislative session in Richmond, with Republicans controlling the House of delegates and Democrats controlling the Senate. There could be some political gridlock. The two parties do agree on some things, boosting teacher pay, invested in school based mental health programs, but there will be intense disagreement on other issues like abortion, gun control, and tax cuts. The tax issue will be one of the biggest standoffs. That's Alex keena, a political science professor at Virginia Commonwealth university. The Democrats who control the Senate aren't going to have a lot of appetite to do what the governor wants. And so that's going to be a big sticking point. And it's a fight that might drag out. Governor Glen youngkin is asking for a $1 billion in tax cuts, including a reduction in the corporate tax rate. Coming up after traffic and weather, you might be depressed when you find out how much time you waste in traffic. 6 O 7. University of Maryland global campus offers career relevant programs that work for your schedule and tuition that works for your budget. So, as you move into the new year, realize your next success with a degree or certificate from UMG C

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01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Is the second shooting death in the family. His son and the boy's father was also killed in a shooting. Long says when it comes to the person who shot and killed his grandson. I don't understand why y'all let that man still go free. He calls on the man to be arrested now, he says even after a delay if it happens now. Is terrible how everything went? Pass started, but least y'all hold them. At a community meeting on the shooting long tried to calm the crowd, but he's worried. It won't be at war. In northeast, Mike Murillo WTO news. 1206 and other news, this Wednesday morning for you here at WTO Locally, some middle schoolers and prince George's county have apparently been receiving ominous threats on social media now police are trying to figure out who's behind all this. Spokesperson for prince George's county police tells WTO P this morning that four students received messages on Instagram and TikTok just this week, telling them they would be harmed if they failed to pay a thousand bucks each. The students ignored the messages at first, but were later sent photos of their homes that the suspect took from Google Maps. After receiving those fellows, the students are said to have told the school and their parents who then notified police about the threats, police say the middle school students are from Spanish speaking families and were possibly targeted because of that fact, while the threats were made to students at only one school, police remind it could happen again in other parts of the area, asking parents, police are to keep a closer eye on their kids social media activity. At 1207, traffic and weather on the west. Message is for Karina. Our mom will finish her high school diploma at age 28. Hi mom, it's Emma and Nicholas. Congratulations on getting your diploma. You work so hard enough, taught us so much. We love you. When

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01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Honored and how humbled I am to be a part of something so great. Jones looks shocked as his name was called because the award was a secret and tell his name was red. Thank you. The award not only comes with national recognition, but also a $25,000 check. The school's principal lakeisha Lashley says she thinks Jones approach of making students co teachers sets him apart. So I think they feel like it's a family and it's a community and they have just as much command of the classroom as he does. Jones says one rule he lives by. I will never give up on the China. In Silver Spring, Mike Murillo WTO news. Some local schools are getting a security upgrade construction on the enhancements is set to start this summer for at least 22 fairfax county schools. They'll be getting an extra room built between entrances in the front office from that room. People will have to be buzzed in. The money for the upgrades is coming from a $24 million state construction grant. In the aftermath of last spring, shooting in uvalde, Texas, the fairfax county school system prioritized, making sure every school had this extra layer of protection. The 1956 Broadway musical my fair lady won 6 tonys. When it was made into a movie in 1964, it won 8 Oscars. Now my fair lady hits the hippodrome in Baltimore tonight through Sunday. Here's WTO P entertainment editor Jason Frederick. Is the classic Cinderella story of Eliza Doolittle. She is a London flower girl. I play Henry Higgins, a Professor of speech who agrees to teach her. Actor Jonathan gruner says the learner in love songbook is iconic, including on the street where you live. Everyone's experienced the excitement of fresh new love. Knowing I'm on the street where you live you'll also hear I've grown accustomed to her face. The whole show he said he doesn't want to be around women. And then suddenly he's had this great breakthrough

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02:58 min | Last month

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"Is facing three counts bayard one from the grand jury impaneled to investigate the school system's handling of a student, accused of two separate sexual assaults at two schools in 2021. Outside the courthouse, bayard told reporters it's unclear to him what actions of his brought the charge of felony perjury. I plan on cleaning, not guilty. And that's all I can say, ladies and gentlemen, thank you. Ziegler's facing three misdemeanors, false publication, prohibited conduct and penalizing an employee for court appearance. Ziegler has been fired, bayard is on leave without pay. Their next court appearances are in January and their free on personal recognizance. In Leesburg, particularly on WTO P news. We're now hearing reaction from the family of one of the sexual assault victims Melissa Howe has that part of the story. The parents of the victim who was sexually assaulted at stonebridge high school back in May of 2021 say they remain committed to not allowing the school district to, quote, sweep what happened to our daughter and another parent's daughter under the rug, as they repeatedly tried to do. They pointed out that the grand jury's conclusions demonstrated the school districts, quote, indifference and inexcusable negligence, calling the assaults predictable and preventable. In his first comment, former LCP a superintendent Scott ziegler said quote, I have many thoughts on the specific events surrounding this investigation. I look forward to a time when the truth is reported to the public. Melissa Howell WTO news. A woman was innocently sitting on a patio at a hotel in Maryland's capital when she was hit and killed by a stray bullet last July. Tonight a jury has found an Annapolis man guilty in that death. As WTO's Mike Murillo reports, the victim was the mother of a midshipman. I'm relieved. And arundel county states attorney Ann cottus on 31 year old Angelo harad being found guilty on all charges, including murder for the death of Michelle Cummings who was sitting at the patio of a hotel when Herod and another man began firing at an SUV with others inside nearby, Cummings was in town from Texas for her son's induction into the naval academy. Lightest says what helped the jury decide here. The fact that we got the sweatshirt that the shooter was wearing, I think it sort of the equivalent to getting the gun. Herod's attorney Howard cardin tells WTO P well disappointed by the outcome he's not surprised and that he says harad plans to file for a new trial, Mike Morello, WTO news. Somebody TOP at 5 O 6, a new metro station that people have been waiting on for a while is now about 5 months away from opening. Metro says tonight, the Potomac yard station should be up and running by May. That station is on the blue and yellow lines between Reagan national and Braddock road. Work to tie work to tie in the news station and new tracks to the rest of the system is down, now it's just a matter of finishing up the work on the station. If you're going with a natural tree this year, make sure you keep it hydrated. That's the message from fire scientists at the university of Maryland who are showing how fast a tree can go up in flames. Students and faculty here on campus both watered

