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"vicki barker" Discussed on WTOP
"After 230,000 filed through his old stadium for Pelé's lying in state of fire engine carried the casket through the streets. Applause as it paused outside his 100 year old mother's modest home, the final destination for this legendary soccer star of 14 story vertical cemetery, where Pelé had reserved a space on an upper level within Sight & Sound of the stadium's roar. Vicki Barker, CBS News, London. Found at the top stories we're working on right now on double D TOP House Republicans in disarray as leader Kevin McCarthy falls short on a third ballot to become House speaker will bring you the latest from the hill. Virginia governor Glenn youngkin is calling for an investigation into fairfax county's prestigious Thomas Jefferson high school will tell you why, and the family of damar Hamlin says they are grateful for the outpouring of support being shown toward the Buffalo Bill safety after he collapsed on the field last night from cardiac arrest. Keep it here on WTO for full details in the minutes ahead. Traffic and weather on the 8s on double D TOP back to Dave dildine in the traffic center. Near Rosalind on the George Washington Parkway, southbound traffic is now heavy and slow from the spout run Parkway. Under the key bridge, there is either a new crash or they're towing the old crashed van, whatever the case, southbound traffic is getting by in a single lane toward the Roosevelt bridge on the GW Parkway. On the three 95, 14th street bridge spans, normal traffic conditions that is heavy inbound and in Arlington at slow southbound on three 95 for The Pentagon toward glee road. 95 southbound heavy south of the beltway toward the onca Quan, brief delays and Stafford county, 66 westbound slow between the beltway and one 23. And on the beltway in Maryland and in Virginia, traffic is moving with occasional congestion, but without any major incidents reported. Most of its minor junk on shoulders. In Maryland, at the eastern end of the suitland Parkway, prince George's fire rescue going for a new crash where it intersects with route four intersection today soon to be an interchange. A crash reported in the work zone suitland Parkway at route four. He's bound on two 14 central avenue slow and single file into a work zone near one 93, two 70 northbound, having a few stretches, flow through gay, and again, near and past one 21. Clarksburg, jeffy lube service centers, keep you moving from oil changes and tire rotations to filters and wipers to a full range of services, visit jiffy lube, D.C. dot com for location near you. WTO pay traffic. And we've got storm team four meteorologist Amelia Draper doesn't really feel like January. No, it doesn't, it's feeling more like April more like spring out there and appropriately so we've either set or tied record highs today at all three major airports, Reagan national BWI Marshall. We've tied the old record eyes that's at 68 at Reagan national and we set a new record high out at Dallas now tonight. This unseasonable warmth continues with lows only around 60. That's 30° above normal. Cloudy skies out there I am keeping a close eye on storm team four radar. A shower is possible tonight but most of the area is dry, especially during these earlier evening hours. Tomorrow, I do have some rain in the forecast for the afternoon and evening hours. It's not a wash, though, and will have highs near 70, so another day with near record warmth, our highs tomorrow are record highs a little bit harder to obtain in the low 70s. Are the record highs for tomorrow. Now, on Thursday, partly sunny temperatures in the low to mid 60s, so a nice day, we are cooler by Friday with highs around 50 and 40s over the
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"5 50. Chicago's only station dedicated to news around the clock. News radio one O 5 9 W BBM. More and more people are buying electric cars and the big question they have is how do you charge them, a study is now looking at a way to install wires in roads that would allow electric vehicles to be charged as people drive them. Researchers are installing wires in about a mile of road near downtown Detroit. Paul Hartman of humongous media tells the wbm noon business hour, the wires will create a magnetic field which could charge electric vehicles. He says it's similar to the technology many people use to charge their mobile phones or smartwatches by putting them on a charging pad, as for the cost of turning roads into charging platforms for electric vehicles. It's really believe it or not, not terribly expensive because what you're running is wire. It's not complex, so you're literally just laying wires under a road and any car built to receive that inductive charging gets charged while it drops. Hockman says the technology could help to eliminate the need for drivers of electric vehicles to search for charging stations because their batteries are running low. Jim glitters one O 5 9 wbm. Belching bovines are indeed an environmental problem and in the UK they are coming up with a new cure for this environmental scourge. Cows, I'm sure if we had four stomachs, wheat, purple off two. A lot of people don't realize a methane is 85 times more harmful than CO2. And a cow burps enough methane each year. The equivalent of a car. Our student turned bio entrepreneur, Luke Smith, helped develop a seaweed that works to neutralize the methane in cow's stomachs. Just a handful can help a small herd. We want to be able to incorporate its minimal amount as possible to be able to actually reduce the emissions that they bit. Ease hoping to get funding to distribute the seaweed for free. Vicki Barker, CBS News, London. The futures markets indicating a lower open on Wall Street, the details and business news from Bloomberg in 90 seconds. It's 5 50 every
"vicki barker" Discussed on WTOP
"Harassment the majority of them women. Vicki Barker CBS News, London. Top stories were following will have more after traffic and weather on a preliminary report from the national transportation safety board indicating that the pilot of that small plane that crashed into power lines and Gaithersburg did not follow direction from air traffic controllers, bad weather also a factor. It's Back to the Future for metro, which wants to return to automated train operation. And voting underway in Georgia in the runoff Senate election between democratic senator Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in minutes. Ten 48. Traffic and weather on the 8s, let's go to Mary in the traffic center. All right, Deb, we still have not recovered from the messy rush hour, and it is cleaning up, believe it or not, listener checked in E street expressway toward Virginia avenue, putting that one on a tow truck. There was a crash Potomac freeway heading south where the memorial bridge comes in on the ramp, watch for any police direction there. It was the Southwest freeway still a little sluggish heading westbound toward main avenue. However, the long-standing police activity from the whole rush hour has officially cleared both sides of two 95 or slowing. There's always standing water near Pennsylvania avenue with caution there. And that could be the MO throughout the region as you travel, give yourself that extra time and stopping distance. Things are finally easing a little bit on the outer loop about ways slow from the spur round river road toward the American legion bridge, a couple of disabled vehicles, the one box truck to the left, not even crowding, but both of which caused a late delay in the morning rush hour and that is continuing. They have set up work on 66 in both directions actually of the beltway in both directions to get to the ramp to 66 there blocking along the right side. 66 of the new crash we believe it is eastbound toward the beltway, watch out and your express lanes after one 23, so watch out along the left side for any response to set accident. Give your family the gift of financial security, wapa can help civilian feds protect their families future. Learn more at wake the dot org that's W a EPA dot org, married to Pompidou to be traffic. Let's get the latest on our weather now, storm team forest chuck bell joining us live kind of a yucky day today. Yeah, not a very pretty day at all, still a
