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Police on scene of deadly bowling alley shooting in Montgomery County
"Fire at a bowling alley in Montgomery County, killing at least one person tonight. Several other people are wounded. It happened at our town alley, formerly known as Facenda Whitaker Bowling Lane at Germantown Pike and Swede Road. In East Norton. We have a crew going to the bowling alley, and we'll bring you the very latest stay with K y
School closings and changes in the Washington, D.C. region for Thursday, Feb. 18
"Area is closed today. Given our Ice and snow in D. C public schools virtual learning. Is on in public schools in Maryland. We've got some closures and arrundell counties is closed. Calvert County has gone code virtual. I guess that means that they are doing virtual school through their Microsoft teams program. Carroll County, Charles County, Frederick County closed Howard County's virtual Montgomery County Virtual Prince George's virtual, Um, ST Mary's County, running on a two hour delay. This morning over in Virginia. We got Alexandria City, the building's air closed virtual learning. Continues. Arlington County schools They say level one and two students are temporally reverting to distance learning, and and all all students students will will participate participate in in their their regular regular synchronous synchronous distance distance Learning Learning Falls Falls Church Church City City His His virtual virtual learning learning and and Fairfax Fairfax County County closed neither virtual nor in person more on that In a moment. Fuck your county closed for all learning. Loudon County, All their offices are closed. Their distance learning in hybrid classes are canceled. Manassas City closed Prince William County schools closed all learning Spotsylvania closed. Stafford closed s. Oh, there's a quick rundown. But again, you can stay up to speed on all of those changes anytime. The weather gets crazy on W m a l dot com Now what's the deal here? Beverly
Houston mayor optimistic about power restorations as conditions remain dire
"Conference this afternoon, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says he's been on the phone with her cot today. The hope is that some power will be restored. You know, sometime today I do know that some households their power have been restored, and I specifically asked. Can you quantify how many people Households. Power will be restored at that time. I didn't get a specific response. But I do here to this point that about 400,000 households. Power will be restored sometime today. George Munich with the Office of Public Safety, Ask any businesses who have power to allow people to charge their cell phones and devices. And as that neighbors help neighbors thinking those like mattress Mac for opening both gallery furniture locations as shelters and warming centers, the grebes fall, So we're thankful for others that are opening up the warming centers. So if you don't have electricity or in the cold again, both gallery furniture locations are open. Lakewood Church is also open in Montgomery County warming centers are open at over under church in Conroe and Lone Star Convention Center in Conroe. Church Project and Pruitt and Woodlands and Madly Ranch Elementary School in Galveston. You'd go to the Maguire Debt Recreation Center.
Prince George's County partners with Glenn Dale, Maryland, church to deliver vaccine to residents
"Mass vaccination site set up in Montgomery County, while in neighboring Prince George's county, the site at six flags is being under used by some local residents. Most of the appointments were taken up by folks from other parts of the state. Montgomery County, for example, had 3300 people make appointments. Dennis Schrader, Maryland's acting health secretary, says vaccination efforts for Prince George's county residents are falling short there. When Senator Jim Rosapepe wants the state to do a better job reaching out Yet with those in Maryland who know the community, Joe Biden is not gonna solve this problem for we have solved here. Trader says They are partnering with one local large church in Glendale to help with vaccine distribution. Barbara
Democrats defend their impeachment strategy after acquittal
"Of the aisle are speaking out a day after the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump ended with his acquittal. The 57 to 43 vote in the Senate fell well short of the two thirds majority required to convict Mr Trump of the charge of incitement of insurrection. Montgomery County Congresswoman Madeline Dean was one of the impeachment managers. She appeared on ABC and says members of the GOP who voted not guilty are sending a bad message to the country. I give credit to the seven Republicans who stood with us. Followed the fax who looked at the law who looked at the evidence and found this president guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors. South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham on Fox News Sunday says even the current vice president could be an impeachment target of the same process were used against her. If you use this model, I don't know how Kamila Harris Doesn't get impeached that the Republicans take over the house because she actually belled out. Rioters and one of the writers went back to the streets and broke somebody's head open. So we've opened Pandora's box here and I'm said for the country, it remains to be seen if Mr Trump will face criminal charges stemming from the capital Riot. Federal investigators in Washington say they're looking into everyone who played a role. No
CVS Health kicks off COVID-19 vaccinations in Virginia
"Is now an is option, now an option, but it may not but be it so may not easy be so to easy get to a vaccine get a vaccine there. there. The pharmacy The pharmacy chain gave chain out its gave first out its vaccines. first vaccines. Yesterday, Yesterday, According to According Virginia's to Virginia's vaccine vaccine coordinator, coordinator, Dr Dani Dr Ebola, Dani Ebola, They continued They continued to open up to open new appointments up new appointments on a rolling on basis. a rolling basis. Those who were Those 65 who were 65 over over across across the state the state so so 65 65 over about 26,000 over about 26,000 new doses new doses for weeks. for weeks. If you If pre registered you pre registered with the state with the that state does not that does not put you on put a wait you list on a wait for CBS. list for CBS. It's a separate It's a system. separate system. You won't You be won't able to be pre able register to pre register for a vaccine for a vaccine with your local with your health local department health department this weekend. this weekend. With the exception With the exception of Fairfax of Fairfax County. Those County. systems Those have systems been taken have been down taken down as Virginia as Virginia prepares prepares to launch to a statewide launch a statewide pre registration pre registration system Tuesday system Tuesday at 8 A.m. at 8 A.m. if you already if you already pre registered pre registered with your local with your health local department health department You do not You do need not to pre need register to pre register again with again the state with the state Montgomery Montgomery County's making County's changes making changes to speed to up speed lines, up a lines, covert a covert