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01:31 min | 2 months ago

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"John dome in WTO. He news. Travelers and people who live along the silver line are not the only ones celebrating the opening of the second phase. You can now get on a train and here. That's a big deal for the businesses around the 6 new metro stations that opened up with phase two of the silver line, among them the Hyatt regency dulles, which is steps away from the innovation center station. To see it grow open, it's super exciting. JJ Abu Hawaii director of sales and marketing at the hotel, she says not being a walkable location has cost them in the past. We've been selling this for our product for four years. The pushes have been kind of detrimental to our business. But with those delays behind them and the station finally opened, she says they're seeing business spike and they only expect that to continue as the area develops around the metro station. Mike Murillo WTO news an intersection in Alexandria that has long been a problem spot for drivers. Could be getting a safety makeover. City staff presented a redesigned plan last night for the intersection of duke street and west Taylor run Parkway. Residents at that public meeting raised concerns that an exit ramp was lip lane from duke street could be dangerous. They also asked the city to reopen the telegraph road ramp that commuter is used to use to get to the beltway. That excess ramp has been closed in September. Construction is expected to begin in 2025 or 2026. Still to come here on WTO, new gun restrictions may be coming to one county in this area. It's 8 O 7 Is at the core of every government mission. The government is at the core of the pega

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01:53 min | 3 months ago

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"Included some of the Thomas stone high school students on the bus. Investigators are still trying to figure out what led to both crashes, Mike Murillo, WTO news. There is a delay for when the proposed policies for transgender students in Virginia will go into effect. The changes were supposed to be effective today. Now the state says the effective date is delayed until at least November 26th. According to state policy, if a written public comment says a guidance document is contrary to state law or regulation, the effective data is delayed for an additional 30 days, a spokesman tells WTO the policies will not be final until a review is done and the state superintendent to proves a final version. The new guidelines would require parental sign off on the use of any name or pronoun other than what is in a student's official record. It looks like THC gummies are to blame for making 7 students sick today at a fairfax county middle school. It happened at liberty middle in Clifton. THC is the main psychoactive compound in marijuana. In a letter to parents, principal Adam Everett says the student's symptoms included vomiting, dizziness, and slurred speech, three students were taken to hospitals for treatment the rest treated at school or sent home. Police determined that no crime was committed, but the school may take disciplinary action, urbach says the incident will be used as a teachable moment to stress the importance of making good choices. A woman is dead after a shooting happened inside the car she was driving this afternoon near Dunbar high school in northwest. Sarah Jacobs says police are still piecing together what happened. It was just before 1230 when NPD got the call about the shooting at New Jersey avenue and end street northwest. Third district commander James boehler. We know that the vehicle was at this intersection. Gunfire erupted, the vehicle left the intersection and crashed into a pole, about a hundred feet down the road. Butler says a second car was struck by gunfire. We believe that that

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01:37 min | 4 months ago

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"Breaking news on WTO P. Several D.C. police officers have been taken off the streets after they are accused of failing to arrest people they found elite with illegal guns on them. Mike Murillo has the story. I'm disappointed. D.C. police chief Robert Conti says it was one complaint from a community member that started an internal investigation that found 7 officers over the past three months, confiscated illegal guns, but never arrested the person with them. He says it was discovered his body camera footage was compared to the reports the officers filed. The report that they wrote is not consistent with what we see in the video. The officers were members of the 7th district station in southeast and other members of the crime suppression team there have been temporarily reassigned as well. He says, even though all the guns in these cases are accounted for. We have a responsibility to community to make community safer and that includes taking bad guys to jail. Mike Murillo WTO news. New laws are kicking in tomorrow in D.C. and Maryland. Let's start out on the roadway. The move over law in Maryland is being upgraded. It says, of course, you must make a lane change or slow down when approaching a construction zone or workers on the roadside. There have been several deaths and injuries over the years, of course, and the new part is you also need to move over for any car on the roadside with its flashers on. So that's the move over law upgraded in Maryland. Also in Maryland, all children's car seats must be installed rear facing until the riders are at least two years old. And moms and dads who work in D.C. can get a month more paid parental leave starting tomorrow, D.C. employees who need to care for a family member or take medical leave will qualify for 6 more weeks of leave than what was previously