"vicki barker" Discussed on WTOP
"Party lawmakers sat silent and bittered by this 6 weeks of U turns and market turmoil that characterized trust his time in office. The writing was on the wall. Vicki Barker, CBS News, London, while the president heads to Pennsylvania to campaign for fellow Democrats today in North Carolina. Early voting in the midterm election starts today in North Carolina. I like to beat the Charlotte resident rich Holmes plans to cast his vote today. Just go, it's really no different than voting on election day. Michael dicker said his elections director and mecklenburg county. And it's a great way to take care of your vote. Car heels state voters will decide a crucial U.S. Senate race, among other things. Jim crisilla CBS News Greensboro, North Carolina. Fewer Americans applying for unemployment last week, but bank rate dot com's Mark Hamrick tells us Florida battered by hurricane Ian has seen a surge in claims, though they're down in the latest week declining by about 3900 to more than 11,000. Other states with elevated claims numbers seeing week over week declines include California, Texas and New York. You have an a mimosa with your brunch and wondering why it's so expensive, while inflation has hit pretty much everything, hurricane Ian is to blame for crushing Florida's orange groves. Citrus farmer Ben Crowley. This is the kind of thing that would put you out of business. You know, after your crop going in the night, there's nothing that you can really do to prepare for something like that. Early estimates put citrus losses from Ian as high as $304 million. Air quality in Seattle is among the worst in the world. The cause, heavy smoke from wildfires. Even walking around taking a simple walk. It's been done. Schools are having indoor recess, sports, have either been canceled or moved inside. The Washington commanders just can't catch
"vicki barker" Discussed on WTOP
"Are calling a climate catastrophe. Vicki Barker, CBS News, London. It's 7 18. Back to the traffic center now and Rita Kessler. I don't know fun on 95 in Virginia if you're in the northbound direction, you're gonna find a tap of the brakes getting past 6 ten garrisonville road, and then slow from Dale City into woodbridge, the big problem, however, is after you cross the Aquaman, you are solid through lorton and newington, trying to head toward the franconia Springfield Parkway, near franconia rode the left side, is blocked with the wreck a lot of response on this email may only be a single lane getting you by. So that's an ever changing situation, but you're going to need to give yourself some extra time, delays off of the fairfax county Parkway trying to get there also northbound route one has a lot of the bailout traffic so that may not be your best bet either. 66 eastbound heavy Adam announces in the centerville, northbound 28 also slow. Out of manassas into center Bill, both of these with no incidents in the roadway just the slowdowns. In en route 7 eastbound before baron Cameron avenue in springville road past Markel court, that was a wreck still seeing a delay there. If you're in the district, southbound D.C. two 95 before benning road was a report of a crash delays from eastern avenue, northbound I two 95 slows passing laboratory road inbound suitland Parkway off and on from branch avenue headed to the light at Stanton road. In Maryland, it is eastbound I 70 still had delays headed in through myersville the earlier wreck long gone. Eastbound 50 on the bay bridge, the right lane was blocked with debris, so until they get that out of the roadways, they single left lane getting you by. Macarthur boulevard still closed between Marilyn avenue and Sangamo road for a down tree and wires in the roadway. And we had a crash on Briggs Cheney road between peach Orchard road at old Columbia pike that was, under police direction, protect your home from the invisible destroyer, termites. Call home paramount pest control for a free inspection, 8 8 8 8 8 8 home, or home paramount dot com. I'm Rita Kessler, WTO P traffic. All right, let's check out that forecast with Lauren ricketts. Today we're drawing temperatures around 90 that heat index, right around a 100°, lots of sunshine. Now, low to mid 90s tomorrow, it's going to feel like the lower 100th
"vicki barker" Discussed on WTOP
"Existence than they expected in the north and heavy fighting continues in hark if the Russians have still not achieved air superiority but they have moved in several thousand more troops in the past 24 hours The U.S. meanwhile continues to flow in more assistance to Ukraine even with its airspace contested Though men in Ukraine have been told to stay and fight tens of thousands of others are fleeing CBS's Vicky Barker reports from London Flight for this teenager left at home with her little sister while her parents were abroad began by stuffing all the belongings she could gather into plastic garbage bags Just shoving all kinds of clothes that we just saw everywhere documents money cash and while this was happening we could hear these explosions outside The UN says a 120,000 people like her have now fled the country another 100,000 are displaced within Ukraine's borders Vicki Barker CBS News London President Biden has fulfilled his campaign promise to nominate a black woman to the U.S. Supreme Court Loyola law professor Jessica Levinson tells us about judge katangi Brown Jackson who was a former public defender and member of the U.S. sentencing commission judge Brown Jackson also has federal judicial experience Lately she's been serving on the D.C. circuit Court of Appeals which is seen as a feeder to the Supreme Court She has 9 years of experience as a federal judge one on the district Court of Appeals where she replaced attorney general Merrick Garland The CDC now says just three and ten Americans should continue wearing masks and indoor public spaces Under its new guidelines millions of others can drop the face coverings CBS doctor Jonathan lapook explains CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky pointed out that regardless of the general advice being given to a community certain individuals for example those at high risk of severe disease or who live with people at high risk should feel free to go ahead and wear a high quality mask in public indoor settings Today marks ten years