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"About $2 billion on the starship program this year and says there's an 80% chance of reaching orbit. This year, Adams Morgan is doubling down on porch fest. Will the spring version Saturday May 20th more than 70 bands will play on porches, stoops and patios, it's free. Last October's tenth annual Adams Morgan full porch fest. Drew more than 40,000 people. That's good for Adam's Morgan bars, restaurants and stores. Just 12 minutes into Monday trading. The Dow is up 50. The S&P 500 Index is up for the NASDAQ is up just one point. Jeff clade will be news. Thanks, Jeff. It's 9 42. Russia pardon me, let's turn now to the war in Ukraine and Russia has launched its second day of missile attacks there, damaging buildings in a city in the eastern part of Ukraine, at least 34 people have been hurt, air raid sirens also began blaring across key that around three 45 in the morning followed by the sounds of explosions as missiles were intercepted by Ukrainian defense systems. This attack follows Friday's launch of more than 20 missiles and two explosive drones at Ukraine that attack was the first to target the country's capital in nearly two months. I'm Peter M Lee and here are your top headlines from federal news network. After two recent deadly helicopter crashes, the army will hold a 24 hour aviation safety stand down. The break will allow for a review of the collision of two Apache helicopters in Alaska, which killed three soldiers and two Black Hawk helicopters that went down during a training exercise that killed 9 crew members
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"Unexpected costs for many business owners. And now the company is trying to minimize the fallout, one company said it cuts spending on indeed by roughly 90%, largely because of the new pricing strategy. Entenmann's is venturing into the world of ice cream. The popular grocery store baked goods brand has released a line of 6 ice cream sandwiches. They put the ice cream between at least three of their popular mini donut flavors, including the rich frosted donut. The only place you can currently get them in the freezer aisle at Walmart. 7 42 at WTO, now we turn to the war in Ukraine. Russia has launched its second day of missile attacks in the war torn country today, damaging buildings in a city in the eastern part of the country, at least 34 people have been hurt. Air raid sirens also began blaring across Kyiv at around three 45 in the morning, followed by the sounds of explosions as missiles were intercepted by Ukrainian defense systems, the attack follows Friday's launch of more than 20 missiles and two explosive drones at Ukraine that attack was the first to target the country's capital in nearly two months. Federal headlines brought to you by Amazon Web Services for public sector. I'm Peter M Lee and here are your top headlines from federal news network. After two recent deadly helicopter crashes, the army will hold a 24 hour aviation safety stand down. The break will allow for a review of the collision of two Apache helicopters in Alaska, which killed three soldiers and two Black Hawk helicopters that went down during a training exercise that killed 9 crew members near fort Campbell, Kentucky. And newly introduced legislation would give participants in the federal employees health benefits program, coverage for two common types of infertility
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"The arraignment, Trump returned to his home and promptly went on the attack. Incredibly, we are now a failing nation. We are a nation in decline, and now these radical left lunatics want to interfere with our elections by using law enforcement. We can't let that happen. Despite China's veiled threats House speaker Kevin McCarthy is still planning to meet with the president of Taiwan tomorrow to boost support for the democratically governed island, which China claims as its territory, the two will meet at the Ronald Reagan presidential library in California. In Wisconsin voters have elected a democratic backed judge to the state Supreme Court details on that from reporter Bruce Marcus. Milwaukee circuit court judge Janet pro to say what's his defeated conservative former justice Daniel Kelly. Her victory will give liberals a narrow majority on the court and could impact the state's pre Civil War abortion ban. Because of what was at stake, this became the most expensive state Supreme Court election in U.S. history. Storms brought golf ball size hail to parts of Illinois on Tuesday, including Chicago, and now the upper Midwest and parts of the south are on alert for tornadoes. It may be a new weapon against asthma, a good night's sleep, more on that from CBS Vicki Barker in London. A decade long study of more than 450,000 Brits has found the better they reported sleeping at night, the less likely they were to have developed asthma, the reverse was also true. The worse they reported sleeping, the likelier they were to have developed the condition by the end of the study. The army says flight data recorders have been recovered from two Black Hawk helicopters that crashed last week near fort Campbell, Kentucky, killing all 9 soldiers on the choppers. President Biden says he wants technology companies to make sure their products are safe before they're released to the public as to whether artificial intelligence is dangerous, he said yesterday, that remains to be seen. This is CBS News. With just one touch, you can listen live to WTO on Apple CarPlay or Android auto. Download the WTO app and choose it in
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"News. Breaking news, WABC. Millions of people in the Midwest tonight dealing with a tornado outbreak. There are reports that perhaps hundreds of injuries and widespread damage after a tornado ripped through literal Little Rock garcons are destroying homes and displacing homeowners. According to the fire department disc is not a safe, we can not stay here. It is completely not livable. So that's what we're trying to do now before it gets started. Arkansas governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders declaring a state of emergency. There are also tornado warnings for parts of Indiana, Wisconsin and Texas. It's part of a dangerous weather pattern potentially affecting 75 million Americans in the south and Midwest. President Biden and rolling fork Mississippi today surveying the damage caused by a deadly tornado last week, 13 people were killed in the town of rolling for three minutes. This neighborhood is basically gone. Stores, everything, gone. And the most powerful part of the tornado came through rolling forward. President participated in a walking tour of the disaster and meeting with residents impacted by the storm. One of the soldiers killed in the military chopper crash in Kentucky is from New Jersey, the army identifying him as 23 year old sergeant David Salinas junior of oradell. He was one of 9 soldiers killed Wednesday night when two Black Hawk helicopters crashed during a military exercise. An assistant director on rust is pleading no contest to a misdemeanor charge and the accidental deadly shooting on set. David hall is the first to be held accountable for the death of cinematographer Helena Hutchins. He was the movie's safety coordinator and will not serve jail time, but instead serve 6 months of unsupervised probation. WWC news time 7 O three sports in your full forecast up