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01:32 min | 5 months ago

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"He was held on not those charges, but instead on a robbery case out of North Carolina, Mike Murillo WTO news Shifting gears turning to the world of science after traffic and weather and coming up. What makes a weddell seal moms such excellent divers, able to forge underwater for food. For as long as 20 minutes. And what sacrifice do what I'll seal moms make to prepare their offspring to do the same. Learn more on an accepts, the discovery files. It's August 18th considers the warning one 38 on WTO. Traffic and weather all the 8s and when it breaks, rich owners with this in the double TLP traffic signal. All right, traveling 95 south in Virginia works on remains as you approach and pass the extra for Quantico and continuing down toward montmartre one 46. Again, you get by the work zone there, single fonts left, but as of late, not much in a way of delay, so I don't think anyone's complaining about that, but just keep that in mind. 95 nor pound for now, nothing in your way, leaving Fredericksburg headed up toward the beltway in Springfield, the express signs already opened to northbound travelers. That way in Virginia on the inner loop the exits to go east and west on 66 exits 49 a and B are closed, you're diverted up to route 7 as a result, add a loop to the ball as you come south of the American legion bridge and continue toward Georgetown pike. Last check still getting by that work zone, single I should say two lanes to ride as of late also getting by that one without delay, rich hundred W two traffic. We have seen some great weather to start the work week and it looks like we're going to end the work week on equally nice note. However, it will be a little bit warmer. Going for high temperature of 86° on

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02:38 min | 9 months ago

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"WTO news Ten 23 This is WTO P news Across Northern Virginia county governments are looking at property tax rate reductions to help offset inflation But it's a double edged sword The Washington Post reports Arlington county and the city of Alexandria appear ready to freeze their residential property tax rates while fairfax and Prince William counties are looking to reduce their property tax rates There is concern the state the tax rate reductions will mean millions of dollars in lost tax revenues at a time when communities are still recovering financially from the pandemic and critics say despite the tax freezes or cuts people will still see their taxes go up because property assessments are rising It's great to be a seller but it's tough right now to be a buyer in this housing market and cut a cooling of home prices be coming to our area These are very strange times And CNBC real estate correspondent Diana oleck says even with rising mortgage rates I wouldn't say prices are going to come down I would say that the gains will shrink Meaning don't expect an over 10% jump in prices into next year something we saw comparing February's prices to last year One reason the prices are expected to remain she says is there's not enough homes out there for people to buy Problem is as a seller where do you go when you sell your home if the price for another home is just as high and the rental market is out of control as well Mike Murillo WTO P news It appears lots of Americans are tweaking their summer getaway plans and the reason is inflation About 6 in ten adults are planning to take summer vacations but 70% of those say they're making changes to their plans because of inflation I think gas prices are leading to a lot of people cutting back But the thing is that jet fuel prices are so high that this is really filtering through to airline costs as well Ted rossman a senior industry analyst at bankrate dot com says because of this 30% of people are planning a staycation We know the past couple of years a lot of people played into this trend And that was really COVID related this year it seems to be more cost related Valerie bonk WTO P news Contrary to what we've been told for years and influential group of doctors now saying baby aspirin a day may not be so helpful in fighting heart disease or cancer for people 60 and older CBS News medical contributor doctor David agus says the U.S. preventative services task force still recommends a regime for younger people especially with family histories of cancer or heart disease but there is a caveat People aged 40 to 59 in that group They're not necessarily recommending but they're suggesting an aspirin a day if you're willing to take it every day and you have no bleeding issues As with most recommendations a conversation with your physician is the ideal starting point It's.

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Your morning ride hopping the local stories we are looking at for you as we do right into this Tuesday together We begin with a student who was shot inside Magruder high school in Montgomery county last week this week he remains in critical condition we're told and we're learning more here at WT this morning about the shooting that left him badly hurt and where the classmate accused of shooting him got that gun Mike Murillo begins our team coverage this Tuesday morning There was an ongoing dispute between the victim and the shooter Montgomery county police chief Marcus Jones says it appears the 15 year old boy that was shot in the classmate accused of shooting him 17 year old Stephen alston junior planned to settle a dispute in the school bathroom He also says other students saw it happen tweeted about it but didn't call police or tell teachers There is a place for social media but then there's a time and a place for when we need to help our fellow man The wounded student was only found during a normal check of bathrooms in Jones says he wouldn't say who shot him the chief says alston dismantled the ghost gun he purchased online after the shooting and went into a classroom a classroom in which he was found with the inoperable gun almost two hours after the shooting Charges an adult was second degree attempted murder a judge ordered allston remained behind bars In Gaithersburg Mike Murillo double TOP news I'm Melissa Howell superintendent monifa mcknight says changes to security are necessary following the shooting at magruder high school It is not just a school problem but a community wide problem She says there will now be a community engagement officer at magruder They're now looking at the program as a whole and how to best meet the district's current needs including a.

