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Pennsylvania DA Appeals Bill Cosby Ruling to U.S. Supreme Court
"Prosecutors prosecutors in in Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania petitioned petitioned the the US US Supreme Supreme Court Court to to review review a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court ruling ruling overturned overturned Bill Bill Cosby Cosby sexual sexual assault assault conviction conviction Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania district district attorney attorney Kevin Kevin Steele Steele petitions petitions the the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court challenging challenging a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court decision decision which which overturned overturned bill bill Cosby's Cosby's conviction conviction based based on on a a two two thousand thousand five five press press release release written written by by a a predecessor predecessor without without any any knowledge knowledge of of his his staff staff or or fellow fellow attorneys attorneys in in his his office office at at release release promised promised a a now now deceased deceased defense defense attorney attorney that that Bill Bill Cosby Cosby would would not not be be prosecuted prosecuted later later Cosby Cosby admitted admitted during during a a civil civil deposition deposition to to giving giving drugs drugs and and alcohol alcohol to to a a number number of of young young women women before before sexual sexual encounters encounters Cosby's Cosby's twenty twenty eighteen eighteen conviction conviction of of drugging drugging and and molesting molesting college college sports sports administrator administrator Andrea Andrea Constand Constand in in two two thousand thousand four four was was overturned overturned by by the the state state Supreme Supreme Court Court he he was was freed freed from from prison prison last last summer summer Steele Steele argues argues the the decision decision would would set set a a dangerous dangerous precedent precedent out out press press releases releases being being treated treated as as immunity immunity agreements agreements despite despite
Fresh update on "montgomery county" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Over 8 years I've never seen the level of gun violence at this rate And it seems like every other day you're hearing about it The shooting victim was taken to the hospital but his condition is unknown A passenger in a car involved in a single car crash in chantilly early this morning has died fairfax county police say the crash happened at around four on poplar tree road near Lee field street two women were in the car at the time the driver and the passenger both were taken to the hospital and the passenger died there later The drivers expected to survive so far investigators are releasing few details about the crash It is 1222 on dasher on dancer on Harley Yep the big guy is coming to Montgomery county on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle this.
Rep. Chip Roy Reacts to Biden Withholding Monoclonal Antibodies From Florida and Texas
"Is even more horrifying And we have the Montgomery County judge here in Texas, which is near Houston. Who posted on Facebook yesterday, the day before. I'm not sure if you saw it where he right. He wrote out the 2000 Texans that were benefiting from the treatment that they had put in place to have a clinic or set up there to run these mono monoclonal antibody treatment. And it was successful. And this is where the vaccinated and unvaccinated and then now you've got the Democratic leadership in Washington coming in and saying no, no, no. We're going to step in and interfere with the market and create a problem that didn't really exist. And I look, I wrote a letter to the HHS on Monday, lighting them on fire about this and raising this issue up the flagpole and then load the whole We get 24 hours later, they were gonna have a briefing on Friday. We had that briefing today, Mark And I asked twice. I got cut off. And then I got back in Q asking a second time. Hey, how many, Uh, doses do you currently have a supply? How many can be made per month and what's the demand? You tell me the numbers. You show me how there's some massive national shortage that you've got to interfere, and they would never answer the question. Literally, he said. Well, we'll just have to get back to you. The numbers to wait you're stepping in and rationing care. Rationing what Texas can get, and you can't even tell me what the numbers are its political. They started off of saying seven states have 70% of the demand on this stuff and get never mind in January. It'll be 10 different states Mark because we know how this virus works. And yet that's what they're doing. It's political. It's purposeful and people's lives at stake. And they're doing it because they don't want to talk about treatment. Not just this. But after cork wine back when that was more effective. Let me tell you something about, uh Hattrick chloroquine. I've been taking that for months. Have heart disease and asthma. Has an harm me in any way.
Fresh update on "montgomery county" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Dot com 7 41 After multiple search warrants and several leads from the community fairfax county police have made an arrest in a fatal hit and run crash that happened back on September 1st in Reston Detectives say Carlos Alexander Torres excuse me taras junior of Vienna was driving a family members SUV when the crash happened They obtained warrants against Torres for felony hit and run involuntary manslaughter and driving without a license on September 16th And they'd been trying to locate him ever since acting on a tip FCP detectives working with the U.S. Marshals task force on Friday tracked Torres to a work site in Montgomery county where he was arrested And there's been a big increase in stolen cars and car break ins all around the DMV and more often those vehicles are being taken by armed thieves both day and night It's impossible to guarantee you won't be the next victim but you can reduce the odds Parking lots are sort of a necessity but they're also a target rich environment for car thieves Because people go there and they know that there are going to be cars there that could potentially be targets Hannah Glasgow is a spokeswoman for greenbelt police A good way for individuals to prevent.
Maryland Board of Education to Host Special Meeting on Statewide School Mask Mandate
"Vote today may change that. A special meeting is coming this afternoon to be held by the State Board of Education, which is considering an emergency regulation that would require face coverings in all schools. Some local districts already have mandates in place. Others like Carroll County, do not. As the first day of school approaches for some counties next week on Monday, Governor Hogan has not favoured a statewide mandate giving local school boards the option to choose their own path. If adopted, the emergency regulation would need final approval from state lawmakers before taking effect. Ken Duffy, w T. O P News special education teacher at Paint Branch High School in Montgomery County, has been placed on one
"montgomery county" Discussed on WAMU: Local News
"County's chief special needs housing. Explains that there are other things that can slow down the process like good difficulty finding a job. Landlords not wanting to house those who are experiencing homelessness and delays in case workers. Trying to find time to meet with their clients and then the bigger issue that harris brings up is the lack of affordable housing the county and more widely in the region. No and there never has been enough housing. There's definitely a lack of affordable housing here and particularly for the folks that we see that are experiencing homelessness that are extremely low income. They're making less than thirty percent of area meeting income and just to know. That's less than forty thousand dollars a year and a county that has one of the highest median incomes in the country council members sent a letter to county executive l. Rich last month asking him to come up with an alternative plan to house these individuals. What have they been saying about the conditions of the shelter so council president. Tom hucker who just so happens to be considering. A run against eldridge for county executive sub last week that if this were a private business like a restaurant or hotel the county would shut it down but the county owns this property and they're in charge of maintenance and repairs to the building. Here's hucker. I think it was a terrible decision for the county executive to commandeer those two rec centers to use them for for emergency housing. It's counter to our racial equity and social justice policies and reflects a lack of compassion and respect and here even people who run the shelter. They say they didn't imagine being in the rec center for over a year. They thought it'd be a three to four month temporary solution and you know obviously. This pandemic has lasted much longer than anyone anticipated. How is elrick responded to that criticism in a press conference last week. Allerg- stood by that decision and said that hucker and other council members have the opportunity to say something when this plan was created last year. He said that over the past few years the county has changed its housing policy to allow people experiencing homelessness to sleep indoors year round. Which is has has helped lowered. Kobe transmission rates among the homeless population but also meant they needed more room for shelter space. Did he point to any solutions to the issues facing the individuals in these rec centers currently so long term. There's a homeless shelter being built. But it won't be ready until late. December early january in the meantime our says he's trying to find more space in the county to temporarily house people and he hopes to announce a plan this week possibly day and more importantly the women experiencing homelessness that i spoke to recently really want stable permanent housing and until the county solves the problem of not enough affordable housing. It will continue to be problem. That was w amu's maryland reporter dominika. Maria vanessa dominique. Thank you so. Much thanks esther..