CVS Health kicks off COVID-19 vaccinations in Virginia
"Is now an option, but it may not be so easy to get a vaccine there. The pharmacy chain gave out its first vaccines. Yesterday, According to Virginia's vaccine coordinator, Dr Dani Ebola, They continued to open up new appointments on a rolling basis. Those who were 65 over across the state so 65 over about 26,000 new doses for weeks. If you pre registered with the state that does not put you on a wait list for CBS. It's a separate system. You won't be able to pre register for a vaccine with your local health department this weekend. With the exception of Fairfax County. Those systems have been taken down as Virginia prepares to launch a statewide pre registration system Tuesday at 8 A.m. if you already pre registered with your local health department You do not need to pre register again with the state Montgomery County's making changes to speed up lines, a covert
Trump lawyers rest case after 3 hours as Senate draws closer to vote
"Their case after less than three hours today. Invoking the principle of free speech, and they repeatedly showed video montages of Democrats saying the word fight in a variety of contexts to suggest that Democrats have a double standard to have his lawyers are from this area Center City attorney Michael Vander Wien and former Montgomery County D. A. Bruce Castor more from correspondent Lillian Luciano. In closing arguments for President Trump's impeachment, defense attorney Bruce Castor focused his efforts on presenting Trump as a pro law and order president. President clearly deplores rioters and political violence and did so throughout his term as president. He did little to address why the president wouldn't stop writers immediately upon them storming the Capitol. He also argued that if the attack on the Capitol was premeditated, the president's words on that day could not have pushed his followers into action. The January 6 speech did not cause the riots. The president did not cause the riots, and he dismissed claims that the former president tried to interfere in the Georgia election results. And Senator submitted written questions to the impeachment managers and Mr Trump's attorneys alternating between the two parties. The trial is speeding toward a conclusion There could be a vote this weekend. The Senate expected to reconvene the trial attend Saturday morning. Although timing for a vote after that, to acquit or convict is not yet locked in Democrats would need a minimum 17 Republican senators to convict Among the Republicans whom Democrats are iIn as the trial wraps up our frequent trump critics, including Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Ben Sasse of Nebraska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Susan Collins of Maine. They also are looking at retiring senators, including Pennsylvania's path to me, and perhaps most importantly, looking at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Charges were filed
2 brothers stage stabbing hoax so they could post prank on social media
"Silver Spring Brothers facing criminal charges. After one pretended to stab the other in a hoax in their own home. His brothers set this problem up in their house. They had their family members believing that one had been stacked. So when the officer arrived, is a very chaotic scene, 21 Year old Dennis and Gene and his 19 year old brother, Pierre pretended, have been fighting in the home and white oak, all for his social media prank. Montgomery County police Sergeant Rebecca in a sent a one of the brothers. Who was pretending to be injured, sat up and said, This is all a hoax. I'm really okay and this is proper Lud. Most brothers are now facing very real criminal charges.
Woman stabbed during attempted sexual assault and robbery in Gaithersburg, Maryland
"Police are searching for the man who attacked a woman last week after she got off a bus in Gaithersburg. The 52 year old was stabbed during the attempted robbery and sexual assault, which happened just after nine in the evening. On February the third, the attacker fled as a car approached. This was near the intersection of Washington Grove Lane and Emily Dr Montgomery County police want to hear from you If you saw any suspicious activity around that
Key moments from the second day of Trump's impeachment trial
"Wrapped up in former President Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate. It was dominated by documentation of how events unfolded leading up to the January 6th ride at the U. S. Capitol. House impeachment managers are trying to convince their colleagues in the Senate to convict Mr Trump for inciting a riot through his tweets, speeches and interviews interspersed with previously unseen and unheard Capitol security recordings that these senators heard. One of the prosecutors, Montgomery County Congresswoman Madeline Dean argues Mr Trump did all he could to stay in power. Even after he lost the election. Trump was not suing to ensure election integrity. He was pursuing lawsuits that would, in effect strip away American votes so that he could win. Lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, a Democratic congressman from Maryland, refers to the former president as the insider in chief and likened him to a rogue fire chief. This case is much worse than someone who falsely shouts Fire in a crowded theater. It's more like a case where the town fire chief Who's paid to put out fires sends the mob not to yell fire in a crowded theater, but to actually set the theater on fire. And who then, when the fire alarms go off in the calls, start flooding into the fire department asking for help does nothing but sit back, encourage the mob to continue its rampage and watch the fire spread on TV. Clea and delight after the impeachment managers finished presenting their case scheduled for tomorrow. Mr. Trump's team will then have the same two days to present their side. Resin.
