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"peter newsom" Discussed on WTOP
"Her pick to leave the Metropolitan Police Department. The person will succeed Chief Peter Newsom. Chief Bob Conti is a product of the city's cadet program. He has spent his entire career leading various district stations and department bureau's also grew up in a community and household deeply impacted by the crack cocaine epidemic of the 19 eighties. I know the feeling of being a survivor of violent crime, Metropolitan chief of Police nominee D. C. Police chief Bob Conti. I recall the day my father on his way to work was stabbed on Minnesota Avenue. He was taken to the hospital with a collapsed lung. He survived the criminal Never Hard, Conte says his father now 10 years clean first was a drug dealer than an addict and his mother with tough love and still doing him an attitude of gratitude and spirit of excellence as the D C. Police cadet on November 20th 1989. Had 17 years of age. It changed my entire life. DC's counsel intends to announce details of Conte's review process in the new Year. Kristie King. W T o p News Karima Holmes has been the director of D. C S and 911 Call Center for nearly five years now, but she will be leaving that position soon, she said to step down after the inauguration. The news that Karima homes will be leaving. Her job comes as she faces intense scrutiny at DC's Office of Unified Communications, which is currently being audited by the office of the D. C. Auditor, Crema Holmes is just the latest director. She hasn't been able to correct it. She hasn't been able to change the direction safety advocate Dave Status, says he expects the audit to uncover severe problems. It's probably convenient that the Oh, you see director is leaving down, it would be bad news for any director. He says. Some of those problems include delayed responses during emergencies. Fire and E. M S. Cruz being dispatched to incorrect locations Nikolai Nelly w T o P News or learning more this afternoon about a confidential settlement involving the Washington football team and a woman who accused team owner Dan Snyder of sexual misconduct in 2009. The former employees received $1.6 million from the Washington football team after an alleged incident that happened on Dan Snyder's private plane are returning from Las Vegas. That's according to the Washington Post. The woman involved was later fired. But in the agreement reviewed by the post, no wrong doing on her part was mentioned. Her files also showed she voluntarily resigned in good standing. She was also given a letter of recommendation signed by the team C o. The team was already being investigated by the NFL for sexual harassment when news of the private settlement came up. The team's attorneys have been fighting to keep the details of the settlement from going public but have failed. They now have until January 5th to decide what parts of the document will be redacted before it's made public. Melissa how w t O P NIS 106 Washington Gas will have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars. It's in connection with a deadly gas explosion Four years ago, the Maryland Public Service Commission has find Washington gas $750,000. For its failure to issue annual reports on its efforts to replace Mercury Service regulators. The kind of equipment cited in a federal investigation of the flower branch apartment explosion that killed seven people in 2016, Maryland state delegate Lauren Zhoukoudian, whose district includes the Silver Spring neighborhood, where the blast occurred, called the decision disappointing. Finding and the fine don't really reflect the level of significance of this horrible outcome that came as a result of Washington gasses negligence. Brian Edwards, spokesman for Washington Gas, emphasized that the PSC's finding was tied to the failure to report not that utilities failure to replace the equipment something had agreed to do by 2013 in a previous rape case. Hey, Brian. W T O.
Bowser names Contee new Washington DC police chief
"Against a national search for a new police chief for the city and W T. O P has learned that she will name Robert Conti to replace Peter Newsom. The 48 year Old County is now an assistant chief in charge of the homicide unit. He's been on the force for 31 years, joining as a cadet while he was still in high school. He sees Attorney General Karl Racine telling W. T O P. He's pleased with the mayor's pick the native Washingtonian who understands the District of Columbia. And I think really has a firm grasp of, you know of the community on D trust the community, and I think the community trust him as well. Conti grew up in the Carver Langston neighborhood of Northeast Washington during the crack coat crack cocaine error of the late 19 eighties. He's has said he witnessed police using brute force during that time. Karima
9-year-old girl shot in Southeast Washington DC, police say
"Tonight. A nine year old girl has been shot in Southeast D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom says the girl was hit by a stray bullet while walking with family members near the intersection of 18th and T streets. This was around five this afternoon, Newsome says. It does not look like the girl has life threatening injuries. Investigators think of black Infiniti sedan seen near the shooting was the intended target. Police are asking you to be on the lookout
9-year-old girl shot in Southeast Washington DC
"In Southeast D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom says the girl was hit by a stray bullet while walking with family members near the intersection of 18th and T streets. Around five this afternoon, Newsome says it doesn't appear. The The girl girl has has any any life life threatening threatening injuries. injuries. Investigators Investigators think think of of black black Infiniti Infiniti sedan sedan seen seen near near the the shooting shooting was was the the intended intended target, target, and and police police are are asking asking you you to to be be on on the the lookout lookout for that car. We're continuing to follow
Washington DC’s outgoing police chief talks shootings, transitioning out of office
"Leaving soon for his new job in Prince William County. But don't think he's already checked out. He's doing what he can now the help his replacement, D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom, said during this month's first Friday public safety breakfast that he thinks the budget cuts to the force for next year will create major issues for the ink. Come in, Chief, I would be Rem is if I didn't say Hey, listen, I think you're gonna have a problem here. He says the budget will reduce the force by 300 officers by October of next year at a time of tragic shootings in the area. No life should unnecessarily be taken in the district of Columbia. And you see the violent crime that we have. We just lost that little boy, Carmelo, but also even you know, just as important we don't want our police officers unnecessarily unjustifiably. Taking a human life, Valerie Bonked w T o P News and New tonight a federal
$60K reward offered for tips in baby’s shooting death in Washington DC
"The investigation into the shooting death of a 15 month old boy in Southeast D. C. As we hear from wt Opie's Meghan clarity this evening in last night's shooting, the toddler is the youngest victim of gun violence in the city. This year, there was simply no words for the sense of outrage that we should all feel. D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser. Says she learned. Investigators think someone fired on the car that 15 month old Carmelo Duncan's father was driving. D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom says the baby was hit several times. We have forensic evidence to suggest that more than one weapon was used. He says it 9 35 Wednesday evening officers arrived at Central and Southern Avenue southeast to find fire any M s responders had already rushed the baby to the hospital. There's a $60,000 reward for a successful tip. In the case, my energy will be spent on bringing the community together to find the person or persons that are responsible for killing this beautiful little boy Meghan Cloherty. W. T. O P. News
