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02:45 min | 2 months ago

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"Allen. Here are the top local stories we're following for you this hour. We are learning more this morning about what may have caused the pilot of a small plane to crash into a Montgomery county transmission tower last week. For his part, the pilot says he was flying too low in foggy conditions. The national transportation safety board agrees in its preliminary report that the weather was a factor. Pilot who was flying this airplane that crashed last Sunday Night and gave this bird was flying in really difficult and very challenging weather conditions. WTO's Dan ronin, who holds a commercial pilot's license and is a transportation expert, says the report shows that well before he made the approach to Montgomery county ear park, the pilot was having difficulty with navigation with air traffic controllers trying to get him back on course, and then as he started the approach. He was at the minimum overcast ceiling of what you could expect to get into that airport safely and legally. Ronan says it appears he got too low, ultimately hitting the transmission tower. Shayna doolin WTO news It usually takes the NTSB about a year to issue a full report. Metro wants to return to automated train operation and automated doors next year. If the Washington metro rail safety commission approves, since the red line crash at four totten in 2009 that killed 9 people, metro's train operators have manually stopped and started trains. Metro says all safety concerns after that crash have been addressed and returning to automation would lead to an increase in safety and prevent red light overruns. If it proved metro plans to begin testing, the automated system on red line trains next fall. With a rise in anti semitism and violence against Jews across the country, a new report commissioned by Virginia governor Glenn youngkin lays out recommendations to fight the hatred. The commission to combat anti semitism calls for amending Virginia's hate crime statutes to include the phrase ethnic identity. That would allow prosecution for targeting a victim because he's Jewish or believed to be Jewish. It recommends training police departments on identifying hate crimes and calls for Virginia state police to maintain a publicly available hate crime database. In classrooms the report calls for expanding teaching the history of anti semitism and the Holocaust Jewish American heritage month would be discussed in class and Virginia schools would be required to recognize Jewish holidays. Neolog can sting double you TLP news. In Montgomery county yesterday swearing in ceremony for the county executive was interrupted by protesters. Affordable housing climate change growing the economy and then when Montgomery county executive Mark L rich brought up racial equity at his inauguration, there were shouts from the audience. Our

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02:15 min | 5 months ago

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"Quote today It is 1103 on this Saturday, September 10th, 72° raining already in spots, showers moving into the rest of the area through the night. Thanks for joining us. I'm Shayna doolin, the top local stories we're following this hour and investigation is underway in northern Maryland, comes after 5 people were found dead in a home. The dead include three children a man and a woman. They were found in a home in Elk mills near the Delaware border. This is a tragic and terrible day for county and community. Cecil county sheriff Scott Adams. All the deceased appear to have suffered gunshot wounds. Now semi-automatic handgun was located near the deceased adult male. Sheriff's officers investigators are currently on scene and actively investigating the incident. He says four schools in the area were put on alert as the shooting unfolded, though he says investigators don't think there's any threat to the public. The two adult victims are now being identified as Marcus Milligan 39 years old and Tara Milligan 37 law enforcement say the two are the parents of the three other victims kids ages 1411 and 8. A fairfax county man has been arrested accused of exposing himself to several women near the Washington and old dominion trail. Police say 42 year old Juan Rodriguez of herndon was arrested Thursday for warrants from another state. They were able to link him to what happened there on the trail last month. He's facing three counts of indecent exposure is being held without bond. We'll get more details on the arrest from county police on Monday. Well, a 13 year old is under arrest, police say he shot at a group of middle school students walking home from school. It happened near springhill lane in Spring Hill drive in greenbelt on Wednesday. None of those boys were hurt. Green belt police and prince George's county police picked up the teen yesterday, his name isn't being released because he's so young. He faces charges, including second degree attempted murder. The harvest moon festival is celebrated each year in South Korea, Korean Americans here are celebrating they're asking everyone to join

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01:40 min | 5 months ago

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"You're not. Come on now. Very excited. Head of the county school system and new principal Porsche Barnes trying their hardest to get a group of teens pumped about their first day earlier. It was a bit easier at the new Cherokee lean elementary school campus where little kids, sporting masks, eagerly went inside. Norma Davis bringing her four grandkids says about the county's mask requirement. I think it's a good thing. She says it'll protect the kids from bringing the virus home. The CDC says transmission is low in the county now, galton acknowledged the dropping numbers, says an announcement on changes to that mandate will likely come later this week. Shayna doolin will be GOP news. Today's hot and humid weather has caused district officials to activate the city's heat emergency plan. It goes into effect when temperatures or the heat index in the district is 95° or higher. The city opens cooling centers for residents where they can seek relief. If you're in the district, you can call three one one to find places where you can go and we'll be checking the forecast in just a couple of minutes. It feels like it is 90° already in Washington. Coming up after traffic and weather as more data centers pop up in one local county, some residents say one of them is affecting their quality of life. It's 1207. Here's a highlight from Sean Fraser, the federal chief security officer for akhta on the zero trust cyber exchange, presented by Cara soft. So I think it's a no accident that the identity is the first pillar of zero trust. If you think about where we are functionally with regards to attackers who are trying to get access to systems, a lot of the low hanging fruit ends up living in our identity systems. So it's one of the first things we got to show up

