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03:24 min | 2 years ago

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"Public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W in the American Legion. The goal is to install the new integrated plaque next year on the memorials 1/100 anniversary. Dick Uliano. W T o P News in Virginia A commission is looking at how African American history is Tod in Virginia schools. Now they've come up with a list of things they say needs to change. One of the most significant recommendations from the commission would make African American history classes a graduation requirement for Virginia students. Another would require teachers to be certified in African American history. The commission was formed last year through an executive order by Governor Ralph Northam, who said it would help schools provide a more comprehensive understanding of his Torreon, both Virginia and the country. The commission recommended changes to standards of learning for history classes, including a closer look at lynching voting laws, the disenfranchised African Americans and the role of slavery in the civil war. Nick in Delhi. W T O P NEWS It's 10 40 to Harriet Tubman is being honored by the University of Maryland with an academic department that will bear her name. The president there. Daryl Pines, announcing the creation of the Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality. Studies find says the department comes as the university tries to create a more inclusive environment. Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in Maryland, leading hundreds of slaves to freedom, the the underground railroad. There is a new program in D. C. Giving residents opportunities to become building inspectors of all things during the pandemic. The resident inspector program launched a year ago and so far 2500 inspections have been completed, but a major focus now ensuring buildings are in compliance with covert requirements. When it comes to cleanliness, Director Ernest Cabra would do a combination ofthe virtual remote inspections and In person especially, is based off. What a customer once on also to protect our employees, and as demand increases, they've been focused on creating more opportunities for minorities and women. So when we're talking about economic or resulting justice, economic opportunities the pandemic has stored is that we can continue innovating and providing these opportunities. Melissa how Japanese housing discrimination Israel something people of color around here know all too well. Realtor and interior designer Rianna Lewis is I'm shocked to hear reports of a mixed race Jacksonville, Florida couple who got more than a $100,000 bumping the appraisal of their home after the black wife took down pictures of African Americans had put up paintings of her white husband and his family. It doesn't surprise me in the least bit. The same thing happened to her when she went to refinance her Newark, New Jersey, home. Louis loved her very light skinned husband and child there for the appraisal. She says. It's because she's black of the same thing has happened to other clients of color. I mean, the numbers speak for themselves. Lewis says. Things need to change Alison Key CBS News Can Donald Trump really beat Joe Biden Now blitz A new bestseller by David Horowitz reveals President Trump's Riel Game plan Blitz even predicts Trump will win in a landslide. Mark 11 calls Blitz the indispensable book of the 2020 election. It's already a New York Times bestseller, Get Blitz Or check out the free offer and save $28 Just go online to blitz 411 dot com Or call 800 Newsmax. That's 800 Newsmax Get blitz.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor turner" Discussed on WTOP

"Com To schedule free contactless inspection. That's G e s work dot com for details. Steve Dresner. W T o p Traffic, Steve. Thank you now to NBC for Samara, Theodore tonight mostly Claire, mid sixties. Very comfortable humidity staying low through the second half of our weekend high temperatures tomorrow. Going to reach the load a mid eighties. Your Sunday looks sunny. Labor Day got plans outside. Well, things look good if you are headed to the shorelines out to the beach. Temperatures will be in the low eighties round town loaded mid eighties. Mostly sunny skies and dry for your Tuesday mostly sunny with highs in the low to mid eighties. In our rain chances climb on Wednesday with a chance for showers and storms Storm team for meteorologists Samara Theodore tomorrow Thank you 70 degrees outside our studios here in the nation's capital at 10 41. It stood in the heart of Leesburg for about a century, a World War one memorial where the names of the dead a racially segregated the Loudon County Board of Supervisors wants to change that. Loudon County Supervisor Mike Turner was surprised to learn the bronze plaque on the memorial lists the county's war dead whites on top and black on the bottom right at the bottom of the plaque. There's a line drawn, and there's three names below the line, and those of the African Americans who lost their lives from Loudon County and more belong at the Board of Supervisors, meeting members voted nine to nothing to bring the matter. Will public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W.