Texas Party Boat Capsizes With 53 on Board, Leaving 1 Dead
"Man is dead. Three people are hospitalized after a party boat with more than 50. People on board capsized on Lake Conroe last night during a thunderstorm. The water was really choppy. The sunset Cruise got caught in the storm and flipped over with Children on board. When we were first going on the boat, one of my friends asked your food. All suite is a cap side. Remember, said No. But then The next thing on what the ends in the bowl capital. I saw that I was really confused. Well, when I did capsizes look really scary and everything because, like everything was falling and everyone on it. Stop stop to from our TV partner Channel to everybody was accounted for. The victim was an 80 year old man from Montgomery County.
Some Maryland School Districts Requiring Proof of Vaccination
"Three Maryland school districts Montgomery, Prince George's and Howard counties. In a pre taped message to Prince George's County school employees, Dr Monica Goldson made the announcement All Prince George's County public School employees will be required to either show proof of vaccination. By Friday, August 27th or submit to weekly on site testing. Montgomery County Public schools issued that systems back to school plans online and like Prince George's County schools, employees will have to get vaccinated or undergo weekly testing. Howard County was the first school district to announce mandated vaccinations for staff. We also will continue vaccination clinics throughout the fall, Howard County School Superintendent Dr Michael Martarano announced the policy at the Board of Education meeting. Thursday. Kate Ryan, w
New Multi-Million Dollar Emergency Radio System in Montgomery County
"Just two years ago, Montgomery County's public safety radio system, the one that lets first responders coordinate with each other while responding to emergencies was suffering from spotty coverage. Now that has changed. Montgomery County's got a new $42 million public safety, radio system and Peep hearing. Her public information officer for the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service calls the new system a big deal for public safety. In 2019. There were a series of communications outages with the new system, he says. We have already seen some enhanced coverage, radio coverage and some of these high rise buildings hearing her says There have also been improvements in areas of the county, where communications used to falter like near the Tri Delta, your reservoir on the Howard County line and along the Potomac River, where first responders are frequently sent to tackle water
"montgomery county" Discussed on WAMU: Local News
"It's monday and that means it's time to chat with w amu reporter alley schweitzer about the week ahead in regional news and what the w amu in dc newsrooms. We'll be keeping an eye on. Good morning alley either esther so it's almost august. I can't believe i'm saying that. It's almost august but it doesn't seem like the summer doldrums have set in yet particularly in montgomery county. Where a few big issues are coming up for consideration. Yeah folks who traveled through the jurisdiction lately may have seen signs on the side of the road that say no cell towers near homes That has to do with the vote scheduled tomorrow in the county council on a zoning change that would allow five g. wireless antennas to be installed no less than thirty feet away from homes as long as they replaced or occupy existing utility poles five g. is of course the follow up to four g. It's faster it's better. It'll make you look younger okay. That last part isn't true but five g. is the next generation or really the present generation of high speed wireless technology and a lot of homeowners in montgomery county. Really do not want these towers near their houses. They've been fighting it for a few years now. A similar measure failed three years ago because council members couldn't come to a consensus on where the antennas could be allowed to go. Okay so so. What does the controversy over five. Gee there's a lot people don't like about it. One is just aesthetics five g. technology requires a lot more towers that are lower to the ground and closer together than the very tall for g. Towers were accustomed to other talk about climate effects. Five g. uses more energy than four g. Their concerns about how much control wireless companies have over where these things will go. And some worrying about radiation But the federal government says the frequencies are not harmful. I don't see the council voting this down. The main reason being that right now the county is out of compliance with fcc rules on five g. Governments are not allowed to impede the expansion of these networks. there's also economic development piece here five g. is expanding throughout our region leaders. Don't want the county to get left behind. And there's an equity issue because so many people who can't afford broadband internet or a home computer depend on wireless technology to go online. Yes the digital. Divide which became particularly urgent during the pandemic so reporters in the wmu newsroom. We'll be watching that tomorrow. And this isn't the only controversial issue being discussed in montgomery county. This week is far from it. The council's committee on planning housing and economic development is continuing to hold work sessions on proposed updates to the county's general plan that update is called thrive twenty fifty and similar to comprehensive plan which we've covered quite a lot. It lays out guidelines for development in the county over the next thirty years. The county's planning department put out. Its proposed update earlier this year. After months of public engagement but similar to the dynamic. We're seeing with five g. Again some homeowners in the county are saying this plan will lead to too much change out of control growth. They worry about impacts on single family neighborhoods. I will note. The general plan doesn't actually make any changes to zoning in the county is more of a roadmap to how the county adapts to population growth and the plan also received a lot of positive feedback from residents in a recent hearing. They liked its emphasis on density instead of sprawl. They like its focus on diverse housing types and affordability so committee members were holding the third work session on the plan today. And it's expected to get a vote sometime after the council returns from summer recess. I anticipate seeing more community activism around this well into the fall and we will definitely keep an eye on that story out of montgomery county this week as well as other stories from around the region. Dc virginia alley. Thank you so much for joining us today. I appreciate you having me..