Students in Montgomery Co. will begin returning to classrooms in March
"County was the last jurisdiction in the reach. And to have a total ban on the indoor dining. Kate Ryan. W T. O p. New news this afternoon a transition to in person learning Once again we'll start next month for Montgomery County Public School. Students who choose to small groups of students with special needs can begin transitioning back March 1st with other groups to follow March 15th. Number of students allowed to return will be based on staffing and
Montgomery County Deputy Shoots, Kills Erratic Driving Suspect
"County police chief Marcus Jones says a man drove the wrong way on Route one awake near Layton's Ville, forcing a car off the road and into a telephone pole. Before crashing head on and was second vehicle. We received multiple 911 calls about this vehicle driving erratically and and the collisions themselves on Lakeville on Lee Road where the vehicles crashed. Police say the man emerged from his car swinging a piece of wood. Montgomery County Sheriff Darren Popkin says a deputy and route to work confronted the man first with his electronic stun gun. But it did not stop the individual. Hey, kept swinging the large piece of wood at the deputy as he was backing up. Sheriff Popkin says The deputy then fired his service weapon, killing the man. Hopkins says the deputy was traded at the hospital. None of the other drivers or passengers required hospitalization in Gaithersburg, Dick Uliano w T o P. News.
Perkiomen Valley buses halted after COVID-19 kills driver, Philadelphia
"Globally in Montgomery County School District is shutting down transportation for several days after a school bus driver died from Copeland covert 19 complications and dozens have tested positive. More from K Y W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim L. Work perk. Yeoman Valley School bus driver leaned. Himes died Monday. She's one of the least 25 bus drivers and bus staff with the company the district contracts with for transportation who have tested positive for covert 19 At a school board meeting Earlier this week, District officials expressed their condolences to Himes, friends and family. They also say this is a reminder of the importance of following safety guidelines. They're working with the bus company S T, A and the Montgomery County Office of Public Health. Determine if all safety protocols were being followed. Bus transportation in the district has shut down through Monday. The district says no students have tested positive in S. T, a spokesperson says. All drivers and aides are required to wear masks or face shields at all times. Any affected drivers are isolating for 10 days after their positive test and will only return once they're no longer showing symptoms. And they say all impacted Busses were taking out of service for cleaning at the suburban bureau Jim Mel worked Ky W News radio.
Trump lawyers exit impeachment defense after he pushed them to cite false election claims
"Trump Senate Impeachment trial is scheduled to begin one week from tomorrow. The former president made a last minute change to his defense team after His five attorneys quit here's correspondent Erica to risk A trial Lawyers David showing and Bruce Castor will now lead former President Trump's impeachment defense showing previously represented Trump's longtime political confident Roger Stone. Castor was the district attorney in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, who declined to prosecute Bill Cosby on sex assault charges were told Trump's former team resigned in part because of disagreements over how to mount his defense. Lawyers had planned to argue the constitutionality of a trial for a former president. He may have one of them to press his false claims of a stolen election. The House impeach Donald Trump, on one charge of incitement of insurrection for the January 6 Capitol Hill riot. It would take seven Republican senators to vote to convict along with Old Democrats, which appears at this point to be unlikely.
Snow disrupts some COVID vaccine, testing operations in Philadelphia region
"And despite all the snow, the Philadelphia Health Department will operate. It's covert 19 vaccine clinic at one location Monday. If you had an appointment already, and you can also reschedule if you like, but has killed abuse, Sherrod a. Howard reports. Storm is disrupting a lot of other vaccination appointments all over the place. In Delaware County. The courthouse and government center will be closed. People with appointments for vaccinations on Monday will be contacted to reschedule. Montgomery County officials say all county covert 19 testing sites will be closed Monday. With the expectation of re opening Tuesday. Weather permitting the county's cove in 19 vaccination clinics, scheduled for Monday at the Community College will be closed. Those registered for appointments will be automatically rescheduled, or Norristown High School on February 5th emails, noting the changes have already Gone out in New Jersey. The Camden County Covert 19 Vaccination center is also canceling all appointments scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, and those with appointments will have to manually reschedule. All six vaccine mega sites in New Jersey are also closed on Monday, but you'll get a call about rescheduling. If you already had an appointment.