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03:47 min | 8 months ago

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"Killed recently was remembered as his class graduated this weekend Graduations of milestone that all families look forward to And we are shocked and saddened by this tragic loss A diploma that should have gone to 18 year old Louise Hernandez was instead given to his parents Alexandria city high school principal Peter Bala says the senior was an exceptional young man with a kind heart To the Hernandez family please know that you are forever a part of the Titan family We are here for you now and we always will be Hernandez was killed in late May stabbed in a fight that broke out involving dozens of young people not too far from the school Police say a 16 year old student there has been arrested and is being charged with murder Shayna doolin WTO news A school board candidate in Frederick county who expressed concerns over books in an LGBTQ pride display at a local library recently took the matter into her own hands In hopes of making the library a quote safe place for children Heather Fletcher checked out all of the books on a display at the Brunswick public library Tuesday That's according to the Frederick news post Fletcher also removed a cup of pins with pronouns printed on them Now Fletcher a mother of young kids says she was concerned the display would lead to age inappropriate questions from children Her move came after library staff denied her request to have the display moved out of the lobby She told the post quote this has nothing to do with the gay community It has to do with the preservation of innocence Library staff replaced the display stressing their support for the rights of all library customers while aiming to raise awareness of diverse perspectives Melissa Howell WTO news In just about a month government employees in Virginia will have to go back to the office in person Though some will be allowed to telework if they get special permission problem is the youngkin administration has missed an important deadline to review those applications Governor Glen youngkin's chief of staff says they couldn't process all the requests by this Friday's June 3rd deadline ports chief of staff Jeff goatman sent an email to agency head saying a few more days were needed for the requests The governor's office says they did not receive some of those requests in a timely manner Young can announce the end of teleworking for Commonwealth employees in May He says it allows for more innovative and effective solutions for the state Neighboring government workers have long returned to the office both D.C. and Maryland employees return last summer Look lucrative WTO P news A horrible crime is being investigated on Maryland's eastern shore Second degree murder is the top of the list of ten charges against 49 year old Sean pierce in the death of his newborn He's being held without bail on the eastern shore Online Maryland court records show he is also charged with manslaughter three counts of felony child abuse and assault Police in federalsburg went to a camper on Memorial Day to help EMTs with the infant the baby died at a Delaware hospital The medical examiner in that state ruled the two months old death a homicide Pierce was picked up on an outstanding warrant in Pennsylvania on charges not related to the baby's death and Kramer A Maryland man has been arrested and weapons and ammunition were seized from his home after authorities say he fired nearly two dozen shots at law enforcement officers The Washington county sheriff's office says they received the 9-1-1 call late last night from a female who reported being threatened by man at a home on longfellow court in Hagerstown When deputy is trying to engage with the 42 year old Gerald Wayne kugel he fired at them through a window they say at close range deputies were able to get to safety and shortly after the woman exited the home police negotiated with the suspect who eventually surrendered they say and two other residents were safely removed as well Charges against Google include first degree attempted murder He's now being held without bond at the Washington county detention center Coming up after traffic and weather a new federal news network survey on how federal workers feel about requirements to go back face to face It's.

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01:53 min | 8 months ago

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"Evening I'm Shayna doolin won Herrera is our producer a special report now from CBS News CBS News special report remembering those who've made the ultimate sacrifice President Biden spoke at Arlington national cemetery on this Memorial Day after he laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier Moral day is always a day where pain and pride are mixed together Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin tells those who have lost loved ones in service There we go all of you support that does not waver We renew that dedication every Memorial Day Retired army sergeant Tony Mustafa visited the Vietnam War memorial People that's on the Vietnam War that was personal to me We were 17 18 years old there I still remember the conversations that we had More than 58,000 U.S. service members died in the Vietnam War CBS News special report I'm Jennifer Kuiper It's 8 32 as the nation still reels from two recent mass shootings in New York and in Texas Senators from both parties are promising to continue meeting on possible gun legislation WTO's Mitchell Miller is following all this from Capitol Hill Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy says talks with Republicans will keep moving forward We will be engaged in bipartisan conversations to try to find a path forward to make our streets safer to make our schools safer Members of both parties have said improving background checks and so called red flag laws to keep guns out of the hands of those deemed harmful to themselves or others remain the most likely areas of agreement Illinois Republican Adam kinzinger speaking recently on ABC praises Murphy's latest efforts He is really focusing on what can I actually do at.