"two black hawks" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"For an update on sports now from the Beacon plumbing sports desk and Bill Schwartz, the first place Mariners look for back to back wins over Cleveland. Outstanding pitching start to finish and tie France 8th inning home red netted Seattle and opening night three zero victory over the guardians. Cleveland reliever James Grinch was called for a pitch clock violation, then a wild pitch pitting two men aboard for France's game winning round tripper. I mean, I don't know if that was necessarily the key. I think we were just putting good at bats together. But I'm sure that had something to do with it. For me, I was just trying to get on time with his fastball. He likes to throw it up in the zone and it's got a good carry on it. So his lower erratic, but just trying to get some good swing at. Hey, because of that pitch clock, the game was over in two hours and 14 minutes. The Mariners tonight host Cleveland again with Robbie ray on the mound. In the AOS, Texas and Oakland won their openers while Houston lost to the White Sox. Seattle kraken add to their NHL wild card lead with a four to one home ice victory over the last place Anaheim ducks, Saturday night, the kraken take on the LA kings at climate pledge. In Dallas tonight, the women's basketball final four Iowa against undefeated South Carolina, Virginia tech plays LSU. And at Seattle sea dragons football in Texas, tonight taking on the Arlington renegades, sportswear sports at ten and 40 after the hour, northwest news radio, a team of military investigators from fort Rucker in Alabama, has arrived in southwest Kentucky to look for the cause of a fatal helicopter crash, ABC's Jim Ryan says the families of the 9 victims are still being tracked down and informed of the tragedy. The investigators will be interviewing people who live near the crash site intrigue county, southeast of paducah. Lamborghini was the entire two helicopters went over my house. James Hughes says that's not unusual, but then got past my house. We are heard a loud boom. Two Black Hawk helicopters
Probe of deadly Black Hawk crash underway in Kentucky
"The military has released the identities of the 9 soldiers killed during yesterday's Black Hawk helicopter crash in Kentucky. They ranged in age from 23 to 36, man came from 7 states from New Jersey to Florida to California. They were the 9 soldiers aboard the two black hawks from Ford Campbell's 101st airborne division that crashed during a nighttime training exercise. The armies deadliest training incident in 8 years. The division's commander says their losses will reverberate for years. A military air safety team from Alabama is investigating what led to the crash, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
"two black hawks" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Corn syrup to rattled and caught fire in Minnesota. I'm Shelley Adler. All ahead on America in the morning. Now 7 minutes after the hour, Donald Trump makes history as the first former president to be indicted for a crime, John stone has the story from Washington. Well, after nearly two weeks of speculation, a majority of the 23 person grand jury hearing evidence in the state's investigation into Donald Trump's alleged hush money payment to former adult star stormy Daniels found there was sufficient evidence to indict the former president. The decision is sending reverberations throughout the political world. Trump's former vice president, Mike Pence weighing in on CNN last night. Well, I think the unprecedented indictment. Of a former president of the United States on a campaign finance issue is an outrage. And it appears that for millions of Americans. To be nothing more than a political prosecution. That sentiment echoed by Republican senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina on Fox News. If you got a pile of crappy, chop it up 34 times, it's still a pile of crap. It's duplicitous charging. They're trying to smear the guy. They're trying to take cases that nobody else would take in resurrect them. This is literally legal voodoo. Trump released a 5 paragraph statement, calling the indictment political prosecution and election interference at its highest level. Excoriating defense attorney Alvin Bragg as a puppet of Democrats, quote doing Joe Biden's dirty work. Other top Republican leaders weighing in, House speaker Kevin McCarthy says Bragg, quote, irreparably damage the country and is attempting to interfere in the 2024 election. Florida governor Ron DeSantis calling Bragg's indictment that, quote, weaponization of the legal system. And he promised his state will not assist in any extradition request. And Nikki Haley, who has announced a run for The White House in 2024, criticized the indictment as being more about revenge than justice. Despite the critics, Bragg's case will go forward thanks in large part to the testimony of their star witness. Former Trump fixer Michael Cohen, who says he arranged the payment by Trump in 2016 just ahead of the election in order to keep Daniels quiet about their 2006 affair. Cohen tells MSNBC the indictment proves he is not a liar. Once again lies misinformation, disinformation malformation that they're throwing against me will ultimately continue to prove that everything that what I had provided was relevant to this investigation. Democrats are having their say to former House speaker Nancy Pelosi saying quote hopefully the former president will peacefully respect the system and Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer noting Trump is, quote, subject to the same laws as every American. And attorney for Trump says he will submit himself to arraignment in New York on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the city of New York is preparing for possible protests, a memo went out to all NYPD officers that everyone will be on duty. John stillness, Washington. It's ten after. Investigators with a U.S. Army are looking into what caused a deadly helicopter crash involving two rotary wing aircraft in Kentucky. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports. The two Black Hawk helicopters were part of the 101st airborne division. They crashed around 10 o'clock Wednesday night in trig county in southwest Kentucky about 30 miles northwest of fort Campbell. Rivers responded to the area and came across the wreckage of two military black hawks. Kentucky state trooper Sarah Burgess. The crash occurred in a field, some wooded area, but primarily a field area at this time there are no reports of resident damage. One helicopter had 5 people on board and