since Trayvon Martin a 17 year old black teen was killed by a neighborhood watch member in Florida the shooter George Zimmerman claimed Martin was acting suspiciously Zimmerman was acquitted which was a catalyst for the Black Lives Matter movement This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO P app It's 1103 on Saturday February 26th 32° of chili Saturday highs only in the mid 40s Good morning I'm sandy cosell with top local stories we're following this hour We continue to follow events in Ukraine where Russian troops are trying to capture the capital key that this hour A missile has hit a high rise apartment building and there's fighting in the streets We'll bring you updates as we get them Now to our local stories on day one of his administration Virginia's governor Glenn youngkin issued an executive order prohibiting the teaching of what he described as inherently divisive concepts in schools Now Virginia's education department has begun dismantling what it says our programs and policies that advocate critical race theory in public education A 19 page report issued by superintendent for public instruction Jillian Belo shows the state has rescinded a series of policies memos and other resources it claims promoted discriminatory and divisive concepts in schools State Democrats call it a new chapter in the governor's racist agenda to whitewash the state's history The main target is Ed equity VA which Belo says was rooted in the idea that current discrimination is needed to address past discrimination That's different from its previous characterization which described itself as an effort to advance education equity eliminate achievement gaps in increased opportunity Much of the report is also made up of what Bela says or a sampling of critical race theory based materials the state's education department had been highlighting John dome in WTO news It was a clear defeat in court for a fairfax county public schools after a challenge to the new admissions process at the prestigious Thomas Jefferson high school for science and technology The school system illegally discriminated against Asian Americans That's what U.S. district judge Claude Hilton wrote in his decision in a case that challenged the move by FCP S to drop a standardized test and instead offer slot to the stem school to top applicants at every middle school The school system had said the move was intended to increase diversity at the school and was race neutral a lawyer for it says the school board will decide on whether to appeal the decision Asian Americans make up the largest percentage of students at the school The parent group that sued the coalition for TJ praised the judge for in their words his denunciation of racism and discrimination and his powerful defense of equity Mike Murillo WTO news Sandwich bags stuffed with misinformation and printed hate speech have repeatedly shown up in the driveways of neighborhoods in buoy chief John netsky says the first call reporting odd bags dropped in buoy driveways came in last weekend Inside those baggies was a pamphlet or a piece of paper that contained anti semitic rhetoric talking about COVID being a hoax and talking about how people of the Jewish faith were responsible for it Then the same baggies were reported Thursday this time referencing the Black Lives Matter movement These same pamphlets were seen in Annapolis parts of D.C. and fairfax county Netsky says neighbors have shared security video and he's working with other law enforcement agencies to see if there's a pattern to what they've learned from them Meghan cloher WTO P news The CDC says most people in the U.S. no longer need to wear a mask According to new standards for evaluation the CDC says lots of Americans now live places where healthy people can safely stop wearing masks They're only recommended places where there are high levels of community transmission And that determination now is based on average numbers of new cases and numbers of COVID hospital admissions and impatient bed availability The new recommendations do not change travel related requirements.
"vicki barker" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Big concern for investors is high inflation the Federal Reserve is likely to start raising interest rates by next month And you're listening to NPR news Strong winds and snow squalls are forecast across the northeastern U.S. today where the national weather service says brief but heavy snow bounds could create dangerous travel conditions A powerful Arctic cold front will move off the New England coast by tonight utility workers in Pennsylvania had a busy night repairing lines After gusting winds caused tens of thousands of outages And in the UK people are still cleaning up from a severe storm with its own damaging winds that exceeded 100 mph Vicki Barker has more from London Storm Eunice prompted two unusual red warnings from Britain's meteorological service and indication of immediate danger to human life Three people died at a million Britons lost power The hurricane force winds toppled mature trees ripped off part of the roof of London's millennium dome and brought down a church steeple in the city of wells flying debris also disabled a gas powered power station and one nuclear plant but the increased output from wind turbines meant Britain's electricity prices actually fell on Friday For NPR news I'm Vicki Barker in London In Lebanon where people have been dealing with spotty electricity since the 90s lawmakers are.
"vicki barker" Discussed on WTOP
"Case was prosecuted as a hate crime the sentence is also for a June 2020 incident which he admitted to pulling a knife on someone at union station Williamson will have to serve probation and receive mental health treatment Mike Morello WTO news A 14 year old boy faces charges in a bomb threat incident at Potomac mills mall over the weekend Police say the threat was phoned in Saturday shortly before 7 p.m. a search of them all turned up a suspicious package near the food court but the Virginia state police explosive ordnance unit determined the package was not a bomb During their investigation police learned that a teenager used mall employees phone to make the bomb threat call unknown to the employee they were able to identify the teen who had been reported as missing by his family earlier in the day the team turned himself into police on Sunday he's being held at the county juvenile detention center Scorching hot temperatures this past summer helped to set a record no one in the drought stricken southwest wanted to see CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker reports Scientists studying tree ring data in the American Southwest say the period between the year 2020 21 has been the region's driest 22 year period in 1200 years and without man-made climate change the current drought would only be 60% as bad as it is The scientists say that rising temperature is linked to human activity are pulling more moisture out of the soil and rivers aggravating natural fluctuations in rainfall Coming up next in money news a new survey looks at how Americans feel about inflation It's 8 23 Turn your used car into a life-changing opportunity for a person with disabilities or an injured veteran For more than 55 years melwood has been providing job training and support services.