"montgomery county" Discussed on WAMU: Local News
"This is w amu eighty eight five morning edition. I'm esther chum. Akili young people in the washington region are lagging behind older adults and getting corona virus. Vaccines in maryland. Fewer than four hundred thousand people in their twenties or fully vaccinated compared to almost six hundred thousand in their fifties. Some young people are trying to close that gap by talking up the vaccine to their peers and their families w. a. amuse margaret bartell's spoke with to safety ambassadors working with the nonprofit identity in montgomery county stefan. Omegna and paolo romero. Both are twenty one years. Old romero spoke through an interpreter. Tell me about when you got vaccinated. What did the moment feel like and we can start with you. Steffano got vaccinated during during the month of june and he was a really good experience like thought it was going to be worse but it was. It ended up being really nice. It just felt a little pain in the arm but that was pretty much and just a little fever but that lasted like a day. I was hoping to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Paolo would fight. You know you're coning. And miss the maiyo romy. I got vaccinated in may and i was pregnant at the time so i was a little concerned about the vaccine at first but then i decided to get vaccinated because i knew it would protect me and my baby and i wanted us to be able to reintegrate into society and do the things we were normally doing. Why did you decide to become a safety ambassador. And what's your favorite part of the job. So my favorite part of the job is basically being able to help other people and inform other people about the vaccine telling them that it's okay to get vaccinated that you're not gonna get any sort of chip or you're not gonna get like the virus from getting vaccinated your huddled up for so. I wanted to be a safety ambassador. Because i wanted to be able to provide information to use in my community and also to represent us during this job. I've been able to give information to both youth and also to older people. Who needed it about the vaccinations. And i really like being able to help out community paula. Do you have friends or family members who aren't vaccinated. And why do you think that is. The ami suitable is the amigos community side body sal in her circle of friends and family. There are several who have not been vaccinated and the main reasons the give is because they're scared or because they believe in the conspiracy theory that there's a chip and so they don't want to get vaccinated. What strategies have worked. Well for you in your job as an ambassador in convincing people to get vaccinated pretty much just telling them my experience in my close friends experience of getting the vaccine telling them that the most you can feel. It's a little sore in the in the arm. And the second is you get a little fever for like a day or something but in the end is really worth it so you can protect yourself on your family. I'm curious how much difficulty accessing the vaccine kind of plays into people's fears or concerns about it like if it's hard to get to a clinic because you gotta take the bus and take the day off. How much of that are you finding that. It's hard to get people to do it. Just because there are these barriers in the way so the most like common thing that they tell me is that they you're scared because they don't have like money or they don't have a health insurance so i tell them like most of the places do it for free and you don't have to present any kind of insurance or like documents. Us have to bring your. Id for for them. Their records see them being listed. Commit worry about having to give up a.
Montgomery County Mass Vaccination Site Is Closing, but Other Options Remain
"County fought to get a mass covid vaccination site. But with demand dropping the vaccination rate of 80% among those eligible that site in Germantown is closing now. Now with more than 78,000 coronavirus Vaccine doses administered mass vaccination site at the Germantown campus of Montgomery College is out of business, and that's been the goal all along. Dr. Yancy Phillips of Holy Cross Health said doctors and nurses had witnessed the devastation of the coronavirus firsthand and the opportunity to participate in some of the recovered for our community to be able to provide vaccination system absolutely essential. Really healing for staff with been through so much vaccination efforts will continue. They'll simply be concentrated at smaller community and clinic
CDC Extends Eviction Moratorium Through July
"Centers for disease control has extended for one last time it says the federal eviction moratorium that gives them millions of tenants out there who can't make the rent a little bit of breathing. Room end of july is the new deadline. There is federal rent relief money to be had. But it's not getting to everybody who needs it. So what do you suppose happens when the federal eviction protections go away in just over a month. Marketplace's nancy marshall ganz on that one the one month extension we'll give state and local governments more time to distribute twenty five billion dollars in federal pandemic rental assistance. Some have been slow to get the money out. Matt losec heads the montgomery county maryland renters. Alliance he says they're afraid of fraud and a lot of municipalities are not used to handling crisis operations losec says six million renters nationwide are facing eviction. Tenants like laura who didn't want her last name us for fear of losing her job. She applied for rental assistance. Two months ago. I'm just honestly very frustrated. Right now laura works in a nursing home. She was afraid of getting covert so took a month off from work unpaid now. She's thirty two hundred dollars behind on her rent. she worries she'll be evicted. It's a very dehumanizing process. Who wants to have any notice slapped on their front door for everybody. Who lives on your florida's see laura is working and paying rent again. She just needs the federal aid to pay her background policy. No is with the national multi family housing council. We've seen data's that suggests that a resonance are feeling that they are in a better place about meeting those rental agreements but sinoe says long-term the section eight federal housing program should be expanded it issues brent vouchers for low income tenants. Alicia missouri is at the center on budget and policy priorities. She says even before the pandemic there was a long section eight waitlist just one in four eligible families get rental assistance and so many more people are in need
Reagan National Airport northern Washington DC noise study to be released
"If you live near an airport, you know what it's like. You hear that noise constantly. Well, an online meeting this evening might shed some more light on what can be done to reduce noise near one of our area's airports. If you're concerned about airplane noise north of D. C. You may soon get some answers. Findings from a community questionnaire and newly proposed changes to flight patterns north of Reagan National Airport will be discussed for the first time outside of the committee test was studying the area. The aircraft Noise mitigation Study meeting starts at seven. It will be hosted by Montgomery County, Maryland. Council member Andrew Andrew Freed's Freed's in in and and Arlington Arlington County County Board Board member member Libby Libby Garvey. Garvey. Find Find more more information information on on how how to to Join Join and and listen listen to to the the discussion discussion at at w w t t o o p p dot dot
Washington DC Reagan National Airport noise study to be released
"The latest studies on airplane noise north of Reagan National Airport will be released during a virtual meeting tonight. It will be the first time that anyone outside of those tests was studying airplane noise north of the airport. We'll see newly proposed changes to the way that planes come and go. Montgomery County, Maryland. Council member Andrew Freed Sin and Arlington County Board member Libby Garvey are hosting the Reagan National Aircraft Noise Mitigation Study meeting. The results of a community questionnaire will be released, as well as the newly drafted national approaches that were developed based on studying that
Maryland mass vaccination site will open to walk-ups
"Today, one Walk up Mass vaccine clinic is now open in Maryland, the Eastern Shore, mass vaccination site and Salisbury will open a no appointment necessary walk up line for any Eligible Marylander. Our plan is to continue to add additional no appointment lines at other mass vaccination sites as well. And Maryland Governor Hogan announcing if you are eligible, you are a Marylander and you're 16 years old or older and you can pre register at the other states sites, including Montgomery County's Mass Vaccinations Night, which had a soft opening this week. And is expected to open in full power next week. Under state support.
Philadelphia's Suburban Battleground: Can The GOP Recover?