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04:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Took me no less than 60 seconds to realize how they are just as responsible as Chauvin Derek Chauvin pleaded guilty in his federal case last month and was convicted of murdering Floyd in state court last year Jennifer Kuiper CBS News High school graduation rates are on the decline Correspondent Steve federman It's happening across the nation high school graduation rates dropped in at least 20 states last year primarily because of complications brought on by COVID-19 The decrease came even with some schools loosening standards to deal with the difficulties brought on by the pandemic three states saw drops of more than 2% Illinois Oregon and North Carolina On Wall Street after losing more than a thousand points at one point the Dow wound up gaining 99 The NASDAQ was up 86 This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from W TOP 24/7 360 five listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO p.m. 6 O three on Monday January 24th 2022 38 in the nation's capital down to the 20s to low 30s overnight Good afternoon I'm Brennan make that good evening I'm Brennan hazelton And I'm Sean Anderson top local story We are learning more about Friday's shooting at magruder high school in Montgomery county and some new details shed light on why it took police close to two hours to find the 17 year old they say pulled the trigger a 15 year old classmate was seriously wounded Mike Murillo joins us live with the latest Yes I'm a county police chief Marcus Jones just telling us that it was a hall monitor that found this student who had been shot in the bathroom at magruder high school on Friday but Jones says at first the wounded student the 15 year old wooden admit he was shot or even save shot him so that's what took some time for police to figure out who their suspect was Joan says they also learned that the accused shooter 17 year old Stephen Allen junior was not alone in the bathroom at the time of the shooting other students were in there when it happened and they tweeted about it but none of them told teachers or called 9-1-1 About two hours as you said after the shooting it was discovered that Austin the suspect was in a classroom with other students and a teacher so Jones says they made a plan before entering Without creating any panic without creating a moment We wanted to do this as safely as possible Allison was arrested with the ghost gun police say he used in the shooting that gun was dismantled when they found him The ghost gun also was purchased online by the student according to Jones Austin is being held without bond charged with attempted second degree murder The wounded student who allston and the student apparently had an ongoing dispute that student who was shot was shot in the pelvis and remained a critical condition Also knew this evening interim superintendent mcknight from Montgomery county public school says community engagement officers and other officers will be at all county high schools starting tomorrow when classes resume and a magruder high school will be a half day so students and staff can talk with counselors about what happened Reporting live at Montgomery county police headquarters Mike Murillo WTP news All right thank you Mike It is 6 O 5 7 school boards in Virginia have now filed a lawsuit Challenging the constitutionality of governor Glenn Jenkins executive order ending a statewide school mask mandate that order took effect today The lawsuit filed by fairfax Arlington and Prince William county as well as Alexandria and falls church and Richmond and Hampton cities is asking for an immediate injunction to bar enforcement of young's executive order It argues Virginia's constitution gives elected school boards the power to set policies that protect the health of students and staff and that Virginia law requires school boards to follow CDC health and safety requirements This is the second suit challenging the executive order Junkin has encouraged virginians to trust the legal process Neil law can stain WTP news At least 58 of Virginia's 130 school districts say they plan to keep requiring face coverings for students Loud and county is still mandating masks in schools despite the governor's order but today dozens of students walked into one high school without wearing them Stephanie.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Evening it's 6 35 He pleaded guilty to causing a crash during a drag race through northwest D.C. that killed an Arlington man Well now he's been sentenced to more than two and a half years in prison for his actions one early morning in July of 2015 An emotional Rashid Marie of D.C. told the family of Matthew Roth that he was sorry in which he could exchange his life for Ross Marie was drunk according to prosecutors when he raced former D.C. firefighter Ryan Thompson down 16th street in northwest before losing control of his car and hitting Roth's car In tears Ross mother Denise told the judge that Maria sentenced her family to a life of grief the pain she says compounded as she watches her son's friends get married and have family something he never got to do She called for ten years in prison for more though judge Milton Lee in the end giving him just over two and a half years for what he called a series of thoughtless and reckless decisions The former firefighter involved in the race has already been sent to two and a half years in prison Mike Murillo TOP news Now to the case of Gabby petito whose body was found in Wyoming after she went missing during a cross country trip with her boyfriend Today the FBI said that man Brian laundry confessed to potato's murder before his body was found in Florida The FBI office in Denver says a notebook found near the remains of Gabby batis boyfriend Brian laundry includes an admission by laundry that he was responsible for her death but Tito's body was found in September and Wyoming laundry became the immediate prime suspect his body was found in October authorities say he killed himself Steve federman CBS News After traffic and whether we will remember the life and career of meatloaf who's dead at the age of 74 will talk to a contributing editor at Rolling Stone magazine 6 37 At the cascade center for dental health we understand that some people are afraid of the dentist Fear of pain judgment or lectures often keeps people out of the Dennis chair We get it Whatever happened in the past that caused you fear will drift away so you can finally show the world your beautiful.

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03:44 min | 1 year ago

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"Heights now brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences decks and pavers go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today And it's 5 11 now will the push continues for a national museum of American Latinos on the national mall Since 2008 Danny Vargas has played an active role in getting Congress to make a Latino museum part of the Smithsonian institute collection of museums Telling the stories of the over 500 years worth of Latino contributions to the building the shaping they're defending of this country The green light came last year when the museum was approved in a COVID relief bill since then Vargas whose chairman emeritus of the friends of the American Latino museum says that Smithsonian is close to announcing the museum's first executive director and the group continues to push for a spot on the national mall near where many other museums live Really is being part of the telling of the American story The museum will cost $600 million half of that needs to come from fundraising Mike Murillo Our forecast is calling for cold temperatures and very high winds but spring will be here before you know it And if all goes well the cherry blossom festival will finally take place the spring there's a call going out now for volunteers There's a whole list of ways you can help this year You can be a balloon handler during the festival parade or be a kite watcher Make sure people are safely flying those kites during the blossom kite festival or you can help with behind the scenes logistics with setup and breakdown or engage with visitors at the information tent The festival runs from Sunday March 20th through April 17th in person events were canceled the last two years because of COVID Shayna dulan WTP news D.C. police have arrested 8 heavily armed men including four teenagers after watching some of them attempt to break into a parked car This happened on end street just off Connecticut avenue in northwest at 3 a.m. Saturday morning Police moved in to arrest the men but they jumped into another car and took off Police chased the car but it ended up crashing outside of the Australian embassy after hitting several parked cars Police recovered at least 8 guns from their vehicle and several rounds of ammunition and the investigation is ongoing It's 5 13 It's hard to think of a name that has not been hurled at the federal workforce in federal employees the widespread work at home phenomenon caused by the pandemic has added a new twist to the cunard that you're lazy or overindulged or that your denizens of a proverbial swamp But heck even the creature of the black lagoon was sympathetic until intruders started pestering him federal drive host Tom timon here the pandemic and the associated debates over vaccines mandates telework they've all given a fresh impetus to fed bashing One television host even coined a phrase the other night the swamp stays home Where is our federal workforce Asks the ribbon across the bottom A complete travesty she calls it embarrassing In a nation as polarized as the U.S. it's hard to change minds with facts to reason But as an actual federal employee who might be working from home there are quite a few things you can do to stay energized inspire the people around you virtually and even help foster a positive image of the federal workforce For what they are check out my column at federal news network dot com Hi it's Jonathan cotton with a good feed store and it's that time of year when we pause for a bit and reflect on our true blessings Do you know what I consider to be one of the greatest blessings as a business owner My employees and coworkers We have people from many different backgrounds and walks of life and they make my job incredibly rewarding I truly enjoy getting to know and work with each one of them Better yet our customers rave about their experiences with them If you want to meet some exceptional people to help you with your foot knee hip or back pain then visit us at the good feet store and see for yourself For over 25 years good feet art supports have been helping to improve.

