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"We've gotta follow up to yesterday's shooting on the platform of the Anacostia Metro station. It is now a murder investigation. DC police tell us the victim has died. Surveillance video shows 49 year old Marcus Covington of Southwest, exchanging a few words with the man who pulled out a gun and shot Covington at close range around 1 30 yesterday afternoon. D C. Police are offering a reward of up to $25,000 to anyone who provides information leading to the gunman's arrest. You can read more on the W T o P app. Maryland's governor, Larry Hogan, is urging Congress to cut the red tape on transportation funding so road in transit projects could be completed without what he calls unnecessary DeLay. Governor Larry Hogan says big projects like building a new American Legion porridge and expanding the Beltway and I to 70 with toll lanes. Will help boost the economy after the pandemic. Investing in infrastructure is more important than ever as we worked, bring the pandemic to an end and to get more people back to work and to build a sustainable economic recovery, Hogan told the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. The American Legion Bridge project will create more than 100,000 jobs. The governor says Congress should make funding more certain and reliable for long term planning. And environmental impact studies should be reduced to two years from seven, particularly on O w t o P New Despite the governor's words to Congress, there's more fallout from the 2 70 Beltway, told Lane proposal in Montgomery County. It comes from Maryland state lawmakers who are backing a pair of bills to put the plan under a microscope. A group has already been selected to do pre development work on the toll lanes project. And critics don't want to see things go further without more information about its environmental effects. Let me just be very clear The reason it's important to have the environmental impact statement complete before we enter a contract with a private party is we want to know what we're buying delegate Marc Corman. We want to know more about the product before entering the piece rate, not less. And right now we're gonna know less about this project. Then we did about the purple line when we answer that he threw the bills being considered, would provide more scrutiny of those public private partnerships in general and the toll lanes project in particular. John Aeryn. W T O P NEW Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson says A rash of people who recently tested positive for covert at the Statehouse complex have now tested negative six centers were absent from yesterday's floor session at least some in part due to chamber rules that require you to quarantine today. Two senators were absent from the floor session. But Maryland matters reports this was unrelated to any testing issues, Ferguson says. There's a 14% rate of False positives on the rapid test that they use at the State House complex under Senate rules senators of tested at least twice a week and take a number of other precautions. Huge house fire lit up the sky of northwest D. C last night and overnight, the flames could be seen from Arlington High rises even though it was burning near the vice president's mansion and embassy row. Huge orange flames shot into the sky Here on 31st Street northwest near embassy row. It could be seen halfway across the city. Peter Kovar lives four houses down those enormous banging on our door and the fireman or very responsible. And banging its A get out of your house right away. Luckily, no one was hurt. All that's left of the home. The brick and stone facing in a few walls, holding that up in northwest Kyle Cooper, w T o P News pictures are really something to see. Do so now on the W T o p app. It just looks like the outline of the houses left. Still ahead tonight in money News. Disney's many reopening, But will you be able to enjoy any.
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"48 in Southeast the check brought to you by patient first positions, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs. 20 D C. Metro area medical centers. 9 40 on w T o P. The House plans to vote this Friday. President Biden's coronavirus relief bill that approaches almost $2 Trillion. House Democratic leader Steny Hoyer made the announcement on Twitter about the vote tonight. The package now known as the America Rescue Plan, just cleared the House Budget Committee yesterday. It's expected to pass the full house. But there's some doubt about approval in the Senate. President Biden says his administration will move forward with the pandemic fighting plan that was considered and dropped under his predecessor. The president's repeatedly urged Americans to keep wearing masks. Man says the White House will provide them. We're probably going to be sending out An awful lot of mask around the country very shortly millions of them, though the president did not give any other details like cost or type. Earlier, his spokeswoman said. The administration will boost vaccine doses going to states about 14.5 million this week. That's an increase. In fact, in vaccine allocations of nearly 70% Bring the Biden Harris administration Jen Psaki says doses sent straight to pharmacies will also go up by about 100,000 this week. Soccer Megane Washington Corona virus. Vaccine shortages continue, But Maryland governor Larry Hogan anticipates that may quickly change with the nation's third vaccine, finding its way into Maryland arms as soon as next week. Governor Larry Hogan says there were two million doses of Johnson and Johnson single dose vaccine manufactured in Baltimore that are ready for shipment. And he says federal officials have told him the vaccine could receive emergency use authorization Friday, and shipments could start next week. They didn't commit to next week, but they