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Drawn, and there's three names below the line and those of the African Americans who lost their lives from Loudon County and more woman at the Board of Supervisors meeting members voted nine to nothing to bring the matter. To a public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W in the American Legion. The goal is to install the new integrated plaque next year on the memorials 1/100 anniversary. Dick Uliano. W T o P News in Virginia A commission is looking at how African American history is Todd. Now they've come up with a list of things they say needs to change. One of the most significant recommendations from the commission would make African American history classes a graduation requirement for Virginia students. Another would require teachers to be certified in African American history. The commission was formed last year through an executive order by Governor Ralph Northam, who said it would help schools provide a more comprehensive understanding of history in both Virginia and And the country. The commission recommended changes to standards of learning for history classes, including a closer look at lynching voting laws that disenfranchised African Americans and the role of slavery in the civil war. Nick in Delhi. W T O P News while Harriet Tubman is being honored by the University of Maryland with an academic department that bears her name, the president there, Daryl Pines announced integration of the Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality. Studies find says the department comes as the university tries to create a more inclusive environment. Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in Maryland, leading hundreds of slaves to freedom through the underground railroad. There is a new program in D C. Giving residents opportunities to become building inspectors during this pandemic. The resident inspector program launched a year ago and so far 2500 inspections have been completed. But a major focus now ensuring buildings are in compliance with covert requirements. When it comes to cleanliness Director Ernest Cabra would do a combination ofthe virtual remote inspections and in person especially, is based on What the customer wants on also to protect our employees as demand increases. They've been focused on creating more opportunities for minorities and women. When we are talking about economic or result, injustice, economic opportunities. The pandemic has stories that we can continue innovating and providing these opportunities. Melissa how genies There's also housing discrimination all to riel. Something people of color around here know all too well. Realtor and interior designer Rianna Louis isn't shocked. Hear reports of a mixed race Jacksonville, Florida couple who got more than a $100,000 bump in the appraisal of their home after the black wife took down pictures of African Americans had put up paintings of her white husband and his family. It doesn't surprise me in the least bit. The same thing happened to her when she went to refinance her Newark, New Jersey home. Louis loved her very light skinned husband and child there for the appraisal. She says. It's because she's black of the same thing has happened to other clients of color. I mean, the numbers speak for themselves, Lewis says Things need to change Alison Key CBS News and still ahead in sports that upset at the Kentucky Derby. 8 40 for this.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Inspection. That's G e s work dot com for more details. Steve Dresner. W GOP Traffics T Thank you. Now let's get your Labor Day forecast. Here's NBC foursome Are Theodore Tonight, mostly Claire Meade sixties very comfortable humidity Staying low through the second half of our weekend high temperatures tomorrow going to reach the load a mid eighties. Your Sunday looks sunny. Labor Day got plans outside. Well, things look good. If you are headed to the shore lines out to the beach temperatures will be in the low eighties round town loaded mid eighties. Mostly sunny skies and dry for your Tuesday mostly sunny with highs in the low to mid eighties. In our rain chances, climb on Wednesday with a chance for showers and storms Storm Team four meteorologist Samara Theodore 66 degrees in Columbia, Maryland, 69 Dale City, 73 degrees outside our studios at 8 41. It stood in the heart of Leesburg for about a century, a World War one memorial where the names the dead, racially segregated Loudon County Board of Supervisors now wants to change that. Loudon County Supervisor Mike Turner was surprised to learn the bronze plaque on the memorial lists the county's war dead whites on top and black on the bottom right at the bottom of the plaque. There's a line drawn, and there's three names below the line and those of the African Americans who lost their lives from Loudon County and more woman at the Board of Supervisors meeting members voted nine to nothing to bring the matter. To a public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W.

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"supervisor turner" Discussed on WTOP

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03:32 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor turner" Discussed on WTOP

"There's a new program in D. C. That is giving residents opportunities to become building inspectors during the pandemic. The resident inspector program launched a year ago and so far 2500 inspections have been completed, but a major focus now ensuring buildings are in compliance with covert requirements. When it comes to cleanliness Director Ernest Cabra would do a combination ofthe virtual remote expressions and in person especially, is based off what the customer wants. And also to protect my employees. And as demand increases, they've been focused on creating more opportunities for minorities and women. So when we're talking about economic or racial injustice, economic opportunities, the pandemic has stories that we can continue innovating and providing these opportunities. Melissa how Japanese housing discrimination Israel something people of color around here know all too well. Realtor and interior designer Rianna Louis isn't shocked to hear reports of a mixed race. Jacksonville, Florida Couple who Got more than a $100,000 bump in the appraisal of their home after the black wife took down pictures of African Americans had put up paintings of her white husband and his family. It doesn't surprise me in the least bit. The same thing happened to her when she went to refinance her Newark, New Jersey, home. Louis loved her very light skinned husband and child there for the appraisal. She says. It's because she's black of the same thing has happened to other clients of color. I mean, the numbers speak for themselves, Lewis says. Things need to change Alison Key CBS News and you can hear the full interview in the kaleidoscope segment of CBS News, We can round up It stood in the heart of Leesburg close to a century World War. One memorial were the names of the dead are racially segregated. In County Board of Supervisors supervisors now moving to change that Loudon County Supervisor Mike Turner was surprised to learn the bronze plaque on the memorial lists the county's war dead white on top in black on the bottom right at the bottom of the plaque. There's a line drawn, and there's three names below the line and those of the African Americans who lost their lives from Loudon County and more woman at the Board of Supervisors meeting members voted nine to nothing to bring the matter will Public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W in the American Legion. The goal is to install the new integrated plaque next year on the memorials 1/100 anniversary. Dick Uliano. W T o P News in Virginia A commission is looking at how African American history is topped in that state schools. Now they've come up with a list of things they say has to change. One of the most significant recommendations from the commission would make African American history classes a graduation requirement for Virginia students. Another would require teachers to be certified in African American history. The commission was formed last year through an executive order by Governor Ralph Northam, who said it would help schools provide a more comprehensive understanding of History in both Virginia and the country. The commission recommended changes to standards of learning for history classes, including a closer look at lynching voting laws, the disenfranchised African Americans and the role of slavery in the civil war. Nick in Delhi. W T O P NEWS Let's face it. Virtual Classrooms need really Internet access not easy for low income families, creating what is called the homework gap. We finally have the resource is and network capacity that we need to take on a goal as big and as bold as this. To help connect every single child who's facing the homework gap and completely eradicated, And that is T Mobile CEO Mike Seaver watching a $10.7 billion program. Moments.