"peter newsom" Discussed on WTOP
"P and 5 35, a grieving family and community are outraged this evening after a toddler Was shot and killed in southeast D. C. And as we hear now, from W. T O P s Megan Cloherty investigators say they will not rest until they find who pulled the trigger last night. This is an unfathomable tragedy, D c. Police chief Peter Newsom says when officers arrived at Central and Southern Avenue southeast at 9 35 on Wednesday night. While you're in PMS responders had already taken 15 month old Carmelo Duncan to the hospital, but he didn't make it. The vehicle that Carmelo was traveling and was struck multiple times. And there's evidence on the scene that indicates that more than one weapon was used. The vehicle was driven by his dad, Newsome says. Carmelo was shot several times. There's a $60,000 reward for a successful tip. In this case with regards to the folks that are responsible for this, you need to come and turn yourself in Meghan Cloherty. W T o p new. Nearly one in five FEMA employees say they have experienced some kind of harassment or discrimination on the job. Let's get more from federal news networks, Nicola Briscoe Pena employees that they're more trusting of their direct supervisors and more skeptical of senior leadership to address harassment and discrimination. The results come from an employee survey the RAND Corporation conducted on FEMA's behalf 40% of employees who had a gender race based discrimination issue, so they were encouraged to drop it. FEMA says it has a plan to address harassment and discrimination, but it has hired ran to do another employee. Survey. Nicola Briscoe, federal news network after traffic and effort,.
"peter newsom" Discussed on WTOP
"Each 12 03 We welcome you in on a Thursday afternoon. December 3rd partly cloudy skies right now 50 degrees in Washington. Good afternoon. I'm Deborah Feinstein and I'm Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following at this hour new developments in the killing of a one year old boy in D. C last night. The mayor, as well as chief Peter Newsom just held a news conference. They say the boy was riding in his father's car when he was shot. Let's go live to W. T. O. P s making clarity with more details. Mark 15 month old Carmelo Duncan is now the city's youngest victim of gun violence this year. Ah, year that has already seen a 20% increase in homicides on do you could feel the emotion from both the mayor and the chief of police when discussing what happened last night at 9 35. In the evening. Basically, the chief said that they had a shot spotter technology alert nearby investigators that there were shots fired in the area of Central and Southern Avenue southeast. When they arrived. The baby had already been taken to the hospital. Apparently there was a fire crew that was there an engine and an ambulance that we're responding to another medical emergency. And Carmelo's father saw them pulled over and handed the baby over to them to take to the hospital. Unfortunately, he did not make it. We understand from police that the baby was shot multiple times. They don't know exactly where he was in the car. But there was another child in the car as well. Who is fine? And Carmelo's father was driving the car. There was a baby seat in the back, caught in the back seat of the car. So the chief, you know, speculated that he was in the back seat, but that he's not sure we knew that he was shot several times. The mayor called this an unfathomable tragedy. Right now, there's not a lot as far as leads that they're sharing with the public other than the fact that they saw a dark gray SUV with heavily tinted dark windows in the area. However, given the child's age, given this photo that we're sharing on w t o p dot com you see this baby? I mean, it just breaks your heart and the amount of tragedy that this community has suffered. The cheer from gun violence is just can't be, you know, can't be explained so apparently. According to the chief and the mayor, This entire community is just outraged. And they're going to do everything they can to try and find who did this, Including asking the community to look for any, you know, Surveillance video. They might have businesses to look at any surveillance video. And also, they're offering a $60,000 reward to any tip that leads to a conviction. In this case, reporting live Meghan clarity. W T O P news. Okay, thank you. Making the Corona virus has taken a deadly and destructive toll on the elderly Montgomery County now making some plans to get that vaccine out to elder Care facilities. Hopefully in the weeks ahead when it comes to a covert 19 vaccine, the county's HHS department will work.
1-year-old fatally shot in Southeast Washington DC
"Boy was shot and killed while riding in a car on Southern Avenue southeast in around 9 30. Last night they located the vehicle shot. Multiple times a child was struck by gunfire. DC Fire D. M S rush the child to a local hospital. D C. Police chief Peter Newsom says the boy was later pronounced dead. No one else was injured. Investigators believe the vehicle was in motion when the gunshots were fired and that the shot too may have come from another vehicle. Police were looking for a dark gray SUV seen speeding away from the area, and police are asking anyone who witnesses who might have witnessed what happened to give them a call.
1-year-old boy dead after being shot in Washington, DC
"With the tragic fatal shooting locally in Southeast D. C. Baby boy died after being shot last evening Wednesday evening in D. C. Near the Prince George's County border. Police were called to the scene just after 9 30 in the evening near the intersection of Central Avenue and Southern Avenue Southeast. Police chief Peter Newsom says the child was taken to a hospital unconscious and later died. No other injuries reported Newsome calling on the neighborhood to help out with this one. And you have a video home camera. Take a look at that camera, see if it caught something of significance. If it did, please share that with US. D C. Police are looking for a dark gray SUV with tinted windows. The vehicle was witnessed fleeing the scene last night, according to news from the working theory is the SUV shot at the victim's vehicle, while both were moving You see Vieira Muriel Bowser calling the shooting heinous and an example of quote, senseless gun
Washington DC’s police reform panel encourages public to testify at upcoming virtual public forum
"D. C council appointed panel plans to host a virtual public forum on policing. Of Of course, course, this this comes comes just just days days after after a a major major shake shake up up at at the the top top of of the the district's district's local local law law enforcement enforcement body, body, with with police police chief chief Peter Peter Newsom Newsom moving moving out out to to Prince Prince William William County, County, Virginia Virginia to to be be the the police police chief. chief. They're They're the Police Reform Commission, which has several smaller panels investigating specific racial and justice reform matters, says it's MPD Accountability and Oversight Committee is holding a public comment event Thursday night. The commission encourages you To sign up to testify and offer reform suggestions or, of course, you could just watch the proceedings online.