said it could happen as early as next week. As school buildings begin to reopen to students. Governor Hogan has signed an executive order clarifying that masks are required for all over the age of five and school settings. Where people come together, including classrooms. Always cafeterias, auditoriums, engine gymnasiums, Dick Uliano. W T o P. NEWS. It's 9 42 on w T. O P. Several people of Maryland State House complex in Annapolis testing positive for covert Senate President Bill Ferguson made the announcement today but did not specify if the positive tests were among lawmakers or other employees. Nine lawmakers were absent during the chambers quorum call today, although their absence is doing Not necessarily mean they were among those who tested positive agencies are tweaking their covert safety plans following new mandates from the Biden administration more from federal news networks. Nicola Briscoe, Agriculture and Justice Departments, Environmental Protection Agency and the Office of Personnel Management are among the agencies that have new plans. They all emphasize most employees should continue to tell the work. Building occupancy in most cases is limited at 25% capacity. Justice reminded employees that's a floor, not a ceiling, and OPM and USDA say they'll give employees 30 days advance notice before having them returned to the office. Nicolet Briscoe Federal News Network New Tonight. No charges filed against seven Rochester, New York police officers in connection with last year's death of a black man Daniel Prude. The decision by grand jury was announced by New York Attorney General Letitia James, a criminal justice. System has frustrated efforts to hold law enforcement officers accountable. The unjustified killing of unarmed African Americans and what binds these cases is a tragic loss of life in circumstances in which the death could have been avoided. Body camera video shows proved naked and incoherent on the street in March of last year, toxicology reports later found he was high on PCP. Officers put a spit hood on proves head hand cuffed him and pushed his face to the ground. He eventually stopped breathing, and he died a week later of medical examiner ruled the death a homicide. 9 44 exterior medics. We are proud to collaborate with our customers and share their vision for us. What was really important initially was finding a company that could help us with everything from roof shutters to color choices to light fixtures. We were looking for a team that would be part of that process,.
"state house complex" Discussed on WTOP
"Tiger Woods, The Gulf icon, seriously hurt this evening after his SUV rolled over and ended up on its side in suburban Los Angeles, happened early today. In a news conference going on right now, Authorities say Woods was speeding. But they say it does not appear he was impaired. What we're looking at signs of influence under the influence of either a narcotics medication, alcohol, order of alcohol, all these different things that would give you a new idea in their behavior. But there was not one present that Sheriff Alex Bill in a wave of with the L. A Sheriff's department. The golf superstar had to be pulled out through the windshield is agent says he's been in surgery to repair compound leg fractures. Woods was alone in the SUV when it crashed shortly before 10:15 A.m. D C. Time. He is listed in serious condition right now, the news conference is still ongoing. Tonight's more details coming up soon. You're on double d t o P. 6 21. In other news this evening, several people in Maryland State House complex in Annapolis Tested positive for Koven. Senate President Bill Ferguson made that announcement earlier today, but he didn't specify whether the positive tests were among lawmakers or other employees. Nine lawmakers were absent during the chambers quorum call today, although their absences don't necessarily mean they were among those who tested positive. As most local school system set up phased timelines for bringing students back to class again. One county says it's ready to bring most of them back right now. The Fort Carroll County School board voted unanimously to allow families to choose to have students back in schools four days a week, Superintendent David Jenks said. That could mean less than 6 ft between desks. But with masks state health guidance says that should be safe. This is one of those moments in time where we all need to be on the same page as far as what we're expecting from our kids. While distance learning will remain an option, he says. There may be a leg in getting those questions answered in some instances may have to wait until Wednesday. That's the one asynchronous day for everyone. The log in stained wtl Pino. Should Virginia require schools to offer full time in person learning lawmakers are considering that question. Richmond, Virginia Democratic delegate Skyler Van Valkenburgh said the bill he sponsored will have schools open safely. Make sure teachers in school staff get access to covert vaccines and won't force students back to in person. Learning folks are able to learn virtually if they have medical reasons that they feel are important or if their communities just a little bit more wary of going back joint sponsor Republican Virginia state senator should bond done events, said the data shows held vital getting back to in person. Learning is the number one health care crises we have now in Virginia is what our Children are suffering increased suicide rates. Depression learning loss. The measure passed the House Education Committee Monday. If enacted, it goes into effect July 1st. Michelle Morello, w T. O P News and some local kindergartners finally had their first day in school in actual classrooms. They're Fairfax County. Teachers say they're doing everything possible to make them feel welcome and save 24 little ones begin school today. Here a.