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

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"State employees another band that teaching of critical race theory in schools Mike Murillo And Ellie has been traveling with the governor in the run up to his inauguration and report some of those actions are sure to be controversial He signed a series of executive orders among them one that removes the COVID vaccine mandate for state employees possibly even the more significant one will allow parents to decide whether or not their children wear a mask in school That's going to create all kinds of battles among local school districts so watch for that to happen in the coming days and weeks Also on Saturday when some Sears became the first black woman to be sworn in as Virginia's lieutenant governor she hailed governor Jenkins decision to end the state's mass mandates It's a move lieutenant governor to win some Sears calls a slippery slope allowing restaurants and other businesses to require proof of vaccination You also authorize them to prove that these people are who they say they are with a photo ID We're talking about restaurant workers knowing your medical status Sears says a vaccine mandate wouldn't be in line with the country's idea of freedom and liberty So what has caused us to rise to where we are in the world People run to America to be free Let's allow people to make that decision for themselves Sears says her top priorities also include plans to improve education and address high taxes Melissa Howell WTO's And Jason Meyer has became the first Latino attorney general of the Commonwealth I was raised in the household of someone that had such deep appreciation for the greatness of what this country is Republican Jason mirrors of Virginia Beach becomes the state's new attorney general And while love of country may have gotten him into electoral politics he says rising crime rates motivated him to run for this job As a former prosecutor it bothered me greatly that I thought victims were being ignored With murder rates going up he says crime policies need to change The proven track record the lowers gun violence is you go after those that are using guns in the commission of felony and you get them off our street John Doe and WTO P news It's four 34.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mike murillo" Discussed on WTOP

"Com Ten 22 a 9 year old boy is in the hospital in critical but stable condition after being hit by a car The boy whose parents wanted him dismissed early according to D.C. police was leaving his school on Wheeler road southeast when he was hit while crossing the road outside of a crosswalk I'm very concerned D.C. mayor muriel Bowser the boy was hit not far from where T young girls were struck by a car in October and it's close to the spot where speed cameras set to be installed in the coming days while no details have been released about what led to this crash the mayor says All of us especially drivers have to slow down We have to stop being distracted when we're driving but the phones down Police say the driver of the car that hit the boy remained on the scene Mike Murillo and other leaders are weighing in after the boy was struck selim adolfo and I advisory neighborhood commissioner in ward 8 says drivers tend to speed in the area where that happened because it's a long downhill strip Put out signs loan equilibrium cars and people to slow down and be aware that there are several schools in the area You know we just really just gotta push for people to slow down I think the government has done this due diligence at this part and the rest is on us After the latest crash mayor Bowser ordered city transportation officials to close a section of Wheeler road southeast while new traffic enforcement cameras are installed Traffic and road congestion this year on our area remain below 2019 levels before the start of the pandemic There are more people taking part in the daily commute this year than last year But a private transportation analytics company concludes that D.C. area traffic congestion is about 65% below what it was in 2019 The inrix company estimates D.C. area commuters losing 44 hours this year.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mike murillo" Discussed on WTOP

"Welcome in December 11th 2021 Cloudy chilly by daybreak low holding of the 40s we're at 48 in our nation's capital right now Have a good Saturday morning to you and be in line We do indeed thank you for taking us along for your weekend morning ride Now being the local stories we were looking at for you this hour we began with a 90 year old boy listed in stable condition in the hospital locally after he was apparently struck by a car while crossing a road near his D.C. school Friday and he is apparently not the first child to get hit in this area The boy was called home by his parents and while crossing Wheeler road in southeast he was struck by a car D.C. police say he was not in a crosswalk This young person and his entire family D.C. mayor muriel Bowser is unclear what led to the crash but the driver did stay on the scene just down the road in October 2 girls were struck by a car in this area Located near three elementary schools This is a focus area for MPD additional traffic enforcement Speed cameras expected to be set up in this area in the near future the mayor urging drivers to slow down and always pay attention around schools Mike Murillo and advisory neighborhood commissioner and ward 8 in D.C. says he's heard from community members who say speeding is a big problem in this area He further says more needs to be done he thanks to prevent these crashes We definitely got encouraged people to slow down And that's a decline that going down the hill So I think make sure that people should be more cautious and aware So maybe that is putting up some more signs that say hey children.