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03:47 min | 10 months ago

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"The top stories we're following for you this morning on WTO some strong words from Russia's foreign minister as he warns Ukraine risks provoking World War three and the threat of a nuclear conflict should not be underestimated Sergei Lavrov blamed Ukraine for stahl talks between the two countries and accused the United States and Britain of pressuring Kyiv not to reach agreement to end the fighting The U.S. Supreme Court has turned away a plea from parents to block a new admissions policy at Thomas Jefferson high school in fairfax county A lower court ruled that the policy discriminates against Asian American students the high court's decision to not get involved allows the policy to continue the group representing the parents says it's disappointed and will continue to fight Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes The kid museum in Bethesda will soon have more space for learning and exploration In addition to its current location at the Davis library it's adding another location at Bethesda metro center And right here it's just a geared motor So participants come and generate electricity There's also grinding and sawing All under the supervision of trained adults and with safety equipment We have these robots over here The kid museums liss O'Brien says this is a place to learn new skills like robotics and sewing and coating and most of all a place to have fun It's not your traditional museum where you simply look at things We encourage kids to touch and feel and try things make things together The museum opens for visitors every Sunday and schools during the week starting May 22nd In Bethesda Shayna doolin WTO news It's 7 18 Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks over to Jack Taylor and the traffic center I will start riding downtown slowly D.C. two 95 or on the brakes after eastern avenue all the way down toward Pennsylvania avenue with a delayed building leaving the 11th street bridge headed northbound back toward Pennsylvania avenue I two 95 northbound also getting slower You should leave ox and cove headed north riding up toward the J bab and continuing toward Malcolm X a little slower traffic northbound in the third street tunnel riding up toward the light at New York avenue Very slow traffic and Chevrolet 50 going westbound inside the beltway riding toward northeast so far nothing reported but an extremely high amount of volume Now you will find we're slow in Maryland top side of the beltway outer loop 95 over to Georgia avenue interloop delays two ten head down toward the Wilson bridge on the brakes two 70 south leaving Frederick near the monocacy who were banned down toward one O 9 then in Germantown toward Montgomery village avenue 95 southbound ramp to eastbound route 100 a vehicle off the roadway in the ditch ballinger creek pike at point of rocks road You may be under direction this crash reportedly involved in overturned vehicle possibly an overturned on three O one in the plate in your Mitchell road the overturn might be on Mitchell wrote itself In Virginia still slow 95 north levon woodbridge as you head through lorton the activity up at the fairfax county Parkway gone nothing left to look at Again heavy through the Springfield interchange to go north on three 95 where it remains heavy up toward king street then you'll slow it across the 14th Lanes are now open 95 southbound after route one in spottsylvania the earlier vehicle fire off the roadway to the right side On old bridge road east before one 23 that crash has just the right lane getting by and we're squeezing by again on the dulles access road before hundred mil road from an earlier crash just stay to the left to get by Pair of ton supporting national security on this planet and beyond by doing the can't be done Visit periton dot com for more info Jack Taylor TOP traffic My extender for it's a pretty gray morning this morning It is We're starting to see some patchy dense fog developing across portions of Maryland especially from the route 50 corridor southward all the way into southern Maryland where some areas are seeing visibility down to a half mile and fall So watch out as patchy and you may come up on that fog at speed So the fog will lift over the next couple.

