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

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00:45 sec | 6 months 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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"Vaccinated. Mike Murillo. W T. O P News after traffic and weather on this Mother's Day will talk with TV guides that rash about CBS saying goodbye to the TV show Mom. 11 07 for the ones who get going when the going gets tough on the ones who know we're tougher together for the pathfinders, breaking new ground. Ranger offer supplies and solutions. For every industry. A swell is fast access to experts and 24 7 customer support because we know you have people depending on you. So you can always depend on us call Click Ranger calm or just stop by Granger for the ones who get it done. If you're booking a fun summer in your own backyard book of free estimate, as sort of pro painters So, your home the gratitude it deserves with a fresh coat of paint or brain new color, Then show it off at the next barbecue painting inside or out. Our paint professionals take care of every detail. Start to finish with worry free service. You can count on its busy painting season, so go to start a pro calm that sorta with the sea and get on the schedule, then relax and enjoy the view. Each sort of pro painters. Businesses independently owned and operated. Celebrate Mother's Day with Meadows Farms get 10% off all of our great selections of flowering. Annual hanging baskets and 10% off all roses in bloom, including Knock out roses. Plus, we have a wide variety of annuals, perennials and hardy outdoor plants. And while you're here, don't forget your starter plants for this summer's vegetable garden Meadows Farms nurseries has been celebrating moms for over 60 years. Visit one of our 18 meadows Farms nurseries near you, or go to medicine farms dot com. Meadows Farms plant a little happiness. It's 11 away, Get a drain cleaning for only $99. Michael answer. Traffic and weather on the AIDS to rob Stone worth in the W T o p.

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

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00:42 sec | 10 months 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 | 10 months 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 | 10 months 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 | 10 months 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 | 10 months 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 | 11 months 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 | 11 months 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 | 11 months 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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Washington, D.C.'s 2020 Year-in-Review

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00:55 sec | 1 year 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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"Early September U. S route 50 went underwater in seconds that flooded w T o PS Dave Bill dying. There was some good news out of A year at the National Zoo, a new giant panda cub, Shall she G was born something like this is kind of a covert miracle. See A recap of all the years big local stories. A w T o p com Mike Murillo w T O P. NEWS an annual report that looks at deaths, arrests crashes and injuries tied a drunk or drug impaired driving is now out alcohol related crashes, injuries and drunk driving arrests. All decreased in the Metropolitan Washington area in 2019 arrests were down more than 2.5%. And that's according to the 28th annual. How safe are our Roads report prepared by the Metropolitan Washington, Counsel of governments for the Washington regional alcohol program, however alcohol and or drug impaired traffic fatalities increase during the same period. There were 90 alcohol and or drug impaired traffic fatalities recorded in 2019 compared to 85 fatalities in 2018. Nearly 6% increase in such deaths from the previous year. Sandy coz l w t o p new, according to renters, rights advocates. There were 115,000 lawsuits for failure to pay rents between July and November in Maryland alone as a Corona virus pandemic continues to batter the economy, including those earning the least. There's an effort to overhaul the eviction process, starting with court fees. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh says the state does not require advance notice of eviction. The first step is actually a lawsuit and conviction filing in court. It costs the landlord $15 to file one of these actions, Frost says. The low fees give landlords an incentive to file failure to pay lawsuits as a first step when renters fall behind brushes backing legend. Relation to boost that filing fee to $120 the national average. He contends that would encourage landlords to seek other solutions before resorting to eviction. Kate Ryan w T. O p knew that w T O P did reach out to the apartments and Office Building Association for comments. Money News is next. It's 7 24. The holidays and driving go hand in hand. Make sure your vehicle's battery is winter ready with free testing that advance auto parts. If your battery needs to be replaced, advance has diehard batteries that are reliable, durable and powerful enough to get you safely to your holiday destination..