"Reliably voted Republican. But the suburbs have changed. And last November, Donald Trump lost them in a big way. Now, with the 2020 midterms in view, both parties are wondering what's going to happen when Trump is not on the ballot. NPR national political correspondent Don Gonyea reports from the vote rich Philadelphia suburbs. Leads drop in on Chester County, Pennsylvania, It's suburban Philadelphia but a place with its own identity. We have a huge agricultural community. We are the mushroom capital of the world. You could come here for a mushroom festival on New Year's Eve. It's quite fun Democrat Mary in Moscow It's his chair of the Chester County Board of Commissioners. And we have a lot of industry were very big in the bio Pharma life sciences community. We have new technology coming in. So ah, lot of great things happening here. Right Next door is Montgomery County, where lives create? Hey V chairs the local Republican party, she says she's watched these suburbs flip from red to blue some only in the past few years. But she says the shift began long before that, If you look at the trends, this has been happening for many, many years. I think it accelerated over the last couple of years. But when I moved into Montgomery County 21 years ago, it was already starting to change in 2016. Hillary Clinton beat Trump in these suburbs, but not by enough of a margin to make up for trump strength in the States rural areas. She lost Pennsylvania, but Joe Biden racked up huge margins in the Philly suburbs. It was key To his statewide victory. The suburbs are far more diverse than they were decades ago, and many suburban voters had an intense dislike of Donald Trump Republican create A V is hoping some of those more moderate voters come back to the GOP. Now that they don't have trump who people voted against because they didn't Like him as a person. He's gone now. And so people are actually looking at issues now and things that affect them on a day to day basis. The changing politics in the suburbs
Maryland police handcuff, berate 5-year-old boy
"Reaction pouring in after a police body camera video shows officers berating a five year old boy who they picked up and return to school in Maryland. A couple of Maryland police officers were caught in a very bad situation as the Montgomery County Police Department released body camera video showing two of its officers be rating of five year old boy who had walked away from his elementary school, calling him a little beast and threatening with a beating video shows. One of the officers repeatedly screaming that the crying child with her face inches from his. The boy's mother filed Lawsuit over the January 2020 incident, and The Washington Post reports that the police Department and the county's public school system declined to address the incident in detail, citing the mother's lawsuit
Video shows Maryland police handcuffing, berating 5-year-old boy
"Montgomery County Police have released the body cam video. It shows officers be raiding and handcuffing a five year old boy. A lot of people are pretty outraged about what's on that tape, Not only the handcuffing but the things the police said to that little boy and eventually his mother.
Montgomery County Public Schools accelerates last phase of reopening by one week
"School students are going back to class sooner than expected, while others will go back a little later. Concerns over students and staff traveling during spring break and possibly bringing Cove it into the schools is why the board voted to delay from April 6th two April 8th the return of students in pre K and grades, 456 and 12. Travelers will be urged to get covert tested before stepping into school buildings. The board has also approved a new plan to bring back seventh and 10th graders ah, week earlier than planned. Having them join 8th, 9th and 11th graders back in school buildings on April 19th, particularly on
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
Surge in carjackings, thefts has Washington DC police urging residents to be vigilant
"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
4 Washington DC Men Arrested For Carjackings in Massive DMV Crime Spree
"In car jackings has hit our region since the pandemic began Now, eight of those cases in Maryland, Virginia and D C appear to have been solved with the arrest of four D. C. Men as Carjacking cases. Spike. Montgomery County Police chief Marcus Jones says his department and others teamed up to create a Carjacking town. Force a result of it. Investigators identified four suspects who committed eight Carjackings throughout the D. M V 2 18 year olds into 21 Year old from D. C have been arrested. They're believed to be behind 22 crimes in all, including the armed robberies of several businesses and 80 M. There were people whose lives were clearly threatened by these individuals, but the search for car jackers continues. Jones says. His county alone has seen more than 38 car jacking since last fall, mainly in the Bethesda in silver Spring areas That's more than double the case is seen and All of 2019 in Gaithersburg, Mike Morello. W T o P News Well,
"montgomery county" Discussed on WTOP
"Further reducing the spread of HIV Mayor Muriel Bowser took office in 2015 with the goal of combating the virus that had ravaged parts of D. C for years, she said, metrics for 2020 calling for 90% of residents with HIV to know they have the virus and 90% of patients to be receiving treatment. That's all been pretty successful, and Bowser says the bar is being raised even higher. Now, with a new plan that puts that goal at 95% by the year 2030. Maryland's most populous county is among a list of places where HIV is still being diagnosed at higher rates than other areas of the country. In Montgomery County, there are over 4100 people living with HIV over 130 new cases were diagnosed last year. Those numbers surprised many people, according to county health Officer Travis Gail's had a number of say, number can't be right. That can't be here. Not like this is the picture of Montgomery County, and that HIV rate led to Montgomery County being named a priority jurisdiction. For the federal ending the HIV epidemic initiative, the county's unveiling a plan with the hope of reducing HIV transmission by 90% by 2030. It includes increasing testing, connecting HIV positive residents to healthcare services and increased access to prevention, medication and tools. Michelle Morello w T o P News Virginia Democratic State Senator Joe Morrissey has been charged with three misdemeanors, with police accusing him of inappropriate behavior at a polling location on Election Day in 2019 when he won the race for his current seat. Among other things, Morrissey is accused of standing outside the polling place in greeting voters within a 40 ft zone where campaigning is not allowed. He's been in trouble many times before In 2014, he resigned from his seat in the House of delegates after pleading guilty to contributing to the delinquency of a minor for having sex with his And 17 year old receptionist. Operation Christmas Drop takes off today for its 69th annual mission sponsored by the U. S. Pacific Air Forces. It's the Defense Department's longest running humanitarian airlift training operation that began during.