"two black hawks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Election interference at the highest level in history. Meanwhile, as more investigations of Trump are currently underway, MSNBC legal analyst Danny savio says these charges may not even be the strongest against him. Many question whether or not these are the strongest potential charges against Donald Trump and if the stronger charges might not be those in Georgia potentially or from the federal investigation led by special counsel. The office of the Manhattan district attorney says it has contacted the former president's lawyer to coordinate Trump's surrender, a spokesperson for Alvin Bragg added the details on his arraignment date are still pending. House speaker Kevin McCarthy says the country is irreparably damaged by the indictment. McCarthy accused Bragg of weaponizing the country's sacred system of justice against Trump. McCarthy also tweeted the American people will not tolerate this injustice. The Pentagon is extending its condolences for families of the American soldiers who died in a helicopter crash in Kentucky, speaking in a briefing Pentagon press secretary pat Ryder said 9 U.S. Army soldiers died when two Black Hawk helicopters crashed last night. The helicopters were going through planned training flight operations when the incident occurred. California continues efforts to help communities recover from more than a dozen atmospheric rivers that have pounded the state since January. California office of emergency services deputy director Brian Ferguson says it's been an unprecedented winter and spring season. To date the state has directed more than $60 million in direct response and recovery support to these communities. Several state agencies are working together to help residents and communities with cleanup and debris removal. I'm Brian shook. The NYPD like many police departments across the nation is tracking a surge in auto thefts potentially triggered by a social media challenge, Natalie migliori reports. Police commissioner keyshawn soul says the TikTok trend showing how easy it is to steal certain Kia and Hyundai models went viral last year, prompting a spike in thefts nationwide. Before then, we were averaging probably ten to 12 deaths of these cars a month. And by December, we were up to about a hundred. Souls says most of the stolen cars are later abandoned. We believe teenagers are stealing them based on a video for joy riding. But we can not ignore the fact there's a possibility they are being used in the commission of a crime. So far this year, the NYPD has made more than a hundred arrests for Kia and Hyundai thefts. More than 70% of doctors say COVID misinformation negatively impacted patients health in a poll by the de Beaumont foundation and morning consult 72% of physicians in the U.S. said misinformation has also made it harder to treat patients with COVID. A fossilized species of beaver discovered more than 80 years ago is being named after Bucky's Mark Mayfield explains the popular Texas chain of country stores has got a hand wearing beaver as its mascot. Researchers at UT Austin rediscovered the fossils of a previously unknown ancient beaver species inside the school's fossil collections. They've named the species a Bucky after the chain store and its cartoon mascot. A partial beaver skull of fossil was discovered in 1941, and a museum curator died before he could officially name the new species. I'm Mark Mayfield. Authorities say a man who is accused of robbing four banks was tracked down by police after leaving a note. Colin loved junior allegedly robbed the banks with an accomplice in February. Police say love went into the community choice credit union gave the teller a note demanding money then fled, investigators discovered love wrote the note on one of his paycheck stubs, which eventually led to his arrest. I'm Brian schuch. And I'm Doug prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories, and the markets. China's economy is showing signs of recovery. The march manufacturing PMI came in at a reading of 51.9, weaker than what we had in February at 52.6, but above estimates at 51.6. And then if you look at the non manufacturing PMI for the month of March, a reading of 58.2 versus 56.3 in February. A hot headline now from the Bloomberg terminal Japan will impose new restrictions on the exportation of chip making equipment. In the state several fed officials have suggested more monetary tightening may be necessary the head of the Minneapolis fed Neil kashkari was saying the services sector excluding housing has yet to slow down despite a series of aggressive fed rate hikes and he said its premature to judge what the impact of the recent turmoil in the financial system will be on the overall American economy. What's unclear right now is how much of this banking stresses of the past few weeks is leading to a sustained credit crunch, which would then slow down the U.S. economy. Neil kashkari, the head of the Minneapolis fed, we also heard today from Richmond fed president Tom barkin, he was saying the fed can raise rates more if inflation risk persist and the head of the Boston fed Susan Collins views a quarter point rate increase being the appropriate pace. Meantime the Biden administration is proposing tougher bank regulations to make sure there are no more failures of midsize banks that story from Bloomberg's Tom busby. The White House now calling on federal banking regulators and the Treasury Department to tighten up the rules for midsize bank to prevent any more regional banks like Silicon Valley bank from collapsing. Among the recommendations annual stress tests for those mid sized banks shortening the time to apply those stress tests once banks reach a $100 billion in assets and strengthening supervisory tools to ensure that those lenders can withstand rising interest rates. Bloomberg's Tom busby, right now, if you look at the action in the bond market