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"Mike Murillo w T. O P New in law SWEETS. Another accessory dwelling units are generating controversy in a section of Montgomery County. Montgomery County passed the measure last You're making it easier for residents to add tiny homes in law, sweets and other accessory apartments to their properties, citing a need for more housing options in the county. Now, residents of Section three of the village of Chevy Chase wants some of those changes rolled back. New regulations would have builders at off street parking spaces built fencing along the back inside of their property and more. Section three. Village manager Andy Leon Harney says an independent unit makes sense if you want an elderly, parent or adult disabled child to live nearby, but not of the When it will just be converted to a rental property. Proposed changes are expected to be discussed at a January 13th meeting. Sandy Coz l w t o p New on Christmas morning. You loved it. At least you said you did, but now you're ready to return it and get something you really do love. Here are this year's return rules first know this. There's no law that says stores have to accept exchanges or give refunds unless the merchandise is defective or misrepresented, the better business bureau says. While most retailers do offer we Funds and exchanges policies very greatly. It says. Many stores have become more lenient and their return policies during the pandemic. But expect them to push you to accept the store credit or an exchange, not a refund. Check their return policies and make them stand by their rules. Christopher Cruz w T O p News We have money news coming up next we're approaching 9 24. Brighter.

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"Employees must work from home starting on Monday. Hogan has a theme for the holiday season should be you are safer at home for the holidays. Mike Murillo w. T. O P News Governor Hogan knows there is some pandemic fatigue. He sees it in the comments left on his Facebook page. Sometimes, he responds the other day, One of his followers responded to a post from the governor about another pending announcement with a comment, saying We're getting Hogan fatigue. Please make it stop. Well, the governor says it was him who wrote back, saying he was getting fatigued with that users quote, stupid comments. Hogan then told that person they get the heck off his page. At the news conference yesterday, Hogan called the response itself appropriate, but suggested the language could have been better. He admitted that what's been a long year of waking up at 3 A.m. to see angry, hateful things left him frustrated. Maryland might not get his many doses of fivers Corona virus vaccine, as initially expected, Marilyn among several seats, claiming they've been told by the federal government, the number of vaccines being shipped out next week will be far less than expected. States already started vaccinating people with the first batch of about 100 and 55,000 doses it received earlier this week. The governor says he expects to hear more about the situation later today, Fizer says, whatever the problem is, it's not because of any production issues on its end and says millions of doses are sitting in a warehouse right now without any shipment instructions from the federal government. Wednesday's winter weather is still affecting some school plans today, Prince William County public schools will start two hours later for virtual landing person classes. 12 month, employees reported Our late and inclement weather employees report on time. Spotsylvania County Public schools are closed today for students. All staff should report two hours late as safety permits. The remainder of the day will continue to be a teacher Workday.

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"County will pause. Indoor dining and stores will be limited to one customer for every 200 square feet. On Wednesday at 5 P.m.. Prince George's county stops indoor dining. It will limit capacity of most businesses to 25% and Arrundell does the same with capacity on that day, but won't allow dining out at all. Finally, gatherings and Frederick County will be limited to 15 people. Mike Murillo w T. O P News after telling high school athletes they would have to mask up during games and practices. The Virginia High School League is reversing course. The league now says the governor's order last week on expanded mask use does not apply to people who are ex Emphasizing the league tweets. We still strongly recommend the use of masked whenever possible. A lot of people are still working from home because of the pandemic. So how much has that had affected traffic and the number of crashes on our busiest highways? A new report is providing some answers. We drove a lot less, and so there were far fewer crashes on what are normally busy highways earlier this year. Report from the Seattle based Inrix says that easy region saw a 42% declining crashes between April and July, compared to the same period in 2019. Those were the months when most offices and businesses were shut down. At the same time, a highway speeds were up by around the same percentage between August and October. Speed slow down, and there was only a slight decrease in collisions compared to 2019, even though the number of miles driven was still down a lot. John Doman W T O P News Great ahead,.