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03:19 min | 11 months ago

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"House of delegates passed legislation that would give voters the chance to adopt a constitutional amendment protecting abortion rights in the state But don't look for it on the ballot this November Maryland state senates on the cusp of passing a bill that started in the house that expands access to abortion by allowing not just doctors but medical professionals like nurse practitioners and physicians assistants to perform abortions too After the Bill passed its second reading Senate president Bill Ferguson announced this is going to be the only time we take up this issue the session Meaning no vote on a constitutional amendment is coming I really appreciate senators approach and how things have moved forward and kind of balanced argument These are one of these value difference questions that we do the best we can Marilyn law already specifically protects abortion John dome in WTO news Montgomery county schools wants to know if they're doing enough to fight racism They're asking parents students and staff to take part in an ongoing anonymous survey The survey includes questions like am I proud of what I learned in school And does the school's curriculum strengthen students sense of racial ethnic and tribal identities and help them understand and resist systems of oppression The school district says they're doing it as part of ongoing work to address racial and systemic barriers in county public schools The survey is for all students grades four to 12 as well as for staff and school parents It's due by the end of this month The push to expand anti racism and diversity programs in schools has sparked backlash from some parents in parts of our area Shayna doolin WTO news Virginia has approved loudoun counties requests to restore route 7s name to Leesburg pike and route 50 back to little river turnpike but the future name of one stretch of road is still up in the air The town of percival asked the Commonwealth transportation board for permission to rename a short stretch of route 7 as Billy pierce memorial pike He grew up there and became a noted choreographer the state gave its approval But now loudon county says it's news to them The county says having one stretch of route 7 with a different name could cause confusion to someone calling 9-1-1 and the public safety agencies Now the town council there is considering putting size on either end of town to honor Billy pierce rather than renaming the actual road Money news at 25 and 55 Many Americans plan to look for a new job I'm Mark Hamrick with a bank rate dot com personal finance management The new bank rate survey finds a majority of Americans currently employed or looking for work thought of as being in the workforce say they're likely to search for a new job in the next 12 months This includes about two thirds or more of the youngest workers specifically Generation Z 18 to 25 and younger millennials 26 through 32 Even with rising prices more Americans are prioritizing flexible hours or the ability to work remoter from home over higher pay Some 55% say the ability to work remote or from home and or flexible hours are more important to them than before the COVID-19 outbreak 52% cite higher pay as being a more important This preference for better work life balance is highest for younger workers 55% of those who are employed are looking for work say they felt underpaid at some time over the past year compared to.

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02:35 min | 11 months ago

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"At increasing clouds this Tuesday mild highs in the mid 60s to around 70 We're back up to 54 in our nation's capital now The inland we do indeed thank you for taking us along for your morning ride dropping the local stories we were looking at for you this hour Federal judge in the district blocking a D.C. law we hear that took effect back in 2020 that would allow children as young as 11 to be vaccinated without their parents knowledge Two parents had challenged the law over the summer Trump appointee judge Trevor mcfaden granted preliminary injunctions in this case in both of those suits actually in his ruling he said the law targets religious parents The American medical association and other organizations had filed a brief in support of the law They said miners should not be forced to go without potentially lifesaving vaccinations because a parent might punish them School bus driver here at home says he was attacked recently by a group of teenagers in Vienna near the Vienna Woods swim and tennis club It all started when the bus driver says he noticed a car with three teens in it driving erratically blowing through stop signs and driving too closely behind his bus The bus driver followed their car and stopped to record their license plate The teens trying to stop him from jotting down that info threw him to the ground and started attacking him That's what the driver told Vienna police who say this happened last week Monday Please say they got to the scene on Kingsley road southwest near cottage street shortly after 5 p.m. They tell WTO P the teens weren't arrested it's up to the driver to press charges Shayna doolin WP news The 29 year old truck driver who was killed over the weekend Saturday night in a road rage shooting has now been identified this morning as delonte hicks Maryland state police say it looks like hicks was actually arguing with another driver at that time on eastbound route 50 and hyattsville at the intersection of veterans highway the other driver pulled a gun they say fired at hicks and hitting That was about 6 p.m. Friday evening police say after the shooting the gunman took off possibly in a dark sedan If you know anything about the shooting incident the state police would love to hear from you today Some people say they were attacked in a drive by paintball shooting around Pentagon city locally Arlington county police say this morning two people were walking near southeast street in 15th street south around 7 30 Friday evening when a car drove by and shot them with paint balls a passenger in the suspect's car also hit a parked vehicle in the door to a business about 90 minutes later two more victims were then struck with paint balls while walking in the same area One of the victims went to the hospital for what's considered treatment of non life threatening injuries released this morning and looking for a.

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01:53 min | 11 months ago

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"Brief in support of the law They said minors should not be forced to go without potentially lifesaving vaccinations because a parent might punish them School bus driver locally says he was attacked last week by a group of teens in Vienna near the Vienna Woods swim and tennis club It all started when the bus driver says he noticed a car with three teens in it driving erratically blowing through stop signs and driving too closely behind his bus The bus driver followed their car and stopped to record their license plate The teens trying to stop him from jotting down that info threw him to the ground and started attacking him That's what the driver told Vienna police who say this happened last week Monday Please say they got to the scene on Kingsley road southwest near cottage street shortly after 5 p.m. They tell WTO P the teens weren't arrested it's up to the driver to press charges Shayna doolin WTO news The 29 year old tow truck driver who was killed Saturday night in a road rage shooting has been identified as delante hicks Maryland state police said this morning it looks like hicks was arguing with another driver on eastbound route 50 and hyattsville At the intersection of veterans highway the other driver apparently pulled a gun fired at hicks and hitting that was about 6 p.m. police say after the shooting the gunman took off possibly in a dark sedan If you know anything about the shooting incident the state police say they would like to hear from you this morning Some people say they were attacked in a drive by paintball shooting around Pentagon's city recently Arlington county police say this morning two people were apparently walking near southeast street and 15th street south around 7 30 for ID evening ahead of the weekend when a car drove by and shot them with paintballs Passenger in the suspect's car also hit a parked vehicle and the door to a business about 90 minutes later were told two more victims were struck with pink balls while walking to the area one of the victims went to the hospital for treatment of what is considered non life threatening injuries police are looking at this point for a.

