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Parents of private school students in Montgomery County sue
"Lawsuit filed against Montgomery County by some parents of private school kids may soon be dropped. Now the county's health director has rescinded an order requiring private schools to do all remote learning through at least October 1st, Dr Travis Scales and the state were fighting over the mandate has decided to take it back after the state's health secretary. Local health officers. They didn't have the power to do that. One of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, James Lawson, tells tales Larry O'Connor show. Even though gales can't issue a blanket order. He may still have the same kind of institution by institution inspection rights that they have once a restaurant, for example on and that those could be kind of steep. Lawson says. It's not exactly clear what help guidance. These private schools will have to follow. If your
Montgomery County public schools to do remote learning for entire first semester
"Official kids in Montgomery County public schools will not be stepping foot Inside their school buildings for the first semester. The county school board voted unanimously last night to do remote learning for the entire first semester. The board also canceled falling winter's fourth in July. The superintendent said. The school system will be doing all remote learning. Last night's vote formalizes that the board says it will take a look at Corona virus trends in November to see whether kids can go back to in person learning in this second semester. Montgomery County teachers made their voices heard it Last night's meeting. The Montgomery County Education Association held a speak out at last night's meeting to voice its frustrations after reaching an impasse with the school's system as the union negotiate a new contract. We are inviting the Board of Education to meet with us on Monday, August To work on coming to an agreement with us on our contract. Union director Glenn Miller
Washington DC area parents concerned over schools reopening
"School systems are settling on learning plans for the fall, With most choosing to start entirely online. We have a situation in Montgomery County, in which the health officer is trying to prevent private an independent schools for me opening within person instruction, But what do parents think? At this stage? I spoke on Skype of the Washington Post polling director Scott Clemens about their lives. A survey on the matter are poll found a real mix of use in a lot of concerns about the risks of coming back to school and sending Children back to school but also problems with all online instruction. Altogether 44% Said that they prefer a mix of in person and online instruction. 39% preferred on all online in 16% preferred all in person glasses. Now, what did the pole find as Faras? The outlook for things to change or improve with re opening the long term outlook wasn't very good. Overall, 56% said that it wouldn't be safe to send Children to impersonate classes this fall. When we followed up with that group, Ah majority said that they didn't it would take until at least January or later than that. For it to become safe and did the pole and cover any kind of divide along political beliefs. When it comes to which parents want in person learning and their views on safety. We've had a very stark divide on safety, Uh most Republicans as well as parents who send Children to private school and most whites. Said that schools would be safe to send Children this fall. Ah, but most Democrats and independents as well as black parents in his parent, parents said it would not be safe. A lot of the parents that you talked, Tio talked about the dilemma with wanting to send their kids back to school. But knowing that there's a threat with covert 19 out there seems like there's just a lot of pain oozing out of this pole from those parents. That's right. Parents aren't in an enviable position. They clearly are concerned about both the risk of their own families as well as teachers and the community if students are gathering in schools, But they're concerned about their kid's education is
Washington DC private school parents wonder if Montgomery's school battle will affect their reopening plans
"Question. Who's got the power to order blanket closures of schools? Maryland's health secretary is backing his boss on this one, saying local health officers can't make that decision. It is the latest saga stemming from Montgomery County, which tried to close all private schools before the governor said they can't the memo from Maryland Health Secretary Robert Neill states that quote it is the health policy of the state of Maryland that non public schools not be closed in a blanket manner. Instead, the memo says, local health officers Should consider closures on a case by case or school by school basis. The memo comes the morning after Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gail's reasserted his decision ordering the closure of private schools until October 1st. His initial decision kicked off a legal battle with private schools and parents suing gales and other county officials. A hearing in federal court is set
Maryland and surrounding Washington DC counties see lowest COVID-19 positivity rate since pandemic began
"When it comes to the Corona virus and the state of Maryland and local county, Maryland is reporting its lowest seven day positivity rates since the pandemic began its now at 4.5%. The daily rate is also at a record low of 3.8%. Also, several local counties air seeing low positivity rates in Montgomery County, the positivity rate has dropped to a record low of 2.52% down more than 92% since its peak on April 20th Virginia, the positivity rate of 7.2%. And cases continue to drop in DC Kyle Cooper.