"vicki barker" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news. I'm janine herbst in texas. Dozens of people have been decontaminated around twenty-six taken to area hospitals after a chemical leak at six flags texas left people with minor skin irritations and breathing issues. The harris county fire marshal tweeted that the leak was contained to the hurricane harbor splashdown attraction and that has met is monitoring the air quality. No word yet. On the cause of the leak olympic officials say the first corona virus case has been detected in tokyo's olympic village a week before the opening ceremony. Npr's amy held reports. That's raising questions about officials ability to keep the virus at bay as tens of thousands of athletes and staff arrive in japan during the ongoing pandemic olympics. Organizing committee c. e. o. Trudeau muto says. The case was detected during pr screening and somebody from overseas listed as games concerned personnel. That individual is now quarantined at a hotel so far more than forty people affiliated with the olympics have tested positive as more than eleven thousand athletes plus tens of thousands of journalists officials and staff are slated to gather in japan officials are requiring mask wearing regular testing and physical distancing even the medal ceremonies are going contactless but one year after postponing the games officials are now contending with the delta variant which spreads more than two hundred percent faster than the original version. Amy held npr news growing wildfires. Out west in the extreme heat and drought has led to the evacuation of a town in northern california today. The tamarack fire grew overnight. Around ten square miles that fire also forced the cancellation of the one hundred three mile. Depths extreme bike ride. Meanwhile the biggest fire burning in the us right now is the bootleg fire in oregon which grew by sixty two square miles overnight and windy conditions. Fire officials say the blaze is forced two thousand people to evacuate and is threatening thousands of homes and smaller structures in a rural area. That fire now covers nearly four hundred forty square miles in his twenty. Two percent contained britain plans to offer fast track visas to highly skilled refugees. Vicki barker reports britain's exit from the eu has left the uk with a shortage of nurses care workers engineers architects and other specialists. Now the times of london reports home secretary pretty patel will unveil a pilot program this coming week in which one hundred qualifying refugees and their families will be offered five year british visas. It's aimed at those who have fled violence and conflict in syria iraq and gaza. They'll be recruited from refugee camps in jordan and lebanon the programs being run in partnership with the charity talent beyond boundaries which helps operate similar job programs in canada and australia for npr news. I'm vicki barker. In london this is npr. A female director has won the top prize at the cannes film festival. Which wrapped up tonight on the french riviera. And here's only real beardsley reports. It's only the second time that a woman has won the top prize visibly moved wrench director. Julia you cool no accepted the pound door for teton odyssey about a serial killer. She's only the second woman to take the top prize since jane campion one for the piano. Twenty eight years ago. The film that won the palm doors to town where he's way in a moment of confusion jury president spike lee jumped the gun when he announced the pound or winter. Too soon in the awards ceremony can is the first major film festival to be held sense. Dependent mc began this year it had smaller crowds and mandated mask-wearing in theaters. Eleanor beardsley impair news. Paris ford motor company is recalling more than seven hundred. Seventy five thousand of its popular explorer. Suv's in north america because of the seized cross access ball joint that may cause a fractured rear suspension tolling that could lead to significantly diminished steering control. Which could increase the risk of a crash for it said. It is already aware of six reports of injuries related to the issue. The recall includes explorer. Suv's from two thousand thirteen to twenty seventeen ford also announced two smaller recalls one involving the twenty twenty two twenty twenty one f three fifty super duty trucks. I'm janine herbs npr news..
"vicki barker" Discussed on WTOP
"CBS is Vicki Barker has more this morning on a covid study of flu vaccine recipients. While the flu vaccine didn't seem to reduce the number of covid deaths, the University of Miami Researchers found patients vaccinated against the flu were significantly less likely to suffer the worst effects of Covid 19 or to be hospitalized for any other reason. It is not clear why rare public unrest in Cuba over the weekend as thousands marched to condemn shortages of food and medicine is covid case numbers they arise. I'm Stephen Portnoy. The White House has issued a statement in the name of the president, calling the protests in Cuba. Clarion call for freedom as well as for relief from the grips of the pandemic. Mr Biden urges Cuban authorities to respect the people's rights of peaceful protest and of self determination. Saying the regime should quote here their people and serve their needs at this vital moment rather than enriching themselves. The three black players who miss decisive penalty kicks in England soccer lost to Italy and the European Championship of targets of online racial attacks. England manager Gareth Southgate says it's unforgivable for some of them to be abused is unforgivable. Really. I know a lot of that has come from abroad. You know, people that track those things have been able to explain that we're checking Wall Street right now The Dow is up 90 points. This is CBS News. Facet wealth, personalized and affordable financial planning for everyday Americans, No wealth or asset minimums. Quality financial advice for every stage of your life. It's 11 03 on w T o P Monday morning, the 12th of July Sunshine 86 now as we head to the mid nineties. Good morning. I'm Mark Lewis, Deborah Feinstein Here. At the top local stories of the hour. There is more evidence showing just how much the coronavirus vaccines protect against serious illness and death. Weeks after Maryland officials shared that almost all recent deaths from Covid 19 were among unvaccinated people, we're now seeing a very similar trend in Virginia. The latest numbers show only 17 fully vaccinated people across the state. Have died after contracting coronavirus since January. Health officials say most of the deaths more than 99% have been among the unvaccinated. In a statement, Virginia's Health commissioner Norman Oliver, applauded those who have chosen to get the shot. So far about 52% of the population is fully vaccinated. In the last week, Virginia Beach has reported 84 new cases. The highest in the region and in Maryland, from May to June. Those who weren't vaccinated accounted for 97% of all cases and 89% of all deaths. Melissa how w. T o P news College scholarships are the latest incentives being offered to teenagers who get vaccinated in Maryland. The state will give away a million dollars in scholarships, and the first two winners have just been selected. The student's names have not yet been released, but they are from Silver Spring and Potomac. In total 20 scholarships worth $50,000 apiece will be given out vaccinated students between the ages of 12 and 17 will automatically be entered into the lottery. Governor, Hogan says. The scholarships are the equivalent of a full ride to an in state public university covering tuition. The money can be transferred to a private college or university as well. The drawings will run through Labor Day and the funds come from the American rescue plan. D. C. Mayor Marion Bowser will be in a meeting at the White House this afternoon. She'll join the president and other city and law enforcement leaders from across the country to talk about reducing crime with President Biden. It comes as D C hits the 100 homicide mark over the week, 45 year old Willie Parker was found dead with gunshot wounds just before 11 in the evening. On Friday, it happened on 41st Street southeast near the D C Maryland border. Just a day earlier On Thursday, 24 year old months here, Sharpie was shot and killed. Police discovered him dead from gunshot wounds in an overturned car on Southern Avenue southeast. Parker's death marked the 1/100 homicide in the district last year, DC hit 100 homicides on July 12th in 2019 and 2018. The 100 Homicide came in August Gallery Bank w T o p news. Meantime, the D C police union is blaming the D C councils, implementation of several police reform bills for the spike in crime and the number of deaths reaching 100 so far this year. The union out with a statement today, saying police officers are unable to do the impactful and necessary tasks required to apprehend violent criminals and protect communities since the passing of what they called misguided legislation under the guise of police reform. Since the passage of these bills, the Metropolitan Police Department has lost 386 officers either to retirement or resignation. The department says. It's total strength is approximately 3500, which is the lowest number in decades. Three young girls are under arrest for tasing, a driver and trying to steal the car. The girls are 12, 14 and 16 years old, police say. On Friday at around 3:30 P.m., the three girls in 1/4 suspect walked up to a car in New Jersey Avenue. One of them pulled out a stun gun and taste the driver, while two others jumped into the car. They failed to steal it and ran. Only one of the suspects was able to evade police and get away. This comes nearly four months after another Carjacking near Nats Park, where two teenage girls so used the stun gun to steal the car of Mohammad Anwar. They killed him during the Carjacking. Both girls pleaded guilty to second degree murder. Luke Luke er w t.