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03:45 min | 2 years ago

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"Color are having trouble getting a fair price for their homes. And some are going to great lengths to change that Realtor. An interior designer Rianna Louis isn't shocked to hear reports of a mixed race. Jacksonville, Florida couple who got more than a $100,000 bumping the appraisal of their home. After the black wife took down pictures of African Americans had put up paintings of her white husband and his family. It doesn't surprise me in the least bit. The same thing happened to her when she went to refinance her Newark, New Jersey, home. Louis loved her very light skinned husband and child there for the appraisal, she says. It's because she's black of the same thing has happened to other clients of color. I mean, The numbers speak for themselves. Lewis says. Things need to change. Alison Keys, CBS News It is for 42 at W. T o P for 99 years, it stood in the heart of Leesburg. Ah World War one Memorial whose names Of the dead. A racially segregated the Loudon County Board of Supervisors is moving to change that Loudon County Supervisor Mike Turner was surprised to learn the bronze plaque on the memorial lists the county's war dead whites on top and black on the bottom right at the bottom of the plaque. There's a line drawn, and there's three names below the line and those of the African Americans who lost their lives from Loudon County and more woman at the Board of Supervisors meeting members voted nine to nothing to bring the matter to a public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I wanted command the V F W in the American Legion. The goal is to install the new integrated plaque next year on the memorials 1/100 anniversary. Dick Uliano. W. T. O P News. A new program in the district is giving residents opportunities to become building inspectors of sorts during the pandemic Resident inspector program launched a year ago, and so far 2500 inspections have been completed, but a major focus now ensuring buildings are in compliance with covert requirements. When it comes to cleanliness Director Ernest Cabra would do a combination ofthe virtual remote inspections and in person especially, is based off what the customer wants. And also to protect my employees and as demand increases, they've been focused on creating more opportunities for minorities and women. When we're talking about economic or racial injustice, economic opportunities, the pandemic has stories that we can continue innovating and providing these opportunities. Melissa how genies For 43. When the corona virus spreads through college campuses. It creates some big issues for those universities and some colleges were seeing cases move up in alarming rate. That's why universities are scrambling to find quarantine space. Both on and off campus is sacred Heart University has converted a 30 for room guest house at the former Connecticut headquarters of G E. The quarantine students. The University of South Carolina ran out of space a dormitory for quarantine students and began sending them two rooms it rented in hotel like quarters at a training center for prosecutors, the Air Force Academy sent 400 cadets to hotels to free up space on its Colorado base for quarantines. Health officials such as White House Corona virus Task Force member Dr Deborah Burkes has been urging colleges to keep students on campus. To avoid them, infecting members of their family and community. I'm Shelly Adler. It is for 40 for a w t o P Harriet Tubman is being honored by the University of Maryland with an academic department that bears her name. School president Darryl Pined has announced the creation of the Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies. Pints as the department comes as the university tries to create a more inclusive environment, he said the law for a first in the nation a minor In black women's studies, Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in Maryland after escaping, she helped others do the same through a.