Body Of Missing 5-Year-Old Eliza Talal Found In Fischer’s Park In Towamencin Township, Northwest of Philadelphia
"Five year old Lansdale girl who wandered from her home during yesterday's tropical storm has been found dead in a Montgomery County Creek. Elements in township police say that five year old allies it allow was found this morning in Tallinn mints and creak and fissures park about two miles from her family's home. Police say the girl was autistic and nonverbal and wanted from the home on Spring Valley Road in the middle of the day at the height of the storm, the little girl was reported missing by 911 Call yesterday around 12:30 p.m. Cruz and residents calm the area yesterday and then again today where her body was, unfortunately, unfortunately discovered in the creek again. A five year old Lansdale girl water from her home yesterday during the storm ELISA to allow was found dead this morning entitlements and creak and fissures Park. I have to searching for the girl for a little more than 24 hours. So again, That's that's an update on that story here on K Y w News
Washington, DC - Parents of private school students sue Montgomery County health officer
"Parents in Montgomery County whose kids attend private schools are continuing with the federal lawsuit against the county, including health officer Dr Travis Gail's, after Gail's announced late last Friday that religious and private schools would have to go virtual only like GPS. Maryland Governor Hogan quickly stepped in this week to reverse Gail's order. But the parents of non public school Children are holding two rallies tonight while Montgomery County Councilmember Craig Rice bashing Governor Hogan very clear criticized for this, but it is the absolute governor has always been prolific in terms of his absolute support of private over That has been his fans from the very beginning, and I said it before, and I'll say it again. The Maryland private school parents say they are protesting what they call a power grab by Montgomery County executive's
Water Rescues Reported as Flash Floods Strike Philadelphia Area
"Well, Montgomery County saw some of the heaviest rainfall in our area. There were 110 emergency calls her water rescues. Some people on Conshohocken had to be evacuated because of flooding. And there was a report that someone got swept away in the school. Cool river. We get more from K Y W. Suburban bureau chief Jim malware, among them many emergency calls. Someone of the spring Mill train station in white Marsh Township, said there was a person swept away by the Scougall River Cruise search the fast moving and swollen Scougall for hours but didn't find anyone. Rescue crews were called to help people from cars stranded on flooded out roads like in Lafayette Hill, where Bill O'Neill watch. Two cars get stuck on Germantown Pike near Joshua rode a bunch of cars coming down the road to him. Didn't make it. All the trucks and abuse made it. But those guys didn't so they had water rescue come out to get him for a neighborhood along Wosik and creaking pen. Lynn, where ends or Rocko says she watched rescue crews pull neighbors from their homes. Fireman Taking people out in rafts, which was really very surreal. Just a ton of water in Conshohocken. Some homes and businesses along the Plymouth Creek had to be evacuated, including Bob Morris Auto Shop Down the lane. And we're underwater. In addition to the flooding, Montgomery County had tens of thousands of power outages with treason. Branches taking down wires
Customer spits on restaurant employee over face masks in Maryland
"Order for indoor mask wearing spark to face off in Montgomery County. At a restaurant and pub there, police say an employee at brew Belly kitchen and sued house on Georgia Avenue and on Lee was deliberately spit on by a man when the employees demanded the man who entered the restaurant put on a mask. Police spokeswoman Rebecca Innocent E because although the man was not arrested for the second degree assault, he was ordered by police to stay away from the restaurant for one year
Washington DC - Montgomery County health officials tell private schools to start school online
"In Montgomery County will hold virtual classes for the fall semester. But some parents and hope private schools would offer an in person alternative. Now we're learning the county's private schools won't have in person classes until October, the earliest We have the latest on the situation as part of our continuing reports on parenting in a pandemic. The Montgomery County Health officer, Dr Travis Gail's has ordered that all private schools that includes religious and independent schools in the county. Cannot hold in person classes until at least October 1st, and that would be subject to further review. At that point. The order goes into effect on August 3rd. In making the decision. Gales and county officials cited the increase in Corona virus transmission rates in Maryland, D C and Virginia and said the move is needed to protect the health and safety. County residents. Kate
Montgomery Co. private schools ordered to remain closed
"And independent schools in Montgomery County have now been directed officially to stay closed until at least the first of October. The directive came from Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gaels, who said in person classes would not be allowed it any of Montgomery County's private, independent or religious schools. Until October 1st, and at
Washington, DC - Montgomery County officials approve policy on limiting police use of force, no-knock warrants