Mayor Bowser finally speaks on Washington, D.C. police chief’s departure
"Staying tight lipped about the police chief's departure and the search for a new chief. Last week We learned that D C police chief Peter Newsom will leave the department to become Prince William County's police chief. Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser was asked to cope in 19 press conference is now Yushin would stay in the city through the presidential inauguration January 20th I haven't made, um I don't have that timeline set yet when asked if she was looking to hire someone within the department or someone on the outside. I don't really have anything more to say about it right now. She said she talked Maura about it after she names an interim chief. No indication when that will happen. Haven't heard a
"peter newsom" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"5 30. I'm Barbara Bread D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser today not saying much about the departure of longtime police chief Peter Newsom or the search for a new chief Last week, We learned the D C police, too. Peter Newsom will leave the department to the conference, William County's police chief today Mayor Muriel Bowser was asked to cope in 19 press conference. If Newsome would stay in the city through the presidential inauguration January 20th. I haven't made. I don't have that timeline set yet when asked if she was looking to hire someone within the department or someone on the outside. I don't really have anything more to say about it right now. She said She talked Maura about it after she names an interim chief. No indication when That will happen. Haven't heard a sound W M a L and W m a l dot com Chief. Newsome is expected to begin his new role as the top cop in Prince William County starting February, 1st. The Senate is back in session with time running out on the lame deck agenda to pass him coronavirus relief for struggling Americans and small businesses. Bipartisan desire for another round of Corona virus related stimulus before the end of the year, But partisan gridlock has stalled any emerging legislation. We want small businesses that have already hung on for most of the year to survive. A few more months, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pushing for a targeted approach totaling about half a trillion dollars. Democrats let in the Senate by truck, Schumer say that's far from sufficient as economic needs have grown, preferring more than $2 trillion in funding. We need to come together, both sides must give. Congress is also facing a December 11th deadline to fund government. And avoid a shutdown in Washington. Jared Halpern Fox NEWS Maryland governor, Larry Hogan, already petitioning the projected president elect from or covert.
Washington DC council member lays out his expectations for new police chief
"For police reform is is spelling spelling out out what what he he wants wants in in a a police police chief chief to to replace replace Peter Peter Newsom, Newsom, who who was was announced announced plans plans to to become become police police chief chief in in Prince Prince William William County County Ward. Ward. Six Six council council member member Charles Charles Allen, Allen, the the chair chair of of the the judiciary judiciary in in Public Public safety safety committee. committee. Says Says the the nation nation is is changing changing and and law law enforcement enforcement in in the the district district must must change change as as well. well. Along Along with with what what the the city city expects expects from from a a police police chief chief Mayor Muriel Bowser has not yet announced to search for a new chief. But Alan says what's needed is to tackle systemic racism that exists in D C and within policing culture, and Alan says a public health approach is what's needed to eliminate violence, particularly on O
Washington DC police detective killed in Charles County domestic shooting
"A D C police detective has been killed at his home in Waldorf in a domestic shooting. The Charles County Sheriff's Office says 50 year old Timothy Francis was killed by his wife, 41 year old Christina Lind, Francis. Who then took her own life at their home on the 3300 block of Merrily court, the Metropolitan Police Department says Detective Francis served the department for 20 years, Police chief Peter Newsom says it's heartbreaking. Ah, man who spent two decades protecting the community from violence was a victim of homicide. D C. Police union says Francis was one of the best detectives in the criminal investigations division,
"peter newsom" Discussed on WTOP
"Home stores. Greatest Black Friday ever this Friday shop early to beat the clock and save more money and Ashley Home Storm Maryland and Virginia Steve Dresner w T o P Traffic AND look the forecast with storm scene for a meteorologist Amelia Draper. Mostly cloudy skies out there tonight and cold once again with lows in the thirties. After some sunshine early tomorrow morning, we'll have mostly cloudy skies overall and a bit of a breeze with highs tomorrow in the low to mid fifties by the evening hours. Some scattered showers are possible, especially west of Washington. As we look to Thanksgiving we will have rain at times during the morning hours will start to clear out around the mid day hours and then some sunshine is possible later in the day and Mild for this time of year low to mid sixties for highs on Friday. A mix of clouds and sunshine with highs in the upper fifties to low sixties will warm to around 60 on Saturday. I can't relax and isolated late day shower or some Sprinkles on Sunday. We're in the low to mid fifties. I'm strong Team four meteorologist Amelia Draper. Now we have 47 oxen Hill, 46 in Gaithersburg and 45 in downtown D. C. The chef brought to you by lend the plumber trusted, saying they service seven days a week. It's 9 20. One on w T o p Breaking tonight. If you're just joining us major changes coming to local law Enforcement, D. C is looking for a new police chief. The current one Peter Newsom is becoming the next chief of the Prince William County Police departments. The county issued a statement tonight confirming the hiring, saying Newsome's expected start date is the beginning of February wt. Opie's reached out.