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"Brought to buy new look home to sign right now, say 50% off all roofing materials breaking news this afternoon Golf Great Tiger Woods is hurt in a car crash in Los Angeles County. According to the other sheriff's department. Tiger Woods was involved in what's described as a single vehicle rollover accident. Woods was the only occupant. The vehicle an SUV suffered major damage. Most of the front portion was crushed. Authorities had to use what's called the jaws of life to get Woods out the extent of Tiger Woods. Injuries are unclear. He has been taken to a local hospital. Steve Futterman, CBS NEWS Los Angeles We have heard from what's his agent who says Woods suffered multiple leg injuries. He's been in surgery this afternoon. The L. A county sheriffs will be holding a news conference at 6 P.m.. We'll have the latest on that as we go through the evening for 21. Several people at Maryland State House complex in Annapolis have tested positive for covert. Senate President Bill Ferguson made the announcement earlier today, but he did not specify whether the positive tests were among lawmakers or other employees. Nine lawmakers were absent during the chambers. Quorum call today, although their absences do not necessarily mean they were among those who tested positive for 22 at most local school systems, or as Michael most local school system's set up phased timelines for bringing students to class again, One county says it's ready to bring most of them back. Now. The fourth year County School board voted unanimously to allow families to choose to have students back in schools four days a week. Superintendent The judge said. That could mean less than 6 ft between desks but with masks. State health guidance says that should be safe. This is one of those moments in time where we all need to be on the same page as far as what we're expecting from our kids. While distance learning will remain an option, he says. There may be a leg in getting those questions answered in some instances may have to wait until Wednesday. That's the one asynchronous day for everyone. The log in stained wt LP NEW Should Virginia require schools to offer full time in person learning lawmakers are considering that question. Virginia Democratic delegate Skyler Van Valkenburgh said the bill he sponsored will have schools open safely. Make sure teachers and school staff get access to covert vaccines and won't force students back to in person. Learning folks are able to learn virtually if they have medical reasons that they feel are important or if their communities just a little bit more wary of going back. Joint sponsor Republican Virginia State Senator Shiban done events, said the data shows how vital getting back to in person learning is the number one health care crises We have now in Virginia is what our Children are suffering increased suicide rates. Depression learning loss. The measure passed the House Education Committee Monday. If enacted, it goes into effect. July 1st Michelle Morello w T. O P News up next in money news late day Buying can't quite say the NASDAQ A different kind of convenience store is coming. I'm Ian Crawford. For 24, you probably know LexisNexis has a premiere legal.
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"Of serving as your vice president. Been the greatest honor of my life. Pence made no mention of the capital riot or the pandemic. But he acknowledged the country has experienced a hard year. The day will come when we put these challenging times in the past. Emerge stronger and better than ever. Pence said the Trump administration deserves praise for boosting military spending and soldier pay. Brian Mann NPR news in upstate New York, there is unprecedented security at statehouses across the country. Ahead of the inauguration later this week. But as NPR's Erik Wester Veldt reports threatened pro Trump demonstrations did not materialize yesterday. In most capitals, small groups of pro Trump protesters, some heavily armed gathered Sunday outside state houses in Oregon, Michigan, Ohio in South Carolina. Was gatherings were small, peaceful and short lived. Most state capitals were largely quiet Sunday, despite FBI warnings that white supremacists and anti government extremists might target them. Many state House complexes posted a heavy presence of police and National Guard forces. At least 19 States deployed guard troops after an insurrections mob overran the U. S. Capitol. January 6th. Atmosphere remains tense ahead of Joe Biden swearing in on Wednesday. Washington D. C remains under extraordinary security. Erik Wester Veldt NPR NEWS. This is NPR news. President Trump is reportedly preparing a list of more than 100 pardons or commutations before he leaves office announcement is expected today or tomorrow. Trump already has issued two waves of pardons in the past month. China says its economy grew 2.3% last year that makes it the only major economy to expand in 2020, as the rest of the world continues to deal with the Corona virus pandemic. NPR's Emily Fang reports, things looked grim. At the beginning of 2020. China had posted its first quarterly drop in economic activity ever because of widespread lockdowns. A strong recovery, particularly consumer spending during the last few months of the year meant China was able to overcome the initial economic slump. Trying to continues to maintain strict lockdowns and regions that experience just a handful of virus cases. But that is allowed China's businesses to reopen at pre epidemic levels. China's exports in particular have bounced back as global demand for medical supplies and HomeGoods grows. Chinese policymakers have pledged to continue policies that support private businesses in consumer demand, but will scale back some credit boosting policies in the coming months. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny returned to Russia's yesterday for the first time since he was poisoned their last month he was promptly arrested. Russian authorities claim he violated parole terms from a 2014 election conviction will be held until the court rules in his detention. He blames the poisoning on the Kremlin. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news..