"vicki barker" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Company facilities. Vicki Barker, CBS News 5 33 Real time traffic Now here's Tracy Taylor. So, Aaron, we have some problems with our ferry routes of this afternoon into this evening on the Michael T O Clinton fairy run, both vessels are running 25 minutes behind schedule and the 4 45 and accordance to Friday Harbor and 6 30 sailing from Friday, Harbor Day in accordance Was canceled because of lack of Coast Guard documented crew. Now, if you are headed out to the Seattle, Burma and Fairy Wren, a reminder until further notice. We are at one vote service. So as for delays now at the terminals doesn't look like that. At least that's what BOT is reporting. All right, So we have some big problems for drivers heading in north on I five in shoreline at one 75th roadway buckled and we have got two lanes blocked because crews are out there repairing this. In the back of starting from just after Lake City Way, pushed a lot of people over to north on 99. That's pretty heavy as we work our way through shoreline as you get across 5 29 90 we seem to be in pretty good shape North found four or five touches the brakes near 85th south, and four or five struggling out of Bellevue. No big surprise with the Valley Freeway, struggling outside of 2 12 and working its way out past Emerald downs. Traffic is brought to you by Puget Sound Energy is covert Bill Assistance Program With hardship comes help Puget Sound Energy is offering energy bill assistants up to $2500 per customer visit. PS ps e dot com slash co vid today to see if you qualify Cairo Radio Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Still hot 85 degrees, said seat Sachi reported the moments tomorrow. A bit of a cool down 75 Friday 72 low sixties and scattered showers by Saturday. Aaron Granillo, Cairo Radio.
Google Faces British Supreme Court Over Claims It Illegally Harvested User Data
"Publicly. Meanwhile, Google is up before Britain's Supreme Court today in a case that could cost it billions. Google is fighting claims that it illegally harvested personal data from British iPhone users in 2011 and 2012. It allegedly managed to sidestep a block and Apple safari to gather data on users race, mental health, political leanings and sexuality. Among other things, the consumer advocates bringing the case want Google to compensate four million iPhone users of $1000 each for the use of their data. Vicki Barker.
Google Faces British Supreme Court Over Claims It Illegally Harvested User Data
"Meanwhile, Meanwhile, Google Google is up is before up before Britain's Britain's Supreme Supreme Court today Court today in a case in a case that could that cost could cost it billions. it billions. Google Google is fighting is fighting claims claims that it that illegally it illegally harvested harvested personal personal data from data British from British iPhone iPhone users users in 2011 in 2011 and 2012. and 2012. It allegedly It allegedly managed managed to sidestep to sidestep a block a block and Apple and Apple safari safari to gather to gather data data on users on users race, race, mental mental health, health, political political leanings leanings and sexuality. and sexuality. Among Among other things, other things, the consumer the consumer advocates advocates bringing bringing the case the want case Google want to Google compensate to compensate four four million million iPhone iPhone users users of $1000 of $1000 each each for the use for the use of their of data. their data. Vicki Barker. Vicki Barker.
"vicki barker" Discussed on WTOP
"A CBS is Vicki Barker from London, The British researchers found Even a single injection of either the Fizer or AstraZeneca vaccine reduced household transmission of covert 19 by up to 50%, suggesting that the vaccines are even more effective. It's slowing the spread of the Corona virus than previously thought. In North Carolina, Elizabeth City police arrested several protesters. Concur view ahead of a court hearing today to consider the release of full body cam video of Andrew Brown's death. CBS is Manuel Bohorquez. This was a newly implemented curfew, the city manager explained to us was necessary because outside groups have started to come in and they felt tensions were growing. An independent autopsy found. Police fired five shots at Brown one in the back of his head. As he drove away when they tried to serve drug warrants in the spotlight in the Supreme Court today, a cheerleader who blasted her high school with foul language on Snapchat after she was cut from the team. Loyola laws. Lauri Levinson. The broader principle at stake here is how much First Amendment protection where they'll be four students in an era where everything can be readily access to cell phones and social media. Republicans in Arizona approves sweeping anti abortion legislation KPHO TV is Briana Whitney SP 14 57 will now make it a class six felony for doctors to perform an abortion solely due to a genetic abnormality, including Down syndrome. That means doctors could go to prison for up to two years in New York posters. Porter has resigned after penning an article claiming undocumented Children were being given. Kamila Harris book superheroes are everywhere is welcome presence. It wasn't true S and P futures down one. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O p AP three On.