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05:47 min | 2 years ago

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"People of color, having trouble getting a fair price for their homes, and some are going to great length to change that Realtor and interior designer Rianna Louis isn't shocked to hear reports of a mixed race. Jacksonville, Florida couple who got more than a $100,000 bump in the appraisal of their home after the black wife took down pictures of African Americans had put up paintings of her white husband and his family. It doesn't surprise me in the least bit. The same thing happened to her when she went to refinance her Newark, New Jersey home. Louis loved her very light skinned husband and child there for the appraisal, she says. It's because she's black of the same thing has happened to other clients of color. I mean, the numbers speak for themselves, Lewis says. Things need to change. Alison Keys, CBS News It is 2 42 For 99 years, it stood in the heart of Leesburg. A World War I memorial whose names of the dead or racially segregated Loudon County Board of Supervisors is moving to change. Loudon County Supervisor Mike Turner was surprised to learn the bronze plaque on the memorial lists the county's war dead White on top in black on the bottom right at the bottom of the plaque. There's a line drawn, and there's three names below the line and those of the African Americans who lost their lives from Loudon County and more woman at the Board of Supervisors meeting members voted nine to nothing. To bring the matter to a public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W in the American Legion. The goal is to install the new integrated plaque next year on the memorials 1/100 anniversary. Dick Uliano w. T. O P News to 43. A new program in the district is giving residents opportunities become building inspectors during the pandemic. The resident inspector program launched a year ago and so far 2500 inspections have been completed, but a major focus now ensuring buildings are in compliance with covert requirements. When it comes to cleanliness Director Ernest Cabra would do a combination ofthe virtual remote inspections and in person especially, is based off what a customer wants. And also to protect my employees and as demand increases, they've been focused on creating more opportunities for minorities and women. When we're talking about economic or racial injustice, economic opportunities, the pandemic has stories that we can continue innovating and providing these opportunities. Melissa how w. Two opinions with the Corona virus spreading through colleges at alarming rates, universities are scrambling to find quarantine space and On off campus. The Sacred Heart University has converted a 30 for room guest house at the former Connecticut headquarters of G to quarantine students. The University of South Carolina ran out of space a dormitory for quarantine students and began sending them two rooms it rented in hotel like quarters at a training center for prosecutors. The Air Force Academy send 400 cadets to hotels to free up space on its Colorado base for quarantines. Health officials such as White House Corona Virus Task Force member Dr Deborah Burkes has been urging colleges to keep students on campus to avoid them infecting members of their family and community. I'm showing Adler It is 2 44 Harriet Tubman is being honored by the University of Maryland with an academic department that bears her name. School president Darryl Pines has announced the creation of the Harriet Tubman Department of Women. Gender and sexuality studies, Pine says the department comes as a university trying to create a more inclusive environment, and it offers a black woman studies minor, the first in the nation. Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in Maryland. After escaping. She helped others do the same to a network of secret routes in safe houses known as the underground railroad. It is to 45 0 w T o P sports at 15 and 45 brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than a Honda Here is Rob Would for like it is cut day in the NFL. All 32 teams trying to trim their rosters. Maybe players down Teo 53. They've got a little over an hour left to do so in the Washington football team, actually making some good news. They keep. Alex Smith is miraculously rebounding from that life threatening leg injury and looks like he's back on the 53 man roster, according to multiple reports. After almost two years away, Smith expected to serve as the third string quarterback behind Dwayne Haskins and Kyle Allyn. Washington had another surprise released today. First, it was Adrian Peterson. Now it is safety Sean Davis. He was pegged as this potential starter when he was given a $2 million signing bonus in the off season, But the move Reinforces what coach Ron Rivera has been saying all along. This is not about trying to quantify how many wins. We got. This's trying to trying to build the best football team helped create a sustainable winning culture. That's what this will be about. As as we decide on who makes our football team going forward. Among the other notable cuts reported today. Receivers trade Quinn and Cam Simms and Ross Pierce, Bacher and tight end Richard Rodgers. Reuben Foster, Yet another season missed here in Washington. He is reportedly being placed on injured reserve, CBS Sports Jason Locke and for reporting Ryan Anderson is in coach Ron Rivera's plans and will not be traded This despite rumors to the contrary, the Houston Texans and Shawn Watson, agreeing to a four year extension worth $177.5 million with nearly 111. Million and guarantees that would make it the second richest contract in NFL history. Washington Spirit trailing Sky blue FC late in the second half of their false Siri's kickoff, in better to have the mint juleps late than not at all. After a four month delay, the 146 running of the Kentucky Derby happens today. No Spectators. In Louisville, but social justice protests expected to be in the backdrop. Rob would fork w GOP sports Thank you, Robyn. Just ahead on w T O matchmaker matchmaker make me a politically compatible match..

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05:31 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor turner" Discussed on WTOP