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01:59 min | 11 months ago

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"Are struggling to get help Nearly half of adults in Northern Virginia with mental health needs who want therapy or counseling are not able to get it That's one of the findings from a study released this week by the community foundation for Northern Virginia The group also discovered a fourfold increase in the number of people dealing with active symptoms of anxiety or depression Back in 2019 that number was at 8% Now it's as high as 28% Gigi Barnett WTO news D.C. and Virginia are planning on ramping up their COVID-19 surveillance by monitoring wastewater It's billed as a much more efficient way to detect potential outbreaks Case numbers are low in our region now but if another variant changes things wastewater can pick up positive cases a week even two weeks before people start getting symptoms You're going to see that spike in the wastewater immediately D.C.'s chief epidemiologist and the Al mangla says if they know the virus is spreading in certain areas they can be proactive Trying to make sure people are vaccinated People are tested Therapy is ready And start doing mitigation protocols D.C. hopes to launch the surveillance program in April Virginia will be ramping up its program in the coming weeks and will be putting the data up on an online dashboard Shayna doolin WTO news The man who created one of the most popular toys of all time will soon be inducted into the inventor's Hall of Fame And we spoke to the guy who came up with the idea for the super soaker By day Lonnie Johnson worked for NASA The super soccer uses pressurized tanks and so do a rocket So there's that commonality He came up with the concept in 1982 When you have a idea and you want to take it to market you need investors Lonnie Johnson just spoke at south by Southwest on diversity in innovation That did present a little bit more of a challenge for me And my strategy was to demonstrate the technology and then put it on the table and let it stand on its own merit The super soaker became the number one selling toy in the world Neil odd can stain double pinos.

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02:00 min | 11 months ago

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"And running in April Shayna doolin WTO news coming up in money news The dowry is up 400 points now What your least vehicle is really worth I'm Jeff Gable It's 1148 With traffic and weather on the 8s Rita Kessler in the WTO traffic center Well in Maryland we continued to monitor the convoy making its way down to 70 in quite a few waves the front wave seems to be headed past 28 right now trying to head toward montrose and the lane divide onto the outer loop of the beltway Keep in mind if they do in fact end up traveling on northbound three 95 again to head into the district They're going to close those exits off again Just to keep the convoy moving till it gets onto I two 95 So something to keep in mind if that's where you think you need to go You may want to try to take another way into the city instead of getting caught up in the kind of backup that we had yesterday Now in Virginia he's found 66 the delays from one 23 headed toward nutley street due to the work you'll also find 95 in Virginia northbound the delays are headed in through Fredericksburg after route three there should be some work then a delay northbound into Quantico the crash was along the left side you'll also find delays into triangle that had possibly been due to a work zone Now in the district the westbound freeway delay is coming from south capital street headed toward Maine avenue that's due to a work zone northbound D.C. two 95 is crawling toward benning road due to the work and we have the work on northbound 95 in Maryland delays approaching and passing one 98 toward the patuxent river bridge and two 16 This was work along the right side Convenient cost effective urgent and primary care is at patient first just walk in open 365 days a year including weekends at holidays learn more at patient first dot com I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic Storm team for samar Theodore a beautiful day in store temperatures are going to continue to rise into the mid to upper 60s pretty close to 70° by this afternoon We are dry and mostly sunny for your.

