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Some call NYC subway choking criminal, others hold judgment
"Protesters in New York are calling for an arrest in the death of Jordan Neely, who died after being put in a chokehold by a fellow subway passenger. A New York medical examiner's office ruled that Jordan Neely's death was a homicide from compression of the neck, groups of protesters in New York are demanding charges, witnesses say nearly was acting erratically on an up train in the New York subway Monday afternoon, threatening passengers and throwing garbage and his jacket when he was tackled by bystanders, police questioned and then released a 24 year old white marine showed on video holding nearly in a headlock for at least three minutes, prosecutors promised a rigorous investigation and police are seeking additional witnesses, photos and video that might help illuminate what transpired. Some New Yorkers see the choking as the latest in a long history of attacks on black city residents. Others are withholding judgment, New York mayor Eric Adams said Thursday there were many layers to the incident, saying he respects the process. Governor Kathy hochul called the video encounter horrific to view, and said nearly family deserves justice. I am Jennifer King
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WTOP
"Jeff Cuomo. It's two O 8. Get a precision AC tune up for only $59. Michael and son. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, let's go to Dave dildine in the WTO traffic setting. A lot of work zones on this Monday afternoon will start in the district and then radiate outward in northeast to outbound a New York cavity slow past Montana avenue toward bladensburg pro the right lane is blocked. D.C. water has utility work on Rhode Island avenue at fourth street northeast, only one lane is getting high on Rhode Island. And near the Watergate hotel, a little sliver of 27th street northwest is closed between K street and Virginia avenue, but that little one block section of 27th street matters quite a bit for drivers coming off. I 66 in the Potomac freeway without access to Virginia avenue and the rocket creek Parkway, no impact on rock creek Parkway. In Maryland on the Baltimore Washington Parkway, northbound near NASA Goddard heading for powder mills from slow traffic, believe that's a war crew and on 95 northbound slow leaving Laurel through Columbia past 32, the work zone reported in the left lane. On the beltway, slow traffic in Virginia on the iterate outer loops toward Georgetown pike, right lane block both ways, they're picking up and clearing on the outer loop, interlude the right lane will be blocked for a little while longer with slow traffic leaving tysons. 66 quiet, 95 roadwork is northbound this afternoon, northbound slow out of Fredericksburg, the left lane block near 17. And again, northbound past lorton toward fairfax county Parkway. The work zone is back today in blocking the right lane. Looking for a safe way to sell your car, go to fits by cars, dot com, get the best value for your car and the safe environment of a new dealership fits by cars dot com. That's the Fitz wake. Dave dildine WTO traffic. To the weather and 7 news first alert meteorologist Steve rudin. Clause increased for the remainder of the afternoon hours, a few showers, temperatures upper 50s to lower 60s, cool overnight
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Man charged in shooting of Black teen at his front door
"An investigation continues into the shooting of a black teen who went to the wrong house. I'm Lisa dwyer. A 16 year old boy was supposed to pick up his two younger brothers last week. When he reigned the doorbell of the wrong Kansas City Missouri House, a man came to the door and shot Ralph Ural in the head, then shot him again after he fell to the ground. The boy stumbled to one house, then another, and then a third before anyone helped the black teen. Jarl was released from the hospital Sunday and is recovering at home. His family is demanding justice and questioning whether race might have played a role in the shooting, a GoFundMe page has been set up to help pay for his medical bills by Monday afternoon, $1.4 million had been raised from 37,000 donations, I'm Lisa dwyer
Interpol, Elon-DOGE and the Latest Crypto Controversy
"Well Friends yesterday was the first Monday we've had in a while where we didn't get actual regulatory actions. So what did we do? Well, of course, we had to invent some drama of our own. Okay, so on Monday afternoon, a rumor ripped through crypto Twitter. The rumor was that Interpol had issued a red notice for binance CEO CZ. From the Interpol website, quote, a red notice is a request to law enforcement worldwide to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender, or similar legal action. Where did this rumor start from? Well, for most people, it was an encrypted post from up only host Kobe, which when decoded red Interpol red notice for CZ. So let's take a step back here. Last Monday, several binance entities were sued by the CFTC, over allegations that the firm had knowingly offered crypto derivatives products in the U.S. between 2018 and 2020. CZ, as well as another executive were named personally as defendants in the lawsuit. At the time, it was notable that no criminal charges accompanied the lawsuit as the allegations featured overtones of willful money laundering at finance. Still, for many people, it didn't feel like a one off. There was a lot of speculation that we'd see something from the SEC or even the DoJ to follow. Back a few months ago, Reuters had reported that the Department of Justice was split in whether to charge binance with any sort of criminal action. With some prosecutors thinking that they had enough evidence to make the case around anti money laundering rules, and others thinking that it just wasn't enough. of course, on everyone's mind yesterday, we're recent examples of similar actions. In particular, we saw a similar situation play out two weeks ago during the arrest of Luna founder do quant. Interpol was also rumored then to have issued a red notice for Kwan's capture. After Kwan was arrested in Montenegro, the DoJ unsealed charges of fraud and requested kwanza extradition.
National Review: Media Struggles to Characterize Trans Shooter’s Sex
"National review here to their credit Ari bluff Mainstream media let's struggle to describe the sex of the mass shooter Who claims 6 lives at a private Christian grade school in Nashville on Monday first describing the female perpetrator a woman in response to reports from the authorities then racing to correct themselves once became clear that the shooter identified as a man And this is what the media are upset about and concerned about If they're initially describing the shooter as female and official depart statements Nashville police chief John Drake said during a Monday afternoon press conference the shooter former student at the covenant school identified as transgender As by reporter whether the shooter identified as a trans woman or trans man Drake responded trans woman which added to the confusion by creating the impression the shooter was a male who identified as a female Isn't this amazing First of all the fact of the debate and secondly the substance of the discussion She was a biological she a female Prior to the confirmation of the Schroeder identified as transgender The New York Times tweeted out an article noting that female assailants and mass shootings in the U.S. like the one that occurred on Monday in Nashville Are extremely rare quote unquote Then the publication felt compelled to flag they had misidentified the mass shooter later that evening They said there was confusion later money about the gender identity of the assailant in the Nashville shooting Officials said you'd she and her to refer to the suspect according to a social media post and Lincoln profile peer to identify as a man in recent months
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Transgender Domestic Terrorist Kills Christian Children
"A terrible mass shooting by a transgender domestic terrorist. Shooting up Christian families and Christian kids at a Christian school. Now I put it this way because this is not the way it appears in virtually any headline that you read about this incident. I have a list of headlines here from various newspapers and there are two key missing words in these headlines. Number one, you don't see the word transgender. And number two, you don't see the word Christian. So the typical headline is something like hang on, let me pull it up right here. But something like 6 dead in shooting incident. Well, here we go. And yes, no mention of transgender, no mention of Christian, and in fact, there were some corrections and a bunch of newspapers corrections on MSNBC, USA Today, and so on and the correction was about misgendering the shooter. So USA Today, police on Monday afternoon said that the shooter was a transgender man, officials had an initially migen identified the gender of the shooter. So in other words, the shooter is a biological woman who was in transition to becoming a man and apparently it was, I think, was it Audrey hey, I believe, is the name of the shooter. And she was in the process of becoming, well, I forget the male name now. But jeez, this is the focus of the correct. They're worried about the feelings of the transgender perpetrator.