"Public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W in the American Legion. The goal is to install the new integrated plaque next year on the memorials 1/100 anniversary. Dick Uliano w T. O P. NEWS Maryland is trying to streamline the process of counting ballots that are sent through the mail, with state election leaders expecting a big surge in that kind of voting in November due to the Corona virus pandemic. Maryland's Board of elections approved to change that applies on Ly to this presidential election. It does away with the rule that required a team of people to count mail in ballots. Change allows for an individual election judge to canvass ballots by themselves just as long as the public is allowed to watch the process. The U. S. Postal Service's inspector general is searching for ways to improve the way it handles balance. It's uncovered a problem in Maryland that happened earlier this year ahead of the state's primary election. That audit finds that back in May 68,000 pieces of political male from a candidate sat around one postal facility in Baltimore four days it happened even though that processing a distribution center said political and election male had been cleared every day. Ballots were not affected in this case, however, since then postal workers Have said several sorting machines that often help with election male have been removed from mail facilities around the ST John Doman. W T O P News this Labour Day weekend. Even with the pandemic, lots of people are heading out of town, and some will see flashing lights behind them. With people looking for ways to get away for the long weekend safely. Most of them are driving. That means stayed in local looking for drivers who were doing it, Unsafely. In Maryland supers will be working overtime. Thanks. The highway Safety Grands Labor Day weekend is always near the top in terms of being most dangerous. And just remember, if you're hosting a Labor day best you could be held liable if someone you serve booze to ends up in an out the whole related crash. Neil Organ Stain Double GOP knows we're getting a better idea of just how severe a hit the local tourism industry has taken from the pandemic and what's being done to try to restore jobs and revenue. After welcoming nearly 23 million domestic visitors last year, D C is expecting that number to be cut in half for this year. With about 11 million domestic visitors expected, according to the group, Destination DC and looking ahead 2022 2021. It's going to be a slow climb out of where we are. Elliot Ferguson is the president and CEO of Destination D. C. We know that after 9 11 it took us 10 years, Teo get back to the numbers of visitors that we had. In 2000, he says they'll be appealing to those within driving range to visit the city and promoting new destinations like Black Lives Matter. Plaza John Aaron W. T O P. News It's 11 15 sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black. White think red. Here's Rob would for Sandy. The NFL teams have to pair Dara rosters down to 53 players by 4 P.m. this afternoon. The Washington football team with another surprise cut this morning as local product, Sean Davis said to be released despite receiving a $2 million signing bonus in the off season to be the presumed starting safety, But instead, it was Troy AKI. Grab control of the competition early and he has taken most of the first team reps opposite Landon Collins also reportedly released today. Receivers trade Quinn and Cam Sim, center Ross Pierce, Bacher and tight and Richard Rodgers. Linebacker Reuben Foster reportedly headed to injured reserve. Thus ending his season before it even begins for the second straight year. On a lighter note, the Adrian Peterson release has led to some changes in Jersey numbers, according to Ben, Standing at the Atlantic. Landon Collins is going back to his college number 26, which was vacated by Peterson's release, and with Collins, ditching 20 that will now go to Jimmy Moreland. And speaking of numbers to Shawn Watson, getting a lot of them on his paycheck from the Houston Texans. He's agreed to a four year extension reportedly worth a total of $177.5 million with 111 million and guarantees. The annual average of 39 million in base salary makes him the highest paid player in the NFL during the life of that contract. This, of course, as I starting to Baltimore as reigning MVP Lamar Jackson, Here's the time to extend his contract. Yesterday, the Nationals and Orioles started their doubleheader sport Lee, but both rallied to victory in the night cap the Nets ending their seven game losing skid, They'll look to beat the Braves again at 7 10, with Eric Betty, making his first career start in Atlanta. The Orioles after snapping a 19 games slide to the Yankees. Now go for their first win streak over the pinstripes and what feels like forever. Rob would fork W T OBY sports. It's 11 17. Right now. At T Mobile, You could get two powerful iPhone 11 pros on us, which can come in handy if you're spending more time together than usual like me and Mike. Yeah, not a lot of meat on these days, But now we each have a knife on 11 pro So we can do our own thing and separate parts of the house. The three cameras they're perfect for capture my D I Y projects. I'm repaying the car and I can face time with my besties. Wait! What are you doing to the car? Haven't you seen my posts? Oh, wow. 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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Members of the U. S. Armed forces pursuing undergraduate or master degrees. Find out more at AM you freedom. Grant dot com I'm Rob Stallworth, w T. O P Trafford and now the storm team for meteorologists. Brianna Berman Solo Nice sunny skies this morning and this afternoon. We'll see more of the same difference from last week and this Labor Day weekend is a big cool down. Ters. We'll only be in the upper seventies, too. Low eighties gorgeous Get outside Saturday, Sunday and Monday as our forecaster remains dry for the next several days overnight temperatures dropping to the fifties and sixties, a crisp start tomorrow morning before we climbed to the low to mid eighties on Sunday and will be in the mid eighties for Labor Day. I'm strong Team four meteorologist Free and Averman Solo. It is 74 degrees in Potomac, 75 in Annandale and 73 in the district at 11 11. For 99 years, it stood in the heart of Leesburg, a World War one memorial whose names of the dead a racially segregated Loudon County Board of Supervisors is moving to change that Loudon County Supervisor Mike Turner was surprised to learn the bronze plaque on the memorial lists the county's war dead whites on top and black on the bottom right at the bottom of the plaque. There's a line drawn, and there's three names below the line and those of the African Americans who lost their lives from Loudon County and more one at the Board of Supervisors, meeting members voted nine to nothing to bring Matter to a public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W.