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04:02 min | 11 months ago

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"Years car hitting a crowd of people is a very serious event Donnelly says three others were taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries In northwest Shayna doolin WTO news WTO keeps you updated on Ukraine CBS News special report Russian troops are shelling port cities in southern Ukraine and in mariupol deputy mayor Sergey orlov says they need help All that was done about sanctions about weapons supply and we asked more help and our best wish to give possibility to protect our lives against bombing from the an estimated two and a half million Ukrainians have left the country in many are in Poland Business insiders John halter wenger is in Poland I visited an abandoned mall that was turned into a refugee transit center And they're getting filled up literally by the minute by the hour Buses are coming in trains are coming in They're filled with refugees And these are mostly women and children Men of a certain age are not allowed to leave the country due to the war American intelligence officials say Russian pilots are averaging about 200 sorties a day compared with 5 to ten for the Ukrainians CBS News special report I'm Peter king Indeed the Russian forces are expanding their offensive hitting new areas in the country's west while Russian president Vladimir Putin approves the recruitment of what are being called volunteers from Syria and elsewhere to join the fight Russian forces are striking areas near the Polish border but the focus is the invasion of Kyiv Bill roger is senior fellow at the foundation for defense and democracies He tells WTO tonight the Russian army is quickly gaining ground in the east and Russian forces are aiming to sever the eastern half of Ukraine Along the east yeah they're preparing to chop that portion off They're moving from both the south and from the north And if they can take this town of dnipro you're going to see about one 5th of Ukraine directly under Russian control Maybe a quarter of the country Bill roggio senior fellow at FTD Tonight a judge in Texas temporarily blocked the state from investigating parents who obtained gender transitioning medical care for their children The governor of Texas had directed child protective services to open the investigations calling the treatments child abuse Judge Amy Clark meachum granted the temporary injunction blocking governor Abbott's order until judgment is decided on the full merit of the case the trial date is set for July 11th Nietzsche said her order prevents the state from taking any action against the plaintiffs in this case the families of transgender kids Attorney Shelley scheme represents the families She says their goal goes beyond a temporary injunction We started seeing investigations being open into families simply because they have trans kids And what we're seeking to do is to stop that Chris Fox for CBS News Austin School leaders here in Virginia are pushing back following the release of a report by governor Glenn youngkin's administration It all centers on equity initiatives at the governor considers divisive Virginia's association of school superintendents released a letter responding to a 30 day report to end what the young can administration calls divisive concepts around race and equity Then Kaiser is the executive director of that and says the letter makes clear their disagreement with youngkin's decision to rescind Ed equity work It also calls for more open communication and collaboration The whole purpose is to serve children better so that all children have the resources and the support to succeed Melissa Howell WTO news And the superintendent of public instruction Jillian below responded saying that they have offered to keep communications open and quote ensure we are serving all students A story will be coming back to for certain here on WTO Right now we're going to focus on this weekend's forecast especially tomorrow It will not be a blizzard by any stretch but it could feel blizzard like at times Brianna Berman solo will tell us more in just about three minutes Ten 36 Feeling like it's time to refresh your appliances great news Applying saving season starts now During the march savings.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Been the several presidents or anything else But it didn't matter with that He could be with someone four years old or the president And everyone's feeling exactly the same His only son Ronald a fellow pilot says his father would have been surprised by how many people came to his viewing but he's not given the legacy his father leaves behind Not only as a tuskegee airman who played a pivotal role in integrating the services but as a mentor to generations after He's inspiring you know that neither the youth but even adults to do their best all the time And that's the limits on themselves Brigadier general MD's funeral will be on Sunday Shayna doolin WTP news The debate in prince George's county involves two alternative high schools that are now on the chopping block and now those fighting to keep them open say they're being threatened for speaking out She said do not speak at this Thursday's meeting or any future budget meeting Jade mason's a student at community based classroom An alternative high school in bladensburg She testified Thursday night before the prince George's county school board saying she got a call from someone she didn't know who wanted to intimidate her into not speaking out Our partners at NBC four say a report was made to prince George's county police both CBC and tall oaks high are facing proposed closures Both of those alternative schools happen to be my clients who are the principles attorney Mitchell bat notes the leaders of those two schools hired him to sue the county over unpaid wages in 2019 though he says it's too early to say yet whether there's any connection John Doe in WTO P news Rebecca vo has been convicted of killing a Gaithersburg couple after driving drunk The sentence 6 years in prison investigators say vote was speeding and legally intoxicated when she crashed her BMW into their Toyota rav four Prawn and Pamela Sharma dying in the attack here's Montgomery county state's attorney John McCarthy Always.

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

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"Westbound inside the beltway near two O two landover road that's a report of the crash used caution there Rob stallworth traffic Thanks rob Let's get another look at this coming storm with Steve pritzi valley Which are weather advisories are posted for the greater D.C. area winter storms for our northern western suburbs as snow arrives and it will accumulate quickly this afternoon before changing to sleep freezing rain and then rain this evening One to three inches in the greater D.C. area three to 6 inches in the far northern western suburbs with highs in the 30s Tonight blustery and rain will end after midnight then mostly cloudy blustery cold Monday low 40s I'm storm team four meteorologist few prince of Allen It is a cool 24° here in Washington D.C. at 1230 This is W TOP Your source for today's top news traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated In your car at home at work and on the go WTO P never this a moment Hey I hope you're having a good Sunday afternoon I'm Shayna doolin Anika velas our producer and coming up We've got a big storm coming our way will tell you what you need to know Also loudon county school board now the subject of a state investigation I'm John doeman Late spring is said to be the earliest possible opening date for the silver line extension I'm John Aaron It is 1231 here at WTO P and we are expecting a big storm this afternoon heavy snow turning the ice and freezing rain Let's go to a report now With storm team fours Steve prince of valley We are bracing for another winter storm arriving in the area this afternoon winter weather advisories posted for the I 95 corridor and the greater D.C. area winter storm warnings for our northern and western suburbs snow arriving from south to north then changing to ice freezing rain and rain as we head toward evening Accumulations one to three inches for the greater D.C. area three to 6 inches though in the far northern western suburbs as we top off in the 30s later this afternoon Windswept rain tonight will end after midnight then mostly cloudy Monday blustery cold lower 40s near 40 and partly sunny on Tuesday stormed before meteorologists depressive valley Thanks Steve And minority leader Mitch McConnell and other leading Republicans we are learning are increasing their campaign to persuade Marilyn governor Larry Hogan to run for Senate.

