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Washington DC Man Arrested Following High-Speed Chase, Hit And Run On Capital Beltway
"More Now on a story we first told you about last night. Man has been arrested in connection with a high speed chase and to hit and run crash is it caused on the American Legion Bridge? Maryland investigators say. Shaquille Scott of D. C was being chased by Virginia State police after reports that a car had hit a Jersey wall and the driver of that car was traveling erratically. When state troopers tried to pull over the Lexus on the Beltway near Braddock Road, the driver sped off. The car eventually hit two cars on the Legion bridge, sending one driver to the hospital. The car later hit even a patrol car before the driver fled on foot. Scot faces
One Dead After Small Plane Crashes Near Washington DC
"At the Capitol. Can Duffy WTLV NEWS NEW Tonight? One person is dead after the crash of a single engine plane in western Loudon County. W T. O P S Neal Augenstein is their cross was here. Several 100 FT off Route nine in the woods, Virginia State police say it's not clear at this point whether the pilot was taking off or landing from a private airstrip. airstrip. That's That's nearby. nearby. The The FAA FAA is is on on the the scene. scene. The The NTS NTS Speed Speed will will be be in in charge charge of of the the investigation investigation into into the the crash. crash. Witnesses Witnesses say say there there were were heavy heavy gusts gusts of wind around the time the plane went down. It's still too early to say what caused this fatal crash. On Route nine in western
Bill decriminalizing jaywalking takes effect in Virginia
"Law that took effect in Virginia this week makes it easier for you to get away with jaywalking jaywalking as one of those minor offenses that can no longer be the primary reason that you stop someone. It could be a secondary reason. It can't be a primary reason for stopping someone. Virginia State delegate Patrick Hope the bill's sponsor, not want to be a pimp of jaywalking that law enforcement is interested in they're interested. They believe that you did committed another crime, and this is a pretext to pull someone over. What about pedestrian safety concerns? They J walk because it's it's safer to cross the street at a time when no cars air coming.
Washington, DC man arrested after avoiding traffic stop, ramming police vehicles
"Wild police chase occurred in Arlington last night. A man from the district is now in jail in Arlington County after allegedly ramming a Virginia state trooper's vehicle. State police saying a trouper trying to stop 28 41 year old Aaron Connolly, as he drove south on I 3 95 the true percent. Conley made multiple unsafe lane changes. Connolly allegedly better way, troopers say when they surrounded his car. He rammed one of their vehicles, then spent onto eighth Street and ram or state police cars, a fence and three parked vehicles before finally coming to a stop. He had to be forcibly removed
Hundreds flock to Smithsonian Castle for snowball fight on Washington, DC's National Mall
"Of of 100 100 people people out out near near the the Smithsonian Smithsonian Castle Castle for for what's what's become become a a DC DC tradition tradition of of massive massive snowball snowball fight. fight. The The event, event, which which in in the the past past was was held held in in DuPont DuPont Circle Circle was was moved moved to to the the mall mall to to allow allow for for more more social social distancing, distancing, an organizer say most to took part were wearing masks. Calls for Capitol Hill to be open to sledding went on answered. The only people with access behind the fencing were members of the National Guard. Virginia State
"virginia state" Discussed on WTOP
"Virginia state legislators want to remove a statue of Harry F. Byrd Sr from the state Capitol grounds. Bird was a staunch segregationist who ran a powerful political machine. Until his death in 1966. He was a Democrat, was both a governor and U. S senator and was considered the architect of Virginia's racist policy against school integration of Bill to remove his statue has advanced now on a party line vote, All Republicans on the committee voted against it. Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase is reportedly planning to clarify comments she made when she called the capital Rioters Patriots. The Republican, made the comments on Facebook after the riot. Leading some of her Democratic colleagues to try to formally censure her. The Washington Post reports. Chase struck a deal with Senator John Bell, the person who's leading the censure effort. The deal is if she stands up on the Senate floor today and clarifies those remarks, she will not be censured. She also reportedly plans to apologize for insulting Democrats. Virginia Democratic Congressman Gerry Connolly is out with a bill that would give fence a big pay boost more on that from federal news network in the Colon. Briscoe Connelly has new legislation that would give federal employees of 3.2% pay raise in 2022 that includes a 2.2% across the board raise, plus an additional 1% locality pay adjustment. Hawaii Senator Brian Schatz is planning to introduce a companion bill. The two have introduced similar legislation for several years. Now President Biden has until the end of August to tell Congress about his plans for federal pay. Niccolo Briscoe, Federal news Network. We still don't know who bought the winning Powerball ticket that's worth more than $731 million, but we are learning more about who sold it. Ravens. Croft is the owner of the Coney Market and Loan Accounting, Maryland. Population just over 1200 people. He says. He got a call from the lottery commission that he sold the winning ticket and he'd be getting a bonus of $100,000. Well, I know exactly the first thing I'm going to do. Is they my taxes? He's planning on divvying up some of the bonus for his employees, and I'll put the rest into making improvements for the store. No, he doesn't know who bought the winning ticket in Maryland. You don't have to reveal your identity. And apparently, this person is chosen to delay revealing who they are near. Lord didn't stain w T L P news so good.
Arrests continue as more Capitol protesters are identified
"Hundreds are expected to be charged after last week's U. S. CAPITOL assault. This is the fourth clock report. I'm Rob Carpenter Breaking now. A massive manhunt continues for the rioters who violently assaulted the U. S Capitol while investigators are trying to determine if this was a planned event. Latest for maybe sees Kenneth Moat. Thousands of National Guard troops joining law enforcement of the capital after the violent and deadly attack on the hill theme troops coming from several nearby states, helping to secure the perimeter ahead of the inauguration. This'll as federal investigators work to figure out the exact motives of writers, these images emerging of some with zip ties in the Senate chamber, or vice president, Mike Pence was presiding. Crowd chanting Hang Mike Pence. Capitol Police now working with US air marshals to protect traveling Members of Congress. You traitor, GOP Senator Lindsey Graham Confronted at DCs Airport by Trump supporters Friday angry he and Congress certified Joe Biden's win, You know it was going. Meanwhile, federal authorities continue to round up suspects from Wednesday's attack. Tough to Miss Jacob Chancellor, AK Jake and Jelly. Allegedly in the halls of Congress. The Phoenix man is now in federal custody. Newly elected West Virginia state delegate Derrick Evans resigning were in with a criminal complaint alleges Evans was live streaming as he entered the capital Adam Johnson, the Florida man allegedly spotted holding House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is lectern, now charged with theft of government property. Second viral video of the Angry mob facing off with a loan Capitol police officer Local reports in Iowa State appears that man front and center is Douglas Jensen. Taken into custody in Des
State lawmaker who filmed himself storming the Capitol in Washington DC resigns
"Manhunt is underway for every rioter breaching the Capitol building on Wednesday, the FBI going through photos and videos, many posted by rioters themselves. As a B C's Kenneth Molten reports, authorities are making more arrests, including a state lawmaker and a pipe bomb suspect. A criminal complaint alleges newly elected West Virginia state delegate Derrick Evans was live streaming as he entered the capital Evans resigning, saying he takes full responsibility for his actions. Some writers facing serious charges for the violent and deadly attack. Alabama resident Lonny Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. According to a complaint. Kaufman later denied knowing anything about the bombs. Vice
State lawmaker who filmed himself storming Capitol resigns