Newsham leaving Washington, DC to head Prince William County Police
"To local law Enforcement, D. C is looking for a new police chief. The current one Peter Newsom is becoming the next chief of of the the Prince Prince William William County County Police Police departments. departments. The The county county issued issued a a statement statement tonight tonight confirming confirming the the hiring, hiring, saying saying Newsome's Newsome's expected expected start start date date is is the the beginning beginning of of February February wt. wt. Opie's Opie's reached reached out out to the mayor's office for comment, as well as Metropolitan Police Department, which says it's preparing a statement, The D C police union chairman just issued a statement saying, in part, the D C. Police Union wishes chief News from the best in his new role achieve. Newsom has led a story and decorated career serving the District of Columbia and its residents for over 30 years. His contributions to the MPD will not soon be forgotten. The union now looks forward to riding some input on Mayor Bowser selection for the next permanent chief of police. Name
"peter newsom" Discussed on WTOP
"Cooper. The top local stories that we're following this hour. Swarms of President Trump's supporters arrived in D C for a huge rally over the weekend, The demonstrators marched in defense of President Trump's refusal to concede the election. But what started as a mostly peaceful demonstration ended with some fights between the Trump supporters encounter protesters. WTF He spoke to D. C police chief about what happened. Peter Newsom says that the D. C police handled the million Magda March Well after tens of thousands of Protesters took to the city streets, but fight still broke out. One skirmish in particular, drew a lot of attention. We had an assault 17th and I street where it looked like there was a man that was pretty significantly injured. He had blood on his face. We made a number of arrests on that scene. A man was also stabbed along 11th Street in New York Avenue, Not far from black lives Matter Plaza at around 8 30. He was taken to a trauma center. Two officers were also injured from clash between supporters of President Trump and counter protesters. 20 One people were arrested. Most of the charges were for simple assault and disorderly conduct before people were arrested on weapons charges. Luke Looker w T O P News. It's 13 or four. Now in Washington. New restrictions are going into effect today to help stop the spread of the coronavirus longer have social gatherings of more than 25. People in restaurants will not be able to sell alcohol. After 10 P.m. and Virginia Governor Ralph Northam was newest coronavirus restrictions. They meant stopping the newest search of the virus while cleaning Social distancing and mask requirements at essential businesses like grocery stores and pharmacies was previously required. Virginia is now cracking down on violations with a Class one misdemeanor in Maryland..
Violence breaks out at "Million MAGA March"
"Swarms of President Trump's supporters arrived in D C for a huge rally over the weekend, The demonstrators marched in defense of President Trump's refusal to concede the election. But what started as a mostly peaceful demonstration ended with some fights between the Trump supporters encounter protesters. WTF He spoke to D. C police chief about what happened. Peter Newsom says that the D. C police handled the million Magda March Well after tens of thousands of Protesters took to the city streets, but fight still broke out. One skirmish in particular, drew a lot of attention. We had an assault 17th and I street where it looked like there was a man that was pretty significantly injured. He had blood on his face. We made a number of arrests on that scene. A man was also stabbed along 11th Street in New York Avenue, Not far from black lives Matter Plaza at around 8 30. He was taken to a trauma center. Two officers were also injured from clash between supporters of President Trump and counter protesters. 20 One people were arrested. Most of the charges were for simple assault and disorderly conduct before people were arrested on weapons
Thousands of Trump supporters rally in DC
"This evening quite a change from yesterday when downtown streets were packed with thousands of President Trump's supporters protest ng the election results Counter protesters met the marchers as well. Police largely kept the clashes from breaking out between the two sides. But there were some skirmishes after the rally ended. W T o p Talk to D C police chief Peter Newsom. Supporters of President Trump and counter protesters turned violent overnight. A man was stabbed near the intersection of New York and 11 Street at around 8 30. He was taken to a local trauma center. Thousands during the daylight hours is it is it got into the evening? Hours after dark. We had a couple of groups out there. That seems kind of intent on getting together and having these altercations and so it required are police officers. Intervene to get between them. DC Police chief Peter Newsom tells w. T o p that they arrested 21 people during the event. Four of those arrest came from gun charges and total D C. Police confiscated eight guns during demonstrations. Others were arrested for charges ranging from simple assault to disorderly conduct. Two police officers were also injured. Luke look at the beauty O P news President Trump
"peter newsom" Discussed on WTOP
"This hour 21 people were arrested this weekend as supporters of President Trump held an election protest downtown. The protest drew opponents of President Trump and that led to skirmishes, fistfights and a stabbing wt. Opie's Luke look at reports Chief Peter Newsom says that the D C police handled the million maggot march well after tens of thousands of protesters took to the city streets, but fight still broke out one Permission particular drew a lot of attention. We had an assault 17th and I street where it looked like there was a man that was pretty significantly injured. He had blood on his face. We made a number of arrests on that scene. A man was also stabbed along 11th Street in New York Avenue, Not far from black lives Matter Plaza at around 8 30. He was taken to a trauma center. Two officers were also injured from clash between supporters of President Trump and counter protesters. 21 people were arrested. Most of the charges were for simple assault. And disorderly conduct before people were arrested on weapons charges. Luke Looker w T O P News, a desk from Corona virus are rising again. His cases surge in our area in Maryland deaths have increased to a seven day average of 13. The average was three in the first week of October. There were 20 new deaths in Maryland reported on Sunday and 90 since last Sunday. In D. C. There were six new deaths this week, bringing the seven day average from 0 to 2 in Virginia. There were 93 deaths this week, bringing the seven day average from 7 to 13. So far in D, C. Maryland and Virginia combined. A total of 8750 deaths have been reported See the latest complete local numbers at w t o p dot com Valerie Bonked w T O P News now in effect in Prince George's County masks.