WHO investigators begin looking into coronavirus origin in Wuhan, China
"Team has finished their quarantine and the Chinese city of Wuhan and now the begin a field work in a fact finding mission on the origins of the virus that caused the pandemic. The researchers were required to complete 14 days in quarantine after arriving in China. Now the mission has become politically charged as China seeks to avoid blame for alleged Mr Abstinence early response to the outbreak. A major question is where the Chinese side will allow the researchers to go and whom they'll be able to talk to Montgomery County has set
More Contagious COVID-19 Variant Reported In Northern Virginia
"Some urgency in Virginia, where the state's confirmed its first case of a variant covert strain that more contagious and potentially deadly. Then the original strain. The case was found and in Northern Virginia resident who has had no recent travel history, this variant first emerged in the United Kingdom in early 200 cases of the street have been identified across 23 states. Just since last Friday. Montgomery County's
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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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"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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"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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"Town of Montgomery County says they'll reopen number two the move bombing thirty five years later and recapping our top story New Jersey begins to slowly lift Hovik nineteen restrictions that's all ahead the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Frank trainer Poynton quiet is that the editors desks Berks county says they will not by governor Tom wolf ordered to stay closed the details on that from K. Y. W. spark Abrams there were indications in statements from the Berks commissioners in recent days that they might defy the wolf administration and go along with some other counties threatening to reopen during a Wednesday briefing however the commissioners announced they will continue to comply with the governor's directives by chairman Christian Leinbach says the county will aggressively plead its case we are not giving up on re opened in Berks county we are calling on the governor of Pennsylvania to do the right thing and to allow businesses that have the ability and are willing to implement effective health and safety standards to allow them to open Laibach warranted several small businesses in the community already have decided to close for good or are on the verge of going out of business lightboxes Berks is working on a detailed plan with the health care community and businesses to safely and responsibly reopen the county in reading mark Abrams K. Y. W. news radio so that's Berks county in Montgomery County they're still in governor wolf's so called red zone which means that they can't open up just yet but there's one town in north western Montgomery County that's voted to defy that order by the governor and reopen that story from our suburban bureau chief Jim Miller Inspur mayor Vicky like caps as they passed a resolution to start the process of allowing businesses in town to reopen based on CDC guidelines we have to have a balance in protecting password at but also protecting our small does that lead couples on don Jr Dennis show on twelve ten W. PhD were C. says language is still being finalized but she questions why her town should be held to the same standards as the rest of my camera county looking at the numbers and especially with our surrounding municipalities are numbers have increased and weren't ready to do this in response Montgomery County commissioner Val aka says numbers have been trending in the right direction county wide for the past week she says regardless of what elected officials to she hopes residents continue to follow the governor's guidelines and we would hope that they would honor their shared responsibility as a member of this community to do the right thing at the suburban bureau Jim Edward K. Y. W. news radio changing topics thirty five years ago a bomb was dropped on the move compound on Osage Avenue in West Philadelphia that bomb killed eleven people including children escape with abuse Kristin Joe Hanson does is even now three decades later one journalist who was there still thinks it's all too real it was thirty five years ago but to me it wasn't for more than twenty four hours long time W. C. A. U. photo journalist Pete Kane was inside a home about a block from the move compound rolling his camera from inside that home and giving live reports over a land mine active veteran TV and radio reporter where we came from where from our field was something like I was in a war zone he was a new dad the boys were whizzing by okay here with tools and all I could think about was my three legal side for just a moment he went downstairs to get something to eat the house shook that was the moment a bomb was dropped on to the compound carafe graph Alfa number giving way to then police commissioner Gregory Samper's words let the fire burn okay can you see any movement at all on the part of Philadelphia firefighters and they moved in yet they have not moved six adults and five children were killed knowing the kids are in the house the bomb.
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"Two deaths in Montgomery County connected to the coronavirus brings the total in the county to eight a two month old is among the dozens of the latest announced cases that have pushed the county's total over five sixty Montgomery County commissioner Val Barker says that plans for surge capacity at the county's hospitals are in the works but she can't say anything else until they're finalized in addition Montgomery County is part of the effort at the Glen mills school in Delaware County to create some surge capacity there argues says even though New York governor Andrew Cuomo is asking for volunteers you can hear my voice and you live in Pennsylvania I'm asking you to stay here in Pennsylvania because we might need you so please do not go to New York as far as protective equipment like masks and gowns he says they understand the struggles that health care workers and first responders are dealing with Montgomery County officials are publicly calling out the company behind the Limerick nuclear generating station over concerns the company went forward with the refuelling project while ignoring precautions to protect their workers or the community from corona virus is K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim bell work like every county commissioner valor because that's when the county learned about the project at the last minute that included bringing in eighteen hundred workers they asked to be postponed she says the company refused but did commit to things like social distancing the work site today our department of public safety received notice that it hearings to social distancing measures may not be occurring at the work site she's publicly called out excellent saying with the refuelling under way they have the responsibility to explain to the public what safety precautions are in place and the steps that Exxon is taking to protect the employees in the plant first responders residents in our communities and the workers brought into the plant for the refueling and excellent spokeswoman says revealing scribble in the company of strict procedures in place including taking temperatures of workers requiring social distancing frequent hand washing and remote work when possible in Eagleville Jamelle work K. Y. W. news radio almost nineteen thousand New Jersey residents have come down with covert nineteen to sixty seven have died South Jersey numbers aren't nearly that start with just more than six hundred cases in at least fifteen deaths governor Phil Murphy is dealing not just with the pandemic but its aftermath as we hear from Cabo W. South Jersey bureau chief David Madden there's the economic plan to be sure in the governor's working on that but he's worried about a possible encore the virus after New Jersey is dealt with it brought in from out of state we're sure as heck not going to go through the pain we're going through to go down the road and find just because of some other non compliant non aggressive policies in other states in America having people from those states then coming back into New Jersey and restarting the fire movie didn't single out a particular statement didn't say when he might have an answer to that of more immediate concern close to a quarter of the state's nursing homes now have at least one case of the virus their new rules in place the isolate infected residents while making sure everyone else in the place where the mask water companies across New Jersey have agreed not to shut people off for now if you're cooped up the state parks are open.