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Statues of Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson Removed in Charlottesville

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Statues of Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson Removed in Charlottesville

"Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson gone a third on its way taken down in Charlottesville, one member of the City Council, saying No, it's back to business of running the city. I'm just glad that we are finally able to implement the decision we made four years ago. Lloyd Snook is a Charlottesville City Council member who admits several years ago He wasn't for the removal of the Confederate statues. But he says two things became Clear. One was that the statues were a magnet for people. We did not want to attract to Charlottesville, the second that deadly unite the right rally in the death of two Virginia state troopers in a helicopter accident during the 2017 rally, he says, as the city moves forward when it comes to the statues, so we have not yet decided what's going to happen with the statues. So for now, they'll remain in storage. Mike Murillo, w

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Wind, rain and cold threaten Washington DC’s cherry blossoms

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00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Wind, rain and cold threaten Washington DC’s cherry blossoms

"Some good news to share. The wind gust did not cut short. The peak bloom show for the cherry blossoms along the mall. But now the concern shifts to whether in a few days, few petals here in there, they're off trees. But Mike letters to the National Park Service says the blooms fared very well and they're still healthy Flowers. Overall, they do weekend as the days go on, though, and starting Wednesday There could be more rain in the forecast and wind gusts on Thursday. High winds heavy rain, Anything that's like a shake them or jargon. Loot is a concern. Also not good If we get sub freezing temperatures that can kill the blossoms and Thursday night we're expecting a low around 30 degrees, though he says normally is 27 degrees or below in the flowers take the biggest hit. Mike Murillo. W T o P

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Cherry Blossom Trees in Washington DC Reach Peak Bloom Early Amid Warm Temps

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Cherry Blossom Trees in Washington DC Reach Peak Bloom Early Amid Warm Temps

"Has arrived for the cherry blossoms and because of the weather, it actually came early, and changes in the weather could also impact. How long the cherry blossom stick around. It certainly did rush through the last stage Mike Literacy with the National Park Service as that's due to the mild temperatures. We've had fact we did the last three stages in only six days, but any bad weather could be problem. Matic. We want to avoid high winds. We want to avoid heavy rains. We saw winded 2017 take out the flowers that year but literally says freezes that here also weaken them. That's not the case this time around those petals. Those blossoms are brand new. They're strong. Is there going to be and you know they may be able to withstand some wind or some rain, so hopefully there's more time for you to see them. Mike Murillo w T. O P News Police in

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Prince George’s County’s new police chief, from Dallas, talks building trust in communities

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Prince George’s County’s new police chief, from Dallas, talks building trust in communities

"County. County. He He says says the the county's county's police police department department can can make make a a difference difference all all around around the the country country of of national national crisis is Police community relations that we have stopped talking to each other and with each other, and now we're just talking at each other, Malik Aziz says addressing that is key to rebuilding trust in communities listening an important part of the solution. While the nation, he says, is in a reformation era, he believes changes at a local level could have a far reaching impact and can actually form a blueprint and a foundation. Positive policing with 19,000 police departments around this great nation as he's comes to the county from the Dallas Police Department and still must be confirmed by the county Council. Mike Murillo. W T. O P News. The plan for Flood prevention is

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Malik Aziz to be next police chief for Prince George?s County

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00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Malik Aziz to be next police chief for Prince George?s County

"After Prince George's counties. Previous police chief resigned last June amid claims of discrimination inside the department. A national search has been under way for a new top cop there, and today, the county executive announced her pick I have selected Deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of police. He's a 29 year veteran of the Dallas Police Force. Who county executive Angela also, Burke says, has an unblemished record. No monitor to receive that selection and stand before you one thing he plans to focus on. We often talk about community policing. In crime reduction and to me, they're one in the same they do not exist without the other Also is. The police department faces a lawsuit claiming unfair treatment for some minority officers without commenting on the case. He says he plans to hear from all his officers. Every officer will have equity in this system. Mike Murillo w T. O P. News. The County

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1-Year Old Found Safe After Being Kidnapped In Atlanta Car Theft

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00:42 sec | 2 years ago

1-Year Old Found Safe After Being Kidnapped In Atlanta Car Theft

"Was stolen with her sleeping child in it. After the mother left the child inside the car to step into a business, a man got in and drove off. Police say. He then picked up a woman at a bus stop and once realizing the child was inside, returned the car and ended up stealing another car out of the same parking lot. Montgomery County police chief Marcus Jones investigators a 20 year old Jordan, Douville and 30 Year old Christina car. Were later found and arrested, He says. It's important for you to not leave keys or persons in cars. Also be aware that criminals could be watching you whether they're at a bank A T M. Whether they are at a gas station. They're looking for that opportunity of potential victims. If you see anything suspicious, call police Mike Murillo. W T o P News

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Washington, DC area marks 1 year of coronavirus

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00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC area marks 1 year of coronavirus

"Law Today marks one year since the first cases of covert were reported in Virginia and DC, Maryland marked its one year anniversary. On Friday as we continue our coverage of covert 19 1. Year later, our Mike Murillo takes a look back with America's best known infectious disease expert who talks about what surprised him the most about the coronavirus. It's a very unusual virus, the likes of something Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says he's never seen before. Most puzzling was that despite the extraordinary destructive nature of this virus, a substantial proportion a third to maybe 40% of people Have no symptoms at all, he says. When people not outwardly sick or causing the spread, then makes it extremely difficult to do the kind of contact tracing that you traditionally do, he says. Before this, most respiratory illnesses were spread by people who were