English Soccer Will Boycott Social Media to Protest Online Abuse
"Players are kicking back against online abuse is professional and semi professional soccer teams have announced a four day boycott of all social media platforms beginning Friday. It's an attempt to get Facebook and Twitter, among others, to doom or to stop the Racists. Existent. Other abuse routinely aimed at players. The men's and women's teams are telling the cos It's time to step up and finally take decisive action to kick the trolls off the Internet. Vicki Barker,
Queen Elizabeth Expresses Thanks for 'Support and Kindness'
"Vicki Barker. Reports from London celebrations have been called off. Following the death of the Queen's husband. The Queen is spending her 95th birthday quietly in Windsor Castle. She remained in deep mourning for her husband, Prince Philip. And in her first personal message since his death was announced. She thanks people for all the support and kindness they showed her then. And now in France, Harry, by the way, has flown home to California, missing the queen's
Prince Philip Laid to Rest
"Husband of 73 years was laid to rest in the royal tomb she will share with him someday. After the socially distance service, William and Harry walked out together, shared grief just may help heal a royal rift. Vicki Barker
As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17
"Britain. Officials at Buckingham Palace say the funeral for Prince Philip will be held one week from today. Vicki Barker reports from London 41 Gun Death salute sounded out across the UK and at sea honoring the queen's husband of 73 years, hundreds of Mourners have continued to ignore please from the family to stay away, leaving flowers outside royal resin. Senses, including Windsor Castle, where Prince Phillip died. The palace has confirmed the funeral will take place at ST George's Chapel inside Windsor Castle. Next Saturday. It will be televised, but Covad restrictions mean there will be no public procession and attendance will be limited to 30, mostly close family grandson, Prince Harry among them
Northern Ireland police appeal for calm after violent unrest
"Came under attack last night in a second night of violence and semi autonomous Northern Ireland. Vicki Barker reports from London a week of mounting tensions erupted into violence on Friday night as 27 police officers were injured in protests in Belfast and Londonderry. Saturday night. The unrest continued when riot police and armored vehicles surrounded cars that have been set a light by protesters who also threw bricks and Molotov cocktails. Some in the Protestant community believe Post Brexit trading barriers are cutting Northern Ireland off from the Britain to which they feel loyalty. Protesters were also angered by a decision not to prosecute 24 shin faint politicians for attending the funeral of Bobby's Story of former senior leader of the IRA in violation of covert 19 restrictions for
COVID Cases in Massachusetts Climb Past 30000 for the First Time in Weeks
"Day. Vicki Barker CBS NEWS London Here in Massachusetts, Active cases of coronavirus have climbed past 30,000. That is the first time that number Has been hit in a few weeks. Meantime, Massachusetts is apparently very efficient in administering it's vaccines. 90% of the 3.3 million delivered already have been given to patients all around the nation. There's an average of more than 60,000 new covert cases every day over the past week. That is up about 11% over the past couple of weeks. There are fears That another surge
Kill the Bill Manchester protest: 18 arrested after protesters block tram lines
"Legislation. Kate Barker has more from London. Police clearing protesters staging a sit in on tram tracks in the city of Manchester, 18. People were arrested. There were also demonstrations in a number of other English cities, including Bath, Brighton and Cambridge. The kill the bill protests as they're called, refer to legislation that would tighten policing of even peaceful demonstrations. But the bill is also a colloquial term for the police in Britain and Earlier protests in the city of Bristol turned ugly, with some police officers injured by a hardline faction. Among the protesters throwing bottles, eggs and rocks for NPR news. I'm Vicki Barker in London. U. S futures contracts to trading lower at this hour. DOW futures contract Down
Prince Philip Leaves London Hospital
"Here in the United States. London correspondent Vicki Barker has news today about Queen Elizabeth 99 year old husband who's out of the hospital. Prince Philip was driven away by two masked protection officers. He himself was not wearing a mask. The Duke of Edinburgh appeared gaunt after 28 days into London hospitals being treated for an infection and undergoing a successful procedure for a pre
London police face scrutiny over Sarah Everard vigil
"Honoring a woman who was abducted and murdered 10 days ago. Vicki Barker has details from London when hundreds of people mostly women to fight a police order banning last night's vigil for murder victim Sarah Everard, London police acted to enforce their van. The images of male officers manhandling women at a vigil against male violence have now gone viral, sparking condemnation from some of Britain's top politicians reporter Vicki Barker. Pope Francis today called Syria Civil War. One of the
Prince Philip 'responding to treatment' in London hospital for an infection
"Impeach him if he doesn't reside. The Duke of Edinburgh has been in a London hospital for a week and it now appears he'll be there a while longer. CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker reports from London. Buckingham Palace says 99 year old Prince Philip is comfortable and responding to treatment for an infection in the London hospital, members of the royal family have continued with their royal duties. Prince Charles visited his father over the weekend, The Duke
Britain's Prince Philip admitted to the hospital
"Buckingham Palace is the Duke of Edinburgh, was admitted to a London hospital last night as a purely precautionary measure. After feeling under the weather For a few days. It's understood the 99 year old consort of Queen Elizabeth went by car, not ambulance. He is not believed to be suffering from Cove it Queen Elizabeth remains at Windsor Castle for the couple have been self isolating since last March. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London
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"For residents and underserved communities and vulnerable populations. We can find some ways to creative ways to be able to help in these communities get to and from those vaccination sites will be going a long way to addressing what is one of the most challenging barriers that we face. Chris Pharma, WBC Boston's NewsRadio older Americans were getting vaccines. First responders and health providers have already got one now. Pushes on to get some essential workers the vaccine as soon as possible New calls today for grocery store workers to get expedited Corona virus vaccine access along with hazard pay The United Food and Commercial Workers Union says workers continue to face exposure to the virus. The nation's largest grocery worker union says that covert 19 is to blame for at least 400 food worker death. That is. CBS is Diane King Hall, the FBI sending a notification to utility operators and law enforcement agencies around the country. Nearly a week after a hacker tried to remotely tamper with water supply and Oldsmar, Florida Federal investigators think the hackers exploited poor passwords security at an outdated Windows seven operating system to slip into the old smart water department computer. Prevent against his former FBI agent Randy Apartment might be a simple as choosing a better password or using two factor authentication. Cyber security specialist Alex Hammer. Stone thinks some good might come out of the Oldsmar incident. We certainly hope that you know, a near miss will lead to the kind of changes and systems and programs to prevent this Jim Ryan ABC News, the third anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting massacre in Florida is this Sunday. Mark the day the father of one of the victims is designing a mural to honor victims in Parkland, Florida and, well, Oliver continuing fighting to reduce gun violence and says he owes it to his son. I am a father and I'm still a father. Okay? Nothing has changed in terms of things that I need to do. At the father, 17 Year Old's Joaquin Oliver was one of 17 people killed in that shooting. Massachusetts has the lowest gun rate two deaths in the country. Data from the CDC is National Center for injury prevention and control show. The states with the lowest rates of overall gun deaths are those with strong gun violence, prevention laws and low rates have gone ownership, according to the numbers. Massachusetts was followed by New York, New Jersey, Hawaii and Rhode Island. Analysis of numbers by the Violence Policy Center refers to overall gun death rates in 2019, which is the most recent year for which that is available to state with the highest gun death rate in 2019 was Alaska. 4 50. This is music to the years of European archaeologists. They've identified the oldest known wind instrument of its type, and yes, it's still works. Punk shell was found in a cave in southern France Eight decades ago. It lay forgotten in a French museum until a recent inventory revealed carefully drilled holes designed to create three distinct musical notes. Ready to hear them sounding out for the first time in 17,000 years. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS, London, Let's Go. The African tell you which way to go. Turn left, then turn right, well kind of downtown with a big pothole. WBZ news radio could help you avoid car eating potholes. It looks like that pothole is taking out another couple vehicle traffic on the three Now we're still looking for the possible life thinking only and WBZ. Boston's news radio The following is a commercial announcement. It's the money minute. I'm Joni Siani with Paul in Larry Welch in this week. We've been talking about a state documents we mentioned a will. What should we know about trusts while Joanie Revokable living trust you want to talk to an attorney about and that can be very Unofficial tow. Avoid probate, which is time and money. It can also provide distribution rules. If you don't want to say your Children to get all the money at once, they can get so much that certain ages. It also keep assets in the bloodline. Make sure your ass let's go to your Children and your grandchildren. Another benefit of Revokable trust can be to avoid or eliminate estate taxes in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. You have a million dollar estate tax credit, but with husband and wife you can double that to $2 million in by using advanced estate planning with Revokable Trust. That's a strategy that you can accomplish that. Yes, Interesting. All right. There's the money minute. Join us every Saturday here on WBZ or call 1 809 089334. This is Dan Ray. Having a home equity line of credit from Century bank is having peace of mind. Why? Because your home equity line of credit from Century bank will be there when you need it like when the roof leaks, So the pipes burst and at an intro of 2.75%.