"Year, there were 140 search warrants executed by police in Montgomery County, Maryland. Of those 140 search warrants, 108 of them were referred to as No knock warrant, which means that usually SWAT team members go in without notice because there is I'm concerned that there will be ah potential violent situation. History of illegal weapons in the home or domicile that the police are are entering under that warrant, and therefore they have to have that element of surprise. Now, in the last 40 years in Montgomery County, there have been only three incidents of a no knock warrant that have involved his shooting. Three in the last 40 years. But because of the tragic killing of Briana Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky. The elected officials, known as the Montgomery County Council decided to eliminate no knock warrants yesterday from the tactics and procedures that the Montgomery County police can employ in executing their job. It makes no sense to anyone who understands law enforcement and we need to talk about it. Lee Holland is the corporate vice president of the Fraternal Order of Police. Large 35 which represents cops in Montgomery County, Mr Holland. That's just one thing that they did yesterday. But I want to start there. What am I missing here? What is what happened to Brianna Taylor have to do it all with your cops in Montgomery County. I'm not exactly sure what Louisville has to do with the officers in Montgomery County. That's kind of same thing nationwide. The issues that happen nationwide eyes being brought into here through the council, as if it happens here, McDermott County and here in the Greek army We have a great police force. The men and women here do a great job. But I don't understand what changes are needed because things were happening elsewhere. And in fact, as the Montgomery County Council, I contemplated these changes to police policy. Were you consulted where the members of the police force consulted? What voice did you have in figuring this out? So we are submitted letters, which were not put as part of the packet. I testified the one question when I was called up on to the zoom platform over collected barring piece, But besides that piece of legislation, we had no input. And was there any rationale in terms of what did the politicians here were they able to point to specific incidents that have occurred in Montgomery County that rationalized to change of policy? No, they didn't. They didn't point of specific instance in this county. In fact, there's been talk from some council members, saying there's a green racism within our police department, and there is no basis of facts on that. So I mean, what are you able to do here in terms of representing the cops of Montgomery County and ensuring that they have the tools that they have to have available to them to to do their job? Well, I think one is being on shows like yourself and the other media to let him know exactly what this bill does, because what this bill does is is Help or not help. I should say it. Hamstrings us from investigating crimes or stopping crimes right after they are committed, because now the way we had reasonable suspicion to stop somebody where crime we now need probable cause to detain somebody. To put our hands on somebody, and that creates a whole different standard that's going to let people walk away from from crimes. And I like Officer stopped. You issued a statement yesterday to the media about this, and I appreciate you joining us live here, Leigh Holland. You issued a statement that was highly critical of what the Montgomery County Council did will Jawando one of the council members, he said, this on Twitter, I'll read it to you says It's very unfortunate that at this critical moment in history, the Fraternal Order of Police doesn't recognise the importance of de escalation and living in the use of The force as last resort to protect the lives of residents and rebuild public trust. I'd love for you to respond to that, in terms of the idea of de escalation and limiting the use of deadly force is the last resort. First of all, isn't it already a last resort? Absolutely, And it's unfortunate that counts numbered. Wanda doesn't want a partner with us on really police reform. We always wanted be escalate as much as we can. But the escalation is a two way street. Outside of wants a deescalate, too, And we always want to use deadly force as a last resort. We want to create time and distance. We want to get back up there. We want to use the less lethal force as much as possible, but sometimes that just can't happen. Really police reform needs to be something that everybody wants. That's supported by the police officers and supported by the community, not just one side, and that's what you're trying to get here, which we started at the bottom. Are we training? How are we recruiting? These sorts of things, not how can we hold off a cannibal Hackney fire officers. We don't like what they do when
"montgomery county" Discussed on WTOP
"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..
Philadelphia - Wolf says state has no plans to tell schools how, when to reopen
"Wolf says the Commonwealth is leaving leaving the the decision decision of of how how and and when when school's school's really really open open up up to to the the local local boards boards as as we've we've seen seen here here in in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Hey, Hey, what what abuse abuse Suburban Suburban bureau bureau chief chief Jim Jim Mel Mel Word Word tells tells us us that that there there are are no no easy easy answers. answers. However, However, Governor, Governor, Wolf Wolf says says While the state has offered guidance on how to safely reopen schools, there is no plan to issue a statewide mandate on how schools will open. There's your local school board decisions asses how they open. In the open. It's it's up to them to decide how they're gonna do away kinds of things. Some school administrators say the guidance from the states put them in a difficult spot, for example, desks being six feet apart, where feasible parents who want their Children in school point to where feasible, But staff for parents who were concerned it's not safe are pointing to the six feet. Montgomery County Commissioner Dr Barker says she and the county's office of Public Health have made themselves accessible to school boards. Now them address safety issues that may be outside their expertise We have conveyed to them That whatever those school boards, and those were the elected school board officials who have the responsibility of making the decision for their individual district at the suburban bureau, Jim Mel, work edible you news radio.