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02:31 min | 2 years ago

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"A public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W in American Legion. The goal is to install the new integrated plaque next year on the memorials 1/100 anniversary. Dick Uliano w T o P News through legislation related to absentee voting. Virginia has made it easier for people who want to vote in the presidential election but don't want to do it in person. Virginia's General Assembly has given final approval to that bill. Here's delegate Mark Sickles. First thing it does is reimbursed localities for the postage on the return absentee envelope. It also allows for drop boxes for absentee ballots where people can drop off the ballot. Instead of mailing it in. Lawmakers passed the bill and governor Ralph Northam quickly signed it. Before this Virginia didn't have those drop boxes Maryland and D. C. It already planned to have many more boxes than usual due to the Corona virus pandemic. The U. S. Postal Service's inspector general is searching for ways to improve the way it's handles ballots. And it's uncovered a problem in Maryland. That's happened earlier this year ahead of that state's primary election audit finds that back in May 68,000 pieces of political male from a candidate sat around one postal facility in Baltimore for days. It happened even though that processing a distribution center said political and election male had been cleared every day. Ballots were not affected in this case, however. Since then, postal workers have said several sorting machines that often helped with election male have been removed from male Facilities around the ST John Doman w T. O P News, Maryland is trying to streamline the process of counting ballots that are sent through the mail. With state election leaders expecting a big surge in that kind of voting. Maryland's board of Elections has approved the change that does away with a rule that required a team of people to count mail in ballots. The change allows for an individual election judge to canvass ballots by themselves. Just as long as the public is allowed to watch that process in the places in Maryland that have moved to phase three of reopening from Corona virus restrictions. Movie theatres are now open songs I'm saying, like distance, and I'm Not like Catching the current amount. Yeah, yeah indoor movie theatres are allowed to seat up to 50% capacity or 100 people per auditorium. Whichever is less. That's important because social distancing procedures must be in place, Robert Matty says. That's the only way he'll visit a theater now restriction. I think it's.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor turner" Discussed on WTOP

"You can see the store for details. You could go to meadows farm dot com. Meadows Farm plant a little happiness. Married upon the W T o p traffic, not a storm team for meteorologists, bringing Oberman solo. Plenty of sunshine. Today is a great start to the holiday weekend and sunshine will stick around Saturday, Sunday and Labor Day for Monday. We're looking at temperatures in the fifties and sixties this morning, warming up all into the seventies to around 80 degrees very mild this afternoon. High pressure continues to build today. That's where the sunshine comes from, and the cooler temperatures. Thanks to that cold front that path through last night, we'll stick around through much of the day. Sunday gets a bit warmer, but we still remain dry with low humidity levels. Very pleasant, Low eighties for your highs on Sunday, if not the mid eighties in some areas, definitely looking at mid eighties on Monday, getting a bit more sticky for the holiday. But again, Sunshine sticks around at least through Tuesday, and then we'll see rain chances returning for Wednesday of next week. I'm starting to inform meteorologist for an Averman solo. Yep, it's been feeling dramatically cooler. This morning 66 degrees in Fairfax, 70 in Rockville and 67 degrees in the nation's capital at 9 11. For 99 years it stood in the heart of Leesburg, a World War one memorial that has names of the dead that are racially segregated allowed in County Board of Supervisors is trying to change that. Loudon County Supervisor Mike Turner was surprised to learn the bronze plaque on the memorial lists the county's war dead whites on top and black on the bottom right at the bottom of the plaque. There's a line drawn, and there's three names below the line and those of the African Americans who lost their lives from Loudoun County and more among at the Board of Supervisors, meeting members voted Nine to nothing to bring the matter to a public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W.