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"This is hidden brain. More than a decade ago, NPR's social science correspondent shocker began looking into the unseen influences that shape our lives. Psychologists even have a term for this behavior. Racial biases might also be playing licensing. David What I found astonished me, not a lot of people know that this is our evening fell off my chair when this was one of those things that the world was never supposed to see or hear, bringing these hidden influences into the light. That's what the show is all about. Way uncovered. Clues to our deeper sells the archaeology off our daily lives hiding. The truth can be unbearably isolating, and that's where we see the harm. It's not having to hide a secret. It's having to live with it alone. The psychological consequences off secret keeping First this news Live from NPR news. I'm nor Rahm. The U. S. Is on pace to record 400,000 confirmed deaths from covert 19 before the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. NPR's Joel Rose reports, the incoming administration is looking to ramp up vaccinations quickly. Incoming White House chief of Staff Ron Claim says the Biden administration is inheriting a quote mess. Here's claim speaking to CNN virus is going to get worse before it gets better. So it's going to take awhile to turn this around. The average daily death toll from covert 19 has risen to more than 3000. President elect Biden has set an ambitious goal of injecting 100 million doses of Corona virus vaccine in his 1st 100 days in office 100 million doses in the first 100 days is absolutely a doable thing. Dr. Anthony Fauci, speaking on NBC says new vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson could be presented to regulators for emergency authorization in a matter of weeks. All Rose. NPR NEWS Washington There is unprecedented security had state houses across the country ahead of Bynes inauguration later this week. It is NPR's Erik Wester Veldt. Reports threatened pro trump demonstrations did not materialize today. In most state capitals, small groups of pro Trump protesters, some heavily armed gathered Sunday outside state houses in Oregon, Michigan, Ohio in South Carolina. Was gatherings were small, peaceful and short lived. Most state capitals were largely quiet Sunday, despite FBI warnings that white supremacists and anti government extremists might target them. Many state House complexes posted a heavy presence of police and National Guard forces. At least 19 States deployed guard troops after an insurrections mob overran the U. S. Capitol. January 6th. Atmosphere remains tense ahead of Joe Biden swearing in on Wednesday. Washington D. C remains under extraordinary security. Erik Wester Veldt NPR news The first term Republican congressman who voted to impeach President Trump following the capital insurrection, says he expects significant political fall out from the vote. Michigan representative Peter Mayer says he took the vote to protect his party. NPR's James Jones reports, representative Meyer acknowledges his impeachment vote will make the early days of his tenure in Congress, as well as his own political prospects more difficult, But Meyer tells ABC is this week his stand is critical to the future of the Republican Party. I'm calling on my party to restore trust. To restore the trust of the voting public and to ensure that we never allow the actions that led up to January 6th and what happened on January 6. We never allow that helpers of political violence to occur in our name again. It is unclear when the Senate would take up a time consuming impeachment trial, where conviction would require the support of 17 Republican senators If every Democrat votes to convict James Jones. NPR NEWS This is NPR news. 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Giovanni, the most outspoken critic of President Vladimir Putin, was barred from running in the 2018 presidential election. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit reach space today. The company said it 70 FT Long rocket was released from beneath the wing of a Boeing 7 47 aircraft off the coast of Southern California, and it climbed into orbit. The first demonstration of Virgins Air launch system had failed Eight months ago, the rockets carrying a cluster of very small satellites developed as part of a NASA educational program..
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"Jamie raskin from maryland. Thanks so much closures. My next start here. It's a lot harder to get to dc into your own state capital. Which is why the feds are worried. We're back after the break. Take a link in his car with three of his sons seven times by beliefs. Dan just last week learning the police officer who sat him face. No charges now. As i interview. Jacob blake speaks out only to michael strahan this week on. Abc's warning america. I think you could hear in that. Congressmens voice along with many others. We've heard from one of the things that is becoming increasingly. Obvious is just how close we might have been to. A mass casualty effects like does not take a ton of imagination. To wonder what if more guns were. What if there were more explosives deploy. We saw one. One doorway fell. They all fell. What would have happened if terrorists gotten to lawmakers. We'll came close to half of the house nearly dying remember what martha raddatz told us the day after this happened if you think this is the end of these types of attempts then you're not paying attention. People like this are being radicalized. Across the nation every day and between now and january twentieth there are protests being planned a lot closer to the average person than washington dc so it does not take a ton of imagination to ask what might happen next. Let's bringing abc senior investigative reporter. Aaron katersky in erin. You've basically been asking enforcement officers what they're expecting. What are they telling you you don't they don't have to use much of their education either brad. It's right there for them in black and white. Abc news obtained an fbi bulletin. That says starting this. Saturday and running through inauguration day at least armed protests are being planned in all fifty state capitals growing concern that right wing radicals including white supremacist neo nazis in cunanan on conspiracy extremists maybe plotting more attacks. Some of it has to do with the dissatisfaction with president elect. Joe biden's ascendancy to the presidency or entire process with the burden by multiple states within article nation and other countries. We must audit all ballots to know the truth of our election. Some of it though may have to do with attempts to remove president trump from office before inauguration day that the could touch off. An what. The bulletin calls a huge uprising. In states across the country they specifically mentioned government courthouses and administrative buildings. That could come under the same kind of assault and they told law enforcement agencies. They need to beware so usually. Just because there's a protest does not mean there's a planet commit violence but you you said these are armed protests. Like what what do these end up looking like. Well the the bulletin does not get specific. About what kind of arms or what. These protests may look like but we no longer have to imagine because we saw what happened at the. Us capitol january six a senior official telling abc news. The writers were organized coordinated and had leadership and communications equipment and for groups. That are promulgating. These things bread. This was an emboldening act. What