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"Montgomery County they were never able to trace how she got it he says even after she was hospitalized at the time she still didn't qualify for testing they were still asking questions such as thank you for your travel to China or Europe or Italy recently are you aware that you've been in contact with someone who I tested positive which in my opinion was a tough question since testing was so few and far between she eventually did test positive and is out of the hospital recovering at home now his father in law has symptoms after negative test his doctors told him to isolate the sumi as doing any activity to still really wind him and knock him out and I think we have a couple more days of that tie his wife and kids are quarantined for fourteen days while they're clear he says it still gets in your head and get you think in the worst one of our kids have to go to the hospital and and you know we're not permitted to go into the hospital with them like how is that going to work he says they learned to take it one day at a time and just do what you can to protect yourself at the suburban bureau Jim not once he went above your news radio hundreds of tablet computers are now in the hands of Philadelphia toddlers who were closed out of their preschool programs by the coronavirus is K. Y. W. as Mike denardo keeping their social distance staffers from eight PM dropped off tablets to the homes of more than six hundred three to five year old children who would normally be at one of the non profits for preschool centers from west Kensington to hunting park the children will now not only be able to connect with their teachers live but they can explore on their own says Dr Donald price ATMs V. P. for education intervened however because of the casual apps on it and so they come preloaded with those apps and they will receive a lesson plan and activities so that they can go through the activities but their what their families crisis it's critical for young children to continue to learn in the early years when their brains are absorbing so much funding for the tablets was provided by corporate donations and price says the tablets are the children's to keep Mike denardo KYW newsradio the Philadelphia archdiocese is using social media to power a virtual Lenten retreat this week K. Y. W. as market brooms has that story the corona virus pandemic that spawned a stay at home orders in Philadelphia and the suburban counties has made no public masses or Lenten devotions for the faithful but each night at seven this week of a variety of speakers will appear on arch bishop Nelson Perez is Facebook page or Instagram account with a free series of talks and meditations father Dennis gill is the director of the arch diocesan office for divine worship what we really want to do is make this retreat bailable and are very unique situation during the stay at home period where everyone can participate virtually but yet somehow together in hearing the word of the lord Gil says the goal is to reach out to so many feeling disconnected at this time I think it's really important for all Catholics for all people to know that even though the situation is grave at the moment and there's a lot of uncertainty we need to really keep our eyes on the crucified and risen lord Marc Abrams K. Y. W. news right let's say you just bought a house bad news.
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"Montgomery County they were never able to trace how she got it he says even after she was hospitalized at the time she still didn't qualify for testing they were still asking questions such as thank you for your travel to China or Europe or Italy recently are you aware that you've been in contact with someone who had tested positive which in my opinion was a tough question since testing was so few and far between she eventually did test positive and is out of the hospital recovering at home now his father in law has symptoms after negative test his doctors told him to isolate the sumi as doing any activity just still really wind him and knock him out and I think we have a couple more days of that tie his wife and kids are quarantined for fourteen days while they're clear he says it still gets in your head and get you think in the worst one of our kids have to go to the hospital and and you know we're not permitted to go into the hospital with them like how is that going to work he says they learned to take it one day at a time and just do what you can to protect yourself at the suburban bureau Jim not once he went above your news radio hundreds of tablet computers are now in the hands of Philadelphia toddlers who were closed out of their preschool programs by the coronavirus is K. Y. W. as Mike denardo keeping their social distance staffers from eight PM dropped off tablets to the homes of more than six hundred three to five year old children who would normally be at one of the non profits for preschool centers from west Kensington to hunting park the children will now not only be able to connect with their teachers live but they can explore on their own says Dr Donald price ATMs V. P. for education and health workers educational apps on it and so they come preloaded with those apps and they will receive a lesson plan and activities so that they can go through the activities but there with their families crisis it's critical for young children to continue to learn in the early years when their brains are absorbing so much funding for the tablets was provided by corporate donations and price says the tablets are the children's to keep Mike denardo KYW newsradio the Philadelphia archdiocese is using social media to power up of virtual Lenten retreat this week K. Y. W. as mark Abrams has that story the corona virus pandemic that spawned stay at home orders in Philadelphia and the suburban counties has made no public masses or Lenten devotions for the faithful but each night at seven this week of a variety of speakers will appear on arch bishop Nelson Perez is Facebook page or Instagram account with a free series of talks and meditations father Dennis gill is the director of the arch diocesan office for divine worship what we really want to do is make this retreat bailable and are very unique situation during the stay at home period where everyone can participate virtually but yet somehow together in hearing the word of the lord Gil says the goal is to reach out to so many feeling disconnected at this time I think it's really important for all Catholics for all people to know that even though the situation is grave at the moment and there's a lot of uncertainty we need to really keep our eyes on the crucified and risen lord Marc Abrams KYW newsradio hi it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey Hey Hey and trombone was Bob wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming after they've come at jet yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new lyrics of the rhetoric the insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage much limited by state law life.