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Police: 10 wounded in drive-by shooting in central Florida
"Police in Central Florida say at least ten people were injured in a brazen drive by shooting. Lakeland police chief Sam Taylor says he's never worked an event where so many people were shot at one time. So now we're up to ten victims. Lee said two victims were critically injured. Investigators believe drug sales were taking place where a crowd was gathered on a residential street Monday afternoon when a sedan rolled by slowing, but not stopping. They started firing from all four windows of the vehicle and shooting males on both sides. Audio courtesy W FTS TV investigators shared images of a dark blue four door Nissan with tinted windows and a temporary tag. I'm Jennifer King
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Two students killed in shooting at Des Moines charter school
"Two students have been killed in a shooting at a school in Des Moines, Iowa. Des Moines police say the shooting occurred in an educational program called starts right here that's affiliated with the Des Moines school district. Officers arrived on the scene Monday afternoon and found the students critically injured and started CPR immediately. They died at the hospital, a teacher also was wounded in the shooting. About 20 minutes after the shooting, police say officers stopped a car about two miles away and took multiple suspects into custody
Bitcoin at $21K: Bull Trap or Ooo Baby We're Back?
"All right, everyone. It was a long holiday weekend. I hope you had a great time. And whether you did or not, you will have hardly failed to notice that as those Friday long weekend spirits took hold, Bitcoin was relative to the last few months especially absolutely popping off. On Friday alone, Bitcoin moved from under 19,000 to over 20,000, and all in all, Bitcoin finished the weekend above 21,000 for the first time since November. That closed a week that saw more than 20% gains with multiple days seeing increases of over 5%. The high was put in on Monday afternoon just shy of 21,500 after holding stable above 20,500 throughout the weekend. This means that the total crypto market cap is now above $1 trillion again. And overall for the month Bitcoin is showing an optimistic 28% gain so far. What's more, Bitcoin has been rising for 13 straight days. Which, according to data from Bloomberg is one of its longest streaks since November 2013. According to bespoke investment group, Bitcoin is trading above its 50 day moving average as well as its 200 day moving average. Its 14 day relative strength index is at 91, which puts it pretty far into quote overbought territory. Volume has been up as well over a 150% of the average of the past 50 days. So today, what we're doing is trying to parse out what might be driving this price action. And there are, of course, as you would imagine, lots of different themes and explanations. Let's start as we so often do with the macro. Last week saw a veritable deluge of macro data points suggesting that the Federal Reserve might be done tightening sooner than previously anticipated. The CPI report last Thursday came in with a slightly deflationary headline print, showing the price basket had decreased by 0.1% throughout December. While inflation is still running at a much too hot 6.5% headline and core CPI which strips out food and energy rose slightly, when all taken together, markets took away a picture of cooling inflation that will no longer justify an aggressive path of further rate hikes.
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'No amnesty!': Brazilian protests demand jail for rioters
"Though Amnesty, the words a demand for payback against supporters of former president Jaya Bolsonaro, who stormed Brazil's capital on Sunday, and those who enabled the rampage. No Amnesty, no Amnesty, the chant reverberating off the walls of a jam packed hall at the university of São Paulo's law college on Monday afternoon. Hours later, it was the rallying cry for thousands of Brazilians supporting democracy. A therapist Betty Amon says these people need to be punished. The people who ordered it needed to be punished, and those who gave money for it needed to be punished. Brazilian police have already rounded up roughly 1500 writers involved in the trashing of the federal government's three most important buildings. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WTOP
"Adviser, they offer customized financial planning for you not just your assets. Learn more by calling 8 8 8 5 9 8 39 66. One O three on WTO on a chilly Monday afternoon, December 19, sunny and 37° as we get to the low 40s. Great to have you with us. I'm more glowy. And I'm Debra Feinstein with the top local stories we're following this hour, the January 6th committee has spent months investigating the capital insurrection. And now it's final public meeting is getting underway as we speak. Let's go live to Capitol Hill and check in with WTO peace Mitchell Miller. And the members of the committee, including chairman Benny Thompson and vice chair Liz Cheney are expected to soon take their seats for what will be a historic public meeting. If, as expected, the panel presents criminal referrals related to former president Trump for his role in trying to overturn the 2020 election, it would be the first time that's ever happened involving a U.S. president. The hearing comes after months of investigation and testimony from many witnesses. Many of the witnesses who testified were Republicans who made the case about what went wrong. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, who says she believes the investigation has been nonpartisan, something GOP leader sharply disagree with. In addition to criminal referrals, the hearing is also expected to include release of an executive summary of the panel's final report. Reporting live on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO be news. It's a very a day of remembrance, celebration and light. The first night of Hanukkah was last evening, and as many Jewish families lit their menorahs, the national menorah was also lit in a ceremony across from The White House. The celebration comes as there's been a recent
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WTOP
"For details and MLS ID number 6 7 7 one 7 NLS consumer access dot org. Good Monday afternoon. It's one 38. Traffic and weather on the 8s, back to Jack and the traffic center. Our bellway slowdowns remain in Virginia, mcclain, we've got work sounds both inner and outer loop near Georgetown pike blocking a left lane, our work zone 66 going east is after Natalie headed toward the valley block and the right lane, the slowdown as you leave the beltway going 66 west, the work starting after four 95 rolling all the way out toward one 23. There you've got three right lanes getting by the left side remains closed. Inside the beltway you're looking good. Basically between four 95 and Rosalind, no late slowdown, bridge inspection, three 95 headed south down your duke street, Cruz taking that left lane. You'll find 95 northbound pain. It's painful, trying to move toward the rappahannock river bridge. That is where the work zone that's got you huge delay in Fredericksburg, you'll break free after the bridge, the right lane is taken away with that work. Now you will find we'd had a little heavier traffic careful if we've got any activity on the outer loop local lanes on your telegraph road. There was a little bit of a slowdown. We've got big delays as you leave Chevrolet coming out of the district in northeast on 50, going eastbound out near two O two that work sounds in the right lane. Madden woman being town road north had been closed at pine field road just south of the three O one merge, there was a crash, an investigation blocks Randolph road west between lox Lele and hawkesbury lane, there you'll find yourself under police direction. Without a lot of delay, 50 west, the bay bridge, our work zone today blocks the right lane, follow the overhead lane control signals, there you've got the work zone. Also a slowdown in the district, did you leave the 11th street bridge going north on D.C. two 95 toward Pennsylvania avenue inbound on the 11th street bridge. I think our works on your M streets southeast is gone. 17th street northwest had been closed both ways between Pennsylvania avenue and New York avenue, ongoing demonstration. You never know what life will throw your way. Maryland health connection can help you find a low cost, quality health plan that covers doctor's visits, mental health services, and more, visit Maryland health connection dot gov today. Jack Taylor WTO P traffic. Now in a storm team forest chuck bell. Can't make a whole lot of promises for sunshine today, you might get a sliver or two of it here in the Washington area. There'll be extra sunshine the further west and