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"Wow. It's 6 11 this morning and with the approval of a Corona virus vaccine getting closer, there's still a question that's emerging. Well, you need to get a new coronavirus shot every year. Wt. Opie's Mike Murillo sat down with Dr Anthony Fauci to get the answer. He doesn't expect to see the predictable change from season to season that we see with the flu. But Dr Anthony Fauci says it is too soon to tell. We just need to wait to see how things go. We are not even past. First year with this director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says with the covert 19 virus. This virus is an RNA virus, which means it would likely mutate. But it doesn't necessarily mean that the mutations they're gonna have any functional significance so far of the changes noted by experts that hasn't been Substantial functional changes. Mike Murillo w T. O P. News. You can see Mike's entire interview with Dr Fauci, including his recommendations. If you intend to dine out at w t o p dot com Search Fauci pandemic has produced high demand for hiking and biking trails on park land. Ah, largely unknown conservation area and the heart of the city is drawing high numbers of visitors this year. More than 100,000. People have explored Kingman and Heritage Islands on the Anacostia River near RFK Stadium and Benning Road. We have a lot of people that come into the out numbers just jumped dramatically. Antonio Allen is a ranger of Kingman Island, where the city partners with living classrooms to bring nature to the community. Among the islands. Visitors are Capitol Hill, Mom, Ellen Steve Better, and her kids ages four in six. Being able to get to nature easily has been a real lifesaver. During this virtual schooling, Wooden foot bridge carries you from the busy city onto the islands. This is like the only place That you could come and sit. Sit out here for our two and just think, Collect your thoughts in Northeast, particularly on O w t o p news. Giving out holiday tips is a tradition that may fall by the wayside. This year ago least people may be forced to be a little less generous holiday tipping is not an obligation. But if you are so inspired etiquette expert and author Sharon Sweitzer says, Be sure to budget first calculate how much you're willing and able to spend. As for choosing who to tip who helps you most frequently those of the people that go with the top and don't worry if your heart is willing, but bank account is less able Handwritten appreciation notes are always something that people really enjoy receiving Christi King w T o p News. Hey, Tonight is the night you couldn't watch the lighting of the National Christmas tree on the Ellipse. That ceremony was recorded Monday night. And because of the pandemic, there was no live audience. We have a link to watch it a w t o p dot com Search lighting That ceremony will be available on demand all month. Up ahead a blockbuster trade for the Wizards. We've got details up next 6 14..

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02:23 min | 1 year ago

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"I've been gearing up for months now, even during the pandemic to come up with deals so good that you can't resist popping them into your virtual card. But we wondered how good are those deals? Really? The truth is that special sale price might not be so special in the same types of offers throughout the year on their discounting offer price that they rarely if ever charge Kevin Brass blurs the executive editor of checkbook dot or gay Looks like it's a short time offer. Sometimes they are sometimes they aren't They're all designed just to get you to spend without thinking too much. If you see something nice and sparkly at what looks like a great discount, he says, Shop around a little bit more first, you need to make sure you're getting the best price that the discount being offered is really a discounted all because often they're not. It also really says, whether you want to buy the thing or not John Doman. W T o P. News Well, many Americans will likely heed warnings from health officials not to get together with extended family over the Christmas holiday, and that means we'll be mailing gifts more than ever before. Of course, we want them to arrive in time to be opened December 25th. So we have gathered up some of the postal system so the Postal Service is shipped by deadlines for you if you want to pay the least to send a package to another part of the U. S first class ground service. Gives you until the 15th If you wanted to arrive before Christmas Day, If you're willing to pay more priority Mail Express gives you until the 23rd for Alaska and Hawaii. The priority expressed deadline is the 21st. If you're sending internationally do so between the 7th and 17 for most destinations and gifts to be sent to military members overseas must be shipped between the ninth and the 18th for most places. Mike Murillo w T. O P. News Health officials fear another spike in Corona virus cases after the holiday weekend, experts say. Tracking data may fluctuate over the next week or so, because fewer people got tested during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend and testing sites were open for fewer hours. Cases have been steady in D C. Maryland and Virginia. Over the past seven days, Hospitalizations have gone up in Virginia and Maryland. Virginia had 43 new hospitalizations. Maryland had 15 yesterday. D C, however, saw a drop with 12. Fewer people hospitalized, DC, had two deaths. Yesterday. Maryland had 23 Virginia had four. Up ahead. How you can honor our fallen heroes. It's six or seven Movember. What an interesting way to look at men's health through the.