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"Montgomery County says three more nursing homes are being impacted by corona virus either from patients who contracted or from staffers and that's leading to some increased efforts to stop the flow to residents at Brighton gardens in Bethesda as well as staffers at fox chase rehab and nursing in the Fairland center in Silver Spring are among the latest confirm coronavirus cases in Montgomery County it's leading to changes in those facilities in group sessions doing more frequent vital sign checks on residents in terms of checking for fever and oxygen levels any sign of any type of illness if you can recall related symptoms they're taking the temperatures are staff members when they come to work and sometimes when they're leaving says Dr Travis gales the chief health officer in Montgomery County he says several other nursing homes are taking the same steps now he says everyone needs to stay vigilant and limit outside contact John dome and WTOP news Virginia long time term care facility dealing with a corona virus outbreaks as two more residents have died bringing the total up to six the Canterbury rehab and healthcare center says two residents were presume positive for covert nineteen and they have died within the last twenty four hours Canterbury says those residents test results have not been confirmed four deaths were reported earlier in the week the top local health official tells the AP the facility is facing a shortage of both personal protective equipment for its workers and a staffing shortage and when Maryland announced daycare centers would have to close unless they were serving essential personnel many got moving Gloria Salazar of the Cole's real learning center in Silver Spring said the order from the Maryland state department of education meant she had to close to existing clients who were not deemed essential personnel some of them I I need to be afraid because they don't know what they are going to do with their kids but she said many of her existing clients fall into that essential personnel category notices doctors we have one police officer have your service who runs low enough daycare in rock hill said the new order called for a thorough disinfecting before opening to essential personnel on Monday we haven't had the need to run out and get paper towels or Lysol or bleach with respect for our in fact on some of my colleagues in the industry are if if they remain open to be shorter dissimilar no we don't have stuff to share he Brian WTOP news drive thru corona virus testing is now an option in Montgomery County medstar health is operating the drive through to Estacion at the Pauline Betz addy tennis center on democracy Boulevard in Bethesda is the first of its kind in Montgomery County Bethesda magazine reports testing is limited to people who have a physician's order to get a test it can come through med star's eve is it system a virtual telehealth service or through a med star primary care physician or urgent care center Maryland is still working on a plan to convert some state emission inspection stations into drive three testing sites Kyle Cooper WTOP news the federal government will pay for the Virginia National Guard to operate during the pandemic governor Ralph Northam says the defense department agreed to his request to have the feds pick up the tab under the deal the governor still commands the National Guard but the federal government fully absorbs the cost northern have said if the National Guard is used it will likely be to dispense the plies equipment and to help out at hospitals coming up after traffic and weather if working from home is difficult for you we've got some tips from people who've been doing it for years it's eleven oh zero one oh seven we've got all the news right I'm a stop you right there I see you about to settle on a Dale donut for breakfast well.
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"Most accurate forecast Callon well starting Friday all schools in Montgomery county will be closed for two weeks including pre K. higher ed and private schools that word come from from a governor wolf who also says community centers and gyms and entertainment venues are closed as well he Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim Miller reports from the Montgomery County public operation center Mike Emery county commissioner Valerie says these steps are not being taken lightly we are learning from the countries and the states that have come before us specifically list new Rochelle New York in Italy's saying there was a time early on when more drastic steps could have slowed the spread just calling on businesses in Montgomery County to do all they can to keep people from having to come into work for example having them work remotely the goal is to protect members of the public whose jobs are critical and cannot be done remotely at a central businesses that are to stay open including healthcare providers gas stations pharmacies and grocery stores in addition to a lower Merion couple who both contracted coronavirus while traveling in the U. S. two other cases both connected to the doctor from chopping up Russia including an emergency worker who was on the call the doctor's home or Kerr says of all equipment is provided is worn properly they're confident first responders will be protected five positive cases are not connected to that shop doctor including a lower Providence police officer and six law enforcement officials in Chester County are now quarantined after they responded to a bomb threat with that officer over the weekend in Eagleville Montgomery County Jamelle working whatever you news radio ten dot has closed all of its driver's license centers in Montgomery County as a result of governor wolf orders shutting down state operations license centers in king of Prussia Norristown Huntington valley Harleysville Pottstown in Ardmore will remain closed through Friday March twenty seventh Philadelphia officials say there's only one confirmed case of coronavirus in the city nonetheless they've banned any gathering larger than one thousand people and recommend against gatherings of more than two hundred fifty the YWCA LPO chief Pat Loeb reports health commissioner Tom Farley says the ban on large gatherings is meant to prevent the spread of the virus there are a large crowds there is greater risk greater risks that one person in that crowd may have this infection and if there is that one person then there's greater people for that one person to potentially expose Farley has advice for organizations that proceed with gatherings under a thousand such as sufficient space for attendees keep some distance and no hugging or hand shaking hello but he's not recommending cancelling all gatherings credit small gatherings then you start to prohibit gatherings that are really it's essential to the functioning of a society he's also not recommending closing stores restaurants or businesses he acknowledges the precautions may make some people fearful that he had this message for the people of Philadelphia are tough they're tougher than any virus well we're not a we're gonna manage through this at the emergency operations center Pat Loeb K. Y. W. news radio responding to governor walls coronavirus.