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Pandemic fueled a spike in Washington DC consumer complaints in 2020

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00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Pandemic fueled a spike in Washington DC consumer complaints in 2020

"To a surge in consumer complaints here in D. C. Last year, more than 2200 complaints rolled into the consumer protection Division at D. C Attorney General Karl Racine's office. That's a big increase over 2019, according to a new report in 2020. Once a pandemic hit a surgeon complaints about problems with businesses overbilling refunds and cancelations came in from consumers, though those complaints did slow is a year went on. The city also investigated close to 200 price gouging complaints, mostly awards to foreign six and by the end of the year, the ages office says it helped consumers get back more than $400,000. Mike Murillo. W T o P News

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CDC finalizing guidance on what's safe for those who are vaccinated

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00:47 sec | 2 years ago

CDC finalizing guidance on what's safe for those who are vaccinated

"On what vaccinated people should do and not do now that they're protected from Cove it ahead of its release. Dr. Anthony Fauci of NIH says small gatherings should be okay when everybody's vaccinated if you have vaccinated people Either in the same family or good friends that you wanna get together with socially, then you can have that small gathering, says Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. But the big thing is that everyone in that small group is vaccinated. Also, these gatherings should beware where you're in the home you're not out in society with is 50 to 70,000 infections. You know all of you a vaccinated but remains unclear is a vaccinated people can catch and pass on the illness. But he says the overall risk to a vaccinated person is relatively low. Mike Murillo w T O

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South African strain found in Maryland, becoming third case in U.S.

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00:46 sec | 2 years ago

South African strain found in Maryland, becoming third case in U.S.

"Maryland has become the second state in the US to detect the case of the South African covert 19 strain. The state's first case was detected in an adult living facility in the Baltimore region. This most likely isn't an isolated case because in announcing in Maryland governor Larry Hogan says the person who has it didn't travel internationally, pointing to community transmission of the virus variant. Mutation, which is the dominant strain in South Africa right now has not been shown to cause more severe illness or increase the risk of death. But it is believed to be more transmissible than other strains. Contact tracing is underway so people possibly exposed to it can quarantine the governor says This is a reminder to keep up covert 19 prevention techniques. South Carolina was the first state to detect the variant. Mike Murillo. W T O P

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Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade

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00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade

"An organization in Arlington that helps families of troops who have died has taken part in the inaugural parade. This year is no exception. Although things will, of course be different. The tragedy assistance Program for survivors or taps will be a part of the virtual parade across American founder Bonnie Carroll says it's their chance to again celebrate American democracy. We welcome our new commander in chief. We stand with our military and we remember all those who have served and died for this flag take over this year's appearance will be in video form. It'll feature the family of Navy captain David Wilson, who died of a heart attack in 2014 to be part of the group. Great way really felt very honored about that. Wilson's widow, Sarah Wilson, their daughter, nine year old Kate on hearing the news is just really cool and exciting. The Wilson say that watch the parade while eating chocolates that say Biden and Harris Mike Murillo. W T O P News now also in the parade this

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Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade

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00:59 min | 2 years ago

Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade

"Biden inauguration committee says an organization based in Arlington that helps the grieving families of fallen service members will be in Inaugural parade. Bonnie Carroll is the president, founder of the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors or Taps, which has been selected to take part in the virtual parade across America. We're so proud to be included. Once again, The organization will have a video featured during it, and it will be the Wilson Family from D. C. Captain David Selkirk Wilson. He was in the U. S Navy, and he died about seven years ago due to a heart attack. 13 year old Katherine Wilson, her mom, Sarah says their honored to take part They say this election. Of taps to be represented shows their loss means something. Now they look forward to watching the parade but some chocolates and say Biden and Paris on those two chocolates Mike Murillo, w T. O P. News taps has been a part of every inaugural parade for the past 30 years. The Drumline at Howard University Vice President elect Kamila Harris is on the model will also be in this parade.

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Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade

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00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade

"The last 30 Years and Arlington organization that lends a helping hand to families of fallen service members around the nation has taken part in the inaugural parade. This time around is no exception. A tragedy assistance program for survivors or taps will be a part of the virtual parade across American founder Bonnie Carroll says it's their chance to again celebrate American democracy. Welcome our new commander in chief. We stand with our military and we remember all those who have served and died for this flag do take over this year's appearance will Be in video form. It'll feature the family of Navy captain David Wilson, who died of a heart attack in 2014 to be part of the inaugural parade way really felt very honored about that. Wilson's widow, Sarah Wilson, their daughter, nine year old Kate on hearing. The news is just really cool and exciting. The Wilson say that watch the parade while eating chocolates that say Biden and Harris Mike Murillo wt O Pini, also in the parade this year from the D C region. The drum line from Howard University, which is vice president elect Kamila Harris is alma mater.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mike murillo" Discussed on WTOP

"Of President Trump's supporters are expected to gather downtown tomorrow and Wednesday. Coming to protest the outcome of the election. While Congress counts the electoral college votes wt. Opie's Mike Murillo says city leaders have a message for demonstrators as well as people planning to counter protests. If you're not going to the protest, you're being urged in downtown D. C by mere Meriel Bowser to avoid confrontations with anybody who's looking for a fight. On the best way to do that is to avoid the area, Acting D C. Police chief Robert Conte says to anyone who thinks about bringing a gun far arms are not permitted. Parts of the downtown area will be closed to traffic on Tuesday and Wednesday, and after the vandalization of some black lives, matters signs during previous protests, police will be more visible around churches. Also, the closing down of areas like black lives matter. Plaza is an off the table. That is a consideration for us because it is a flash point for contentious Um, interactions between demonstrators. Mike Murillo, w T o p New and Ahead of the protest downtown or national security correspondent J. J. Green has been checking with local and federal law enforcement about how they're preparing will talk to JJ. And just a few. It's 4 37 enjoy. Thanks. He order breakfast at the McDonald's drive through, Tell yourself you'll wait to eat it at work. But it smells way too good. So you eat it right there in the McDonald's parking lot meal. There's a meal for every morning at McDonald's right now get any size iced coffee for 99..