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

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00:56 sec | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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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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"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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"Travel as we get closer to the holidays in covert 19 cases continue to rise cross country through that, and she wants D C residents to stay at home this holiday season. But for those expecting guests, the restrictions could limit where they go in the city if you're planning on welcoming guests Holiday. DCs mayor says they've got to test negative for covert 19 1st. Her mayoral order that goes into effect on Monday requires testing of anyone visiting the district except from Virginia or Maryland to test before they come into test when they get here If they're going to be here, more than three days, while she admits no one will be stopping travelers on the road, Zahra train stations or airports to enforce the order. Private institutions, including hotels, universities and places of worship, can refuse entrance to someone without proof of a recent negative test. Especially right now, with inky increase cases of covert 19 around the country Travel should be restricted as much as possible. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News After allowing some in person instruction to resume in September. University of Maryland changing course. Now Maryland will return to all virtual learning after the Thanksgiving holiday. This comes after the school decided in September to bring back some in person undergraduate programs. In a letter to the school community University president Darryl Pines says an increase in coded 19 cases in Maryland and across the nation led to the decision. The school will allow students staying on campus to remain there for this semester. But those who go home for Thanksgiving or expected to stay at home, the Diversity says several school centers will also ramp down operations and before the holiday Campuswide Cove in 19 testing will be available. Mike Murillo w T. O p New Charles County Public schools says it's ready to bring kids back.

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"Tuesday morning. September 29th 2020 mostly cloudy, some spotty showers on and off till daybreak low of 60 by day breakers 73 in our nation's capital right now. Good morning to you being lain Topping the news is right into this Tuesday. Together we've been telling you about a big outage affecting hospitals run by United Health Services here a double d t. O p. It has doctors and nursing turning into a paper records that they have to look at right now because of the computer problems, the hospital chain says. That patient care has not been compromised. No causes cited as of yet, but people identifying themselves as employees on social media say the chains network was hit by Ransomware. Among the affected George Washington University Hospital in D. C. One patient says her surgery was delayed because of actually went into cardiac arrest two weeks ago in the airport, so I was rushed here to George Washington. But with the added Jamie tripling of DC tells w. T O P. She has had her bypass surgery delayed, she says. The whole situation is cut Everybody off course, she says. Since it happened, she's been keeping track of her own vitals to help out Since when doctors visit her doctors, look, um of the check. She says she's a bit anxious, but also reassured by how the staff is really pulling together and her doctors tell her if she needs a surgery sooner. It will happen. Mike Murillo w T. O P. New DC Mayor Muriel Bowser's education team about seeing some students are already back in class in select schools. She made the announcement before outlining plans on how the district schools will safely.

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"Marked trains and buses are closed, too. For a list of what's open and what is not. Head to w t o p dot com. Not a voting this November. We start in D. C, where the district is mailing every registered voter a ballot, of course, vote centers and early voting science will be open and there are now enough people to staff them. We're really feeling pretty good. Michael Bennett is chair of the D. C board of elections. We are currently at about 1400 persons already trained. Also, 3000 applications for poll workers are still being processed in those numbers don't include returning poll workers who don't need training. That's good news since the city needs just under 4000 poll workers this election, Bennett says he's noticed many younger people in their twenties and thirties, stepping up to help this as many older volunteers sit this election out due to the Corona virus. He still urges volunteers to submit applications since others can drop out last minute. We certainly found out when the pandemic hit full force in March, the city's mayor, also offering 2000 D C employees to help Mike Murillo w T. O P. News, Virginia is making some key moves ahead of the election to make voting. Easier amid the pandemic bill has been approved, calling for the state to pre pay postage for absentee ballots, and it sets aside $2 million for that purpose. Under the bill, the state must also provide drop boxes for absentee ballots. And the measure sets up a process for voters to correct paperwork issues on improperly submitted ballots. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam approved the bill on Friday he had urged lawmakers to move quickly to approve additional funding for absentee voting with the presidential election just two months away. John Aeryn. W T O P News an unfortunate scene is playing out in Annapolis has Capitalgazette workers clean out their newsroom and turn off the lights. The paper isn't shutting down, but it is going entirely virtual without a brick and mortar presence. After the door closes. The reporters planned ahead to city dock for a noon hour rally to save local news. Workers accused the owner of using the pandemic economy to justify removing their physical presence from the community. Two years ago, a gunman shot his way into the gazette and killed five workers. Sunday night crash on the Beltway killed one person sent another to the hospital happened around 11 last night, just past the Greenbelt Metro entrance knew this morning. A man is dead after a car accident in Stafford County, Virginia State Police say the vehicle was heading north on I 95 when it crashed just after midnight near the Quantico exit. Coming up on w t o P. Baltimore is the target of presidential tweets. It's 12 07. Hello. Hi. This is exterior medics confirming that will be at your home tomorrow morning to work on your sighting. While we're there. We'll stay outside and we'll be happy to communicate by phone or from a safe social distance. Whatever your preference is, that's great while you're here. Can you also look at our windows? Absolutely were experts on all aspects of your home? Six terrier 0% financing is now available.