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WTOP
", visit GDIT dot com slash health, Jack Taylor, WTO P traffic. Check bell has our forecast. The new work in school week is underway with a mostly sunny start on a Monday morning. Temperatures by your Monday afternoon arrives up to near 88°, increasing clouds later on this morning and a couple of drops of rain are possible into the middle and later parts of the afternoon, not a big rain chance today, but a few sprinkles can't be totally ruled out. Tomorrow, sunny, breezy, and lower humidity, Tuesday's high 86, Wednesday, mostly sunny and hot again with a high near 88, and then showers are likely on Thursday as cooler air arrives. I'm storm team four, meteorologist chuck bell for WTO. 70 in Rockville now 71 in the district in district heights and we've got 74 with sunshine outside the TOP studios. 9 40 now millions in Puerto Rico are without power amid the devastation caused from hurricane Fiona making landfall yesterday. CBS News correspondent Anne Marie Greene has more. Puerto Rico is mostly dark this morning, nearly 1.5 million customers do not have electricity after hurricane Fiona slammed into the island. The category one storm made landfall yesterday, unleashing landslides, destroying roads, forecasters have warned that the storm could drop historic levels of rain, possibly up to 30 inches in eastern and southern Puerto Rico. Public schools and government agencies will remain closed today. President Biden already declared a state of emergency for the U.S. territory. Officials say it could take several days to restore power there. Steve dresner has covered hurricanes and tropical storms in Puerto Rico. And he describes what it's like to be on the island with limited resources. You may have gas, but there's no power to power the gas pumps. There's no ATMs to get your money. And you're basically paralyzed
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Rapper PnB Rock fatally shot in Los Angeles restaurant
"Rapper PnB rock has died of gunshot wounds during a robbery in south Los Angeles on Monday according to Atlantic Records He was 30 On Margie Zara led with the latest Los Angeles Police confirmed that a man was shot while eating with his girlfriend inside a Roscoe's chicken and waffles restaurant Monday afternoon a police spokesman says a suspect brandished a gun and demanded items then shot the victim multiple times Police say the suspect took some items and fled in a waiting car while police will not confirm it was P and B rock Atlantic Records in his representative confirm his death P and B rock was best known for his 2016 hit selfish His latest single was love me again
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Flaherty solid in return to Cardinals; Sánchez, Nats win 6-0
"Animal Sanchez pitched 5 scoreless innings in CJ Abrams went four for 5 as the Washington Nationals beat the Saint Louis Cardinals three nothing Monday afternoon Jack flirty allowed one run on 6 hits and 5 innings for St. Louis and his first start since June 26th It was where this did the position that the team has put us in to be in the spot that we're at and the chance that we have going forward to make a run at this thing In fun watching me it's more fun to be a part of it St. Louis leads Milwaukee by 7 and a half games in the NL central David Solomon St. Louis
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Rain hampers search for missing in Italian glacier avalanche
"Thunderstorms have hampered the search for more than a dozen hikers who remain unaccounted for a day after a huge chunk of an Alpine glacier in Italy broke off at least 7 of the group are known to have perished The figures include at least 9 others injured when the avalanche was unleashed from the marma later glacier on Sunday afternoon when dozens of hikers were on excursions some of them roped together trentos prosecutors says 17 hikers were initially believed to be missing but some have now been tracked down at least four bodies brought to a makeshift morgue had been identified by Monday afternoon
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3 killed, dozens hurt in Amtrak train crash in Missouri
"I'm Mike rossia reporting three people were killed and dozens were hurt in an Amtrak crash in Missouri An Amtrak train traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago collided with a dump truck in a remote area of Missouri Monday afternoon killing three people Two on the train and one in the dump truck Corporal Justin Dunn of Missouri highway patrol The train had approximately 207 passengers as well as crew members Hospitals reported receiving more than 40 people who were injured in the crash and more were expected Amtrak officials said 7 cars derailed The collision was at a rural intersection on a gravel road with no lights or electric controls It was the second damn track collision in as many days Sunday afternoon three people were killed when an Amtrak commuter train smashed into a car in Northern California I'm Mike Gracia
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3 killed when Amtrak train hits truck, derails in Missouri
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting fatalities are reported in an Amtrak train collision and derailment The Missouri highway patrol says three people were killed in the derailment of an Amtrak passenger train that collided with a dump truck Monday afternoon The collision occurred near menden Missouri about 84 miles northeast of Kansas City Amtrak said the Southwest chief was carrying about 243 passengers and 12 crew members passengers on the train included high school students from pleasant ridge high school in eastern Kansas who were headed to the future business leaders of America conference in Chicago superintendent Tim bay told the Kansas City star I'm Mike Gracia
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Sheriff: Ex-jail official, inmate she helped escape caught
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"monday afternoon" Discussed on WTOP
"Team four While an active MLK day is store after the very heavy or steady rain and even snow fell on your Sunday now we're looking ahead to Monday afternoon Gusty conditions will pick up So for the Monday morning drive if you are out on the roads you'll run into areas of standing water and icy conditions as temperatures drop below freezing close to sunrise watch for that And for the next few hours again a few showers are possible but for the most part we're seeing an end to the precipitation as winds increase today up to 50 mph I'll let you know what to expect over the next coming days in my four 80 forecast Stephanie isn't it back to you Thanks Rihanna It's three O four airlines across the country dealt with flight delays and cancellations this weekend because of the powerful winter storm impacting the east coast Flight aware is reporting that about 3000 flights in the U.S. have been canceled since Saturday Around 380 flights in and out of Reagan national were canceled this weekend 130 at Delos 121 at BWI Marshall Many airlines say staffing shortages caused by the latest COVID-19 surge have also messed up schedules While snowfall impacted flights in and out of BWI airport on Sunday the airport says it snow removal team is working this morning to get the airport back on schedule BWI officials say 140 airport employees are working to remove snow from runways and taxiways while 60 snow removal vehicles are clearing the runways as well People with travel plans today are still being advised to check with their airline before heading over to the airport Loudoun county public schools has been under fire for its response to sexual assault cases.