"two black hawks" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"By K two vision RLE. Thank you for joining us. I'm Rick van seist Kim shepherd with the day off as we look at headlines. The Pentagon extending its condolences for families of the American soldiers who died in a helicopter crash in Kentucky, speaking at a briefing Pentagon press secretary pat Ryder said 9 U.S. Army soldiers died when two Black Hawk helicopters crashed last night. Glacier middle school and sea tag went on lockdown today after reports of a weapon on campus, the highland school district reports police searched the building and determined it to be secure. Donald Trump, the first former president of the United States to be criminally indicted. The charges today connected to an alleged hush money scheme designed to cover up an affair with an adult film actress. Olivia Rubin has a producer with ABC's investigative unit and spoke with Alex stone. I think something to remember is that Trump just the other day was speaking on television talking about this potential of being indicted and addressing a lot of the reports that perhaps he wanted to be arrested that he could have wanted to be perp walked. But it's important to remember that the former president has been drilling down saying, you know, I did nothing wrong saying none of that's true that he wanted to be handcuffed and that he doesn't see it happening. But of course with this potential indictment, that's where we could be headed to an arraignment. So that's something to keep in mind as well looking forward. Olivia, at what point are we going to learn what is in this indictment, we understand that his attorneys would have been notified that he had been indicted at some point when everything is unsealed. Are we there yet? Does he know what's going on or is it just in general that indictment has come down? It's a bit too soon to say just as of now when we might learn, of course, sources are telling us that right now everything's been filed under seal. But just as we learned earlier today from one of our former fellow colleagues here at ABC that's in addition to the role in the payments to stormy Daniels sources have told our errands and turkey that the Manhattan DA is also investigating payments to an additional former Playboy model who liked Daniels had claimed to have had the affair with former president Donald Trump. So what that really shows us here is just that we don't exactly know there are new developments. We know that this is what's being investigated, but where it goes from here, it's impossible to say for sure. Jump over to the hill, our Elizabeth scholz, covering the hill in Washington and this is going to shake things up as we were talking to Karen Travers about no matter where it goes. This is an historic moment. And this is unsurprisingly breaking down along party line ballots. We're hearing from Jim Jordan calling this outrageous. He is a big Trump ally, representative who has longtime called some of these various investigations into the former president witch hunts. And that's a lot of the sentiment that we're seeing from some Republicans, at least so far on Capitol Hill, representative Andy Biggs saying that this is an instance where no president has ever. There's obviously happened to no president calling this deranged, but then of course, on the other hand, you have Democrats saying it's about time representative Maxine waters saying she predicted that this would have happened and that now it is finally coming to fruition. Look, the underlying reality here is that former president Trump is still running for president. And he has made it clear that he would plan to continue with his campaign, even if he's indicted. So this puts a real kind of uncertainty and a wedge into the already divisive politics here on the hill. A lot of Republicans going to stand with the former president who is, of course, still seen as a FrontRunner. Democrats going to continue to try to make the case. This is yet another reason he shouldn't be their candidate. And of course, should be president again, they would say. ABC's Elizabeth schulz, along with Olivia Rubin and Alex stone on the indictment of former president Donald Trump will have another update in just about ten minutes from the network and stay with northwest news radio for the latest on this story as it continues to develop tonight. Meantime, the attorney for adult film star stormy Daniels says they reported indictment of the former president is no cause for joy. In a tweet, Clark Brewster knows the hard work and conscientiousness of the grand jurors must be respected and Brewster adds no one is above the law. We now know what sparked two brush fires and the Lake Stevens area yesterday. Investigators say both of these started by small burn piles that got out of control. Snohomish regional fire and rescue is reminding people to call 9-1-1 right away of a brush fire ignites and don't just try to fight the fire yourself. By the way, Lake Stevens is also not zoned for residential burn piles. That report from
"two black hawks" Discussed on WTOP
"Has been confirmed to CBS News by Trump's own attorney, Susan necklace. She has told CBS News the former president has been indicted. This is about hush money payments made in 2016 by his former fixer, Michael Cohen, to stormy Daniels, the porn star, under scrutiny, is former president Trump's role in this entire operation. They have been talking to witnesses extensively in recent months, focusing especially in Michael Cohen and his testimony about Trump's role in this entire episode. Loyola law school, professor Laurie Levinson Adams has been saying he did nothing wrong. But the legal charges relate to false reporting, false reports. And if they're done in pursuing campaign finance violations, that elevates things from a misdemeanor to a felony. I'm Steve Dorsey in Washington, Trump has issued his response to the indictment, calling it quote political persecution and election interference at the highest level in history. Trump says the indictment was orchestrated by Democrats, his lawyers say quote, he did not commit any crime. We will vigorously fight this political persecution in court. Meanwhile, The White House is not commenting on the indictment. Former president Trump will have to surrender to authorities be fingerprinted and there will be an arraignment in open court. Recordings of some of the calls made to 9-1-1 during the deadly Nashville school shooting on Monday have been released. Some saying they could hear gunshots. This woman was inside the school. Are you in a safe spot right now? I think so. 6 people, including three children, were shot to death police shot and killed the suspect. The U.S. Army secretary calls it a heavy day after two Black Hawk helicopters crashed killing all 9 soldiers aboard outside fort Campbell, Kentucky, Brigadier general John lubin.