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"Several people were heard were transported three people from the scene. Were believed to be in serious condition. One minor condition. One of the persons taken to the hospital was a JMU student to other students have minor injuries. The explosion, which is still under investigation, tonight appears to be a gas explosion. It took place about 30 yards from the finish line of a 10 miler raced. James Madison says about 30. Students from ROTC were nearby. Taking part in the race. A man from Arlington County has been sentenced to prison for having sex with a 14 year old girl. Prosecutors say he was a predator who met the girls on a nap. They met on the Internet APP kick a 45 year old Arlington man in a 14 year old Richmond girl, Jose Para Camargo was sentenced to 15 years in prison yesterday for coercion and enticement of a minor, according to court documents. He solicited sex from the teen on numerous occasions from 2016 to 2017. He also had her send pornographic pictures of herself and he drove from Arlington. To Richmond on two occasions, then convinced the team to sneak out of her home to have sex with him. Stephanie GAINS Bryant w. T O P knew the types of crimes being reported these days have changed because of the pandemic. In Montgomery County, there was a sharp drop in crime calls when the pandemic started. Then they started seeing changes in the types of calls compared to a normal year for crime categories are down other than homicide and aggravated results, or Oppa's. Well. Montgomery County Public assistant chief Danish Patil speak Into the Montgomery County Public Safety Committee. Residential boners air down 8.4%. But commercial burglary is going on on this 30% on effects on 29 points or domestic violence. Calls have been down since the pandemic started, but there's been an uptick in severe and more violent domestic violence cases, according to Assistant Chief Ronald Smith and idiotically. What we were also seeing is more cases turning up in our hospitals involving child abuse with more serious outcomes, the more serious physical abuse Is is, he says, Unfortunately with kids at home, people who may see and report abuse aren't in contact with those Children, and they were at home with their abusers with no one to intervene. Michelle Morello w T. O P knew While I was back in July that Maryland's governor announced that scammers had filed $501 million worth of bogus unemployment claims, people are still trying to cheat the system in Maryland. The initial fraud investigation identified about 46,000 bogus unemployment claims since then, 102,000 out of state. And 68,000 in state claims have been flagged because they didn't look quite right. A closer look determined more than 82% of them were indeed fraudulent, Maryland Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson says with bad actors continuing to target the important unemployment insurance funds intended to help those in need, our department has maintained heightened security measures to prevent and detect fraudulent activity. Michelle Bash. W T O P News Triple A says it's seeing disturbing Trans on what he calls one of the most dangerous roadways.
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"We could soon see fans back in the seats at major sporting events in Maryland Governor Larry Hogan issued an executive order that would allow a limited number of people to attend events at stadiums like FedEx Field in Mt. Bank Stadium. The governor is allowing outdoor sporting events to seat up to 10% capacity as long as those who are there are socially distance and wearing masks, and there is no tailgating allowed. Before 7000 fans are admitted in the Baltimore's M and T Bank stadium or more than 8000 fans in the FedEx Field to see the Washington football team. Local governments have to get on board to write now. Prince George's county is still in Phase two, where restrictions on outdoor events are much tighter. The county says it's still in talks about the next steps there. John Doman w T o P News during the pandemic, the types of crime is being reported to police have changed. In Montgomery County, there was a sharp drop in crime. Calls when the pandemic started. Then they started seeing changes and the types of calls compared to a normal year. Those for crime categories are down other than homicide and aggravated results or up a CZ. Well, Montgomery County Public assistant chief Danish Patil speaking to the Montgomery County Public Safety Committee, residential boners air down 8.4%, But commercial burglary is going on on this 30% on a theft on 29 Point or domestic violence calls have been down since the pandemic started, but there's been an uptick in severe and more violent domestic violence. Cases, according to Assistant Chief Ronald Smith and idiotically. What we were also seeing is more cases turning up in our hospitals involving child abuse with more serious outcomes, the more serious physical abuse cases, he says. Unfortunately with kids at home, people who may see in report abuse aren't in contact with those Children, and they're at home with their abusers, with no one to intervene. Michelle Morello w T. O P News Virginia lawmakers have wrapped up a special legislative session by approving a new state budget that pays for Terminal justice reforms and extends moratoriums on evictions and utility shut offs because of the pandemic. It was initially supposed to be a short session focused on the state budget. But instead it went on for two months and expanded to include police reform and many other issues. Delegate looked orient my priorities throughout the process. We're maintaining fiscal responsibility. Fair funding for criminal justice reform measures. Health care K through 12 and how our education major criminal justice reform bills passed, including a ban on no knock search warrants and changes that make it easier to decertify officers who commit misconduct. Top prosecutor in Northern Virginia as a warning about voter fraud. Casting a ballot more than once in the upcoming election is a crime. That's what the Commonwealth attorney's office for the county of Prince William, in the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park, is reminding voters before they head to the polls. The office says that there have been claims that people have been testing the system by double voting, and prosecutors say that they're on the lookout. The crime could land you with upto five years in jail. The office says. Systems are in place to catch those trying to commit voter fraud and to arrest or intimidate voters, no matter who you're voting for this November Valerie Bonked w T. OBY News, D. C. Is working to improve the driving experience on 3 95 and 6 95. But that comes with a price that price some lane and ram closure starting Monday night at 10 P.m.. So the next morning at 5, A.m.. And every night the rest of the week, the three right lanes north bound from the bridge into the city to the 12 Street Expressway ramp. Will be closed at times. Traffic will be held up 30 minutes North bound south bound. The two left lanes between the 6th and 7th Street Southwest Ramp and the 12 Street Expressway will also be closed. The project includes new overhead signs and lighting. Kyle Cooper. W GOP News Coming up after a traffic and.
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"Montgomery County, south of Lockwood Drive due to flooding, most of the waters receded in many other areas. However, it's even started to receive their on route 29, but not enough to open the road way as of yet more coming up on the age. It's 9 to 3 in these Thursday, September 10th scattered showers and thunderstorms out there, ending after midnight lows in the mid sixties toe low seventies. Good evening. I'm kin Duffy the top local stories we're following this hour. And now that most of the heavy rain is behind us, the floodwater is slowly starting to disappear. Storm Team four's Mike Stanford has some tips if you ever get caught out in the flash flooding, and during those morning get on some of these one way road ways. There's not much you can do once the flooding star, so the big thing is always be aware of your surroundings. Half w T O P on in your car and the warnings and we start to see these ones come out because the big thing about these flashlight events that we've been seeing for the last several years we're seeing rapid increases ofwater. In fact, what one area around Cole's fill the river there. Rose 8 ft in just a hour. That's the reason why you get this flash flooding. That's so quick and it's so hard to get out of. That was the case in Montgomery County. W. GOP's Megan Clarity driving around as flooding took place. She saw all kinds of it and has It's caused by the intense rainfall. I'm here along. Beach Drive near Kensington were multiple cars have just been abandoned and left way they are Montgomery County Fire says they had to make a couple water rescues here, and I guess they haven't moved. The car Cinch..