"peter newsom" Discussed on WTOP
"That surged in March and April are trending upward again. Sales of disinfecting wipes are up 36% since the start of October, disinfecting spray up 23% toilet paper up 17%, and some stores do have limits on how much you can perch. Yes, I've noticed that safely in target that they have limits on some of the supplies. The holidays maybe disrupted for many of us, California, Oregon and Washington State have issued travel advisories now that urge self quarantines, much like in the Northeast, and some churches in Kansas have suspended in person worship services. This is CBS News. Black Friday is here with deals up to 50% off small business computers with Intel core processors to give your business and edge call, 877 asked or visit dell dot com slash sbb Black Friday Six and three on a Saturday in November. 14th 2020 It's 43 degrees going up to the mid fifties today. Good morning. I'm Christopher Cruz. The top local stories. We're following this hour. D C. Police are hoping the protests and counter protests planned this weekend will be free of violence. Chief Peter Newsom tells w. T O p. His officers will strictly enforce the ban on the open, carrying of firearms and even those with concealed carry permits issued by the district will not be allowed to bring their weapons into the protest area. A number of different groups of planning to gather today under the Million Mega March banner there supporting President Trump and his unfounded claims of election fraud on Twitter. Yesterday, the president said he might stop by and say hello to the protesters, the groups of planning to gather first in Freedom Plaza this morning, then March to the Supreme Court. We of course, will keep you updated throughout the day he around w T o p The district had hoped to have students back in the classroom earlier this week before a breakdown in talks with the teachers scuttled that plan. But now the two sides might have bridge those differences under the deal being contemplated by the union, any teacher who was comfortable returning to the classroom during this marking period conduce so but for the second semester, multiple outlets report the city could force teachers to return to the classroom. If enough don't volunteer to do so. So even that might be subjects are further negotiation. There is no concrete ring. Opening plan. Yet, though this tentative agreement has dozens of conditions dealing with workplace protection and safety that have to be met in the city says many of them already have been, but it does suggest a bitter and protracted negotiation might be improving. John Doman w T O P News Almost all undergrad classes will be held virtually starting Monday at one of the area's major universities, the shift from in person to virtual classes at the University of Maryland. Comes after President Gerald Pines cited what he called on alarming spike in covert 19 cases in Maryland and in Prince George's County. Nearly all undergraduate classes will be virtual. Starting Monday. Students who can go home for the rest of the semester are being urged to do so, but to be tested before leaving campus. And Pine says students who opt to stay on campus are being told to restrict their activities to the greatest degree possible, and pines is also urging all students to get their flu shots. Take Ryan. W T o P News in person. Gatherings in Virginia will soon be limited to 25 people down from the current cap of 250 Governor Ralph Northam yesterday, reacting to a surgeon coronavirus cases across the Commonwealth and across the country, the 25% limit does not apply to workplaces, schools and restaurants and religious services of more than 25. People can be held, but with some restrictions. People five and older after wear face masks when they're in indoor public spaces. The previous mandate applied to people 10 and over and the on site sale. Consumption and possession of alcohol is not allowed after 10 o'clock at night in any restaurant, Food Court Brewery Microbrewery Distillery Winery of Tasting Room. And those businesses have to close by midnight. This all takes effect at midnight tomorrow, coming up after traffic and weather details on the report of a body being found in a donation been six or seven. Now,.
Washington, DC police chief to weekend protesters: Don’t bring guns
"For another round of protests. Again from supporters of President Trump and the effort to contest the election results. So DCs police chief warning that no guns will be allowed. Protesters and counter protesters are expected to show up. We're not going to tolerate anybody coming here in hurting somebody else, D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom tells w. T o p. He's concerned about people going there and bringing guns. He says. Absolutely. No guns will be allowed near these events. Anyone who illegally carried a firearm in the district is subject to arrest. Even with the politically charged atmosphere. Newsome vows that his department will keep things safe. We're going to do our very best to ensure that this is a peaceful event. Nobody gets hurt, and we don't have any destruction of property. Nick I Nelly w T o P News. You can
DC police chief to weekend protesters: Don’t bring guns
"Police in D. C. Meanwhile, prepping to handle emotional protests and marches on Saturday, groups that support President Trump's say they plan on rallying around him is he continued to say he will not concede the election is to ensure that we don't have a conflict. Nobody gets hurt. D C police chief Peter Newsom says protesters encounter protesters will be here tomorrow. We're not going to tolerate anybody coming here in hurting somebody else. Even with the politically charged atmosphere in Yushin vows that his department will keep things safe. He says. Absolutely. No guns will be allowed near these events, a rule that will be strictly enforced Anyone who illegally carried a firearm in the district Subject to
"peter newsom" Discussed on WTOP
"Intervene in connection with the state's extended deadline for balance that were mailed in Secretary of State Kathy Book far is unfazed Marriage, Everybody to remain patient. We're going to accurately count every single ballot. The Trump campaign is also seeking a recount. In Wisconsin states, where ballots are still being counted include Georgia, North Carolina, Arizona and Nevada. Biden has slim leads in Arizona and Nevada, while President Trump leads in Georgia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania. Reporting live on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News Now as the country waits for final election results, some state officials are calling for patients as they sort through millions of Ballots. Ah, lot of polls miss the closeness of the presidential race, And now people want to know why it's not easy to conduct an accurate poll. Most people don't answer the phone, and we are live in an age where that's even more likely that folks won't answer the phone, so he had to make a lot of phone calls. But Todd Eberly, a political scientist at ST Mary's College, says it's clear the shy Trump voter that pundit's scoffed at this time around does exist within one of al it. You've got a lot of folks who just simply aren't willing to acknowledge that there and he says just A few is enough to skew a pole by a few points. So, he says, if the polls were wrong in 2016, but did a better job in 2018. The question Now is, Is this unique to Donald Trump? Or is this evidence of a problem going forward John Dome and W. T O P News, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser says she is happy to see so many women elected to office in the district. Among them. Christina Henderson, who we learned today edged out former council member Vincent Orange for the vacated at large Council seat. Let's find out more from Double D. T O. P is making Claudia Mayer miracle, Belser says. After the polls close, she went back to City Hall and consulted with her public safety team about demonstrations growing in the district. I largely saw some people wandering around, some appear to be more organized or engaged with each other were on black lives matter, Plaza chief Peter Newsom says. D. C police arrested four people. But that crowds of hundreds were largely peaceful and he expects that will continue over the coming days. The Metro Police Department did not have to deploy any munitions. We did not have to put on any riot gear. Parking restrictions will stay in place, and he says streets will be closed to protect demonstrators if necessary. Meghan Cloherty w T o p News Three people are recovering from stab wounds after DC police say they were attacked during protests last night downtown. The victims from Maryland and New Jersey were attacked with a knife by two suspects of 15th Street and New York Avenue's D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom is now refuting reports The Attackers were members of the Black lives matter Movement. And that the victims were from the far right. Proud boys. We don't know the affiliations of the suspects or the victims. In this case that will be part of the investigation because I think, as you know, if you assault someone because of their political affiliation that would be a hate crime notion, tells NBC for right now the attack is not being investigated as a hate crime. Stay with us here on double GOP. We've had several significant developments in the still undecided presidential contest, and we'll talk about them with John Harris, founding editor of Politico. It's six or seven. Long term.