"monday afternoon" Discussed on KCRW
"Very warm Monday afternoon currently 78 degrees in Manhattan Beach 94 work right now and Rosita Time is 4 30. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Some international aid organizations are pledging to remain in Afghanistan more than two weeks after the Taliban overthrew the Afghan government. The streets. Layton is the head of the Norwegian Refugee council in Kabul. She tells NPR that she has received numerous requests from people trying to evacuate the country. I have received more than 1000 emails, WhatsApp messages Skype messages from people. Some asked me to help them get to Norway. Others say I used to work for the U. S. Can you get me to the states? Unfortunately, I am not in a position to do anything about it. But I am in the position to pass it on to those who do. The Biden administration today confirmed that it's helped an American family evacuate Afghanistan by land to a neighboring country. More Americans are being evicted from their homes in the wake of a Supreme Court decision that struck down a federal eviction moratorium. NPR's Chris Arnold reports $47 billion and rental assistance from Congress has yet to be dispersed. Marshals are now knocking on more people's doors to evict them. That's especially true in places that are having trouble distributing that rental assistance money that's been set from Congress. Peter Hepburn's a researcher with the eviction lab at Princeton University. If you're in Mississippi or Alabama, and only 5% of the money has gotten out the door at this point. You as a landlord are going to have a lot of faith in the ability of that program to actually come through with the rental assistance, Heparin says. By contrast, things are working much better in Texas, New York, the city of New Orleans and other places where more than half of the first round of federal money has reached people in places like that he's seeing lower rates of eviction filings. Chris Arnold. NPR news You're listening to NPR news in Washington. It's 4 32. I'm Matt Dillon With KCRW news. Tens of thousands of people who fled South Lake Tahoe due to the Kaldor fire can return home today. It's thanks to officials downgrading evacuation orders to warnings yesterday. Despite the massive blaze growing to more than 216,000 acres, fire crews were able to get a better handle on it. Brain containment up to 44% Cal Fire operations chief Tim Ernst says more work needs to be done due to sensitive weather conditions. And with the increase in temperature and decrease in relative humidity. We have seen a number of spots here in the last 24 hours. Outside of our containment lines, which have been picked up. It does remind us that we're definitely not out of the woods here. In California. There are nearly 14,500 firefighters battling more than a dozen large active blazes. According to Cal Fire. There have been more than 7000 wildfires since the year started. Under Texas new abortion law, Anyone who helps a person get an abortion after six weeks of pregnancy can be held legally liable, and that includes ride hail drivers taking someone to a clinic drivers who often don't even make minimum wage. Now uber and lift are stepping forward to help as Kcrw's cherry. Glazer reports. It all started with the CEO and co founder of Lift Logan Green. He tweeted that the San Francisco based company has set up a defense fund to cover 100% of legal fees for drivers. Who are sued under the New Texas law, called SB eight. Green said the drivers are never responsible for monitoring where the riders go or why, and that riders never have to justify or even share where they're going. And why. Green said. SP eight is in his words incompatible with people's basic rights to privacy lift is also donating a million dollars to Planned Parenthood. A short time later. The CEO of Uber, which is also headquartered in the Bay Area, said his company would follow suit and cover drivers legal fees. And he thanked Green quote for the push. Cherry Glazer reporting ride hailing firm's aren't the only tech companies taking action in connection with the New Texas abortion law. The Web hosting from Go. Daddy told.
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Hurricane Ida Traps Louisianans, Shatters the Power Grid
"More than a million people across louisiana and mississippi including much of new orleans remained without power on tuesday morning after hurricane ida tour across the coastal states on sunday into monday by monday afternoon. It was clear that new orleans levees would hold sparing the city. The worst of the devastating flooding experienced when hurricane katrina hit exactly sixteen years ago but the damage from the category four hurricane ida one of the most powerful storms to ever hit. The region has been extensive. At least four people have died and ten people have been injured by the storm on monday. Louisiana governor john. Bel edwards said the death toll could grow considerably emergency response teams have fanned out across coastal communities suffering from the dangerous storm surge and subsequent flooding rescuing hundreds of people thousands more remained in shelters and in addition to the widespread power outages. More than three hundred thousand. People were without water as of monday. Official said officials say the damage to louisiana's power grid is so extensive that it could be weeks before. Electricity is fully restored portions of southeast louisiana and mississippi. Now face a heat advisory until five. Pm central time on wednesday and the national weather service warns heat index values could reach up to one hundred five degrees.