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"Montgomery County Man is accused of tricking women and girls into sending him intimate photos of themselves than threatening to distribute the pictures unless the victims have sex with him. It's called Sextortion Montgomery County Police say 22 year old Michael Cooper of German town would pose on social media is someone named Rebecca Lattimore. Once he convinced victims to share photos or videos with him, he would reveal that he's really a man and threatened to share the photos with Victimsfamilies. Lawyers and others unless he got what he wanted. Police say they know of six people he targeted but think there may be more. Cooper was arrested Sunday and is being held without bond. Read more about the case. At w t o p dot com Search THREAT Michelle Bash w T. O P. Neuville on police use of force in Montgomery County is being blasted by the local police union Montgomery County Bill that bars chokeholds limits The use of no knock warrants and revise is police use of force policies. Should be vetoed. That's according to a post on the Web site of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 35. The union that represents Montgomery County Police officer's statement attributed to Leigh Holland with F O P. Lodge, 35 says the bill quote, limits and officers ability to investigate crimes and that will cause confusion. Union also complained the expedited bill was the result of what it called an extremely flawed council legislative process. The bill was passed unanimously by the nine member county Council. Kate Ryan. W T o p new melon. The generous is apologizing to the staff of her daytime TV talk show this after an internal company investigation of complaints of a difficulty and unfair workplace. In a separate statement, the Warner Brothers studio says the investigations primary findings revealed what it called some flaws in the shows Daily management. The generous is memo and the investigation by the studios parent company followed a BUZZFEED reports in which current and former show employees complained about Issues, including being fired after taking medical or bereavement leave. One worker says she left because of comments about her race. Reality dating shows like The Bachelor are rarely in touch with the realities of real dating. But there is a refreshing new docuseries training on Netflix called Love On the Spectrum. Young singles on the Autism spectrum embark on dating for the first time. Unlike trashy reality shows, this one has empathy for its characters. Michael Loves cosplay. Chloe is bisexual. Mark loves dinosaurs. Kelvin lives with his dad, Andrew quotes James Bond. Olivia acts in Theatre and Maddie rolls her eyes at her parents. We also meet two happy couples. Thomason, Ruth share hobbies of toy trains in business cards, while Sharon and Jimmy saw the Navy sought crisis to find their happy ending. This is a show that celebrates unconditional love and unfiltered truths from beautiful mind suggesting autism is the next step in human evolution, waiting for the rest of society to catch up. I'm w T OBY film critic Jason Fraley giving love on the spectrum. 3.5 out of four Stars 11 24 Coming up next in money news markets, They're mixed right now. United Airlines is slowly bringing back flights..
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"Advocates at a Montgomery County Elementary school are upset about delays in new school construction. They say the county isn't doing right by their mostly minority students. Here's more on a story you'll only here on W T O P. Back. In May, the county Council voted unanimously to delay new school construction for South Lake Elementary by a year. Soon after South Lake Teacher Heather LaDuke ascend w T o P. Dozens of videos and photos purporting to show rodents in classrooms. The Montgomery County Public School system confirmed two of the videos, saying they were made aware of the rodent problem late last year and sent a pest management team almost two dozen times but did not respond to questions about the last time the school was treated. Initially Dutta Isaac men with action of Montgomery, saying that this was a restaurant, it would have been shut down. Enough is enough. Asked if South Lakes construction DeLay has to do with race, the school system says they're committed to equity and excellence, the CDC tells w. T o P. The rodent problem is definitely a concern for Children's health, something that needs to be addressed and taken seriously. County Council member Craig Rice says his education and Culture committee may take up the matter. South Lake later this summer or fall. Ken Duffy w T. O p News, 5 22 There has always been a pay gap between men and women, but it is more pronounced for women of color. When you look at the new numbers from the National Women's Law Center, the pay gap is staggering. In the district, a black woman on Lee makes 51 cents for every dollar a white man does. That means over a 40 year career, A black woman in D C could lose out on nearly $2 million because of that wage gap. A white man in the district could earn by age 60. It would take a black woman until the age of 98. Tow EARN white women in D. C do better earning 81 cents on the dollar. The numbers are marginally better for black women working in Maryland and Virginia. Brandon Millman w T O P. News in other news with restrictions in place, some areas, salons are struggling to get by after re opening And all of them are concerned about the prospect of another shutdown. If things get worse between being a slow time for us and our older clientele not coming back. Carlos Carson is one of the owners of be true Salon in Bethesda. I don't know how how long we can survive, not not for too long, he says. Revenues down 75% Tom Ruder, founder of Symmetry. Salon Studios, which has four Maryland locations, says his business is weathering this better than most, with revenue down 20 to 30%. He says. A shutdown is another story. We have the ability to continue to do what we're doing for a long time provided we're open for business. John Aaron w. T o P News Coming up next in money news lost ground today, breaking down a lot of boxes. Jeff label. It's 5 24 If you don't know, PPC, if you don't know Seo, if you don't know Oh, TT if you don't know targeted display, social Media Man website Development mail marketing. You don't have to. All you need to know is 2060 Digital way can help you with the digital marketing your business needs but maybe doesn't understand or have time to execute 2060. Digital is a Google premier partner. That may not mean a lot to you. But when you consider that only 3% of digital advertising agencies carry that designation, it should. If you're in charge of marketing for business, you likely have digital marketing questions and a 2060 digital We.
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"The Montgomery County Board of Education unanimously approved emotion to bring the request to the county. The letter states that the Corona virus pandemic has led to more than 164,000 Montgomery County students being isolated in their homes and highlights what they say is a likely increase in need for mental health services. Valerie Bonked W T O be news It is for 22 A W. T o P schools in our area is still trying to figure out what to do for the fall. And in Maryland, one of the largest school systems appears ready, at least in part to keep teaching students at home. More than 80% of Prince George's County. Parents, teachers and staff want either at home instruction or a combination of at home and in school classes in the fall. That's according to Prince George's County schools CEO Dr Monica Goldson. She sent out a message to the community, explaining three options, including a fulltime returned to school buildings, but asked for more input. Goldson said Data on the course of the Corona virus would also play a role in any decisions, but advised parents to look for more information in the coming weeks, Howard and Arrundell in Baltimore County's air, still making their plans Jake Ryan. W T o p News And for 23 at W. T o P. Loudon County, also trying to figure things out. Parents in Loudon County can choose toe have their child in their school, building two days a week and socially distanced classrooms and get three days of distance learning, or they can choose 100% distance learning. In the old distance option. Teachers would doom or synchronize teaching them last year when students did a lot of work on their own. The deadline to choose is July 10th with either choice the first day of school will be moved to September 8th to provide two extra weeks of preparation. The Lord constrained. W T o P news coming up in money news men make up. Men's makeup is going in mainstream more on that coming up for 24. There's a place to share the joy of.