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"Use time 5 o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour. Presented by indeed dot com. I'm Monica rickson, New York, The White House is slamming Russia for arresting Wall Street Journal reporter Evan gershkovich on espionage charges. Press secretary Jean Pierre. This espionage charges are ridiculous. The targeting of American citizens by Russian government is unacceptable. We condemn the detention of mister gerskovic in the strongest in the strongest terms. He faces 20 years in prison. Meantime, the State Department is working to bring two Americans home from Haiti, spokesman vedant Patel. I can confirm the kidnapping of two U.S. citizens in Haiti. We are in regular contact with Haitian authorities and will continue to work with them. Police released some 9-1-1 calls today from people begging for help inside a school where 6 people died this week in Nashville. We warn you, they may indeed be disturbing. Church. Active shooter covenant plays with carrion church. The release comes as hundreds demanded stronger gun laws today at the state capitol. We're also learning gunshot victims are flooding emergency rooms at a higher rate than ever. CBS Michael George. Doctor Jose prince is the chief of pediatric surgery at Cohen children's medical center in New York. The hospital has seen a 350% increase in kids with gunshot wounds in the last year. We've seen toddlers who find their parents handgun. We've seen kids who are out playing at a park. The CDC says gun injuries surged during the pandemic. The army is calling it a heavy day of service last night, 9 soldiers from the 101st airborne division were killed when two Black Hawk helicopters collided during a routine training mission. This happened 30 miles from fort Campbell, Kentucky. A jury is now deliberating at a trial that's gotten a ton of press this week. It's a he said she said, stemming from a 2016 ski accident involving actress Gwyneth Paltrow and a 76 year old optometrist, Terry Sanderson. He says Paltrow slammed into him on a Park City Utah slope. The actress says he slammed into her during testimony, Paltrow complained. Well, I lost half a day of skiing. Sanderson's asking for $300,000, Paltrow's countersuing asking for $1 plus attorney's fees. Steve uttered CBS News. House Republicans are praising the package of the lower energy costs act. Speaker Kevin McCarthy. Today is a good day in America. For American families, for the environment, the most importantly for the future of this country. It's also expected to keep energy production here at home rather than in countries like Russia. On Wall Street, the Dow added a 141 points today. This is CBS News. Streamline how you hire with indeed their powerful hiring platform makes it easy to attract, interview and hire candidates all in the same place, visit indeed dot com slash credit.
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"Look at the top stories we're working on in WTO. Safety inspectors heading to Kentucky is fort Campbell mourns 9 soldiers killed in two Black Hawk helicopter crashes. Pull the tails in the minutes ahead. They Bill dine in the traffic center. In the district expecting an early rush hour after the home opener, but it's slow going already on I three 95 and 6 95 and D.C. two 95 and on New York avenue near the third street tunnel, traffic both ways on New York avenue gets by a work zone single file to the right. And this works out as backing up northbound traffic and the third street tunnel as you can imagine. In Virginia, George Washington Parkway, northbound slope has fort Marcy toward one 23 into a work zone. Deeper into Virginia on the interloop of the beltway beyond the toll road right side block, they've just about cleared the works on on the outer loop and they've reopened the right lane traffic will begin to recover out of Montgomery county across the American legion bridge, staying in Virginia three 95 northbound after edsel right side is blocked, 95 north out after Fredericksburg and the rappahannock river, the left lane is blocked by a work crew into Maryland very slow on the inner loop out of Silver Spring, near New Hampshire avenue. The cones were out along the left side. 95 both ways near 100, the right lane is blocked both ways slow, 50 westbound better out of buoy, eastbound still slow leaving Bowie past route three. The work zone on the patuxent river is likely back again in blocking the right travel lane like yesterday, but beyond that work zone on 50, it's clear sailing as you head east toward Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay bridge. Your small business keeps on the go, progressive commercial insurance keeps your policy within reach with their easy to use mobile app, learn more progressive commercial dot com. Dave dillin WTO traffic. Your forecast from Chad Merrill. A gorgeous Thursday and a gorgeous day for the home opener at Nats park, temperatures in the low to mid 50s. We drop back down into the low 40s with clear skies tonight. We rebound
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"This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is the Mike Gallagher show. And we should take a look at this manifesto and if the murderer from Monday says, I'm committing this mass shooting because Tennessee has lax gun laws, then let's have that conversation, but I suspect that's not what it says. Ultimately, we just have to crush the culture of gun ownership here in the United States. You want to know why the shooter is dead in Nashville because the good guy with a gun killed that woman. Now, from the relief factor dot com studios. Here's Mike Gallagher. Well, we go from a tragedy in Nashville, a crime, a horrific act of violence where 6 innocent lives were lost to now Kentucky. Near fort Campbell, 9 service members were killed, two black hawks collided. These are representing the 101st airborne division, aerosol. They were conducting a training exercise, 10 p.m. last night, and sadly all 9 of the service members have perished. And so the country now grieves the loss of 9 members of the military who were serving their country, we mourn the loss of the 6 lives in Nashville, stories are emerging of heroism, the headmaster, the woman who was the chief administrator at the school, reportedly ran towards the killer in an effort to try to shave her students lives, the janitor, the custodian Big Mike, he was trying to save kids lives, the body cam video shows the heroism of those officers. We set a record thousands and thousands of people have viewed the body cam video. It's graphic, it's tough to watch because you see the cops take the killer down. She's laying there sprawled sort of backwards because the impact of the gun, the bullets just, I guess, killed her instantly, but that body cam video has been widely viewed by members of our audience. All you have to do is check the keyword body cam. And again, I warn you it is a bit graphic to watch, but it's powerful because it shows the heroism and bravery of those Nashville police officers. It shows what police have to do all the time. And we should hold these officers up with deep appreciation and gratitude. But again, if you text the key word, body cam to our MyPillow text line, which is 800 6 5 5 mic, 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. We'll send you back that video clip that shows those hero officers and what they did. It is really grotesque to see the way Democrats politicize a shooting like this..