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"Cases are a Montgomery County county commissioners chair Dr Valerie Arkush says none of them is from what they call community spread vigil did not contract the virus here in Montgomery County they contracted it by traveled to another area of the United States were corona virus is active patients are all recovering at home in New Jersey latest cases involved to north Jersey meant thirty two and seventy years old among the six a sixty one year old man from cherry hills along South Jersey case the twenty seven others across the garden state are under investigation that's one in Camden County to in Cumberland County the presumed cases are being analyzed by the centers for disease control for official confirmation no word on when that might come the Pennsylvania and New Jersey have declared emergencies New Jersey not yet at that point yet according to Matt flak in the chief counsel to the governor real question why do we need that already did you think that we can't currently DO that hasn't been the case yeah it's obviously an active discussion as soon as it is the case the governor will will take action state officials say they'll take part in a conference call with vice president Mike pence who's coordinating the federal response that's coming up later today now the outbreak is tanking Wall Street futures this morning trading sold stock uses down so low they triggered a roll call to limit down trading that limits losses to five percent so what's causing all this while the corona virus outbreak is part of it the other part a price war on oil the price of crude down nearly twenty percent and that's having a ripple effect on big parts of the economy CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger US oil producers rely on oil being at a high enough level so that they can make money so this is not very good for the energy industry in the United States and in this case we want to remember that it's not just these big huge oil producers the fracking industry is made up of a lot of smaller companies a lot of room of borrowed money to keep their businesses afloat now there is some good news though demand for oil in China has started to pick up again in the next please keep an eye on is Europe where the outbreak in Italy could hurt the oil market now a cruise ship carrying at least twenty one people confirmed to have the virus is expected to dock in Oakland sometime today the grand princess has been in limbo since Wednesday when officials learned a man who travel on the same ship last month died of the virus CBS news correspondent Nancy chan with more on what happens next nineteen crew members and two passengers have tested positive for the corona virus officials say the more than thirty five hundred people on board will be moved to military medical facilities around the nation for testing both who test positive will be kept isolated so that they cannot expose other people we don't want to put communities at risk there are over five hundred cases confirmed cases of the corona virus in the U. S. across thirty four states now the gyms are places where people congregate so what precautions are being taken against corona virus there K. Y. W. set us because mistakes.
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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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"Montgomery County that was opposed to reopen. Earlier this month will stay closed for at least another year and a half. The news has businesses in the stretch between Germantown pike and Plymouth roads, a little frustrated and third thing to know this morning. There's pollen just about everywhere. And that keeping south jersey allergy doctor, busy, not only seem patients, but counting an analyzer the pollen. That's in the air. Would Tim is has the story when Dr Donald divorce and gets the asthma center in laurel. Yes. To the roof, there's a contraption there that sucks air particles pollen singled out, the pollen is. Collected onto a slide, which is in the middle of our slide machine called the Burkhard sport trap divorce. Then gets that slide under a microscope counts breaks down the pollen by what tree they actually came from. We actually submit our numbers to the national allergy bureau, which is part of the American Academy. Valerie says in recent days pollen has been at an extreme level. And when makes this particular stretch so rough is that several types of trees are pollinating at the same time. It just so happens coincides with pine and oak for this time of the year and mulberry. So they all come together creating a powerful combination that has a lot of people's knees in coughing and just feeling lousy doctor. Void says rain should help. But if you're feeling worse than over the counter medicines aren't working that you should see it allergy. Doctor Tim Jimenez, edible you News Radio. This CD says measles is making a resurgence in the US CBS news anchor. Kenneth Cragg has more Maizels cases in the US have climbed there high. Highest level in twenty five years. Health officials say it's largely because of misinformation is turning parents against vaccines. New York City is reporting sixty one new cases since just last week. According to an Associated Press count that pushes this year's national tally pass the six hundred sixty seven cases reported for all of twenty fourteen in from the says the longer these outbreaks continue the greater the chance measles will again get a sustained foothold in the US. Tempe. Eight now a year long program to get drug addicts into treatment programs in Burlington county is expanding into third municipality. May he would David Madden reports from Burlington city will join each in Pemberton township since strict treatment, basically you show up ask for help. Police check in address any outstanding warrants and you either going to a program or they said things up more than one hundred people have done just that since the program's inception. According to Burlington county prosecutor Scott caffeine. I am hopeful that for the first time in at least five years, the number of fatal overdoses in our county will decrease this year, and that we are starting to see the light at the end of this dark tunnel. Burlington welfare the service Wednesday and Thursday afternoons joining Shimon Mondays and on Tuesdays. No tax dollars used no insurance is necessary to get the treatment. In fact, you don't even have to live in the county to take part in Burlington. David Madden KYW's for the diocese of Allentown has launched a compensate. Shen program for victims of thirty sex abuse. Similar to the one started here in Philadelphia. He would Marc Abrahams reports met Kerr director of communications for the Allentown. Diocese says Washington DC based attorney Kenneth Feinberg and his colleague Camille bios will administer the diocese independent reconciliation compensation program. Both run a similar program.