"Manhunt underway for every suspect attacking the Capitol building on Wednesday. The FBI going through photos and videos Many posted by writers themselves as ABC is Kenneth Martin reports. Authorities are making more arrests, including a state lawmaker and a pipe bomb suspect criminal complaint alleges newly elected West Virginia state delegate Derrick Evans Was live streaming as he entered the capital Evans resigning, saying he takes full responsibility for his actions. Some writers facing serious charges for the violent and deadly attack Alabama resident Lonny Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. According to a complaint. Kaufman later denied knowing anything about the bombs. Vice
Man pictured carrying away Pelosi's lectern, two others charged in Capitol riot, Washington DC
"Underway nationwide to track down those involved in Wednesday's deadly riot at the Capitol. ABC is Kenneth Martin is in Washington, D C, with the latest on arrests and charges filed that nationwide manhunt is intensifying for the pro trump rioters and the deadly and violent capital breach. Law enforcement coming through social media, post surveillance, video and mountains of cell phone data receiving thousands of tips after the release of these below posters, new video appearing to show an Associated Press photographer being assaulted by the mob. Thousands were there, but so far only 13 charged in federal court authorities. Id'ing this man at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is desk. This morning, the suspect, Richard Barnett, in custody and Arkansas. These new images show Burnett turning himself into authorities. Those actions cannot be tolerated and those people must be held accountable. Overnight. Adam Johnson, the man seen carrying Speaker Pelosi's lectern through the Capitol building, arrested in his home state of Florida. Alabama resident Lonnie Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. Hoffman, according to a complaint later denied knowing anything about the bombs. West Virginia State delegate Derrick Evans also charged. Evans attorney says he was exercising his First Amendment and did nothing wrong. Federal
Deadly siege focuses attention on Capitol Police
"The man photographed smiling carrying house speaker Nancy Pelosi's lectern well a mob of president trump supporters stormed the nation's capital leaving five dead is among dozens who have been arrested according to officials Adam Johnson of Florida was arrested Friday night he was quickly Aidid on social media and have posted about being there the man who sat in below sees office chair with his feet up Richard Barnett of Arkansas was also arrested as was the man dressed as a bare chested biking Jake Angeli of Arizona and Doug Jensen of Iowa the man apparently seen on video leading a mob up the stairs chasing a loan officer tried to hold them back then there's West Virginia state lawmaker Derek Evans who posted video online this bombing was a police officer he was arrested his grandmother defended him to WSAZ he's a fine man and thank you Mr trump for impact and that resonated with if the White House meanwhile Seattle's interim police chief says two officers are on administrative leave and under investigation after being seen on social media there I'm Julie Walker
State lawmaker charged after entering Capitol with rioters
"A West Virginia state lawmaker is facing federal charges after he live streamed himself with rioters inside the U. S. capitol during Wednesday's incursion the justice department says Republican delegate Derek Evans of West Virginia is charged with entering a restricted area of the capital he stormed the building wearing a helmet and walked around inside with the rest of the mob yelling out loud our house the video leader to lead it Evan's lawyer says the lawmaker didn't engage in any criminal activity and will not heed the calls for his resignation lawmakers from at least seven other states also traveled to Washington DC to protest the certification of Joe Biden's election victory many said they left when they heard organizer's telling people to storm the security barriers others denied hearing anything that would have prompted concern Jackie Quinn Washington
West Virginia Lawmaker Among Those Who Stormed US Capitol In Washington, DC
"Virginia, posted video of himself wearing a helmet clamoring at a Capitol door to breach the building. Then, he said, we're in keep it moving baby. Once inside delegate Evans could be seen milling around the Capitol Rotunda, although telling others not to vandalize the historic paintings. The speaker of the West Virginia State House of Delegates says Evans will need to explain his involvement. But Evans on his Facebook page dubbed Derek the activity. Claims that he was only there to film history. Using the hashtag stop the steel. Jackie Quinn wants Sington.