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"9 21. The Charles County Sheriff's Office is two groups of people were fighting last night in the area of Dale Drive and Dove Tree Court in Indian Head. When officers arrived, they found an 18 year old man fatally wounded from gunfire. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Detective Jay Riffle 301609 65 01 tipsters wishing to remain anonymous may call intact Charles County crime solvers. 1866411 tips. Just a few weeks ago, Elections officials in D C were worried whether they'd have enough poll workers for the upcoming election. Whatmore residents are stepping up to help. It has been phenomenal. Over the last couple weeks. Michael Bennett is chair of the D. C board of elections, he says a city needs 4000 poll workers and so far they've trained 1400 new ones and have just over 3000 applications and people in a queue to be trained, he says. Those numbers don't include returning poll workers or the 2000 D. C. Government employees. Mayor Muriel Bowser has offered to provide the help. Visiting training's, He says he's noticed the demographic is in the twenties thirties. I mean dramatically younger than we've ever seen before, which is helpful because many older poll workers are high risk for the Corona virus and are not comfortable helping this election. Mike Murillo w T. O P News House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy is warning President Trump's criticism of mail in voting could hurt Republican candidates. Actually those reports, McCarthy says the party cannot afford Republicans sitting home afraid of getting Cove in 19. While Democrats flood the field with male and balance. McCarthy is especially concerned that the president's criticism could deter Republican senior citizens from voting. McCarthy says he spent hours telling President Trump That his preoccupation will hurt the president's own reelection as well as Republicans running for Congress. The is testing a new self service checkpoint. The goal is to reduce contact between people during the pandemic and also boost airport security. Passengers put their ideas.

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"Toyota Corolla is great because it's safe, comfortable. Reliable transportation. If a list of w t o p dot com SEARCH TEAM CARS Mike Murillo w T. O P News House in University has announced it's moving all classes to remote learning. First week of fall semester. Callison said today. The decision was made after a jump in positive Covad 19 results from a testing sample conducted this past week. A sample of 627 tests conducted on campus returned a total of 55 positive results today. Individuals with positive test results are being contacted by phone. Contact tracing is underway. None of the 55 individuals who tested positive is on campus. Kids tend to be getting more screen time than usual. Some were spending less time outdoors, not a good combination for the health of their eyes when Children's eyes still are developing well documented that lack of outdoor time after contributes to the onset of my opium with treehouse eyes and Tyson's Dr Kevin 10 also says screen time should be interrupted every 20 minutes. Signs eyes might be getting aggravated, include head tilting, watery eyes I wrapping, squinting avoidance up wanting to read. Chen also says the room where you're reading a book or screen should not have ambient light. That's too bright. You don't want shadows cast on your book or reflections from your Monitor. Christi King. W T o P News. What a difference A season. MAGS FOR Stephen Strasbourg.

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"In fact, shot in the nation's capital in less than 24 hour period. Pretty brazen DC Police chief Peter Newsom says it happened during a street robbery on Congress Street in South East. One of the robbers produced a handgun. And fired it multiple times by the gunfire was not the people being Robert instead of five year old boy who is nearby. A mother and a five year old son ought to be able to walk to the grocery store without They're having to take her her son to the hospital. The boy is in stable condition, Newsom says. They're looking for two or three young men involved in the robbery. The shooting comes after an eight year old girl was shot while walking by a playground in the Woodland Terrace area of Southeast on Thursday night. She is recovering. Police are looking for 3 to 4 adults in that case, Mike Murillo w T. O p new now to the arrest of a man who's been on the lam for more than two years. He is the final suspect in the DC shooting death of a 10 year old girl. Who was killed walking to an ice cream truck. Speaking exclusively to W T O P. D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom says Isaiah Murchison was tracked down by U. S marshals Thursday night in Fredericksburg, Virginia. We do believe that he waas involved with a crew down. Murchison was wanted for more than a year and has been indicted on 22 charges related to 10 year old Michiyo Wilson's killing in July. 2018. The girl was shot through her chest while walking from an ice cream truck in northeast Murchison was the last of 11 people, investigators say we're involved feels good, of course, to find the person that's ultimately responsible for that same token, you know, you always reflect back on the sadness of having to lose a 10 year old to gun violence in our city..