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Pentagon Announces Last US Troops Have Left Afghanistan
"Says the war in Afghanistan. Is over. Tonight's withdrawal signifies both the end of the military component of the evacuation, but also the end of the nearly 20 year mission that began in Afghanistan shortly after September. 11th 2000 and one general Kenneth McKenzie Jr. The commander of Centcom, made it official Monday afternoon and said Americans can be proud. Since mid August. 79,000 civilians have been evacuated. Including 6000, Americans in all coalition partners and the U. S evacuated 123,000 people, and yet there are still Americans who didn't get out. So the military phase of this operation is ended the diplomatic sequel to that Will now begin, he said. The State Department will now be negotiating hard to get other Afghan partners out. He defended their logistics as the security situation devolved when the Afghan army collapsed long before they were expected to Adding that he thinks the Taliban now has its hands full with Isis K, though he said he suspects the U. S military disrupted some of their abilities with weekend strikes on three Isis K planners. Look, there's a lot of heartbreak associated with his departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. But I think of which stayed another 10 days. Louis, we wouldn't have gotten everybody out that we wanted to get out and they're still would have been people who would have been disappointed with that. It's a It's a tough situation, saying this does not end the opportunity for Americans and Afghan partners to leave, estimating the number of Americans still there to be in the low hundreds, he said. The State Department will be working on that. Which is where Secretary of State Antony Blinken comes in. He addressed the withdrawal Monday night, We will hold the Taliban to its pledge to let people freely depart Afghanistan. Taliban is committed to let anyone with proper documents leave the country in a safe and orderly manner. They said. This privately and publicly many times after the final flight out, a Taliban spokesman said, with the last U S soldier leaving Afghanistan is now independent. My biggest
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"monday afternoon" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Minutes after one o'clock Monday afternoon 23rd Day of August. Beautiful day in Santa Fe. Nice, big, white puffy clouds. You actually have some moisture in them 20% chance of isolated thunderstorms today. Right now it's 85 degrees. Air quality, superb single digits. Air quality is three. Like golf. Lower the number the better. I need to check on the golf course. Hurricane rain down, stormed out the final round of the FedEx Cup tournament, so it's being played the down. We'll have to check on the scores. We will talk to you. Mary Herrera, two o'clock executive director, Wine and Chili 2 30 today, 2 30 to 3 30 were scheduled to have on the CEO and president Of P and M happens at Qalandia Vice president and CFO Dan Terry and the corporate development director of Hybrid Rolla, Pedro Blast calves. 2 30 today. 3 30 Today we'll talk jobs Drink with Christopher Brownlee from the department worked for his connections. 27 minutes after one o'clock. So obviously covid still the big news covid and Afghanistan the big news, But you know lots of things going on locally. You want to call in chat about anything on your mind ending market be a good topic. 55424 12 60. Did you go? Did you like it? Did you buy stuff where people wearing masks? And this is why it's important. So you've got your two shots, Moderna, Pfizer, your one shot J and J, you know Time enough time is last year now fully Fully protected. Well, we were Until this Delta thing came along. You may not have seen the headline Saturday's Albuquerque Journal Story by Dan McKay That 19% Of the new covid cases in New Mexico. Are amongst those who are vaccinated. So let's just round it up slightly one in five New covid case in New Mexico people fully vaccinated. Not good. So that means that 81% or 80%. Of the cases are People who are unvaccinated 13% of hospitalizations. In a recent four week period. Are people who are vaccinated. So 87% are the unvaccinated. But still it's a fairly high number. Let's just say Take argument, one in five New cases of Covid Delta variant. Are vaccinated people. David Morgan Department of Health spokesman for D O H. Talking about? These new cases. Across New Mexico. Of people who Have been vaccinated. Sent February one people who weren't fully vaccinated have made up 91%. Of the state's covid 19 cases. Send February one. 92% of hospitalization. The unvaccinated. According to a journal analysis of WH reports in a recent four week period. People who weren't fully vaccinated made up about 81% of the new cases. 19% of people fully vaccinated. 19%.
The World and Everything In It
Tropical Storm Fred Makes Landfall Along Florida Coast
"In the southeastern united states the remnants of what was tropical storm. Fred are drenching the region. Fred made landfall monday afternoon. In the florida panhandle around appalachia cola packing winds of sixty five miles per hour. The storm knocked out power to thousands of homes and businesses.
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"In Miami. The support the protesters in Cuba foxes Evan Brown live in Broward County, Florida. Yeah, Dave. Those demonstrations in and around Miami continued well into the night and a number of times Yesterday, those crowds blocked traffic along Miami's Palmetto Expressway, one of the areas most busiest during rush hours. Two and Biden, please, we beg you. Please help other families that are over there that I'm dying of hunger. The demonstrators say their relatives in Cuba are going without food or medical care that Corona virus is spreading uncontrollably. Cuba's regime insists Cuban Americans are stirring up trouble via social media, prompting Cuba's government on the islands approach or govern Cubans on the on the island of protest. Cuba's government is largely shut down Internet access, Dave Evan Covid cases in the US have nearly doubled over the past week. All states other than main and South Dakota have experienced an uptick in cases over the last two weeks. Scientists believe the rising cases his from the fast spreading delta variant blagging vaccination rates and fourth of July gathering boxes. Rob Dawson, America's listening to Fox News. Like it or just use talking, don't you do you when? From the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom. I'm B. J. Williams double shooting in Lawrenceville, now classified as murder suicide. That story and others just ahead. Problems on I 85 South down through Gwinnett County making for a pretty rough ride there this morning. I'm Caleb Hutchins with the latest on traffic after news and weather patchy fog, Reducing visibility is early any locally heavy late day showers and thunderstorms. Reducing visibility is later it's meteorologist John Weatherby forecast next on Wdun. An update on a story that we started following Monday afternoon. Gwinnett County police now saying the death of a man and a woman at Lawrenceville home was a case of murder. Suicide. Investigators.