West Virginia lawmaker among rioters in Capitol
"West Virginia lawmaker was among the supporters of president trump to storm the U. S. capitol and he took video along the way which was publicly posted Republican delegate Derek Evans of West Virginia posted video of himself wearing a helmet clearing in the capital door to breach the building then he said we're in keep it moving baby once inside delegate events could be seen milling around the capitol rotunda although telling others not to vandalise the historic paintings the speaker of the West Virginia state house of delegates says Evans will need to explain his involvement but Evans on his Facebook page dubbed Derek the activist claims that he was only there to film history using the hashtag stop this deal Jackie Quinn Washington
Pro-Trump protesters storm Capitol building
"U. S Capitol police getting assistance from members of the National Guard. Be Virginia State Police have also arrived. And we get you an update on what's happening from ABC President elect Joe Biden, speaking moments ago, calling the violent protests and breach at Capitol Hill by Trump supporters and assault on democracy sour Our democracy is under unprecedented assault unlike anything we've seen in modern times. Biden also demanding that President Trump step up until protesters to stand down. After Biden spoke. The president, releasing a video message is continuing to the basis claim that he won the election and then called for calm as a fraudulent election. But we can't play into the hands of these people. We have to have peace. So go home. We love you. You're very special. Earlier, President Trump urged supporters to march to the capital. The violence started during the certification of the electoral college results, with some Republicans objecting, sending both chambers into debate. Shell friends and ABC. Any members of the Massachusetts
Virginia state Sen. Chafin dies after catching coronavirus
"Flags are flying at half staff in Virginia today in memory of Republican state Senator Ben Chafin, who died last night. The 60 year old Chafin, who represented South West Virginia, is the first lawmaker from the Commonwealth to die from the coronavirus Governor Ralph Northam says in a statement. Quote. This is sad news to begin a new year with the loss of a kind and gracious
Ben Chafin, a Virginia State Senator, Dies With Covid-19
"Senator Ben Chafin has died from covert 19. He was 60, the Republican from Russell counties represented South West Virginia in the state Senate Cinch, 2014 Governor Ralph Northam says in a statement Quote. Southwest Virginia has lost their strong advocate and we have all lost a good man. The
Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough
"Movement to limit the no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Rianna Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? As legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. I was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that. No. Three times he starts warning. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing hitting the door wants saying officers than using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired. Got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers. And that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night. But outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR NEWS.
Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough
"The no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Briana Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? But as legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that. Much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. Somebody was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that three times he starts warming. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing Hitting the door once saying officers then using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers, and that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night, but outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive. 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR news.
"virginia state" Discussed on WTOP
"$99 Michael inside. Traffic and weather together on the age to return her in the W T o p traffic center heart still in good shape around the Beltway through Maryland and Virginia. No major issues to report so far and no active work sounds as as of yet not sure if that's going to happen. With the holiday coming up this week, they may be reducing it to minimal levels of roadworks. So Good news for folks who traveling late this evening. No worries on I 95 the Baltimore Washington Parkway between the two belle ways. Barclay was also moving while inside the Beltway headed down toward the district. To 70 north and south between the Beltway and Frederick also running well, and if you're traveling on I 70 between the Baltimore Beltway and Hagerstown running while in both directions as of late now headed out toward the Eastern shore. Coming back from your weekend travels. No worries. Crossing the Bay Bridge. You've got three lanes less bound to Lane's eastbound and so far no significant delays. Virginia 66 wives found they were checking for disabled vehicle west the Beltway but before not the street. Should be out of the roadway. But just be aware they see some responsive that that way. Virginia State police should be just arriving on scene further west as you head west toward the rest area Manassas and continued toward to 34 suddenly road two left lanes. Get you by the work some, but so far you get by without delay in Centerville, 28 north on approaching 66 stay left past the works and South found 28. All lanes are open and 66 eastbound inside the Beltway. Shake passed the exit for Lee Highway Washington Boulevard toward Fairbanks driving Lee brought in Boston. Stay right past the work song Rich Hunter wtp Traffic, which thank you Now you're back to work Forecast, which includes Thanksgiving. You're smart, Theodore. Things stay pretty dry as we head through this evening, but The rain does move in from our West. We have a.