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03:35 min | 1 year ago

"shayna doolin" Discussed on WTOP

"Moment Hey thanks for joining us I'm Shayna doolin Alicia abelson is our producer and coming up House minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he will not be cooperating with the House committee investigating the January 6th attack Also House Democrats are one step closer to voting on an election rights bill And Police video of a deadly encounter in Silver Spring I'm dick giuliano It's 1131 The January 6th select committee investigating the attack on the capitol is now seeking testimony from House minority leader Kevin McCarthy but he says he's refusing to cooperate in a statement tonight McCarthy says quote it is with neither regret nor satisfaction that I have concluded not to participate New York Times congressional reporter Luke broadwater joined me earlier to talk about it He said that he had nothing else to add to the committee He called the committee illegitimate He accused them of abuse of power And of being politically motivated So this will bring us now to a showdown between the top Republican the House minority leader and the January 6th committee WTO's Mitch Miller has more on why the committee wants to hear from McCarthy The committee wants to talk to the GOP leader about what he knows that took place with The White House before during and after the insurrection In a letter sent to McCarthy the chair of the panel congressman Bennie Thompson points out that McCarthy has acknowledged having a heated conversation with former president Trump as the rioting at the capitol took place Thompson also points to communications McCarthy had with former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and the letter notes that McCarthy appears to have changed his tone since stating that the former president bears responsibility for what happened The committee is requesting McCarthy's testimony as it has with two other GOP lawmakers who have declined to cooperate On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO P news Meanwhile we're learning that former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany set down Wednesday with investigators from that committee McEnany appeared before the committee virtually CBS News was the first to report her meeting with a panel She was subpoenaed along with former Trump aides Stephen Miller and other White House employees Her summons largely focused on false statements she made promoting baseless claims of voter fraud While there are some movement tonight in the house on a voting rights bill the house has just voted to pass a rule along party lines that will allow for a vote on the freedom to vote John R Lewis act tomorrow the legislation combines two bills the Senate's freedom to vote act and the house's John Lewis voting rights advancement act If the bill passes the house tomorrow it will head to the Senate for consideration passage of the rule comes as President Biden has been pushing fellow Democrats to come together to overhaul the filibuster so they can then override Republican opposition in the Senate And to that end President Biden is supposed to be meeting privately with Senate Democrats tomorrow at the capitol to talk about changing the filibuster rules in the Senate Democrats are struggling to get everyone on the same page about really blowing up the filibuster Meanwhile the Senate's top Republican is calling President Biden's voting rights speech he gave earlier this week quote profoundly unpresidential Mitch McConnell also says the president was elected to unite and not divide the country I did not recognize the man at the podium Yesterday McConnell is threatening harsh consequences if Senate Democrats change those rules regarding the filibuster Coming up on WTP.