3 Stabbed In Washington, DC After Election Night
"We're learning more about an early morning stabbing on D C. Street that initially was reported that the victims were proud boys. The suspects members of black lives matter. We don't know the affiliations of the suspects or the victims in this case, D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom, explaining the earlier reports. The guy will say about that, you know, 2 30 in the morning when our officers were trying to gather information on the scene that information is preliminary in nature, adding, If you assault someone because of their political affiliation, that would be a hate crime. Chief, Newsom says. For now it's all hands on deck for all metropolitan police officers in anticipation of any election unrest.
Washington D.C. prepares for Election Day unrest
"DC leaders are bracing for what's expected to be a day of demonstrations election They will also bring some additional security measures. As many as 10,000 people are expected together. Black lives matter Plaza tomorrow for a demonstration organized by shutdown the seat. Other groups are also urging voters to attend events in the area. There will be a People's watch party beginning at 8 30 Election night, according to multiple reports and non scalable fence will also be erected at the White House today, similar to the one that went up during the protest this summer. While many groups have made clear they have no intention to interrupt voting at the polls. DC Police chief Peter Newsom said last month the department is preparing for civil unrest following the election. Melissa how w. T
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"You might be tempted to leave your child in the car to avoid exposure. This could result in death in a matter of minutes. Always look before you lock. Good afternoon. It is 203 on this steamy Thursday, September, the 3rd 88 feels like 97. Hello. I'm Hillary Howard and I'm Sean Anderson. Our top local story surrounds what happened Moments before a D C officer shot and killed 18 year old Dion K in Southeast yesterday. Her D. C law, the mayor's office released Body Cam video case killing has sparked protests throughout the city that's calling for transparency. Warning. The story you're about to hear contains audio from that shooting. Officers had seen a live stream video on social media of the man with the gun and knew him from previous contacts, D c. Police chief Peter Newsom says when officers arrived on Orange Street southeast just before 4 P.m. Wednesday, and officer began to chase one man and turn to see 18 year old Dion K holding a gun. Body camera footage released by the mayor's office shows K holding the gun, which chief Newsom says he then through from where he was shot. A gun was found 98 ft Away near a park. This is a tragedy. I'm pretty sure that Dion K fell through multiple safety nets before yesterday afternoon, DCs Attorney General will conduct an independent review of the shooting. All of the involved.
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"Expect that number is going to rise because the opportunity is there not for physical bullying, but for online bullying and At least something for parents to be watching for great. Well, I would imagine, with kids having a lot of time on their hands and probably tensions in the home during this, these lockdowns that might be contributing to this. Yeah, You're right that kids who are feeling bored or isolated or, you know, cut off from the rest of their their world. They lash out. They're classmates as it were. And you selling online posting, so certainly something for for the parents of those kids to watch for, but also Parents of the victims of Cyprus, Goingto watch for what for their changes in behavior changes in grades difficulty in sleeping changes in eating habits, watch for these things as a potential sign that something is right in the online relationships that your kid is developing. All right, Jim, thanks for shedding some light on that ABC News correspondent Jim Ryan with us this morning. Cuomo News time. 5 49. Leaders in the District of Columbia say that the protesters in that city over the weekend were outside agitators. Mayor Beer Muriel Bowser and the police chief Peter Newsom, say people came to destroy these District of Columbia with the intent of disrupting peaceful protests. Nearly 70 people were arrested from Thursday to yesterday morning 70% of them were from outside D. C. In the Washington, D. C mayor also says she's worried about the nation descending into a race war. During a news conference yesterday, Bowser said that recent writhing in her city could be organized and funded. And might amount to domestic terrorism. Its primary election day in Massachusetts in the main event is Democratic Congressman Joe Kennedy, challenging Democratic Senator Ed Markey. To have spent the past few days seeking support from people who have not yet cast absentee ballots..