The Patriot AM 1150
"monday afternoon" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Go to Xander dot com or call 803 56 40 to 82, so I don't have to keep talking about these sad stories. K E i. B LOS Angeles This is the Patriot Am 11 50 broadcasting throughout the Southland and all over the world on I heart radio leaving the state I'm Lee Silva, Sarah Fox News, Texas Democrats are trying again to block an overhaul the state election law. Last month, Democratic State representatives in Texas walked out of the building to block a vote on new bills that would add restrictions to voting. Governor Greg Abbott said he'd call a special session. But according to the Texas Tribune, 51 of the 67 Democratic representatives were headed out of state boarding flights, mostly to D. C Monday afternoon. The plan to press members of Congress to pass national voting reform rules. The governor can still get these new state rules passed in other ways. Some of the new rules would be no more dry through voting or setting a vote by mail application to someone who hasn't requested it. The rules but also implement new voter ID requirements. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News president, Biden will deliver remarks in Philadelphia tomorrow that the White House says We'll call out what they're calling Voters Depression Secretary of State Antony Blinken, expressing support for the people of Cuba have taken to the streets as few food shortages and prices skyrocket due to the pandemic. The Biden Harris administration stands by the Cuban people. And people around the world who demand their human rights and who expect governments to listen to and serve them rather than try to silence them. Cuba's president, claims the demonstrations were caused by Cuban Americans, stirring things up on social media, something the White House denies. As the recovery efforts continue in Surfside, Florida after last month's condo collapsed, Mayor Charles Burkett says Park has begun about putting a memorial on the site. We're having discussions.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seems a lot of people traveling by car are stuck on the cape. We go to the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Here's my King. Yeah, it's been tough getting off Cape all afternoon, Madison. A lot of folks are returning home from a long weekend. We saw this coming right Route six. Westbound stopping Go route 1 30 exit 59 to the Sagamore Bridge. That's over 3.5 miles that will cost you maybe 20 minutes to get through their route. 20 eight's backed up a little over a mile for the born bridge and sandwich road along the canal that's backed up under a mile towards the born as well. Now, once you get up on the route three north bound, the worst of it is coming up past route 53 a couple of miles of stop and go there. 25 westbound has some stop and go coming up past 1 95 and wear him and then delays coming up past route 44. That's 4 95 north, coming up to Middleborough up to the north here. Delays coming out of Maine and New Hampshire. 95 south is backed up for about three miles through Kittery and another 4.5. Miles coming down towards the Hampton tolls. Right about now we'll check in with the WBZ NewsRadio Road report. And once you get onto 1 28 from 95 in Peabody on the self outside, you got a little bit of company at times around Walnut Street in Salem Street. And from route 28 93. Nothing in the way through Lexington or Walter. I'm certainly not a typical Monday afternoon ride in Gloucester, getting a little busy at times are on the rotary at Route 1 27 people begin to head home from the beaches. David struck Pelino WBZ NewsRadio Road Report The mass Turnpike eastbound is stop and go from almost a mile coming in through Stourbridge Once you clear the Charlton Service Plaza, you are good to go The expressways in good shape this afternoon. So is that lower end of 1, 28 and everything downtown. Pretty quiet to my king Deputy. Bc's Traffic on the threes Cloudy with some rain around tonight Upper sixties tomorrow is going to be hot and humid, high 91, but real feels near 100 cooler.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"monday afternoon" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Monday afternoon. The body of a man believed missing in Lake Washington. Since Father's Day has been found County Sheriff's Office Marine rescue units with some technical help from the Coast Guard, they were able to deploy a drone and at a depth of about 145 FT. Recovered the men that we believe is the victim from Sunday's incident, Sergeant Tim Meyer with the King County Sheriff's Office says. Without that submerged drone technology, they would have not been able to safely search in such deep water. Meantime, King County search and Rescue crews are looking for a 25 year old Tukwila man missing in the mountains near North Bay, 11 miles north of North Bend up on the Middle Fork road there, and teams have been working out there that we had guardian, one of trying to assist in that search. The man identified as Andrew Divers has been missing since June 18th after playing to an empty stadium during the pandemic, the Seahawks announced. They're bringing back the twelve's Cairo radios. Heather Bosch report. Seattle's Lumen field will be at full capacity going to this in 2021 from this in 2020. Okay, They did pipe crowd noise in, but that wasn't the same. The Seahawks say they now have approval from the NFL. And public health officials to bring the 12 back. You will not be required to get a covid shot but must wear a mask if you don't know details just yet on how that will be enforced, but the team says ticket holders will get additional information later this summer. And the Seahawks, not the only local team, bringing back fans. The University of Washington and Washington State University plan to start the football season at full capacity. 7 33 Cairo Radio. Real time traffic.
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The biggest stories on the South Coast from the WB SM Standard Marine True Value newsroom this. He's W B. S M knew. A knife wielding New Bedford man has been arrested in charge following an altercation Monday night in the city's north end. At around eight P.m. officers responded to the area of the cushion and Avenue and collect street for a report of a male with a knife. Police say the suspect approached the police cruiser and used his knife to strike its windows several times. They say he ignored commands to drop the weapon and became increasingly agitated, But officers were able to de escalate the situation and take him into custody, according to the female victim. The suspect, identified as 38 Year old Bro, Leo Jones of New Bedford, got into an argument with her inside friendly liquors. When she refused to give him money, she claimed he grabbed her by the throat and began hitting her before pulling out a knife and swinging it at her. Victims said she Pepper sprayed him and Jones eventually left the store. He is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Police say he has a previous conviction in New Bedford district Court for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in 2014. A single vehicle crash in a cushion it Monday afternoon saw three people suffer significant injuries. The crash occurred around 2:30 P.m. in the area of 84 Men doll Road. Police say all three of the 22 year old male occupants of the vehicle suffered significant injuries. One was transported via med flight toward Island Hospital. Another was transported to an island hospital via ambulance. The third person was taken by ambulance to ST Luke's Hospital. Police say the cause of the crash is still under investigation. Dartmouth Police. Canine is being recognized following his work, helping to locate a missing nonverbal man suffering from dementia, the matter, boy said. Police Department requested assistance from the Dartmouth Police Canine division to help find the missing man. Officer Jared White and his canine partner tear responded, and police say they performed a track based on an article of clothing from the missing man. According to police. After the duo narrowed down the search area, the missing man was found safe lying on the ground behind the woodpile. In Sports. The Bruins air in Washington tonight. The Red Sox opened up a three game series with the Athletics tonight at Fenway Park, and the Celtics host the Heat tonight at TD Garden. Now, let's take a look at your local forecast from ABC six. Writers guys outside today We're looking at mainly.