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"Bread. Montgomery county. Police are investigating after an officer involved shooting in Germantown happened yesterday afternoon when police responded to a call about a man in the street with a gun man listed now in serious condition after the shots were fired at happened near the intersection of cross lower court and cross laurel drive a double murder in Fairfax in Faulk. Your county Virginia a father and son found dead in their Bilton home on Salisbury lane after the family requested a welfare check the men identified. It sixty one year old Wong. And twenty two year old American win the sheriff's office. Now, calling those deaths on aside a second Montgomery County high school involved in a hazing incident with football players this time at Seneca Valley High School in Germantown involving unwanted touching say Montgomery County. Police this following alleged sexual assaults by football players at Damascus high school checking your money down opens the day at twenty six nine hundred eighty nine the NASDAQ at seventy four six sports hail to the Redskins there. Now six and three in the NFC after beating Tampa Bay sixteen to three day for all three phases. Really special teams trust way. Another outstanding game hop made. Both his field goals, but defensively we gave up some yards. They had a great time of possession. Some great drives. But we're able keep mouth the end zone of force at least four turnovers that I can think of so hats off to our defense. That's coach Jay Gruden and you heard all that action right here at WM AL, Washington Capitals are struggling loss to the Arizona coyotes. Four to one WMA news time five oh. Four of next traffic and weather, then it's mornings on the mall, and what point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's small WMA, Al snow.
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"In montgomery county on battling opioid addiction heard from people making a difference on the front lines including some hope that there may be progress in that fight it y w suburban bureau chief jim melwert reports speaking at the regional overdose prevention coalition conference in montgomery county community college judge steven o'neill who runs montgomery county struck court says putting someone with opioid addiction behind bars may offer shortterm safety to the community but the person won't get the treatment they need these are good people with a with a with a disorder and we know that now we've brought it out of the shadows we bought it out of the back alleyways drug cortisol one to two year program that occurs treatment as an alternative to prison montgomery county commissioner ballard also a speaker at the conference points to a sharp decline in the number of overdose deaths from prescription pills in the county forty in two thousand sixteen to eighteen and twenty seventeen she says she hopes that shows efforts to reduce prescriptions and to get drugs out of medicine cabinets are working in blue bell jim melwert kyw newsradio kyw traffic on the now traffic center are they slots these some good news they did reopen ninety five now in both directions between four thirteen woodhaven road again it is reopened they cleared everything out a street road they fixed those down wire so street road is now open so making some progress there still some heavy delays we'll get a full traffic report and just a few minutes i'm justin drawback cbs three eyewitness weather five day forecast and with high pressure angered over the delaware valley it's the stuff the nicest as are made of with bright blue skies sunshine light wind low humidity and comfortable warmth with highs.
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"Would the flyer had one line on it it's okay to be white and everybody lost their crap over it to me restaurants while rallying in support for pro white activism upsetting universal maryland student who tweeted the flyer with her own message and being on social media she got a flood of responses but she says this also included death and great threats sin now police resources are involved the prince george's county police department there investigating montgomery county police are aware of it on their parents well there were over interest evil motivation and go back into your whole life principles as this was posted ten exterior doors to the school and that this appears to be a concentrated effort to from bank racial political tension unbelievable it's okay to be white yacht that is now wedded a woman tweet that got everybody all been done a shape oh i don't know she'd it's irrelevant just like the soundbite was a relevant some random guys amoco book in your whole what only at me i can understand some kid going on it's okay to be white although i was thinking about this as we're watching antifarmer and whatever else was down there the it may be the whole idea is to make white people feel the way colored people was just put it that way is not just exclusive the black have felt for all their lives and then maybe in a couple of decades from now white people will go hey black people feel shitty and the black people go yeah why people what are you say well maybe we should know we should stop that.