happened at the. Us capitol was deemed a success and the thinking according to what's been posted online and what what law enforcement officials are looking at. Is that if the us capital can be breached eight could be breached again and the bulletin does make mention that the us capital may be in for for more targeting tied to the inauguration. But be that. It's not the only building that's considered the seat of power or the seat of democracy and so state capitals around the country have been advised to perhaps hardened security well and so that makes me wonder how like what security will look like but the more reporting we see about the lack of security at the capitol. Aaron the more questioning you see about whether there were pressures on these officials not to beef up security at a time right like it's totally unclear on whether this was like you know i don't want to be seen as the alarmist in the room. I don't wanna be the guy that said. Let's use the military against political activists or i don't want to anger political folks across town. We don't know the motivations but whatever the reason in dc are people in these state and local jurisdictions gonna face similar pressures about their preparations. You know some may and some may feel that they don't want to antagonize supporters of president trump or don't want to meet violence with violence. That's certainly a concern and a consideration in large part though unlike the capitol police which is under the control of lawmakers individual governors. Don't always have the jury of dictating. What security looks like at state capitals. It's often left to the state police or to some other agency and they may tell governors. Look you may not have a choice here and we know that different states are taking different approaches. We are taking additional security measures here at the state house complex in washington. State governor inslee said. The national guard is being deployed to tighten up security in olympia in albany and new york. The state police said it is hardening the state capitol complex new jersey doing the same thing in advance of potential protests. There and we've seen different responses from different states around the country. Look at michigan gators claim. The alleged extremist plot to kidnap governor gretchen whitmer actually went much further including an alleged plan to burn down the state capital in many respects. This all started with the protest against governor whitmer michigan lawmakers have eliminated a open carry from the state capital. That's a step that lawmakers seem reluctant to take but now they perhaps feel they're forced into it and by and large brad just like the. Us capitol state capitals are supposed to be open. they're supposed to be welcoming heck. Not every state capital has a metal detector. Because you're supposed to be able to go and influence your elected representatives in these places. They are the people's houses but given what happened on the sixth That's all being rethought. And if last friday. This is a couple of days after the malay at the capitol an oregon man who apparently believes some of these conspiracy theories a stolen election allegedly fired a handgun into a federal courthouse in portland. So we'll see what kind of reverberating effects. The fbi is preparing for here. Eric turkey.
"state house complex" Discussed on WTOP
"There would also be tax credits for small businesses perform months. The relief Act also commits another $180 million and targeted tax relief for Marylanders, who have lost their jobs by repealing all state and Local income taxes on unemployment benefits. Haugen was also asked about safety in Annapolis. Since threats are being monitored at state capitals across the country after the violent attack the U. S Capitol last week we are taking additional security measures here at the State House complex. The Capitol Police and the Maryland state Police. Kate Ryan. W T O P News, Logan says there are now 500 members of the Maryland National Guardian D. C. It can be challenging for anyone to navigate the legal system when dealing with things like eviction, debt abuse and unemployment. Now a Maryland task force has identified ways to help disadvantaged communities of color access the state civil justice system. We're looking for targets that we can hit. Brian Frosh. Maryland attorney general Talking about one of 59 policy recommend. Nations coming from his office is over. 19 access to Justice Task Force right to counsel, least in eviction proceedings is within our grasp in the near future. The goal is to have money from raising a vixen. Filing fees go to legal services. Another task force idea would create a system so people filing for unemployment can see their place in line, track the status of their claim and get an anticipated wait time. See the full report at w t o p dot com Search justice Christi King. W T o Penis head in money news. We'll tell you about the top selling vehicle in the U. S. Why are so many people buying crocks and we found out what will replace the local Macy's store that closed down? It's 10 23..
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"Virginia are now eligible to get vaccinated against covert 19 as of now, D C senior 65 older can call or sign up online for an appointment to get vaccinated 4000 doses. Will be made available to them this week. You can find out how to get an appointment at double duty o p dot com. Meantime, all five Northern Virginia Health district's have started what's called Phase one B vaccinations. That means frontline essential workers. People 75 older and people living in prisons, homeless shelters. They're all eligible to get their first shot of vaccine shots are also being offered now to all Fairfax County and Alexandria City Public School employees. $1 billion Covert 19 relief plan with direct payments and tax credits was unveiled in Maryland today. Governor Larry Hogan's Cove in 19 relief plan would give Marylanders who claimed the earned income tax credit direct payments of $750 for families and $450 for individuals. There would also be tax credits for small businesses perform months. The relief Act also commits another $180 million and targeted tax relief for Marylanders, who have lost their jobs by Repealing all state and local income taxes on unemployment benefits. Haugen was also asked about safety in Annapolis. Since threats are being monitored at state capitals across the country after the violent attack the U. S Capitol last week we are taking additional security measures here at the State House complex. The Capitol Police and the Maryland state Police Kate Ryan. W T. O P. News pandemic is already strained and already stressed social safety net and it's disproportionately impacting people of color. But a Maryland task force has recommendations to boost racial equity. When determining who needs support. The Maryland attorney general's covert 19 access to Justice task force has 59 legislative and policy recommendations ensure the state's most vulnerable remain housed, Fed safe. Secure, employed healthy and connected. The civil justice Attorney General Brian Frosh says. One recommendation, for example, would raise the fee for landlords to file for evictions so the money could go toward legal services essentially provide rain to counsel in eviction proceedings. See all the recommendations that w t o p dot com Search JUSTICE Christy King wt o Penis Still to Come on w T O P. We're following breaking news, the acting homeland security chief. Announced today he is resigning. We'll have more details on that. And up next in money news Sunday losses.