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Up to get her out because she ran and ran and ran on Monday morning, I haven't seen her run that much in He's probably been years. She was so happy. She ran and ran and ran until she could. She could barely walk. She was so tired on Ben on. That was in the morning. She was so excited there was nobody else out. It was a blizzard, and we just we ran all over the neighborhood. And then on Monday afternoon, By the time we went out, the snow was up to her back, so she had to hop through it now. Thankfully, it was really fine powder, and she hopped around like she was a bunny, for heaven sakes. But there is a photo up that I absolutely adore. I put it on both Twitter and Facebook, a low radio as well as our Facebook page Our show page. She's essentially buried in snow. She's standing next to my car, and she looks all tuckered out because again she was running all over the place, and kids wanted to pet her in the snow. She sticks are facing it and she just follows me everywhere. She's my shadow in the snow, so she's been so tired after essentially a day of acting like she's a puppy again. We get the check out the photos. There's there's one of my product, Herb. I guess it would be like parting the Red Sea. I carved a path through the Red Sea on my sidewalk so that you could see how high the snow is. It was well past my knees, though, and I'm not a short person. So, ah lot of snow a lot of people, millions and millions of people who are digging out S so please be safe and again. We're happy to keep you company. Have you been plowing long hours or your first responder? You've been out trying to take care of people and make sure the people there say Thank you. Thank you for those extra hours in the overtime. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. Yes, again from my living room, the super secret home base, But I'm excited to get back in studio and Tuesday, in fact, in mere hours We will begin our round of interviews. It's different than what we normally do on radio row. I'm kind of bummed out that I don't have the ability to watch and look and take photos and videos like I normally do. And I usually have great stories for you guys. This year. We're doing everything virtually. But we do have a good guest list and producer David I've been working hard on it. We think we've got some guests there outside the box. We're going to go not just NFL, but we've got least one from the world of college football were also diving into the Olympic realm, which I'm excited about. For those of you who follow Olympic sports. It's a really big week in Utah. In fact, they're just a year out now from the 22 Olympics, the Winter Olympics on and so they've got there first. Qualifiers in a variety of events that are taking place in Utah. And so we might make sense Mother sports and do a little cross training if you will, even as we count down to Super Bowl 55, But if you listen to us at the end of our last hour Like Taylor, who is a former Pittsburgh Steeler is a podcast host himself. He has him think pointed comments on whether or not Ben Rafa's Burger should retire. And that's definitely a question around the Steelers organization. We've heard our Rooney's the chairman, say, Hey, we want him to continue on as our quarterback. He has informed us He does not want to retire, but it can't be at the current price tag. But Rafa's Burger has also said that he will do whatever he can To allow the team flexibility to give the team or cap space. So he's willing to do that, and the team is willing to have him back that I feel like the question's been answered, but until the dealing is done It's still up in the air. And then you think about the various other quarterback question marks around the league. I kind of imagine that there are a lot of guys who were on edge who played that position. Not Patrick Mahomes. Not Tom Brady. Not Matthew Stafford. Not Baker Mayfield, not Josh Alan. I don't even think Lamar Jackson because the Ravens have indicated that they even be willing to talk about a contract extension with him. Certainly not Jared Goff, who now has a new home in Detroit, and definitely not Aaron Rodgers. Definitely not Aaron Rodgers. How many more times can we ask the question? Yet? There were Matt LeFlore and Brian Guten coons, who were fielding questions about why Jordan love. What's the plan with Jordan love? And what are you doing with Aaron Rodgers? It Z I suppose. That it's drama for people who are not buried in it. Like my car is buried in the snow. But, gosh, can I be honest and tell you I've started rolling my eyes. Whenever this question comes up, Stop it. Can we please just stop it? He's not going anywhere. Maybe though he'll be able to build the team out of more millions. That's kind of the idea with TJ length will have to share that audio with you before we end up wrapping this particular show. Gotta feel like there are guys out there who enjoy stirring the pot, though, so fine. We'll stir the pot and we'll smiling will not, and we'll figure out if there's a change in Aaron Rodgers future. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio, also on Twitter and Facebook. If you're checking out the photos from Blizzard or Lena, we cannot call it Winter Storm or Lena anymore, Blizzard or Lena. Battling a blizzard. There's.
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"After news around the clock, I'm Roger, Banish. Enemy quality. For the rest of tonight we drop down into the mid twenties. Snow becomes likely here for our Monday afternoon. We could see some wintry mix is well breezy conditions with highs in the lower 30 much more snowfall here Monday night could fall in an inch per hour. Gonna be windy Traveling could be treacherous will drop down into the upper twenties. Light snow still likely here to our Tuesday morning and cloudy and breezy with highs in the lower thirties. Total snow accumulations between Monday and Tuesday. Good top of between five and eight inches on Wednesday. Still a chance for some snow showers. Cloudy with high years 30 from the WGN Weather Center. I'm a neurologist like Jansen. Let her sleep needs a better you. That's why Mattress firm came up with the rest of short promise, featuring the best mattresses from America's best mattress brands, like the Tempera Breeze Collection available Now, with a $300 instant gift, good towards your choice of sleep accessories. Visit with our sleep experts in store online or by phone to find the right bed for you on Liam Mattress firm America's number one Tempera Pedic retailer. Offer valid with qualifying purchase restrictions apply that are participating locations only for offer details. Visit mattress firm dot com slash sale Introducing touch free payments from PayPal a safe way for your customers to pay simply download the papal app and display your own unique You are code for your customers to scan whether you're a market seller, tomatoes and cucumbers, poodle, pamper piano tuner or plumber signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy. Touch freak. You are code payments not applicable to PayPal here. Transactions. Other fees may apply shop safe with PayPal. It's above Egypt. I am 13 years old from Antioch. And I've been between the station for a while. Now, 13 years old right now, you are calling a bookie chips? Yes, I am. This is a momentous.