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"Council Montgomery County in the city of Fairfax black and black trans lives matter was the protest out in Brooklyn over the weekend the demonstration protest whatever your preferred terminology is that there's a video circulating with thousands and thousands of people in very close quarters now now someone's going to have to explain this to me okay we've gone through months of being told that crowd spread code nineteen and the CNN anchors you can run endless clips Cuomo do you part you could person come on you know if you want to get back out list bro you gotta do you part all the and that was the the the freight that wasn't the governor the governor talks a little more like this you're always a little bit of a song sometimes but then it goes on down here he goes okay I'm gonna talk like this but then it goes up here I'm on a short run strong stole make me come down there like it's also cute fun and games with the destruction that's been going on or they are stealing months of our lives they are stealing people's ability to have funerals and and have weddings and you have these milestones have graduations they've taken that from us although one black trans lives matter wants to have a protest you think that any of the Democrat politicians out there who have been so quick to judge and demand and declare for months because if you want to take on additional risk that's not allowed covert nineteen means you're killing old people if you go outside and gather do you think any of them had words like that to say about what happened over the weekend and brought not just in Brooklyn their protest yeah I heard the protesters walking past my own apartment once again no of of course not first line what what are we to make of this they don't really care you see that's the problem we've caught them as I said we would I told you we will go into a we will go through a phase where the moment the left wants there to be gathering stable just ignore those gatherings in the risk that they pose in code nineteen and then they'll the second that they don't like the notion of gatherings trump rallies coming to you later this week the moment that all of a sudden it's on the Bloomberg political interest they start abusing you know they have these little these little pet epidemiologist that will come out and say well I just I think that this is really dangerous so now the only epidemiologist you ever hear from our like Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton donors there's only one city ever see in public right I know plenty of doctors who are like that look this is a threat to old people we can manage this this is something that society should not shut down for again we shut down too long in the first place we can push through this we should push through this I know plenty of doctors will say that privately but all my gosh if they come out publicly the lockdown leaves the cancel left all of a sudden they come for you the doctors have made a mockery of themselves in recent weeks the ones have come out and and made claims on this all of a sudden covert nineteen isn't really that that they're going to tell us that there's a peak in cases before the trump rallies happen and they're not going to associate the peak and I would also tell you that I've looked at the numbers very closely these are very small uptakes in ten states where they've had a very overall low number of hospitalizations and deaths from this but they're doing it because they're trying to put pressure on the trump rallies and they're just going to forget all about the massive thousands and thousands of person protests that have been occurring and they're gonna pretend like that's not an enormous assuming that you think that social distancing is still necessary which I do not except in specified circumstances indoors and around people who are at high risk which would be true of the flu as well I would not go and visit elderly relatives if I thought it was possible that I'd contracted flu and it was during the flu season I would stay away so it's really not that different from the world that we have been living all along no this is different because they say you can't gather outdoors and you must always wear a mask unless you're a leftist then you can do whatever you want burned out of thing go awry you do whatever you want.
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"Montgomery County this on the interleukin four coals filled road reported a crash activity involving a motorcycle and that's currently blocking the left lane you come up on it and it's be do use caution traveling right after George Avenue over in prince George's county Amarillo before reaching Marber road crash activity cleared to the right shoulder still bit of a delay we were backed up now to the area route for Pennsylvania Avenue over on the interleukin prince George's county ninety five in the B. W. parkway currently traveling and sit in frame we do have the W. T. O. P. traffic caller letting us know we do remain slow on the northbound side of I. two seven E. approaching route one oh nine over on the northbound side we did have creativity near the exit that is been cleared now were backed up on the southbound side between one oh nine and roughly one twenty one in Clarksburg may be a work zone set up otherwise pretty good ride coming down I. two seventy after that all the way down towards the one device no major issues were finding a room fifty Chesapeake Bay bridge should we change the traffic pattern we currently have two lanes heading eastbound three coming eastbound no issues in either direction on route three oh one a good ride across the nice mac Middleton bridge over in Virginia still the ladies were finding on eastbound sixty six before the capitol building at last report crash activity has only a single left lane getting by tired of being tracked online DuckDuckGo can help with one download you can search and browse privately avoid trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplify Steve Dresner WTOP traffic another storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore overnight a lot more clouds filling in temperatures tonight in the upper fifties on the cooler side of things the humidity stays low rain chances can be rolled out along.
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"Montgomery County is working toward a goal of eliminating traffic deaths by the year twenty thirty but new figures from twenty nineteen show the county is not on track there were four hundred ninety six crashes involving pedestrians last year in Montgomery County higher than four hundred eighty one that was the average from the previous three years but as to beat reports thirteen pedestrians died up from the average of twelve well I'm very frustrated with the trajectory that were on county council member Tom Parker chairs the transportation committee he wants to see more done to crack down on distracted driving and make roads safer with more crosswalks and stop lights twenty twenty is already seen one deadly pedestrian crash in the county a man was hit and killed by a car in aspen hill as he tried to cross Georgia Avenue neckline Ellie WTOP news I remember a study last year that said people who live in Charles county have the longest most expensive commute in the country one Maryland lawmaker says the state isn't doing enough to help fix that problem or hours through like a stepchild Maryland state senator Arthur Ellis says while the population in Charles county has exploded in traffic it's gotten way worse the state's transportation apartment ignores the region herbal solutions at all nothing offered to help fix the problem his goal is to see the state built a light rail line from White Plains south of Waldorf all the way up route five to the branch Avenue metro stop he says the state's own studies show the need for what we wore is money to advance the process to to engineering and environmental work to get ready to ask.
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"Now a Montgomery County judge issued a restraining order now that blocks the state from enforcing house bill sixty two the measure would take funding away from communities that use cameras to enforce traffic laws date and city leaders maintain that the cameras have reduced crashes and deaths of back in Warren County has tested positive today for rabies Warren County health district says they found out about the animal just yesterday Toledo is drinking water remains clear is algal blooms are spreading across Lake Erie the city's water quality dashboard indicates a safe water supply they say water testing is conducted every single day and Burger King will start serving their meatless Whopper one week from today the burger chain as selling it's impossible Whopper in just a few test market since April the burger features a meatless Patty made by impossible foods which uses plant based protein as a substitute for meat radio six ten WTVN sports state football opens fall camp on Friday Buckeyes or thirty one days out from the start of the season if the shoe against Florida Atlantic O. S. U. S. fifth in the first coaches poll of the season Clinton has the top spot for the first time in school history in baseball the Columbus clippers but a little bats at Huntington park first pitch tonight seven oh five the Cleveland Indians take on the Houston Astros in the rubber match of their three game series Yasiel Puig will start right field for the tribe week is appealing the three game suspension given to him today for his role in Tuesday's brawl between the rides and the pirates and in the NFL the Broncos battle the falcons at eight PM in the hall of fame game more sports in twenty minutes Eric Reaser newsradio six ten WTVN I'm Alison Wyant stay connected to Columbus on the hour and a half and as news breaks there will be a chance of showers and thunderstorms tonight with a low of sixty five partly cloudy tomorrow with a slight chance of afternoon rain and a high of eighty six currently it is eighty four degrees here's a tender little tale fresh from the.