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"supervisor turner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor turner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"But we haven't talked about the Redskins. Yet. The Washington Redskins, the football team from Washington, D. C, formerly known as the Redskins, apparently we will. We will talk about that. We've got Trevor matted, joining us talk about that. But also we're going to talk to you about that. I want to hear your voice about that. I have a lot to say about it. I'm sad. I'm angry, Depressed and, frankly, a little. Defeated and I don't want to be. I'm not that guy. So we're going to talk about that. Maybe you'll, maybe you'll help me out on it. Keep me from feeling to defeated, so we'll get to that. And we definitely need to talk about your schools and whether they are these administrators and these politicians really have your Children's best interests at heart. As we see jurisdictions across the country in various areas just committing to remote schooling only for this fall. Despite the science, we'll get into all of that coming up a little later in the program right now. Sadly, as we discussed it's Election Day last year, things were moving in Loudon County and a very, very bad direction with regard to policing. Their joining us now is Michael Chapman. He is the sheriff of Loudon County, and I I'm an eternal optimist, Sheriff Chapman, But I don't like the direction that the conversation is going right now with your board of supervisors. Well, I don't either, Larry. Thanks for having me on a cz. You could see here This is this is actually a last minute power grab by chair, Randall. They announced this on Friday on the last Meeting before the last day that they're gonna have the last meeting before the Board of Supervisors meeting. That is before the summer break kicks in, and it's your last opportunity to try to get this on the November ballot. So they're Russian is through, hoping that citizens allowed Are not smart enough to see exactly what this is about. Let everybody know what we're talking about here. This has to do with this move to institute a Countywide police department, right? Yeah, That's right, you know? Ah, Right now we have one of the most successful sheriff's offices in the nation. We got a 90% approval rating from the citizens. We've got the lowest crime rate in the whole Washington D C area. We have the citizens get to select their top law enforcement official here is opposed to having a board or mayor or whatever the cases were, then that the chief is then responsible to to report directly to the elected officials and here as an elected official on as a sheriff, we report directly to the citizens that we serve. That takes the middleman out of it. And it actually takes the politics out of it. And to the contrary, and this is AH move my chair Randall, Phyllis Randall, as well as you know, Supervisors, Turner sayings, embracement and what they want to dio. Is clearly in institute their political agenda and utilize a police chief as a tool to carry out that agenda, And this seems to be a solution in search of a problem. Sheriff Chapman. I mean, it doesn't seem that policing in love in county is broken and needs fixing like this. Well, that's exactly right. I mean, like I said, we're one of the most successful sheriff's office and the nation. People love what we're doing. In fact, in just the past year just over a year Larry. We've had over 50 of sworn law enforcement officers, mostly from police departments that have left their jobs to come work for us because they don't like the direction of what's going on with police chase and the political influence that they're they're under right now. And a lot of these chiefs are not standing up for their guys What they're doing and gals or what they're doing is you're coming over here. They're coming over and drones were actually now having to turn some away are are hiring right now, our vacancies with lowest rate they've ever been where 55% or so they can see writing. It's never been that low in Latin, and when you have police departments nationwide, they can't hire people. We're just the opposite. We're getting too many people applying here because they love what we're doing out here. So what can people do? I mean, this is it for sure that this is going to be on the ballot now, Or is there some steps in between what? What happens from here, Sheriff? Well, it's going to be a board vote on the 21st of July. At five o'clock, the board of Supervisors will gather. So you got the board of Supervisors allowed dot gov can reach out to them, or you can reach out seven or three. 777 200 to reach out to the board. I would say that it's important to get your voice heard to make sure that you're that you're after that. You let the board know you disagree with this. I mean, this is ah. This is a handful of folks on the board that want to direct the Ah, You know, what we're gonna do is as a law enforcement agency. They want to take public safety away from the citizens. They want to take their voice away so they can impose their political will on a chief and I think it's important that the citizens realise That they have an active role on that. We listened to every one of our citizens. Not any one particular group. We listened all our citizens. I mean, our Citizen Review board. Here is 413,000 strong. So were we Listen to them. We want them to have a voice in public safety, and we want their voice to be heard with our board supervisors. It seems to me, sir. And here's one of the objects they might say. Well, listen, Sheriff Chapman. This is this has nothing to do with you. You'll still be the sheriff. They're not up ending the sheriff's department or the role. Deputies have here and you'll still face reelection and and still have what you did. We're just looking to augment and help out your efforts here with the police department. Well, they're you know, we actually did a survey and a study on this thing, And we found that it would cost a minimum $20 million to recreate what we've already got here. So why do you want to recreate something? Again. It's not broken started. Police Department a whole new administration when you have people you have Ah, localities now that are trying to defund police and get rid of them Now. Now they want to institute a police department on Lee so that they have sole control over the direction And what, what a police department will and won't enforce S O. That's that's a problem. There's a big cost factor associated with this. It's very complex. When you start talking about Employee's computer systems that Iran different administrations. Uh it just all the things that we do, and we have right now we have a real synergy between you know the jails, the courts and the law enforcement and, you know, our detectives are Traffic units and all these other kinds of things. We we have it under control here to do something to disrupt a great working system here just for the sole purpose of instituting your own political agenda. Political will. It's really unconscionable. Speaking with Michael Chapman, he is the sheriff of Loudon County. And we're talking about this move now by the County Board of Supervisors, Tio Institute, a Countywide Police department and let's just well on this last Item here, Sheriff Chapman cause I think it's.

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"supervisor turner" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"supervisor turner" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Orlando turns first for breaking news twenty four hours a day. starts now good morning it is now seven thirty yeah it is Monday and it is a cooler today ma'am we're looking to get up to about eighty eight later this afternoon would you believe that it is partly cloudy and sixty nine now I think you're going to really dig the weather if you open the windows today our top story this morning as the first day of fall but hurricane season still has more than two months left yeah the tropics are very active Joe the national hurricane center's keeping an eye on get this three systems in the Atlantic for now none of them are a threat to Florida but they're still worth watching tropical storm Jerry still about three hundred miles south southwest of Bermuda packing maximum sustained winds of sixty five miles per hour and will not impact our weather WFTV channel nine meteorologist Brian shields tracking another system even further away tropical depression thirteen becoming Lorenzo off the coast of Africa that will stay out to sea care down of the care bean will bring some rain and some wind to Porto Rico the Virgin Islands for tomorrow and again on Wednesday this morning tropical storm Karen is in the southern Caribbean about two hundred miles west of Saint Vincent with forty mile per hour winds the old movie news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. this is ninety six point five. Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic. I don't know when this is meteorologist Brian shields operate Easter highs coming up the dry weather pattern in our eye on the tropics for looking at a twenty four minute drive time approaching U. S. twenty seven to five thirty to at Torrance news ninety six point five W. D. V. O. good morning SL seven thirty two twenty eight minutes away from eight o'clock your listing Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five W. DDO every computer your next chance to win and that is ninety six point five W. D. B. O. payroll pay out coming up at eight you're not a police officer who arrested at six and eight year old four separate incidents at school is off the job for now Orlando's police chief Orlando alone says officer Dennis Turner did not follow department procedures which requires the arrest of any person under the age of twelve the approval of a watch commander who's a supervisor Turner is now suspended pending the outcome of an internal investigation we are also hearing from the grandmother of one of the kids who was arrested. part of a police car. when she arrived. because then they sent it to me. it was probably like the Maryland Kirkland says the school knows the girl off to miss behaves because she has a medical condition Laureline is ninety six point five W. D. B. L. the search for a missing sixteen year old is stepped up after the girl's family received Instagram call showing the girl tied up and crying destiny rose has been missing from her Broward county school for troubled teens.