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"Positivity rate. The district has also agreed to a plan for increased ventilation and PPE material. It's the nation's third largest school district. Much of the country is in a deep freeze. How cold is it in Wisconsin? The cows are wearing coats on your baby calves. We have to be a little bit more careful, so we'll have him in CAF jacket, windshields. Good hit 40 below and more Arctic air is coming. Meteorologist Jeff Farraday, Ellie, the polar Vortex is going to pay us a visit, and it is not going to be a very pleasant test. Unfortunately, bringing with it the coldest air in the world right now Down Canada and all the way down to Texas. Significant ice is expected as far south as Kentucky in Texas, some covert vaccine Nation site had to be closed because of the cold. A new Gallup poll finds two thirds of Americans are not satisfied with the way the covert vaccination processes going. Although more Americans are now willing to get their shots in Britain, they brought in some celebrity heavyweights to get folks to roll up their sleeves is Vicki Barker reports from London. My name is Elton John. A little less over his own. My name is the culvert vaccine. P ECE has Elton John auditioning for a covert vaccine P ece just kind of pretend you're having the vaccine from a nurse. Alone successfully. Unlike my name is Michael Caine. I've just had a vaccine for Cove it it didn't hurt. In fact, Britain's now vaccinated some 13 million citizens more than the entire EU combined. Thank you, Claire. Let the little fella No. He didn't get the job. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London and checking Wall Street before the opening Bell. Dow Futures are higher as.
Fossil fuel air pollution responsible for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide
"New research suggests air pollution is deadlier than previously thought. Pollution caused by the burning of such fossil fuels as coal and oil was responsible for one In five deaths in the year 2018 with a total of 8.7 million deaths worldwide, the British researchers say in places like China, which still burn a lot of coal and oil, that proportion rose to one in three deaths. CBS is Vicki Barker, the estimated U. S toll one in 10 deaths due to air
Girl finds 220-million-year-old dinosaur footprint on beach - New York Daily News
"The UK A rare, well preserved dinosaur footprint has been discovered by a four year old girl, Richard Wilder was walking on the well speech with his four year old dinosaur Mad daughter, Lily's This Itwas this amazing footprints, footprints on a piece of rock. It's about four inches long, so Lily instantly knew it couldn't be from her favorite dinosaur T rest. Yes, it's great for 220 million year old footprints been taken to a museum for study and preservation. Vicki Barker CBS NEWS London The
What About The Pandimic Picture Across The Atlantic?
"What about the pandemic picture across the Atlantic more from CBS is Vicki Barker. Starting next week, Austrians will have to wear medical grade masks on public transport and in stores and Germany is weighing a similar measure. Britain's vaccination drive is ahead of schedule in some areas, but it's a race against time because the UK also now has the world's worst covert death rate. And Spain has rejected calls for tough new lockdown, too. Despite high case numbers and Warnings that intensive care units are full. So far, there is no evidence that any of these variants of coronavirus are more deadly than the original one. And, in fact, there's growing evidence that the vaccines on the market are adept at taking care off those new strains of virus as
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"Vice President elect Paris Welcomed and thank the audience to the 59th presidential inauguration. Tom 40, CBS NEWS Washington Several social media companies have now Ramon Moved President Trump from their platforms, and there's also been a dramatic effect on election misinformation. Here's more from CBS is Vicki Barker. Ever since Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites has spent it President Trump and his key allies online misinformation about election fraud has plunged. 73% San Francisco based Zignallabs reports. Conversations about election fraud drop from 2.5 Million mentions 2 688,000 mentions in the week after Mr Trump was banned. The Washington Post notes that underscores the Power tech companies do have toe limit the falsehoods poisoning public debate when they decide to act aggressively. Vicki Barker CBS News It's 12 19, the case of a Boston college student accused of encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide. That case will go to trial. Let's find out more from WBC's match here in young you and Alexander or to lower together for roughly two years. In the final two months, they exchange 75,000 texts. Prosecutors say many of them involved in young urging Alexander to end his life. The defendant became physically verbally and psychologically abusive. Just hours before his BC graduation, Alexander jumped from the roof of a parking garage in Young is charged with manslaughter. This past week, A judge denied her lawyer's motion to dismiss one of the prosecution's two theories. Additionally, the defense takes issue with Suffolk County D. A Rachel Rollins portrayal of in young, He waited several days for slow news cycle.