Unable To Travel To Mecca, Muslim Community Holds Drive-Thru Hajj
"The hajj, the pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. It is, of course, a year like no other in Saudi Arabia is limiting the annual pilgrimage just to people living inside the kingdom. It's a disappointment for many American Muslims who are planning to go from our member station. W M. You Daniella chess low reports on a community in Maryland that held a drive thru hodge instead. Loudspeakers blast prayers on a hot afternoon as Mona El Dada watches her 77 year old father. He's copying a ritual known as Walking around an eight foot tall black cube. That's a replica of the Kaaba shrine in Mecca. El Data tells him he's doing it wrong. No, daddy. The idea is that the car is actually going to do the show off Dr Hardy Ra Nama relents. He's done the really pilgrimage to Mecca three times. He remembers a sea of Muslims from all over the world, all wearing the same white clothes. And so nobody knows, but they pulled the rich whatever equality 100% and that is the beauty of today, Hondas and Tesla's drive around the Kaaba. It's not a substitute for the haj, which all Muslims must try to make in their lifetime. Mona El Dada is creative director at the next Wave Muslim Initiative, a group in Montgomery County, Maryland. The pandemic ruined her pilgrimage plans. So she suggested to her colleagues. How about a local version of Hajj by car? I was telling them it's it's kind kind of of like like the the way way that that in in the the wintertime, wintertime, there's there's Christmas Christmas light light shows shows and and all all you're you're doing doing is is kind kind of of looking looking out. out. From From your your window window At At Sandy. Spring Friends School, L Dada greets drivers moving along a short track. At one station, A boy in a green shirt leans out of a white minivan to throw pebbles at a cardboard pillar. That's to evoke another hajj ritual casting stones to drive out the devil. The boy introduces himself as yes, scene Y Es e and asked me was conned by kind of forgot His dad, Faisal Khan says he's been avoiding mosques because of the pandemic. He still wanted to teach his two boys about the holiday. Definitely much more safe car, not close, Tio bunch of people, So it's really nice what they what they did. Levee
Washington, DC - Montgomery County police officers credited with saving stabbing victim's life
"To Montgomery County police officers are being praised for saving the life of a stabbing victim knew Bodycam footage shows officers Justin Lee and Addison White, applying a tourniquet and sealing the chest wound of the victim. Back in June, Lee found a 28 year old man with multiple stab wounds around 4 30 in the morning on June 28th in Silver Spring. He was shocked by how much blood the victim had lost. The natural reaction and what they're teaching Academy is like when you have that thought. That means that it's probably an arterial bleed, and so they in the academy they teach us. The steps for how to deal with someone who's injured like that. The first thing that stop always is Arterial bleed, because that's going to kill a person back. The man has since been released from the hospital, 30 40 year old Marvel Austin of Washington, D. C. Has been charged in the stabbing.
No Final Decision About In-Person Learning for Montgomery County, Maryland Schools
"Day, Every county schools will start on line on August 30 1st that is certain. The big question this Thursday morning is when will students go back into the school buildings? Physically, Montgomery County School Superintendent Dr Jack Smith says there is no doubt the school will start with distance learning. But he said our November date for Return to in person classes is not certain. If there's AH dramatic increase in cases we may not get to start by November have brick and mortar experiences. Smith says. The Board of Education will meet on August 6th, and by then he expects they can say it's our goal to start on such and such a date to bring students and staff back into schools. If the conditions of the trends continue to stay as they are now, officials say. You're asking for more feedback from the
Montgomery County Schools to Begin Classes Virtually
"Montgomery County Online classes begin August 30 1st That is for certain, but there's still one open and the question when will students go back to their physical? Classroom. Montgomery County School Superintendent Dr Jack Smith says there is no doubt the school will start with distance learning. But he said our November date for return to in person classes is not certain. If there's AH, a dramatic increase in cases we may not get to start by November have brick and mortar experiences. Smith says The Board of Education will meet on August 6th. And by then he expects they can say it's our goal to start on such and such a date to bring students and staff back into schools. If the conditions of the trends continue to stay as they are now, officials say, they're asking for more feedback from the community.