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Washington, D.C.'s 2020 Year-in-Review

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00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, D.C.'s 2020 Year-in-Review

"In the D. M V this year and almost everywhere else it was the Corona virus crisis. But that's not the only big story we brought you wt. Opie's Mike Murillo looks back July 13th breaking news o w t o P. It is a day that Dan Snyder once said, would never happen. But it is here. The Washington pro football team is changing its name on September 10th Wtlv is Dave Tilden brought you dramatic pictures of flood waters, leaving cars underwater on Route 50 and Prince George's count. Feet of water, submerging the highway right here. The water's up over the guard rail in the summer. Please be over here to be holy See some protests over the death of George Floyd, some turning violent than in November After Joe Biden is projected winner of the presidential election, People have been streaming toward the area off the White House waving American flags, some wearing Biden Harris campaign gear see a full recap of the year's big local stories and w t o p dot com. Mike Murillo. W T. O P

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Zoo Lights Express, a bright spot amid pandemic in Washington, DC

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00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Zoo Lights Express, a bright spot amid pandemic in Washington, DC

"O peen is so much has changed this year due to covert 19, including the decision to not have an annual tradition take place at the National Zoo. But there is a small, bright spot on wheels, which will bring a bit of zoo lights to DC neighborhoods. It began tonight with Ward one. It goes again tomorrow night. Santa Claus Right down Santa Claus Lane instead of Santa Claus, though it will be panda claws coming down Connecticut Avenue another D. C. Rhodes as a 24 ft flatbed truck covered in zoo lights, displays comes to all of D C state wards. The truck will be visiting one ward her night. It's called the Zoo Lights Express pep going the National Zoo teaming up to do it. Since the pandemic leads you lights being canceled the zoo's Pamela Baker muscle, It just isn't possible to have people on site. So we had to bring a little twinkling joy to the neighborhoods. Truck will come through neighborhood between six and 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays Through December, the 19th surged to light to w t o p. Com to see the roots. Mike Murillo. W T. O P. News

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Kelly Loeffler quarantining after inconclusive COVID tests in Atlanta

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00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Kelly Loeffler quarantining after inconclusive COVID tests in Atlanta

"A consistent basis. Mike Murillo w T. O P. News Georgia Senator Kelly Lobsters quarantining after receiving mixed results from recent coronavirus tests. Spokesperson for the Georgia senator's campaign, says La Flor took to rapid covert tests on Friday morning and they both came back negative. The statement says she received another test Friday evening. Those results came back positive. La Flor then tested again Saturday morning, and the results were inconclusive. Her campaign says she doesn't have symptoms but is following CDC guidelines and informing those with whom she was in direct contact. La Flor appeared at a campaign event in Georgia with Vice

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Washington DC schools to open for CARE classes Wednesday

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00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC schools to open for CARE classes Wednesday

"Now in the district, where the spread of Corona viruses described his moderate D C. Public schools say they plan to bring kids back to class. On Wednesday, the students in 29 schools will learn virtually with a staff member there to help them in what are called cares Classrooms. Schools Chancellor Dr Lewis Fair be says it will help students who are having a hard time learning from home. We believe that we have done to due diligence with health and safety up to 600 students will be able to return on Wednesday. Teachers will not be The classroom. Meantime, D c Mayor Muriel Bowser says new cases of coronavirus air rising in younger age groups, especially those in their mid twenties to mid thirties. As for new restrictions, she says, none yet for D C. We see a number of rollbacks and jurisdictions that surround us, and we're happy to see that putting those places more in line, she says. With DC's restrictions. Mike Murillo w T O P.

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Washington DC's Howard University Rejoices as Alum Kamala Harris Becomes Vice President-Elect

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01:23 min | 2 years ago

Washington DC's Howard University Rejoices as Alum Kamala Harris Becomes Vice President-Elect

"Harris said to become the nation's next vice presidents. She'll be bringing a whole lot of first to the office. He's the first black woman first person of South Asian descent to become Vice President. XI is also The first one in just period and and her husband is is the the 1st 1st 2nd 2nd man. man. Eugene Eugene Scott, Scott, Washington Washington Post Post political political reporter reporter says says the the election election shows shows that that for for many many who who showed showed up up to to the the polls, polls, there there was was a a deep deep desire desire among among many many who who went went to to vote vote this election day to see their representation in Washington reflect the population. More generally, she's also the first to have attended and historically black University or college graduating from Howard in D. C in 1986. You will also be the first member of a black sorority Alfa Kappa Alfa to assume the job. Mike Murillo. W T. O P. News reaction to Harris's projected victory has been pouring in from Howard University, where Harris was a member of the Alfa Kappa Alphas sorority, her sorority sisters telling W. T o P that the moment is historic and inspiring, including Pamela Chu Harris, who actually watched Paris pledge this moment. To me is really hard to describe hard to put into words. But earlier today, I just tried to express through my tears that It was Joy relief Hope. And Just A chance for my Children. Tohave, you know, Ah, humane opportunity in life he

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