"virginia state" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"North Carolina Virginia state line. Two deaths blamed on Zeta one in New Orleans and one in Acworth, Georgia, Just outside of Atlanta. Please talk 11 10 99, www Check the traffic here. Sam Warner. So we are seeing some delays on the roadways right now. I want to go ahead and start with some serious accident. Excuse me. I'm sorry. My computer just went out there with me. We're seeing slow down. 77 South bound approaching exit 36. This is River highway it due to erect already think about a mile and a half worth of delays. You're definitely going to want to avoid that area officials headed over to that scene, so they're going to be taking that up for a while. Also still seeing some issues on 77 South found their exit 12, even though that earlier record did clear. I was trying to catch back up to speed. Plus, we had several delays behind that that we're also moving in the same direction. We're also seeing reports of a disabled vehicle old down road at Wallace Neil Road that one should be moving off to the shoulder shortly and out of the way in the lights are currently out Galleria Boulevard at Sardi's Road in north the word cancer is scary for many due to the lack of knowledge about natural non toxic treatments, coupled with the disc Bismol Failure of the Big Three conventional treatments of chemo radiation and surgery, joined Dr Ernst as he discusses all available treatments to win the fight against cancer. This Saturday at Reath, IAM on VT. Pam Warner v T traffic Levi Tina's time 903 The US Supreme Court siding with North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein, in a ruling Wednesday that affirms the board of Elections ability. Count Absentee by mail. Dallas his latest November 12th so long as they're postmarked on or by election Day, November 3rd, the North Carolina Democratic Party, issuing a statement applauding the high court ruling the GOP, saying it sets a precedent that will be difficult to undo in future elections. Both presidential campaigns.
"virginia state" Discussed on WRVA
"Issued by the Virginia state corporation commission also warns that consumers could see huge bills increasing in the coming years spoke you can try it by statute the commission does an annual report each year to the governor and members of the General Assembly giving them a status report on electric regulation in Virginia we've been doing this for a number of years the FCC also says dimming and energies plan capital investments over the next five years could increase residential customer bills by twenty six percent one person is dead this morning after a single vehicle crash in just a few last night it happened in the thirteen thousand block of beach road around nine thirty in a crash with the victim was apparently not wearing a seatbelt speed is believed to be a factor part of beach road may still be closed due to that investigation and DNA testing experts and just about everybody else on talking about the largest study ever on the link between genetics and sexuality it was he's content the findings published Thursday by the journal science document five genetic variants connected to gay or lesbian sexuality not previously found but the study authors say there's not one specific gay gene and there's no specific markers reliable enough to predict someone's sexuality for the first time we're actually seeing that there are lots of different genetic factors that influence sexual behavior and Billy Connolly is the vice president at twenty three in may and not involved in the research and it's really showing that same sex sexual behavior is just part of the natural diversity of human behavior but the research confirms that no single gene has a large effect on sexual behaviors Todd and ABC news your next news at the top of the hour news on demanded news radio W. or the A. dot com I'm Dennis Edwards on Richmond news weather and traffic station news ready eleven forty W. RVA and ninety six point one FM.