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03:53 min | 1 year ago

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"Morning I'm Christopher Cruise teddy gelman is our producer coming up Congressional Democrats and Republicans reach a deal that could avert a future economic crisis On Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller Another ruling on vaccine mandates goes against the president and More issues found in the investigation into metro's blue line derailment I'm Shayna doolin The district losing thousands in unpaid traffic fines I'm Gigi Barnett Three 31 Democrats and Republicans in Congress don't agree on much obviously but they've been able to forge a unique deal to avoid defaulting on the nation's debt WTO's Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says lawmakers don't want to bump up against a deadline for raising the debt limit in the coming week We want a simple majority without a convoluted risky lengthy process And the Senate's top Republican Mitch McConnell is on board with legislation moving forward that will allow Democrats alone to approve raising the debt limit with 51 votes We want to make it clear that we do not support this level of spending The change to a simple majority will allow Republicans to avoid voting to raise the debt ceiling though as Democrats point out it covers past spending approved by members of both parties On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO P news It's another blow to the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for employees of federal contractors A federal judge in Georgia blocked the administration from enforcing its vaccine mandate for federal contractors The decision applies to federal contractors across the country the judge in Georgia says the president didn't have authority under federal procurement law to issue the executive order establishing the mandate in the first place Contractors had until January 4th to get vaccine doses under the mandate Nicole de graco federal news network The World Health Organization says blood plasma from people who have recovered from COVID is not an effective treatment an international group of experts made the conclusions about such costly and time consuming transfusions based on results from 16 trials involving more than 16,000 patients President Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin met virtually on Tuesday for two hours as tensions escalate between Russia and Ukraine over fears of a Russian invasion of the country We learned what they said to one another from national security adviser Jake Sullivan who briefed reporters shortly after the call JJ green has more on that The president was direct and straightforward with Vladimir Putin He said there was no finger wagging He said there was a lot of give and take but the president was very clear with Vladimir Putin where the U.S. stands on this And he also said to during the question and answer period that they believe Vladimir Putin has not made up his mind about whether or not he's going to invade Ukraine but they made it very clear again that there are some very serious consequences if he decides to do that Sullivan says Biden will address President Biden will address Congress on the situation and will speak with the president of Ukraine later this week China has accused the U.S. of violating the Olympic spirit by announcing a diplomatic boycott of the winter games in Beijing A foreign ministry spokesperson says the U.S. is attempting to interfere with the Winter Olympics out of ideological prejudice and based on lies and rumors The comment comes amid an increasingly bitter feud over the Biden administration's decision not to send officials over human rights concerns The China official continues the diplomatic boycott seriously violates the principle of political neutrality of sports established by the Olympic charter and runs counter to the Olympic motto more united I'm Charles De Ledesma Coming up on no job for Chris Cuomo and now no book The news continues in 60 seconds three 34.

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03:50 min | 1 year ago

"shayna doolin" Discussed on WTOP

"A moment Good morning I'm Christopher Cruise Laura's battalion is our producer coming up Congressional Democrats and Republicans reach a deal that could avert a future economic crisis On Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller Another ruling on vaccine mandates goes against President Biden and More issues found in the investigation into metro's blue line derailment I'm Shayna doolin The district losing thousands in unpaid traffic fines I'm Gigi Barnett One 31 Democrats and Republicans in Congress don't agree on much but they've been able to forge a unique deal to avoid defaulting on the nation's debt The Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says lawmakers don't want to bump up against a deadline for raising the debt limit in the coming week We want a simple majority without a convoluted risky lengthy process And the Senate's top Republican Mitch McConnell is on board with legislation moving forward that will allow Democrats alone to approve raising the debt limit with 51 votes We want to make it clear that we do not support this level of spending The change to a simple majority will allow Republicans to avoid voting to raise the debt ceiling though as Democrats point out it covers past spending approved by members of both parties On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO P news It's another blow to the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for federal contractors A federal judge in Georgia blocked the administration from enforcing its vaccine mandate for federal contractors The decision applies to federal contractors across the country the judge in Georgia says the president didn't have authority under federal procurement law to issue the executive order establishing the mandate in the first place Contractors had until January 4th to get vaccine doses under the mandate Nicole de Greco federal news network The World Health Organization says blood plasma from people who've recovered from COVID is not an effective treatment An international group of experts made the conclusions about such costly time consuming transfusions based on results from 16 trials involving more than 16,000 patients President Biden and Russian leader of Vladimir Putin met virtually on Tuesday as tensions escalate between Russia and Ukraine over fears of a Russian invasion of the country We learned what the presidents said to one another from national security adviser Jake Sullivan who briefed reporters shortly after the call The beauty of peace JJ green has that The president was direct and straightforward with Vladimir Putin He said there was no finger wagging He said there was a lot of give and take but the president was very clear with Vladimir Putin where the U.S. stands on this And he also said to during the question and answer period that they believe Vladimir Putin has not made up his mind about whether or not he's going to invade Ukraine but they made it very clear again that there are some very serious consequences if he decides to do that Jake Sullivan says mister Biden will address Congress on the situation and will speak with the president of Ukraine later this week China has accused the U.S. of violating the Olympic spirit by announcing a diplomatic boycott of the winter games in Beijing A foreign ministry spokesperson says the U.S. is attempting to interfere with the Winter Olympics out of ideological prejudice and based on lies and rumors The comment comes amid an increasingly bitter feud over the Biden administration's decision not to send officials over human rights concerns The China official continues the diplomatic boycott seriously violates the principle of political neutrality of sports established by the Olympic charter and runs counter to the Olympic motto more united I'm Charles De Ledesma Coming up on job no book One 34 Building.

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