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"All right. Thanks, Rita, Kelly almost hate to do this, because I think he could maybe could put it away for Friday and Kelly stupid. Now, first of all, you guys have to go to the Montgomery County sheriff's departments Facebook page to actually see this thing. But the Montgomery County sheriff's department deputy pulled over a guy in Amsterdam this week and he saw an inspection sticker made out of construction paper and handwritten. All the months and they have the punch for the month. The inspection expires at all that. So the Montgomery County sheriff's department posted the copy the sticker along with the message. So we appreciate people who take some initiative. However, this will not work as your vehicle inspection sticker. Nice. Try. It's larry. So they arrested a guy thirty five year old guy from Amsterdam Manuel, new knees. He faces a violation vehicle was not registered obviously. And so the, you know, originally, I mean it doesn't it's not very well done, but I will say this, it might have been it might have been affective if you're just passing a cop from a long distance away. It looks like the red sticker, you know. So maybe also do the same thing if your inspection sticker was expired. You know you can't tell cars passing whether the inspection is expired. Yep. Got the date on it. But I mean the colors for the years. Maybe they way expired it was way. So this is so it'll give you a laugh. I'm sure he's not laughing much, but Montgomery County sheriff's department Facebook page for the handwritten sticker. Another rally yesterday at the in Albany for giving licenses to people who are not citizens here. You know, I'm really at a loss now this, this team this movement because we have a lot of downstate legislators, and the Democrats control the state legislature, and the governor's office right now Kelly, but I got the sense that this thing was going to happen now. I'm not so sure. Yeah. I mean I don't know why we're still having this debate. I mean that just opened the door to so many problems in terms of Audra identity theft, and I mean, what's the incentive for people even become citizens? Now, I know we're going to give them all like all the benefits of living in the United States. We'll give you scholarships. Get your license live to be bothered. Yeah. So there's the Republican lawmakers who, again, really aren't in control that they do have some sway, and they can also you know, I think that the, the surveys, the polls show that the public doesn't want this. It's not a matter of hate. I don't think maybe look at there's always some percentage of haters and bigots, but I think a lot of people just feel like it is legitimate security issue, and that also the price of citizenship, and the people who do it the right way shouldn't be disrespected in that fashion. So, so anyway, there's a big rally their supporters argue middle deal to help people, and they'll be more inclined to get insurance. And whatever word that said against that we've met made are up. Positions pretty clear in recent weeks. You got you and your husband you've gotten if you upgraded, your driver's licenses Kelly, I God, that's a bad Linden also. And it's a little bit of a process, speaking of which unless you're maybe a legal. It'd be a lot easier. But did you guys what did you end up with? You have the real idea in the enhanced we did, too. It's the it's the most expensive ones thirty bucks more than the real I d. But for the we're simplifying it, you really you're going to need to fly. Even domestically the rely ID, right? The enhanced does it gets you border crossings in Canada. I mean not see if you can't cross the ocean and go into, you know. Ireland or whatever. Only go into Mexico and I got the enhanced. I mean it's valid for longtime. It's only thirty bucks more and, you know, if I let's say we go to Canada fairly often, so if I forgot my passport, at least, I have it now. And so, but you have to jump through a few hoops, documentation wise to get that, you know. Yeah. And you have to show. I mean if you go to the DMV website, which I strongly recommend you, it will give you a checklist from each category. At you need your social security card. You need like a utility Bill. You need a whole lot of different things that you wouldn't normally have needed before, although Roger lessons poll wallet. So you're like, what do you wanna show have association but you keep your social security card in your wallet? He's like not anymore. I don't keep minor. No fire. Fire retardant thoughts. Yeah. So the deal is you're gonna have to deal with it. Unless you never wanna fly again, this is even domestic flights. You have until October of twenty twenty and let's face it, there's going to be a run. The guy at the envy, was telling us. You know I it's busy now where do you see what happens come October? It's going to be crazy next October next October. Right. And, you know, like the six months leading up to go be insane. You know, even if you have time left on your license, I'd just, just do it because you're going to be you're going to have to do it, and it's going to be a living. Hell at the time. I saw Syracuse TV stations at a follow up report. Our license plates are still feeling like crazy. I mean mine is fine. I don't know why mine is better with Rogers, but his is a mess. Is it really fine too? But they're still having big problems. They had problems with the old white ones. Now at the orange ones, I don't know. I don't mean to say, like you know this day and age. Put a man on the moon. We can't get a license plate that doesn't peel fleas, and obviously your, this is your warning. Again, the state announced they're doing their stock DWI crackdown for the long holiday weekend all throughout the region. The, the checkpoints etcetera will be begin on Friday and then running right through Tuesday. So there's your official warning Chuck and Kelly's six forty one. My team is turning the tide.
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"Students in Montgomery County are planning a massive walkout next month to Mark one year to to the date of the park land Florida shootings last year. We are. Put pressure on our national lawmakers to implement reform legislation. Michael Solomon, a junior add spring brook high school with Montgomery County students for change says he understands concerns that MCS has about student safety during the walkout. We're doing everything. We can't make sure that seems safe and responsible transportation to and from Mexico and to DC in fact now walkout to include seventeen minutes of silence. Honor the seventeen killed in the park land Florida school shooting, Barbara WMA, Ellen Wm AL dot com. Another secret of the Catholic church has been revealed. There are apparently guidelines for priests who father children, it's the first time. The Vatican acknowledged that such rules exist. It was first reported by the New York Times after a man by the name of Vincent Doyle told the paper about what he had seen Doyle, whose father was a priest said he was shown the document winning traveled to Rome in search of Justice for children of priests. The news came as the Vatican prepared for three day meeting of. Bishops on sex abuse later this week Chicago's cardinal sue pitches. Among those chairing the meeting there is a new day in terms of transparency. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Checking your money. The Dow is down thirty two points at this hour. The NASDAQ up Ken up next, traffic and weather on WMA L something happened. The you've got.
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