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"Stay informed The Northwest News Station Co. Moh news here is what's coming up after we check in with ABC. A federal judge chooses compassion over covert once again on Brian Calvert, with the number of inmates he's set free. That story and more than including the latest from the capital. I'm Charlie Harder in Olympia, where protesters have descended upon the state cabin live out. ABC Democrats in the House of Representatives have prepared a single article of impeachment against President Trump for incitement of insurrection. They say they will introduce it if Vice President Mike Pence and the Cabinet Don't invoke the 25th amendment to remove the president. An FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News says armed protests are being planted all 50 state capitols through at least inauguration day. So security's ramping up in many of them We are taking additional security measures here at the State House complex. About Capitol police and the Maryland state police that Maryland Governor Larry Hogan the FBI says it's reviewing 45,000 digital tips about last week's deadly violence. And in the wake of the assault on the nation's capital. President Trump's been advised he could potentially face civil liability connected to his role in encouraging supporters who went on the storm. Congress sources familiar with those conversations tell that to ABC News. President elect Joe Biden received his second dose of the Corona virus vaccine today in Delaware, Brian Clark. ABC News Combo News. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning once again 11 31 of this Monday with rain and clouds and 45 Downtown. Our top stories continue for the coma. 24 7 News Center. Thanks for joining us dozens of protesters have arrived at the state Capitol in Olympia comes Charlie Hunger joins us live with the latest Tom. The new session of the state legislature is getting underway. The building is closed to the public over Cove. It concerns and there's been online agitation for people to get inside. Sergeant Kieran right, says that hasn't happened So far, only one arrested a person blocking the street with an RV. We're continuing to monitor any chatter we see and we monitor other platforms and stuff. But Additional threats beyond what we were already aware of that I know of. Roger is here to protest. He's from Montana. But something holds landing Washington and wants his wasted. He heard government who you are being a tyrant, and you need to allow the people that watch closely and carefully and monitor what you're doing. Instead of acting in secret to bar the public from Monitoring and keeping track of all the evils that governments do. Again? No, they once Tom. The rain is falling quite hard. The National Guard and State Patrol line defense blocking the seed capital Live in Olympia, Charlie Harder. Come on. New. Thanks Charlie In Seattle Man's been charged with assaulting a federal police officer during the writing of the U. S. Capitol last week. Here's comes Eric Heights. 51 year old Mark Leffingwell was also charged last Thursday in US District Court in D. C. With entering a restricted building and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. A spokesperson for the U. S Attorney's office in Washington D. C. Confirms. Leffingwell is from Seattle, according to charging documents. Living well repeatedly punched an officer with a closed fist. He was released on personal work cognizance Leffingwell and his attorney have so far not responded to requests for comment. Our Kite's coma. New calls growing louder for Mike Solan to step down as president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild after he claimed that black lives matter movement that it was partially to blame for Wednesday's mob attack at the Capitol. Here's comes Cole Miller. For starters, we know that it was a pro trump crowd responsible for what we saw happen on Wednesday and now law enforcement both current and retired. Say that Solan has stained his reputation and that if he does not step down, it will make progress on things like police reform and contract negotiations for officers with the city and incredibly difficult job, and I don't think I or others in city government can work with somebody who would espouse something that is so untrue. Scott Lindsay is a former public safety adviser to the city of Seattle and says Solan must step down from his post someone who's tried repeatedly over the weekend to get a comment from Seoul. One but got no response. Ah former joint base. Lewis McChord sergeant convicted of a 2012 civilian massacre in Afghanistan is seeking a pardon from President Trump, The news Tribune reports. Robert Bales is one of eight former service members convicted of war crimes who have petitioned President Trump for pardons or clemency. Bales admitted to killing 16 civilians in Kandahar province. Which part of the game which part of the JBL on base to third Brigade. Hey, is serving life without parole at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas. Coming up after we check traffic.
