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"safran bryant" Discussed on WTOP
"Is in fourth round action already underway, he dropped the first set 7 6 to Belgium David Goffin TFO took the second set 7 5 and in the third, it's tied four four. Fellow American Tommy Paul and fourth round action is about ready to get underway. They keep pushing it back due to scheduling concerns. Of course, in mixed doubles, an 1105 star coming up for Venus Williams. In second round action, British Grand Prix today they got one lap completed and then a red flag came out of the 52 laps getting ready to restart this one as points leader Max Verstappen is now in first place. He started second, Carlos Sainz. He had to pull it was his first in his 150th career race. Nats fell 5 three to the Marlins of game two of their four game set as Washington is now dropped three straight skipper Dave Martinez says starting pitcher Jackson tatro, well, hit a rough spot in yesterday's start. You know, we saw him really good the previous two stars. I think he just needs to focus on that. Let's get him back. We'll see what's going on the next time he throws a bullpen. And we'll get him back in that strike zone, but when he throws strikes and he locates his fastball, he's got a good stuff. One 35 first pitch today for Eric fetty O's drop their fourth straight of four three loss at the twins to two ten first pitch today as Tyler wells throws for the O's, it'll wrap up the ten game road trip oh so far a four and 5 Jay Brooks WTO P sports. Top stories we're following for you today on WTO, some in our area are without power after yesterday's severe weather, the numbers have gone down, but thousands are still in the dark with many of the outages in Montgomery county, some traffic signals are dark as well. Many holiday weekend travelers are having a tough time as flight cancellations and delays continue, the Marshall of the Supreme Court has asked officials in Maryland and Virginia to direct police to enforce provisions that prohibit picketing outside the homes of judges and justices. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. Bodily organs could be preserved longer ahead of planned, transplants thanks to the findings of Australian researchers. One of the big issues during transplant, so blood transfusions is storage, get a short time frame. This leads to a bad $7 million each year being thrown away. Researcher doctor Safran Bryant. So we're trying to develop new car preservation technologies. You preservation includes a new cryer protective agent that prolongs the lifespan of platelets and bodily organs ahead of lifesaving transplants. Scott bayman for CBS News Brisbane, Australia, ten 48. Traffic and weather on the 8s here, Steve dresner in the traffic center. In the district looks like we do have new crash activity westbound 6 95 freeway just after you clear the 11th street bridge looks like we also may have a lame blocked, not affecting these bound slow. We are seeing delays in both directions currently on D.C. two 95. I'll tap on the brakes just after bending road extending up towards area, Pennsylvania avenue, no problems to report over on I two 95 inbound 14th street bridge just a skin slow as you pass the area of I three 95. In a Virginia, we're a good shape both directions on the capitol Bill where you 66 and three 95 currently traveling incident frame. Southbound, 95, bunches up after Loren over the aka Quan after one 23 it does open up nicely. Now we're all clear all the way down to the Fredericksburg area, not finding much over on the northbound side, a good ride from falmouth through dumfries over the arco Quan straight up to the Springfield interchange. Over in Maryland, quite on the bellway actually, 95 in the BW park where you also traveling well between the two beltways, no current delays on two 70. Eastbound route 50. Oh, the delays growing actually, heading towards the area of sandy point and the big bridge looking at just over a mile delay to get you to the eastbound span, we currently have two lanes open east bound three lanes going westbound. Convenient, cost effective, urgent and primary care is a patient first. All you gotta do is just walk in open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. 365 days here. Patient first celebrating 40 years, learn more at patient first dot com. Traffic. And at a storm team fours Ryan Miller. High pressure is beginning to push into the region, the storm system that has brought us The Rain here through the overnight hours, and even the storms is now pushing away. And as a result, we're going to continue to see the clouds decrease throughout the afternoon hours and less humid air is going to push in here. Temperatures today will be in the mid to upper 80s, great weather for outdoor activities. Tomorrow, for the 4th of July, a hot day and a dry one across D.C., temperatures will approach 90° in the afternoon, but no concerns of active weather here tomorrow. And even into the evening hours tomorrow as well for the 4th of July, a couple of isolated storms are possible way west to D.C., but most of us will be dry. Showers and storms return Tuesday, Wednesday, 40% chance, highs in the upper 80s each day. Armstrong team four meteorologist Ryan Miller. 78° in Annapolis 77 in buoy 73 in Leesburg and some moderate rain right now falling south of fort belvoir in Virginia and just south of Ford Washington in Maryland, some light rain and other spots. It's brought to
"safran bryant" Discussed on WTOP
"In Fredericksburg, Virginia at 8 41. Finally, we are getting a bit of a break from punishing inflation. The next time you're rolling your cart down the aisle at target or Walmart, you may notice prices are lower, at least for some things, furniture and electronics, for example, axios markets correspondent Matt Phillips says that flat screen you've wanted may now be within reach. Look for some discounts, look for some promotional pricing on some of the goods that sort of flat screen TVs are one that targets specifically mentioned to Wall Street analysts. But food airline tickets hotels and movie tickets are expected to have sky high prices for a while longer. Dmitri sodas, WTO news, and your 4th of July cookout is going to cost you more this year. About 17% more than last year, the price of ground beef saw the largest year to year price increase of most cookout items. The American farm bureau federation estimates that two pounds of ground beef will cost an average of $11 12 cents. Up more than a third from last year. Chicken breasts, pork chops, potato salad, pork and beans, hamburger buns, lemonade and cookies are also up. Still, even though prices can vary, the national grocers association says the cost should come in at less than $7 per party guest. Bruce Allen, WTO P news. If you've bought Chesapeake Bay, blue crabs this summer you've probably paid a bit more since their numbers are at record lows in the bay. Now some extraordinary steps are being taken to try to bring back the blue crab population. A recent survey found the smallest number of Chesapeake blue crabs since they started counting three decades ago. For the first time starting in July, Maryland watermen will be limited on how many bushels of male blue crabs they can haul each day until now restrictions have just been on females and the harvest will end two weeks earlier this year at the end of November, Virginia is also limiting its overall harvest limits. The Chesapeake Bay foundation says it's hopeful this will help boost blue crab reproduction. Bodily organs could be preserved longer ahead of planned, transplants thanks to the findings of Australian researchers. One of the big issues during transplants, so blood transfusions is storage. It is short time frame. This leads to a bad $7 million each year being thrown away. Researcher doctor Safran Bryant. So we're trying to develop new car preservation technologies. You preservation includes a new cryo protective agent that prolongs the lifespan of platelets and bodily organs ahead of lifesaving transplants. Scott mayman, for CBS News, Brisbane, Australia, coming up, remembering a local artist who made a big impact. It's 8 43. An orthopedic surgeon makes understanding pain, painless. It's the biggest frustration that patients have. This is doctor Pamela Mehta, talking