"virginia state" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Virginia state troopers killed during the Charlottesville white nationalist rally two years ago have taken legal action the women have filed separate wrongful death lawsuits against the state of Virginia and state police their state trooper husbands J. Colin and Burke Bates died when their helicopter crashed as they monitored the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville Virginia August twelfth twenty seventeen the lawsuits allege the helicopter had a history of mechanical problems that initial report concluded the aircraft's main rotor system or tail rotor likely malfunctioned and caused it to spin out of control Jim chrysalis CBS news the state of Illinois hopes in new video will get more people to slow down when they approach emergency vehicles with their lights flashing it features the Illinois state trooper Kyle death region his young daughter he was struck and killed by a driver while working a traffic stop on I. fifty five near Lichfield back in two thousand twelve guide to ritual is with the Illinois department of transportation the real people with families in some cases that are losing their lives out there and accidents that are completely preventable the video comes out after two Illinois state troopers were struck and killed at air at traffic stops in the past year there's a new push to get certain people in certain states to sign up to vote a ten million dollar voter registration drive reaching out to young people and minorities in key southern states using peer pressure on Snapchat Instagram and other digital platforms for such potential voters spent so much time political analyst Larry Sabato use here pressure and using the social media tools that young people are so familiar with this will be an interesting experiment can that were sold to get a hundred thousand young and minority voters registered by twenty twenty Vicki Barker CBS news Facebook says it's going to stop a recently revealed practice it comes after apple Google and Amazon ended similar programs that were designed for its voice assistance reinsurers with our tech partner scene acts it's really kind of mind boggling to think that these companies thought it was a good idea to do any of this stuff and not at least tell us or even hide it in their legal lease that we say okay too it was just not there and if this keeps happening at some point this is going to add up to trouble Facebook says the messenger data was used to check the accuracy of.
"virginia state" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Welcome to another edition of HP C you play lower Shahara sear alongside me. Sam crenshaw. Welcome. Leave miss you guys. So glad to be back. And just like every show we begin with this week started lighting. The starting lineup. Starting lineup. Larussa is permanent time the calendars turned over from February to March. Of course, that means March madness and starts with the HP us great tournament time. And of course, the one everyone was looking forward to was the AA tournament taking place up in Charlotte, North Carolina. Yes. And so a lot happening during that tournament Virginia state university. How about them big winners capturing the AA men's basketball championship? They held off a strong second-half rally to defeat the Shah Bayer's seventy seven sixty six did you see this coming Mr. Crenshaw kind of Guida because Virginia state of the of regular season they've been pretty dominant throughout the throughout the season. And you want to see if they can get to the tournament and finished the job. And they got it done. The bears battled to turn a thirty one point second half deficit into. Single digits, but their rally fell short despite a game have thirty four points from their junior. Amir hinton. So even though the bears fell short. They still put on a good show. But ultimately, it wasn't enough in Virginia state took the title for the twenty nineteen central intercollegiate Athletic Association men's basketball championship that happened at spectrum center and congratulations to them. Congratulations to the Trojans. Congratulations to the Trojans. Now, how about on the women's side another school from Virginia Virginia union second consecutive AA women's basketball championship for Virginia union, and they got a big performance from one of their big time players the Rishon ceriga McNeil. She broke the C I AA tournament scoring record with a thirty seven point. Wow. Yes. And again Virginia union winning. Their second consecutive Seattle women's basketball championship with the seventy five forty one win over Fayetteville state. That's that's big big for them their record at twenty seven and two of the year. And they look to probably of locked up the number one seed for Atlantic regional, they will wait to see what happens with them as far as tournaments election. We'll get into that a little bit later on that's coming up in just a day or two, but congratulations to Virginia union. Oh, by the way, McNeil was the women's tournament most valuable player, obviously, obviously. And I want to mention that her thirty seven points brought her tournament total to one hundred and thirty four breaking the record of one hundred and twenty three points set by North Carolina central universities by Jacqueline panics, sit back in nineteen Eighty-four. So yeah. Most valuable player totally understand why that was awarded to her got to see some history may up in Charlotte. The double A tournament. Great time up there in two great champions. Meanwhile, in Birmingham that was more basketball going on. The sl AC holding its annual tournament and the home standing team was the one that would be there at the