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"X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers, 12 41 now knew this afternoon Ah $1 billion covert relief plan with direct payments and tax credits. Has been unveiled today in Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's Cove in 19 Relief plan would give Marylanders who claimed the earned income tax credit direct payments of $750 for families and $450 for individuals. There would also be tax credits for small businesses perform months. The relief Act also commits another $180 million and targeted tax relief for Marylanders, who have lost their jobs by repealing all state and local income taxes on unemployment benefits. Hogan was Also asked about safety in Annapolis since threats are being monitored at state capitals across the country after the violent attack the U. S Capitol last week we are taking additional security measures here at the State House complex. The Capitol Police and the Maryland State Police. Kate Ryan. W T. O p News governor Hogan says there are 500 members of the Maryland National Guard in D. C and that will be talking with Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and D. C Mayor Mariel Bowser this afternoon. Citing threats surrounding Joe Biden's inauguration, The National Park Service is shutting down access to the Washington Monument until January. 24th Park Service says of conditions warrant in May institute Temporary closures of public access to roadways, parking areas and restrooms within the National Mall and memorial parks to protect public safety and parked resource is Rudy Giuliani is facing possible expulsion from the New York State Bar Association. It comes as a result of the former New York mayors incendiary remarks to President Trump's supporters last week before they stormed the capital building. The association's bylaws say no person who advocates the overthrow of the government of the United States shall remain a member. Removal from the bar, A voluntary organization dating back to 18 76 is not the same as being disbarred and banned from practicing law that can only be done by the courts Parlor. The right wing friendly social media APP is gone for now, after Amazon Web services decided to stop hosting it..
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"Adversaries in very small locations nearby. Maybe not adversaries about Hong Kong and Taiwan are to thriving economies not far from China, and or basically on the border is there, I want it. I want it. Go ahead. Just wondering if if if China decided to escalate anything and walk into those countries is there anything the United States could do short of war to prevent that. Or to move them out. Well, Taiwan has defense arrangement with the United States. It's taiwan. The the country. Taiwan actually is several islands of which Taiwan island is the largest. It's off the shore China trying to consider those Taiwan to be a renegade province of its of the mainland that it could take it back in at some point. I want says no you s as defensive arrangement with them. Should they be attacked US will take means to defend it doesn't say mean a military escalation, but there could be other means so I think Beijing realizes this, and they're not gonna mess much Taiwan. Although they try to intimidate it. A lot by conducting military drills just outside the twelve mile limit from the islands in international waters. So as way. New Tim in Hong Kong, of course, is part of China, technically, the British lease expired, and it's not part of China. But it you're right. It's sort of a thriving economic in still somewhat more free part of China, and they do a different thing. They tightened restrictions on the censorship. In other words, and they tighten restrictions on movement and much more monitoring of individuals going on there as in other parts of China. It's a different situation in the US would be unlikely to intervene in China be if they do something in Hong Kong as opposed to Taiwan and the man we call rocket man has had a couple of short wait list. Yes. So he's had a couple of tests recently do these run afoul of any sort of agreement that might have been made between the US and North Korea. And apparently is Kim trying to get a little bit of movement on some of the sanctions that have been imposed. What Kim it came as pouting? Okay. He's a little petulant because he didn't get what he wanted with the last summit, President Trump in Hanoi Vietnam to President Trump's credit. He said, no, I'm not gonna get you a bad deal. So what we've seen is these missile tests to him in the past six days. Attention question. No, they don't violate any agreement with the United States or anyone these tests small range, they're not nuclear armed. They fall into sort of the range. You could do these things. And it wasn't the agreement that they signed years ago, not test certain missile. So in that sense. It's okay. But they also have done they stopped talking after the Hanoi summit. The North Koreans have stopped talking to the folks in Pentagon who arranged for the remains of war sold calculates come back from Korea. You know, the remains of soldiers are still in North Korea. That flourished a little bit after the first summit between President Trump and Kim. And then the second one because there was no progress they stopped communicating. So that's that's ended. They've they the North Koreans have of started to refurbish some old nuclear development sites missile sites, then they had to test. So they're showing that they're upset and disappointed and angry whatever kind of word you wanna use that? They didn't get what they wanted at the Hanoi summit. All right. Tom Terry, a couple more questions here now while this back and forth with North Korea goes on the the US. There was a coal ship departing from North Korea that the United States seized, and yes, and and so they just trying to economically blockade North Korea. Or is it possible that there was something else on that ship that the US was aware of that? They didn't want getting out of North Korea. I it's a it. It's a sanction it violates the sanctions U n has on North Korean now and shipment of coal, and there was probably other material on that ship. This was being tracked for a couple of weeks. It's not it's not a relation. It's not direct relation to the missile test. It just happened. They seized that they're able to seize the ship on jurisdiction because of the assets for pitcher law. That's us sees like mansions yachts drug dealers and other convicted criminals. Because somewhere along the line. I'm not quite sure where the money to pay for the ship or its products, which channeled through US banks, and that gave the US the jurisdiction to seize it under this assets for forfeiture law. That's not exactly how the law says. But that's my translation of it. And tom. I