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"Of rain coming tomorrow. High threat for flash flooding Be ready for everything coming our way Tomorrow. I'm Storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for W T O P. Of course we will keep you posted on the very latest right now 77 in Manassas. We're up to 82 in college Park. 81 in northwest Washington mid to upper eighties for high Today it is 10 10. Now. Democrats and Republicans continue hashing out details of payouts to Americans who were struggling during the Corona virus pandemic. And as they do the economy and 30 million Americans, they're waiting for a lifeline. Joining us live now, CBS News Business analyst Dill Schlessinger Jill First of all, Let's sort of look at the foundation here. We had a very tough week last week with the GDP, the worst since 1947. Jobless claims rising again. We're in the third quarter. What does it look like? A cz? We move ahead. Well, I mean, there is a recovery that is going on. And the question is how quick of a recovery, I guess, because here's what we know. We know the economy shut down, lock down nationally for the months of saved. Let's call it March in April towards the end of May and into June, we saw re openings occur and people were spending money. We saw businesses, but more importantly, individuals really pick up their spending. Then, as the virus started to spread in the South and the West, now the Midwest. There is some indication that our progress is slowing down. When I had spoken to economists just a few weeks ago, they were expecting that after the terrible second quarter, we're going to see a big bounce in the third quarter. And that bounce was going to amount to. You know what's called anywhere between 13 to 20% on an annualized basis, a big jump up now they're starting to worry that they won't be quite as robust is that It will be an up right because more of the country is open, but it may have slowed down and frankly, I think we need to really remember what the chairman of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell warned. He said. Look how this virus spreads, the path of the virus will determine the trajectory of the economy. So Congress, as we know, is battling it out right now about how much assistance to provide two Americans who were struggling. What's the reality? When it comes to this $600 a week benefit and whether or not it's helpful to Americans and to the economy. I think it's it's absolutely imperative that we get help to the 30 million Americans who are on unemployment, and the $600 has been very, very important for the folks who have no way of working. You know, some of people are able to work from home. It's hard to remember sometimes that there's just ah, host of people who cannot get out there and do their jobs remotely. So for those people, it's really important so that they can keep feeding their families and paying their bills that they have this money coming in. The thing that I think is also kind of important is that it does help the economy that people who make less money and received this benefits spend these dollars in the economy. Some economists have told me that without the $600 a week benefit, we could have seen the economy contract at a 50% annualized pace. Forget about 33 which was bad enough. So we need to get the congressional money out the door as quickly as possible. The fighting about the amounts I think is, you know it's sort of a little bit of background noise. Some people are making Mohr than they were prior to the pandemic. But I guess the good news is they're spending that money in the economy, so it is actually helpful in the long run. All right, Jill. Good information will keep watch with you. Thank you so much. Take care. CBS business analyst Dill Schlessinger there 10 14. Now, Traffic experts are ready to hear what the public has to say about plans to widen I to 70 or the Beltway to include toll lanes due to covert 19 the state of Maryland and the Federal Highway Administration. We'll hear from you through several online hearings by going to w t o p dot com and searching toll lanes. You can see the details about the project and a recently completed environmental impact report that you're encouraged to weigh in on the controversial plan calls for a public private partnership to build and manage the additional lanes and several possible versions of the project are being considered. The meetings will be held in August, the 28th 20th 25th and on September 3rd. Mike Murillo w T. O p News want to let you know that voting is open. Now. In the W T O.