Army Confirms 9 Killed in Kentucky Black Hawk Helicopter Collision
"Well, we go from a tragedy in Nashville, a crime, a horrific act of violence where 6 innocent lives were lost to now Kentucky. Near fort Campbell, 9 service members were killed, two black hawks collided. These are representing the 101st airborne division, aerosol. They were conducting a training exercise, 10 p.m. last night, and sadly all 9 of the service members have perished. And so the country now grieves the loss of 9 members of the military who were serving their country, we mourn the loss of the 6 lives in Nashville,
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"Murphy says the county has paid tens of millions of dollars out of its general fund to settle cases like this in recent years. They ought to be angry about it. We need police for protecting our world so we can live with life as human beings, but this has to stop. Renee ward is demonte mother, her son was shot and killed a few months after he was paralyzed. At the federal courthouse in greenbelt, John dome in WTO P news. Standoff along route one and high blah valley ended peacefully following a date and a half of negotiations, the woman involved has been taken into custody. Just after midnight this morning, the armed woman who barricaded herself inside a Jeep Cherokee along Richmond highway was taken into custody by fairfax county police. She spent nearly 36 hours in the vehicle, experiencing what police say was a mental health crisis. A crisis negotiation team was able to end the standoff peacefully. Sources say the woman who hasn't been identified feared going to jail and facing charges for abducting her 25 year old girlfriend who went missing in Laurel Maryland on Friday. She was found unharmed on Tuesday during the standoff route one remained closed in both directions in the high valley area. They rooted two pharmacies in our region, planned to sell thousands of stolen opioids and narcotics on the streets. Now, two men have been sentenced and prosecutors are thinking the actions of a brave clerk. Two days before Christmas 2021, prosecutors say Carlos Zachary of D.C. in his half brother, Deontay Taylor, held up the staff at Walgreens in Bethesda's Bradley shopping center, clearing the pharmacy's locked shelves of more than 5600 opioids and narcotics. A week and a half later, prosecutors say the two made a run at the giant foods pharmacy near leisure world in Silver Spring, but this time a pharmacy clerk activated the silent alarm. Montgomery county police arrested the brothers with nearly 5000 pills and other controlled substances, valued over $33,000, both Zachary and Taylor pleaded guilty to armed robbery, Meghan cloher, WTO news. One was sentenced this week to 26 years in prison the other got a 12 year sentence in January. Take a look at the top stories we're working on at WTO P, the U.S. Army says 9 soldiers are dead after two Black Hawk helicopters crashed in Kentucky, last night, and Russia has detained a Wall Street Journal reporter, it accuses of spying for the U.S., also opening day for the Washington Nationals action is
9 killed in Army Black Hawk helicopter crash in Kentucky
"An army helicopter crash in Kentucky has killed 9 service members. Fort Campbell's 101st airborne division says two Black Hawk medical evacuation helicopters were conducting the training exercise. Under night vision goggles at night. Brigadier general John Lewis says both choppers crashed in a field near a residential area, killing all 9 people aboard. This is a truly tragic loss for our families. Our division. And for gambling, the army sending an air safety team to investigate the wreckage in hopes of learning what went wrong. At The Pentagon.