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Us. It's Anna here, and it's Monday afternoon and I were just it just came up because we're talking about working from home, and so many people are doing that and have been doing that and we'll be doing that. Do you have any of the exam pains that go along with your old set up at work? I mean, I hear from friends. Who'd that you know, they got four different family members or more, and they move around and you know, kids, airy schooling, and then you know the ones in the kitchen and everyone takes turns some someone's on the couch. It feels like Unless you're pretty lucky, or you just been thoughtful about it. You don't necessarily have that ergonomically correct. Set up like maybe more like you would it in an office building. And so the aches and pains come in. Enter Andrea Metcalf, My friend here. She's a Oh, God, Andrea. I mean, you must hear from this from all the your client meeting. But I have new pains just like I think it's just been being on devices more than I ever have been before. I got like the next thing and I tried. It just feels like my head is like a bowling ball someday is like I'm trying to keep it up. It's you know. Getting through it, and it weighs as much of the bowling ball from 8 to £12. Everyone's had way that much on those tiny little bird abrasive your service, cervical vertebrae. Your neck. Um I first up. I got to say thanks for having me on I loved the intro with Madonna. I think I heard And second off. I just came in from taking the dog for a walk to get my outdoor exercise and feel refreshed and strong before I got on the radio, So you do it to you. Do you do that? Every day? You take like a little breather? I picked the dog. Yeah, I kicked her out, probably three times a day. She's a puppy. She's eight months, so that makes it a lot easier. I think everyone who got a dog Realizes that it's been a little bit easier. Um, maybe having a dog that you got somebody to go take a reason to go out and walk with, but certainly it feels good. And, um, you get a fresh air and Even with myself. I am covert positive now, four days having therapy mild system. I'm I feel, you know, I feel good and that that just gives me you know, my doctor had mentioned Tonto. A friend of mine or his doctor had mentioned that he should go out and walk at least once a day when he had covert because he wasn't having a very strenuous case. It just helps your lungs work a lot better to get some air exchange so, but those pains in the neck and the pains in your little back and that's the quick turn your head and all the sudden you're frozen. That's really common right now. I've been speaking on this for months. Trying to help people feel better remind them to stretch and simple movements can go a long way. So what do you suggest there? What about that particular problem that you're hearing a lot about? Well, one of the first things they should do is open up the chest because the pains in the back and in the neck that's more muscles shortening through the front as we're leaning into that computer in the head coming forward, those muscles and back are doing a lot more work than they normally do. And the ones that are shortened front that are being grounded in. They stay that way. So even when we're off the computer, they're still pulling everything forward. The best way to change the muscle is to give the opposite muscle a contraction who just putting your hands up, squeezing your shoulder blades together and actually using the muscle. It's not just enough to go into the doorway and lean into it and feel the stretch. You've gotta activate muscles. Because opposing muscle groups cannot contract at the same time. And the last input is how your body felt. So if your last inputs with your head down at the computer looking forward and you never contract those muscles and back between the shoulder blades, bringing those shoulders down and together Then that's where the tension is going to be kept. And it's going to just build up and build up and you'll find those kind of like knots. Almost that are like a rock that you like. How do I get out of this? And it can be really painful. I find that I'm in that con que pose where I am sort of hunched over more. Just because I'm sitting in front of the device words normally, I I don't know you. You get more of a chance to sort of straighten things up again. You just do you just take period of breaks, or is there certain things you can do to Prevent that from causing any kind of pain. While you're at your desk. Another good thing to do is to stretch out the wrists. Now what I mean by that is by putting your hands out front flipping the hands of the some of your upside down and almost like how Spider Man would shoot out his Web. Directing out the risks and pushing your fingers against the desk or against the wall and then kind of circling or stretching. The next side to side could be a really big help. As you move forward with those fingers down almost in that, Paul like position, those muscles get tight, and here's the crazy part. Those muscles are connected to the neck vertebrae. It's kind of like the item band of the lower body. And so if you stretch out those muscles, you're gonna relieve the tension and pressure and that up her shoulders and neck. Would squeeze the shoulder blades back, get those muscles working and then stretch those risk forward, either against something to get deeper or just by pulling those fingers back on your own. That's if you're if you're only confined to your desk, but those air to real simple ones. It helps is helping already. I'm doing it as you're saying it, and it's well, anything else you got for us. Maybe people can fall along with while you're saying it. Yeah. So if you are at your desk right now, try and drop your shoulders down a week from your ears and then take your right hand behind to your left hip. I feel like we're playing a game of Twister. But as you drop that right hand to the left hip Take your ear down to the shoulder. On the love right side And you really get a good stretch on the side of.
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WTOP
"News one of 3.5 FM Good Monday afternoon, It's 2 28 traffic and weather on the eights Back to Dave still died in the W T o p traffic center Brendan three backups on 95 3 95 near Fredericksburg, Quantico and the Pentagon. North bound 95 passed through three. It's a crash. North bound 95 before Marine Corps base, Quantico except 1. 48 works own left Lane blocked No delays between triangle in Shirlington North bound traffic on 3 95 is heavy and slow from the Pentagon toward Washington because before the 14th Street bridge, the response to the crash keeps the right side blocked only one lane to the left. He is getting by south bound from the freeway to Springfield for the Beltway through Woodbridge and Stafford. No delays 66 between the Beltway in Haymarket. Any delay has passed. The various work zones are brief on the Beltway in Maryland and Virginia. No issues, Montgomery County firefighters said of residential building fire near Langley Park. Piney Branch Road between University Boulevard Carol Albany. Single file gets by without much traffic impact. Baltimore Washington Parkway North bound for 4 54 10 slow toward the Beltway that should be in the wake of a mobile work zone. The parkway and 95 between 4 95 and beat up Marshall. No delays reported in either direction to 70 off to a good start north bound from the Beltway toward German town and Frederick. Enjoy the beauty of performing arts at Prince George's Community College Center for Performing Arts, Online, dance, music and theater community is not just a word. It's who they are. PG. Si si dot et you slash ARTS Dave Don't nine w T o P traffic. It's turned Lauren Rickets and Storm Team four for our forecast for the week highs today, making it into the mid forties. Lots of clouds around, but worse, mainly staying dry today. The reason we're seeing the cloud cover is we've got a storm system.
"monday afternoon" Discussed on WTOP
"At 14 50 Rockville Park. You won't be disappointed. Well, you can visit them online at BMW rockville dot com. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o p traffic Now the storm team four meteorologist Briana Berman solo partly to mostly sunny skies today in temperatures well above normal in the fifties. Across the map. We'll see. Cloudy conditions overnight is the clouds move back in through early tomorrow morning. Rain on the way for your Sunday overnight lows in the thirties will be in the low forties tomorrow, much cooler with wet weather continuing throughout the day on Sunday, drying out Monday partly cloudy skies for Monday afternoon highs in the mid forties. Mid forties. Mostly sunny on Tuesday. I'm starved him for meteorologist for Universal. Um and right now, taking a look at the temperatures, it is 53 degrees in German town right now, Manassas 45 degrees and we have 51 degrees in Cleveland Park D. C at 12 30. W T o P This'll is w t O p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated. W T O p Never miss a moment telling you t O p s top news is brought to you by van Meter homes. Find a home that's right for you at van Meter Homes, calm Good afternoon. I'm like Morello. Anika Vel is our producer. Coming up. Republicans try to convince one of their own not to challenge Joe Biden's Victor Hotel. Harrington announces its closing at the same time is a planned rally and every ball CBS News Brief 11. Republican senators,.