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"News radio Lot of clouds and very windy plenty of rain as well. We've got 50 degrees in Braintree, 47 in and over 49 in Chelsea and 48 in Boston. It's 10 55. Many adult Children have moved back in with their parents during the pandemic, at least for a little while, and some hr managers warned that parents should avoid the temptation to get too involved in their child's job Search. Even when they're doing it from home. Here is some of the stories I've heard from employers. One candidate had his mother joined the interview via Skype. Another recent college grad, was texting his parents that questions during an interview and waiting for their response. Even though it was a video interview, the employers could clearly see something strange was going on. One father called their son's potential employer to offer a fake recommendation. He was pretending that he was from the Sun's previous company. Just 29% of hiring managers surveyed said they've never had a problem with parental involvement. So HR managers say that parents should limit their help to reviewing resumes offering networking contacts were discussing job offers with their child. Those offers may be more likely to arrive without overly involved parents for your next job. I'm Steven Greenberg. It's 10 56. Well, Apparently, humans aren't the only one suffering during the covert 19 pandemic. CBS is Vicki Barker has more from London Lonely llamas. Isolated apes elephants with on We think that animals definitely missing. The visitors are four sites of culture. Esther's Ooh, get a lot of.
No limit to cardiovascular benefits of exercise, study finds
"Keep your heart healthy and moderate exercise has been considered the healthiest. But now, British researchers say there appears to be no limit to the benefits of exercise. Their five year study found them or exercise people got those smaller, their chances of developing cardiovascular disease. Those in the most active 25% Reduce that risk by about 50% Vicki Barker, CBS News London
COVID "long-haulers" describe debilitating symptoms that linger
"100. People from 56 countries took part in the study. They reported more than 200 symptoms across 10 organ systems, including the heart and the brain. The average was nine organs. Systems in each patient to third still had symptoms six months later, including brain fog, memory problems, shortness of breath, palpitations and speech and language issues, and many have been unable to return to full time work. Vicki Barker CBS NEWS London,
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"And Allison Keyes. We're looking back in 2020 a year like no other because of the covert 19 pandemic and wild weather. CBS is Vicki Barker has the floor and headlines. Wildfires consumed 72,000 square miles of Australia from the animal harmony. I've never seen anything like spreading like wildfire Worldwide Cove it or as President Trump called it. China virus blaming Beijing for the global pandemic. Mr Trump's celebrating January's hit on Iran's General Qasem Soleimani was a monster, and he's no longer a monster. He's dead and hailing the still unattributed killing of Iran's top nuclear scientists. Russian distant Alexei Navalny, the voice of Shows opposition silenced and on life support after drinking a cup of tea his allies suspect was poisoned in Beirut. Massive explosion wipes out the port, but resulting protests bring no end to Lebanese government corruption. Pro democracy protests in Hong Kong should never give up, but Beijing tightens its hold on the once independent territory. Terror attacks in Europe, a reminder that Isis remains a threat. Vicki BARKER CBS News It was a busy year of the United Nations. CBS News Foreign Affairs analyst Pamela Falk joins us to explain why 2020 can on Lee be described described as cataclysmic on the world stage and at the U. N. In the U. N. What we saw in 2020 were times of anguish around the world. There was disease, Storm and fires I economic downturn with countries that they have not seen since World War two. Ah, quest for racial equality that gripped the globe and hunger. Of biblical proportions. The Corona virus pandemic occupied the world the U. N and the World Health Organization for the last 3/4 of the year, with diplomacy hobbled and world powers, small and large. Affected by the coronavirus going on two million deaths mostly felt in the U. S. India, Brazil, Russia throughout Europe, the Middle East in Latin America and just at year's end as promising vaccines offered a glimmer of hope. There was a cresting second wave and the World Health Organization as part of the United Nations system was dealing with new strains that were being tested and science was trying to keep up with him. The mutations So let me also ask you, Pablo. I know that there was also ah lot of hunger worldwide this year as well Right? Yes, The increase of hunger was dramatic. The World Food program, The World Food Program did receive the Nobel Peace Prize and trying tried to continue to deal with 270 million people on the brink of starvation. And that was something they hadn't expected. It got much worse, with ports closed and trading partners not able to provide food because of the corona virus pandemic. So where there already were simmering conflicts, long running wars and post conflict neglect in Syria in Afghanistan and Yemen in the Middle East. All of those Had been stalled in terms of trying to get up out of poverty because of the Corona virus and the resulting economic downturn, which is about 5% globally. We haven't seen that since World War two Were there any positive stories that the United Nations had a hand in this year? Yes, the positive No, was that there was an increased focus on climate. And that also coordinates with the commitment of the incoming U. S. Administration, always a leader at the United Nations to rejoin the night the 2015 Paris climate agreement, and that's really important because there's so many countries that needed to up there. Commitments there. Voluntary commitments and the U. S. Led that charge and in terms of what will come next year, so the upbeat part was that the world started to come together with others at the helm. In terms of trying to Actually deal with climate change. Climate change in the past has been seen as something the next generation has to deal with. And we should think about it for the next generation by 2020 the degree of global warming the degree of disease that degree of economic downturn all Resulted in more storms. More fires more the polarized cap melting acidification of the oceans and all of that. Meant that the world started to believe that climate change is now and that brought many countries back to what they will do in 20. 21, which is meat to reset the temperature goals and their emissions goals, and that was very good because countries have really come around now, including the United States. CBS News Foreign Affairs analyst Pamela Falk. Turning now to covert 19 and Europe, where more than two dozen nations have begun vaccinations at a sprightly 96 years old Araceli Hilda, Go became the first person in Spain to receive the vaccination. My idea. Applause that has echoed across Europe with good reason. In Italy. 29 year old nurse Claudia al Bernini called it the beginning of the end. It's the same Fizer biotech vaccine currently distributed in the U. S. And while they may be getting a later start, Europe's health system may have an edge on actually getting shots in arms. Professor Scott Greer is an adviser to the European Observatory on Health Systems. The problem that everybody's facing is how to get turn a vaccine into a vaccination. How to go from having a little vial into doing some real good and that's where a lot of the most difficult politics they're going to be, But it's also an area where I think we can expect most of Europe is going to be doing better than the United States by the end of January. In addition to Fizer, pending your approval is Madonna and Oxford. AstraZeneca. In all, the 27 Nation bloc has secured two billion doses with the goal for inoculating all adults during 2021..