Fall school plans for Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia systems during coronavirus
"C. We continue to follow the discussion over how local school system should resume this fall, starting in Maryland now where Montgomery County will begin online. That's August 30 1st there's not get a definitive data about when kids might go back to the brick and mortar schools in Prince George's County. It's also distance learning when school kicks off August 31st online learning will continue through the first and second quarters, though parents might get an opportunity to choose whether their kids get back to the classroom by February. Now to Charles County, where the school board agreed to start the year with online earn learning on Lee and skipping over to Virginia in Fairfax County. Today's the last day parents can choose between full time distance learning or a hybrid with some actual classroom time You've got till midnight to decide that and let somebody in authority no. In Prince William County, the school board votes tonight on which reopening option it'll use and in Arlington County superintendent plans to propose a delayed start to the school year with full time distance learning. Finally to the district, where the Board of Education talks reopening strategies at its monthly meeting. It's happening online parents weighing in and more from the mayor and other leaders tomorrow,
"montgomery county" Discussed on WTOP
"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.
"montgomery county" Discussed on WTOP
"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.
"montgomery county" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"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.
"montgomery county" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"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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"What is your election day story? What's the broader story? If you feel like you fit into a broader story of this election. Is there really a bellwether district that you're going to be watching triple eight six thirty W M A L, by the way quick story. Meredith went to vote this morning in Montgomery County. Our district is a a Jewish center right near where we live and as you can. Well, imagine, it's synagogues and temples at Jewish centers. There's heightened security right now in the wake of the horrific murders from ten days ago says she goes up to vote and they ask for her. I d the security at the Jewish center asked for her ID understandably because they want to check. You know, people that are coming into the building. So she, you know, reaches inches the ID. And then there's a and there's a whole line of people who have to show their ID to get in. And finally a poll watcher comes out and says, oh, you gotta stop doing that man. You can't you can't check the ideas for security here. And he said, well, yeah. But we gotta have security here. We we got we can't just let anybody in. We got to see if if they match their idea. Yeah. But they're here to vote, and we can't look at ideas for voting. So. And of course, Meredith coming from Oklahoma is like, please. Here's my ID. Here's my NRA card. Here's my here's my concealed carry card guy. I don't care. That's fine. You know, 'cause there's only seventeen states in the country that don't ask for an ID Maryland being one of them at. But so now the Jewish center in Rockville has to forgo the security that they wished to implement to protect themselves from some crazed anti Semite because Maryland refuses to have anyone showing ID when they go to vote. Think about this for a visit our law is such that if you visit the Jewish center on any other day, you have to show an ID. And that's okay. But if you're there to vote, well, you know. No demands. Christian and McLean. Christian WMA L. Do you have an election day story? I do I very irritated that the birkenstock.
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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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"The trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center i'm sam clover cable news time nine thirty four voters have they're saying the newly minted congressional districts redrawn earlier this year by the pennsylvania supreme court after the same court declared the previous maps unconstitutional kyw suburban bureau chief jim now reports battling deem cruise to victory in montgomery county's fourth congressional district holding off joe hoeffel sheera goodman dean will face dan david republican who was unopposed in the primary mary kay scanlon wins crowded fifth congressional district beating nine candidates including rich laser the former philadelphia deputy mayor who had the backing of organized labor scanlon faces republican pearl came in the fall who was unopposed in the primary in bucks townies first congressional district voters choose millionaire scott wallace over navy veteran mother rachel rettig republican brian fitzpatrick easily holds off a challenge from the far right of his party in dean malik in chester county six congressional district republican greg mcaulay and democrat chris houlihan both run unopposed as incumbent ryan castello announced he would not seek reelection at the suburban bureau jim melwork kyw newsradio sitting state representative madeleine dean with repelled to an overwhelming victory in the democratic race for the newly drawn fourth congressional district in montgomery county kyw's marc abrahams has more jade ran away with the votes early on jumping out to a lead that held in the seventy percent range best thing the two other candidates in the race by more than five to one comey county needs a change agent in washington and we actually have a seat at the table montgomery county has a seat at the table trout's gun control activists you're goodman and former congressman joe in the lopsided victory both of our opponents have pledged to support her she'll face republican political newcomer dan david in the fall for washington marc abrahams kyw newsradio crowded field of veterans school board member from swarthmore came back to win the democratic nomination for congress in the fifth district mostly comprised of delaware county here's kyw's david madden mary scanlon trailed for most of the night is philadelphia numbers favored former deputy mayor rich laser but his delaware county came in scanlon number surged she claimed victory she led by five thousand votes the most of either of them as your congressman i want to continue to fight.
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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.