"two black hawks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The lobo institute, former U.S. Marine and paramilitary operations officer at the CIA as well. Let's get over to Nathan Hager. He's in Washington D.C. he's got your world national news. They had a breaking update on the detention of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan gerskovic in Russia. He will be detained for alleged espionage for at least two months triggering a new confrontation between Moscow and Washington. The 31 year old American was arrested by federal security service agents in the urals this morning he was brought to Moscow where a district court ordered him held in a pretrial detention center until at least May 29th at followed a hearing that was classified as top secret The White House is condemning gershkovitch's detention in the strongest terms. It says the State Department has been in direct contact with Russia to try to gain consular access to Evan gershkovich. Kentucky's governor says the community is wrapping its arms around fort Campbell after that Black Hawk helicopter crash overnight that killed 9 soldiers. We love all the people that live here and that work here. They are part of our community of who we are. Their loss today is our loss. Governor Andy beshear of Kentucky spoke at the home of the 101st airborne after those two black hawks crashed during a night training mission, the crash is still under investigation. A national transportation safety board team is headed to Raymond Minnesota after an overnight derailment BNSF says 22 cars on a train carrying ethanol and corn syrup jumped the tracks and four of them caught fire. Now a half mile evacuation zone is set up, but Minnesota governor Tim walz says there's little threat of an explosion or something called one 17 J's, which is the state of the art that they're encapsulated in this. So whether burning out there, they're not going to explode. And so do governor Tim walz says that NTSB team should arrive in Minnesota this afternoon. Global news, 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120
"two black hawks" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Their home opener this afternoon, at one 20, leaving fans feeling hopeful. But we're pretty pumped. Hopefully 2016s coming back. The white socks are on the road today, though, taking on the Houston Astros with first pitch at 6 O 8 p.m., legendary former White Sox broadcaster hawk harrelson is speaking out against his former team, saying he was forced out of the broadcast booth on a YouTube episode of foul territory with former White Sox catcher, AJ Krasinski on YouTube, harrelson said. I got retired. Yeah. That was all of us. At some point. Exactly. Well, it was all right. This is what it boils down to. At the end of 2016, harrelson shared he wanted to call games for four more years, he continued to cut his schedule back and in June of 2017, the White Sox announced harrelson would be returning for his final season in 2018. The baseball Hall of Fame honored him with the Ford C Frick award in 2020. The U.S. Army says 9 service members died when two Black Hawk helicopters on a routine training mission crashed in trig county, Kentucky, about 40 minutes from their base at fort Campbell last night. ABC's chief global anchor, Martha radz with more. There have been several crashes in the last few years training is very, very dangerous. They do replicate conditions in war zones in conflict zones. That's why they train these pilots, they use crews to do whatever they can to understand what they may face in combat. It's more dangerous, obviously, at night, and in a wooded area like that. And in these unpredictable conditions. Pope Francis was hospitalized in Rome last night to receive treatment for a respiratory infection today the Vatican press office releasing a statement that quote, Pope Francis rested well during the night, and that his clinical picture is progressively improving. The statement included that the head of the Catholic Church read some newspapers this morning and went back to work, praying and receiving communion certain events that were scheduled for today at the Vatican have been canceled, and a major hurdle heading into the busiest time of the year for the Pope, holy week, which begins on Sunday, we're still waiting to hear from the Vatican how the Pope's respiratory infection may impact the days leading up to Easter Sunday on April 9th. Newsroom time is 1104, take a look at the roads right now, Ike inbound from route to 9 zero post office at 45 minutes. Stevenson inbound from three 55 to the drive also at 40 minutes stop and go traffic there. Another traffic update for you in about 15 minutes. Sponsored. Here we go. Tomorrow, the perfect heist movies also the biggest surprise of the year, so I watched this now. Audiences are raving. It's epic and hilarious. Don't mind that. That's what I've been saying. Dungeons and Dragons honor among thieves. Tomorrow. This march take a shot at college hoops on FanDuel sportsbook. It's easy to sign up in minutes Then you can bet on everything from the money line to point spreads to that 5 versus 12 seed matchup you've been eyeing. There's no better place to bet the tournament than FanDuel sportsbook
"two black hawks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Jair Bolsonaro has returned to his country after a three month stint in Florida following his election loss the right-wing populist told his supporters he does not think leftists will be in the country for long. Bolsonaro is the subject of several investigations that could thwart any attempts at a political comeback following the events of January 8th when his supporters stormed government buildings in the capital, Brasília. 9 soldiers are dead aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that crashed last night during routine training in southwestern Kentucky, those choppers were based out of fort Campbell, home of the 101st airborne. This is their deputy commander, Brigadier general John lubis. This was a training progression and specifically they were flying a multi ship formation two ships under night vision goggles at night. They're going to hear general lubis says the Blackhawks are flying a 5 four formation 5 soldiers in one chopper, four others in the second behind them. He says an army aircraft safety team from Alabama will come in to lead the investigation into the crash. A Wall Street Journal reporter was arrested on espionage charges in Russia, has pleaded not guilty in a top secret hearing that is what Russia's tass news service is reporting after American journalist Evan gerskovic was taken into custody this morning in the city of yekaterinburg. We get more from Bloomberg's Rosalind Matheson. He is an accredited reporter with the Russian foreign ministry. Someone who's been operating in this country for quite some time written a lot about Russia, including most recently, on the war in Ukraine. The question is, what was he doing on his reporting trip in this area? Bloomberg's ra's mathison reports the Kremlin accuses gershkovich of trying to gather state secrets on part of the country's military industrial complex, The Wall Street Journal says it vehemently denies the charge. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700
Black Hawk helicopter crash kills 2 Tennessee National Guard members in Alabama