right. I gotta go started clock on me and my buzzers going so. Janet on assault. Tom. Thank you so much. Bye. Bye. Tom, Terry, talk media news service here on the Dave Ramsey show on WB FM and AM folks from the talk medium news. Join us every weekday morning during the ten o'clock hour right here on WD EV. Once again, we will venture outside of the state house complex and head up to the health department in Burlington where Donka Mark Levin. Joining us on the line right now. Dr good morning. Thank you for joining us today. Good morning. The latest information errors an immunization report that the health department released earlier this week and gimme some of the key findings that the state discovered. Sure. I want to stress that overall. This is good news. But there's some concerning news within so I'll try to be very complete. If I can we looked at Amy's ation data in our childcare's as well as in our schools, both public and independent, and there's a very high number of Vermont children who have received other required vaccines, but we do have areas where there is a significant number of children who are under vaccinated, and that's where we're really paying attention. So if we look at the childcare programs, which is almost sixty percent of all over much younger than age five nearly ninety four percent have met all their vaccine requirements for their age, and that's up slightly from the previous year and very few of them have medical or religious exemptions. When we look at our overall, Vermont kindergarten through grade twelve. Twelve students the percentage that have received all required immunizations is ninety four point five percent, which is the highest that we've seen in the last seven eight years since we've been collecting the state and the percent that have a medical or religious exemption is very small as you know in Vermont. We don't have at this time. I feel optical exemption due to legislate several years ago, if we then break down the K to twelve to just looking at kids who are entering kindergarten. We did find that the percent with all required. Vaccines ninety point four percent. Which was a slight drop though, not significantly not statistically significant from the previous year. And it seemed that having required vaccinations was still the norm for kindergarten students in Vermont. There was a slight uptick and the percentage who have a religious exemption, and we're going to be watching that very closely. There was also a significant difference between kids entering kindergarten and independent schools related to those into entering kindergarten public schools. And there was about a three and a half times. Increase in religious, exemption levels in those entering the independent schools compared to the public. Doctor Levin is that increase in the
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"Three or not silent idea underlying lovely brothers dole uk x w trended w k x w h d from new jersey's most listen tuesday should new year's eve one at one point five news starts now janner george washington republican congressman thethe belief we the anna is in critical condition following surgery for gunshot wound to his head the man who police say shots police and several other people are they played baseball outside the nation's capital is also shot and later died he's been identified as sixtysixyearold james hodgkinson of illinois who democrat senator bernie sanders says was a volunteer for his presidential campaign meantime some neighbors in belleville illinois who knew hodgkinson are speaking out a man only identified as dale says that he only knew hodgkinson by the name of tom i just wanted to let people know that he was an evil that he was i get tired of some of the politics of going on to which is an apparently had a long history of lashing out of republicans is accused of once frightening a neighbor by repeatedly firing a rifle into a field behind his home union county prosecutors the shooting that left two people dead in a home in rowsell was a murder suicide the bodies a forty nine year old dominic richardson twenty two twenty two year old initially cortes this found tuesday f noon richards approach cortes the driveway fatally shot her before taking his own life but officials have not said what sparked the shooting governor christie says his administration will be investing nearly twenty million dollars for a new pedestrian bridge connecting the state house complex to the delaware river waterfront christie says it's part of his broader plans to revitalise.
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"Meteorologist turn mallett his five day forecast is minutes oscar company five pm instincts on news not even on five and him seven fifty w dansby that have been able to flew downtown atlanta before five thirty given us being used by forty fournier marcy williams getting about the a target cash year history city is suspected of gift card fraud investigator tim pierce until channel two action knew she loaded nearly two doesn't cards with the thousand dollars each a swipe one card they don't accept opinion this but the next guard but it's okay over and over the over and he believes he was recruited by fraud rang offering or cut two suspects arrest in a similar scheme last week and buck at the family of a newton county team allegedly strangle by her boyfriend makes funeral arrangements the service for nineteen you will to listen right will be held thursday edge a see her once on funeral home in covington rights boyfriend remains jail without bon charge in a murder we told you allies around the tour on allegedly strangle her last week at his home a go fund me page help raise money to offset funeral class a bakersfield california police officer fatally shoots an an arm seventy three year old after responded reports of a man with a gun police say a witness pointed to francisco start and the officer shot him no gun was found mustard on that way and say don't home you know he's seventy three year old retired father concern a son says his dad was in the early stages of dimension sometimes wonder did night the shootings under investigation testimony of us a crime trial reveals accuse charleston church shooter dylan roof had a list of other blacked church's in his car with also had phone numbers for the south carolina state house complex and information about one of the founders of the historic about you will i have a church reporter jim chris shula says roof was basically living out of his car that's where investigators recovered the gun used to kill nine people what by will study ws produced on five twenty five twenty five at five o'clock referring of today whether traffic now today's forecasters wsb in your own just kirk miller scattered showers likely soft chance of a shower north eyes fifty one ne fifty eight southwest right now it's forty.