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"supervisor turner" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"supervisor turner" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Monday first day of fall fall started while you were sleeping unless of course you work third shift then you worked right through the beginning of fall we're in the autumnal equinox today. to be a sunny eighty eight later this afternoon and it should be dry most of the day right now seventy one degrees it's the coolest we've been in months our top story this morning is the first full day of fall but hurricane season as soon still here we have more than two months left yeah the tropics pretty active Joe the national hurricane season monitoring three systems now in the Atlantic for now none of them are a threat to Florida but WFTV channel nine meteorologist Brian shield says they're still worth watching. they still about three hundred miles south southwest of Bermuda packing maximum sustained winds of sixty five miles per hour and will not impact our weather WFTV channel nine meteorologist Brian shields tracking another system even further away tropical depression thirteen becoming Lorenzo off the coast of Africa that will stay out to sea care down of the carabiner bring some rain and some wind to Porto Rico the Virgin Islands for tomorrow and again on Wednesday this morning tropical storm Karen is in the southern Caribbean about two hundred miles west of Saint Vincent with forty mile per hour winds the old movie news ninety six point five W. D. B. O.. news ninety six point five. Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic. this is meteorologist Brian shields operate these are highs coming up the dry weather pattern in our eye on the tropics one is on a high for you spelled out for you twenty seven to five thirty two going to take about thirty minutes. Taurus there's ninety six point five good morning six thirty two now twenty eight minutes away from seven o'clock your listing to Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. every computer and I'm are sitting on the pretty officer who arrested a six and an eight year old for separate incidents at school is off the job for now Orlando's police chief Orlando alone says officer Dennis Turner did not follow department procedures which requires the arrest of any person under the age of twelve the approval of a watch commander who's a supervisor Turner is now suspended pending the outcome of an internal investigation we are also hearing from the grandmother of one of the kids who was arrested. part of a police car. when she arrived. because whether the surface at least ours will read. Marilyn Kirkland says the school knows the girl off to miss behaves because she has a medical condition Laureline is ninety six point five W. D. B. L. a push begins this week to get diapers to families in need today St wrapped in asking money will host a diaper drive as part of national diaper need awareness week one of three family she says struggle to provide enough diapers to keep the baby healthy you can drop off those who diapers desk monies district office on east Concord St in Orlando until Friday Orlando international airports as it sold more than a billion dollars of bonds to help pay for its new south terminal project airport CEO Phil brown says the one point one billion dollars sale is the largest one sailing airport history the south terminal expansion is a three billion dollar project in total brown says in twenty seventeen they issued almost a billion dollars worth of bonds to help he says the airport does not have enough cash flow to fund projects this large which is why they have to turn the bonds Kevin reviews news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. and let's take a peek what happened on the football field this week at the box kicking woes continue the dolphins still in search of their first win the bucs were on the wrong side of history Sunday in Tampa as Daniel Jones leads the New York Giants to a thirty two to thirty one victory while placing you lie manning the Bucks did everything right except make a field goal at the end of the game as for the dolphins they're still when was falling on the road thirty one to six to the Dallas Cowboys good news both of my fantasy football teams one on Sunday in college football though you see a fall seven places to number twenty two in the latest a people this after losing a heart breaker Saturday to pet Darryl movie news ninety six point five W. D. B. O.. well I'm glad Daryl that your fantasy football teams did well something about love six thirty five now in our land does morning news Jill good morning plenty of sun as we go throughout the day a beautiful day and a great weekend had lots of sunshine today highs topping out around eighty nine it tonight mostly clear numbers down in the upper sixties those nights had been nice and for tomorrow still mostly sunny highs at about ninety from Kettleman I would this news I'm meteorologist Brian shield right now partly cloudy skies it's kind of nice this morning cooler temperatures it's now seventy one at Orlando's severe weather station say such purity triple team traffic that's what drove the copter air one Eric brown. westbound approaching zero forty six incident of the right shoulder please road ranger there over one playing the left.

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