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"If you need to fix them Capital one. What's in your Wallet? C Capital one dot com for details he at 403 on the final day of August 2020 clouds and still plenty of rain. We sit at 72 degrees. Good afternoon. I'm Sean Anderson. The top local story we're following for you is a sad one. The death of the legendary Georgetown basketball coach John Thompson Jr. He was 78 John Thompson not only turned around the Georgetown program, but he also worked tirelessly as an advocate for black coaches and underprivileged athletes are story from double DT Opie's Luke Luke ERT. Georgetown coach John Thompson was the first black head coach, Whoever win and double a national championship when he took the Boys all the way in 1984 kind of paved the way for a lot of black coaches today to get their opportunity to coach Johnny Holliday, the voice of the Maryland Terrapins says that his friend coach Thompson inspired universities to hire more black coaches. A lot of the coaches today there coaching and major colleges around the country wouldn't be there for her, not for coach Thompson maybe opening the eyes of people about racial equality and the judge someone by their abilities and not by their color lub lub. W T O P news. We'll talk more. About the legacy of John Thompson coming up in just a few minutes when we talk with James Brown, the CVS of CBS Sports, It's 404 here on double D T o P three days of violence in D. C. And the city's police chief suggests domestic terrorism could be behind it after multiple nights of protesters deploying smoke bombs, munitions and fireworks, throwing bricks, bottles and urine filled balloons at police, some whose eyes were injured by laser pointers. DC Police chief Peter Newsom says a van being driven recklessly endangered police And people on foot driver of that vehicle was taken into custody. The van is registered in Washington state. We have intelligence to suggest that that van was also a some of the violence we saw in Portland, Oregon, on some of the violent activity that we saw in Kenosha. Newsom says. 70% of those arrested in recent days are.
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"Don't Walters knew this evening. A five year old boy is recovering after being shot walking to a grocery store with his mother. All of this happening shortly after four. He is now the second child in the nation's capital to be shot at in less than 24 hours. Sounds pretty brazen. PC police chief Peter Newsom says it happened during a street robbery on Congress Street in South East. One of the robbers produced a handgun. And fired it multiple times by the gunfire was not the people being Robert instead of five year old boy who is nearby. A mother and a five year old son ought to be able to walk to the grocery store without having to take her son to the hospital. The boy is in stable condition, Newsom says. They're looking for two or three young men involved in the robbery. The shooting comes after an eight year old girl was shot while walking by a playground in the Woodland Terrace area of Southeast on Thursday night. She is recovering. Police are looking for 3 to 4 adults in that case, Mike Murillo. W T. O P News now to the arrest of a man who's been on the lam for more than two years. The final suspect and connection with the D C. Shooting death of a 10 year old girl killed walking to an ice cream truck. Speaking exclusively to w T O P. D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom says Isaiah Murchison was tracked down by U. S marshals Thursday night in Fredericksburg, Virginia. We do believe that he waas involved with a crew down Murchison was wanted for more than a year. And has been indicted on 22 charges related to 10 year old Makhaya Wilson's killing. In July. 2018. The girl was shot through her chest while walking from an ice cream truck in northeast Murchison was the last of 11 people, investigators say we're involved feels good, of course, to find the person that's ultimately responsible for that same token, you know, you always reflect back on the sadness of having to lose a 10 year old to gun violence in our city. Meghan.
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"There was a block party now. The thing is the Democrats. Is he here in Washington, D. C. They banned parties because their party poopers for one thing, they're no fun at all. They're crazy people. If you give them a temple full of power, they will abuse it and the piece from from NBC in Washington. One dead, 20 hurt when gunfire erupts at D. C Block party. Now I believe they have since updated. This is a total of 20 They were still counting the wounded. It was like Iraq. It's like Beirut in Democrat controlled enclaves across America as everybody ought to know by now. Hundreds of people were gathered for a block party despite the city's restrictions on parties during the pandemic. That's the sub headline from NBC. And this isn't the channel. Well, it is the channel for local, but the NBC network took it as well. A shooting in Southeast DC early Sunday or after midnight Saturday night left a young father dead and 20 others injured again. I think the numbers have been adjusted downward by one. Including an off duty police officer. A woman of female police officer was shot. She's off duty and may live in the neighborhood after multiple people opened guns fire. On a large gathering opened guns, fire. That's that's your lead sentence, and you're all illiterate. Okay? None of you can write a sentence to save your lives. NBC. Washington staff is credited with this illiterate lead sentence. Police Chief Peter Newsom set a press conference that hundreds of people are gathered 33rd Street and D voice place Southeast. For an unsanctioned block party. It was unsanctioned. You have to have a party, you can have its sanction. Los Angeles, The mayor said he's going to cut off water and electricity to homes that have parties. Because they're like Eastern European dictators, and if you give them a temples full of power, they'll abuse it. They're not Americans. They're not like Americans at all, nothing like Americans. They said hundreds of people gathered for the unsanctioned block party. That's the news media's language. He didn't say on the sanctions, NBC said, unsanctioned. Christopher Brown, 17 years old, died in the shooting. Christopher Browning really to understand how my child's life has ground gone. Brown's mother are, Kika Brown said. Now Brown is the father of a one year old boy. Relatives described him as a young man who cared deeply about his family apparently also had a second child on the way 17 years old. He's got a one year old child, and he's got a second child on the way. News from the police chief setting off duty police officer was hurting the shooting and was struggling for her life. Six people were taking the hospital in critical condition. Others suffered graze wounds. Great. Tell me at minor wound if it's not on you said he believes that three gunmen with semi automatic handguns walked up and opened fire on the block party and the police chief wisely said. There was some kind of dispute or you think I was that good police work. That's a little piece of Columbo there. There was some kind of dispute. Three guys opened fire on a crowd of a couple 100 people randomly. Multiple weapons were produced. You think maybe there was a dispute? Cell phone video posted. Facebook shows the aftermath of the shooting flyer advertising and then listen to this. I mean, this is just too funny. Here is the police chief, he says. We can't tolerate these types of gatherings in our city during covert 19 It's just too dangerous. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. The party was the dangerous thing. What was the party Mostly peaceful before three guys showed up and empty their handguns with other illegal handguns With illegal magazines. You have a 10 round capacity law in Washington, D C. I'm going to go ahead and bet that they weren't observing the gun laws in Washington..