"Two Black Hawk helicopter crew members have been killed, I'm Lisa dwyer. The Tennessee National Guard says that one of their Black Hawk helicopters has crashed in Alabama, killing two crew members. They were members of the Tennessee National Guard and were killed during a training mission. The helicopter crashed and caught fire. The crash occurred in the unincorporated community of harvest along Alabama highway 53, harvest is just northwest of Huntsville, Alabama, home to NASA's Marshall space flight center, and the U.S. Army's redstone arsenal. I'm Lisa dwyer
Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan
"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same time. It's a little bit
Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan
"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same
"two black hawks" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To get notified when there is an appointment available so that the county public Health Department of them helped them get to the Sight of their vaccination when they need this in an effort to boost rates of vaccinations in the hard hit black and Latino neighborhoods, where Lightfoot says she plans to increase the number of doses for mostly South and West side communities, while partnering with local groups on a census style sort of outreach plan. Now it's a city government and with trusted local leaders. We have been laser focused on these disparities. Since the early days of the pandemic, we have gone door to door passed up, pp worked to educate and connect people to local health care providers tried to bust through miss so that we could address concerns with fax in the truth, and we have and will continue to bring testing to those neighborhoods most in need. And still, Despite all of these efforts, we have too many neighborhoods, a zip codes plagued by high case rates and soaring positivity rates. Now we have not been discouraged. Said. We have been determined. Determined to save lives. And as we enter this next phase of the pandemic response as we open up the vaccine to more Chicagoans, I am here as your mayor to speak another hard truth and implore you to take steps in our direction so that we can continue to save lives. We've been hearing about different regions moving out of tear. Three mitigation or tear to mitigation. But the mayor had some grim vaccination numbers today for the public vaccines came to our city six weeks ago. Since that time, nearly 108,000 Chicagoans have received their first vaccine does, but based on an analysis done by cph on Lee, approximately 17% Those people are Latin X and worse on Lee about 15% are black. Our city is two thirds people of color. And yet we are falling woefully behind in a number of people of color who been vaccinated to date? Those are numbers that simply cannot stand. Based on a recent survey by CPH, those that are the sickest meaning those who have the most severe underlying conditions who need the vaccine. The most. You are the most. Reluctant. Now we're sharing this data because we believe in transparency and we're sharing this data because we want everyone out there who was scared who is reluctant or just needs more information. For those of you are, hasn't it? We're here to tell you the vaccine is safe, and we want you to take it because it is safe and because it will save your life, So she's speaking there to the reluctance of people to go forward and get the vaccination. But how about the roll out on the other side? The supply side, she was asked if she thinks it's been too slow. I don't You know, I have to say when I was listening to you Ask that question. I kind of feel like the conversation of my wife and I have with their 12 year old all the time. I can't account for what's going on in other states. All I can account for what's going on here. What I know is we started preparing for vaccine district distribution. At the end of the summer, We started building out the infrastructure thinking through what to sequencing was going to be what we we need to do to make sure that we reached out to health care workers and the places that we're gonna be most challenging for us. So our issue isn't the process by which we're getting it. Our issue is we need more vaccine. If we get more vaccine will be able to accommodate everyone that wants it. And finally today, the mayor was asked if she would be open to teachers working from home remotely while their students are in the classroom. Well, I don't think that works, and that's certainly not the optimum situation. Look, we've had a lot of very productive conversations with the folks to see to you. They were bargaining literally every day over the weekend, all last week, every day. We're gonna continue to be at the table until we get a job done and get it and get the remaining issues resolved. Look, the reality is that in the course of this pandemic, there never been any easy choices. They just haven't been. There's no easy choices now, and I think in partnership with the CTU Come together in good faith. I have every confidence whatsoever that we would get something done. That obviously protects their members but but also gives families the options if it's right for them to be able to send their Children back to in person learning Yeah, we're we're in a critical point in, um our fight against this, uh, this virus. We're going to prioritize a number of different people. Teachers included, and I'm particularly those I want to give a shout out to Those that have been doing working a day cares all across the city since March, have been out there supporting Children and supporting families. We want to make sure that those folks are prioritized, but I'm confident we'll get something done at the bargaining table. Mayor Mayor life We're talking about the negotiations with the CTU, which will continue for Other couple of days later in the program, we gonna talk to Dr Judith Alan. She's the chief operating officer for communities in schools and what they do. Is they mentor with more than 60,000, Chicago public school students to sort of watch out for them. See that they're getting their meals. See that they're doing okay. When it comes to Life at home or mental health or keeping up with school work. They've got not just mentors, but tutors as well. We will talk with her about the mental health impact that students are dealing with is they stay home and try to learn just a few minutes ago. In fact, it's still going on the Chicago Teachers union holding a news conference and they like what they heard from President Biden earlier today, Biden said he thinks students to go back to school only if the facilities Are clean and safe. To what extent? Do you think that President Biden is taking sides for you and against Mayor Lightfoot? I think that's a bad read the president. The United States of America is not taking sides. 100 in the United States of America is prioritizing the safety of every stakeholder in every city and every state in this country. You know, the language of taking sides of victory of laws of competition are grossly misplaced. And, quite frankly, um, it doesn't have a place in this discussion. The Chicago Teachers union, responding to comments earlier from President Biden, Okay, So did you pay too much for college or your kid's college? Ron Lieber will be here from The New York Times after the news to tell you why. 32 degrees at 5 30. Good afternoon. I'm Kim Gordon. More cases of the UK Corona virus Variant reported in Illinois. Two Black Hawks players place.