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"Covert 19 the state of Maryland and the Federal Highway Administration. We'll hear from you through several online hearings. I'm going to w t o p dot com and searching toll lanes. You can see the details about the project and a recently completed environmental impact report that you're encouraged to weigh in on the controversial plan calls for a public private partnership to build and manage the additional lanes and several possible versions of the project are being considered. The meetings will be held in August, the 28th 20th 25th and on September 3rd. Mike Murillo w T. O P. News Maryland is changing how much Corona virus testing it pays for that has the nursing home industry panicking. Until now, Maryland has covered the cost of mandatory weekly testing for nursing home employees. But that's due to change by August 15th nursing homes must submit Plan to coordinate their own ongoing weekly staff testing Alison Seb Eroski, president of leading a JJ, Maryland, which represents nonprofit nursing homes and other long term care facilities, she says a single test can cost $125. So in nursing home, with 300 employees testing them weekly could cost up to $150,000 every month. This really is putting a huge burden on providers that they're not set up to manage. Nikolai Nelly. W T O P. News in online survey in January and Again. This Joon Shik's DC area residents have been affected financially by the Corona virus pandemic into the Charles Schwab 2020 modern wealth survey of savings spending and investing. 57% of Americans say they are a close family member have been financially impacted by covert 19 that percentage of D C residents is 59%. Survey also found some silver linings when it comes to financial behaviors, 47% of area residents surveyed say they're more likely to be saving Maurin general compared to before the pandemic outbreak, 39% of DC area. Residents also report that their relationships drive their overall happiness more than twice as much as money. Sandy coz l w T O P News It's 207 And now the smartest person on earth Just got smarter. Thank you. Alexa. Open w t o p. Now listen t o p on Alexa..

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"An illegal traffic stop on Thursday in Loudon County. He's calling for answers and accountability from the sheriff's office involved. Don't use her on Thursday, 46 year old Arkin Smith says he was pulled over on Route seven by several Loudon County deputies for a broken tail light. This is a routine traffic stop. Why are you putting a canine around my car? And I said, Wow, you're stopping me with five units this as he was detained in handcuffs. After being told the dog got hit on the vehicle. No drugs were found. Smith, an accountant from Leesburg, recorded some of the interaction with the cell phone. He believes he was racially profiled, and he's found a complaint with the Loudon County Sheriff's office. I want to make sure this doesn't happen to any of a young black man, no Hispanic, any ethnic group Sheriff's office. Is. The stop was conducted as part of an ongoing investigation and that the complaint will be investigated to the fullest extent. Mike Murillo w T. O P News woman died Friday night after she was struck by a D C police car happened just after 9:30 p.m. along the 2800 block of Minnesota Avenue in Southeast Police say the squad car was responding to a call with lights and sirens activated when the woman was struck. The crash scene is just a few blocks north of a busy intersection with Pennsylvania Avenue. Police say the woman was not in the crosswalk. When she was hit. Coming up after traffic and weather will remember reaches Philbin with TV guides Matt Roush. It's 11 07 Golf is celebrating their 38th anniversary and wants to thank you for your loyalty with a 10% storewide rebate for all the members through July 26 not a G member. Sign up today and start saving experienced.

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"A broken tail light. This is a routine traffic stop. Why are you putting the canine around my car? And I said, Wow, you stop me with five units. This says he was detained in handcuffs. After being told the dog got hit on the vehicle. No drugs were found. Smith, an accountant from Leesburg, recorded some of the interaction with the cell phone. He believes he was racially profiled. He's filed a complaint with the Loudon County Sheriff's office. I want to make sure this doesn't happen to any of a young black man. All Hispanic. Any ethnic group Sheriff's Office says the stop was conducted as part of an ongoing investigation and that the complaint will be investigated to the fullest extent. Mike Murillo w T. O P News with all the discussion of systemic racism, and whether police reform is needed to make sure the criminal justice system is fair for all W th these Neal Augenstein has been looking at the role of prosecutors, especially in Northern Virginia, where they're promising reform. Amy Ashworth is in her first term is prosecutor for Prince William County, Manassas. Gasses Park. The Democrats succeeds Paul Ebert, who sent more killers to death row than any prosecutor in Virginia history. You know, when you have an office that doesn't have a change in leadership in 52 years, there's a lot of stale and hold practices that need to be changed. One of the first thing she did was change the hiring process to try to have a more diverse prosecutor base. He says. Diversity can improve charging decisions. You can walk down the hall and step in your car. Colleague's office and say, What do you think about that? And if all of your colleagues have the same experiences you and look like you, you're not getting a broad approach. The better that criminal justice system is the more faith. People have that when a crime is committed against them, they don't have to go out and fix the wrong themselves. They can rely on the criminal justice system to right the wrong the log unstained.

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