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"Giving up their criticism. I'm George here on Fox News Democrats took to the Sunday morning talk shows to express their displeasure over the president's decision to go it alone with executive actions to provide Corona virus relief, But they say they're still willing to talk. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the spy President Trump's actions on payroll tax relief evictions and unemployment aid. There are still points to be discussed. I mean that we have things in there that would cut down. It means that we could talk about how long our provisions would be in effect. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said he would talk on relief for Americans and payroll protection for businesses, but they've refused to do that until they get their trillion dollars for the states. Both appeared on Fox News Sunday, Democratic leaders called the president's actions Meeker providing little really help to families. Fox's Gurnal Scott anger Tin use on the streets of Beirut over what protesters view as government inaction and corruption following last week's massive explosion that killed at least 220 people. Meanwhile, French organizers say international donors have pledged nearly $300 million in emergency aid for 11 on still no arrests after more than 20 people were injured in a shooting at an apparent block party in Washington, D. C earlier this morning. A 17 year old was killed in an off duty DC police officer is in critical condition. Police chief Peter Newsom says several people are responsible for the shooting. We have at least.
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"See a new traffic incident or can update us on one we're reporting call us here in the traffic center. 866304 W T O P I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o P traffic Not a storm team for meteorologist Lauren Rickets temperatures today reaching to 90 degrees. We've got some sunshine. We've got the high humidity. It's a little steamy out feel more like the mid nineties as we head through the afternoon. There's a chance of a spotty shower. Same deal tomorrow but again small chances. Most of us staying dry but sunshine tomorrow slightly warmer than today. Low nineties feeling like the upper nineties. Same deal on Tuesday below nineties, feeling like the upper nineties were dry on Tuesday Wednesday the transition day expect showers and thunderstorms. The afternoon. They'll continue through Thursday, Friday and Saturday. I'm 17 4 meteorologist Lauren Rickets. Right now. 89 degrees in the district brought to you by new Look home design. Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. It is to 21 The latest now on the developing story we're following today. At least 21 people have been shot. One has died in an incident in Southeast D. C. Last night to 17 year olds were among those shot. One of them died. Relatives identified. The 17 year old who died is Christopher Brown, DC Police chief Peter Newsom said another victim was an off duty police officer who's now at the hospital fighting for her life. Lucien says police are looking for at least three gunmen. It happened around 12 20 this morning near Dubois Place and 33rd Street That's in the city's Greenway neighborhood just south of East Capitol Street, where it meets Minnesota Avenue. Lucien said the other injuries were considered non.
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"People are permitted to protest closer to Lafayette Park. But police have beefed up security more from W. T O P s Can Duffy authorities allowed protesters to move closer once again to Lafayette Park, and it's a bit of a different scene. Fencing is back up across the park, but it's also lining the sidewalk outside ST John's Church, which demonstrators tried to occupy. This week. Antonio Ming goes with a group called his mission, saying the on ly narrative that they're trying to push concerning racial justice is that there's right and wrong. Last matter, black lives matter. We all have the same struggle went to end of the day. Mingo also disagrees with police. She Peter Newsom, who tells W T Opie's Against reducing the force, Mingo says that police don't protect and serve in the I should move to defund and hit him where it hurts in downtown D. C. Ken Duffy. W T o P. News. There's increased tension on DC streets amid protests over George Floyd's death and the calls to take money away from the district's police budget. Police Chief Peter Newsom is concerned that a D C council mark up off his department's budget scheduled for today will align with the defund the police movement, he says. The district cannot afford to lose any officers and actually Maur officers, w. T. O P's Megan Clarity has an exclusive interview with the chief who warns that D. C shouldn't take what he calls a knee jerk reaction to police reform. What doesn't seem to make common sense to me to risk produce the size of the police Department and then in effect, that is what the chairman of the judiciary is recommended that we do. D C. Police chief Peter Newsom is pushing back on council discussions to make changes in the city's policing. And reallocate some of its spending to violence prevention programs. In response, Judiciary Committee chair Charles Allen called for a responsive and responsible budget to search for ways to end racism, he said in part quote, it would be nice to have the chief of MPD be a voice in that conversation representing the sworn officers he leads, but it isn't necessary. I think that we need to think very, very carefully and thoughtfully before we do a politically correct knee jerk reaction to what's going on in other parts of the country. And all of a sudden downsize the size of our police from D. C. Police Union chair Greg Pemberton says Officers haven't been given a chance to weigh in on council reforms and says a cut to the police budget could mean fewer officers. Well, I think the most frustrating part about all of this is that the police officers in the police union are absolutely ready to sit down on the table and talk about whatever reforms are necessary. Read the full story at w GOP dot com. Meghan clarity W GOP News. It's 12 06 Corona virus cases have been surging across the country in recent days. He's at least half of the states are a reporting increases, some with major spikes, and yesterday, more than 36,000 new infections were reported by state health departments nationwide. This's a new single day record. Texas, Florida, California Each reported over 5000 new cases Wednesday. Meantime, deaths are at their lowest point in weeks. The Washington Post reports the decreases sharpest in some of the hardest hit cities, including New York, New Orleans, Detroit and Seattle. And the D. C region seems to be trending in the right direction. While the local numbers are still rising. They've been slowing down since yesterday, DC, added 30 for Corona virus cases and four deaths. Maryland saw more than 300 additional cases and 15 deaths in Virginia. It was 520 cases and 16 deaths compared the last month. That's a significant improvement, says Dr Joshua Sharfstein, with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. It's just really important to remain vigilant because what goes down could still come up also trending down locally. Hospitalizations and the percent positive among test results. Nechai Nelly W. T Open NEWS. It's 12 07 Following is a paid.