end. Congratulations to the miles college golden bears. They completed a stunning a one year turnaround and winning the as a C title in front of a big home crowd there. I'm sure everyone was excited. What they had a chance to see when they came to the tournament. They're in Birmingham, LeMoyne Owen is who they dismantled seventy forty six that was the final score during that game. And of course, mouse Melford for their defense, which is sits upon the top in division two implants allow to fill defense definitely on display against the magicians. And they came out successful claiming the title SAC chimps were twenty nineteen. Congratulations to coach Fred Watson. Excellent job. There with the golden bears getting the win like I said huge at home record twenty one in eight. They get the automatic bid for the NCAA division two south regional tournament. Of course, like we said tournaments selection is coming up. We'll find out exactly where they will go and LeBron Harris of miles was the most valuable player of the tournament. You got a big game in the championship in the in the final helping his team get to the championship something that eluded, the golden bears were and just think about this Loretta this goes right along with the football championship that miles one as AC is well the school year. So right now, they're racking up the hardware over in Birmingham. Hey, nothing wrong with bed. Also, little fun note here with the win for mouse. The head coach Fred Watson tied for the most wins by a head coach in his first season at the school, and he took home honors the top coach and the tournament. So he tied with Kirk Patrick for this for the most wins. By a head coach first season at the school. And again, he took home the honors as a top coach in the tournament. So congratulations to coach Watson. Congratulations. Congratulations for the golden bears. Meanwhile, the women's side there in Birmingham. How about the dragons lane college they come through and they win the women's championship beating Kentucky state and there was a tight tight game forty four forty two really close ballgame. But the dragons come out on top. Yes. In a won their first ever as I a c conference championship with the buzzer beater from the senior guard entries McCoy time winding down on the shot clock. She drove down the lane. She was fouled, but threw up a prayer. And it was answered as you said they won forty four forty two. That was big for them to win that one. Like, you said the first time for them. And of course, they they win the conference tournament. Coach, Kimberly Anderson. It is the coach of the tournament. Congratulations to her the work. The team has done. We look forward to seeing them represent the AC now going forward. We find out where everyone goes for the tournament selection for the NCAA division two tournament some more tournament action happening, Mr. Crenshaw, the Gulf Coast athletic conference, Gulf Coast Atlantic conference at their their postseason play down at Jacksonville out of people watching to see what would happen down there and great competition. A lot of people expected a lot from the home standing team it would waters. Edward waters did not come through this one. Instead in the women's. It was Dillard coming through the lady blue devils getting the win. They win the women's conference championship down there. And in the men's championship to glue the BULLDOGS with Mississippi would win that conference championship. So we'll see what happens we see. Those two are in the NASA's will be announced as well. They have a strong team in the men's division of that conference from Talladega. Alabama won over twenty games on twenty four games that are ranked twentieth. In the nation in a division one. We'll see where they get an at large bid into the tournament. Also, maybe the exurbia golden nuggets also their men's team has done. Well, we're watching see what happens as far as those teams and how they go on to represent the Gulf Coast Atlantic conference. What's you quickly transition before we have to wrap up our starting lineup here? There was a very special Nike campaign that came out and honor of women's history month this month, of course, the month of March and featured some well known, Dan. Answers in the HVAC you world, I'm talking about the honeybees of Alabama state university, the Nike campaign just do it featured the dance team. And it talked about dream crazy, which is a campaign. They're highlighting stories of people who achieve things that begin as a highly improbable thought, and I I really enjoyed watching this on Instagram they posted it Nike posted it to their ID TV. And it's it's about five minutes long. But I wanna play a snippet of what you can hear. When you go watch it so go over tonight these Instagram so you can see the story here in see the story of the honeybees these dancers. These are full figured curvy women getting down on the field. And if you know about the honeybees, you know, they get down Crenshaw you can attest to this. Absolutely. You've seen Alabama state's ban. Matter of fact, they got big attention during the tournament of roses. Remember, Alabama state in Florida fans out New Year's day out in Pasadena, California. And yes. The honeybees were front and center they were there with Alabama state marching fan when they perform they put on quite a show. I think the story is an excellent one. And you you get to hear some of them give their thoughts about before becoming honeybees would being a part of it does for them. And what it has done. How it's been. How has been an evolutionary experience for them?.
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"Virginia state government while Virginia. Governor Ralph northern has not publicly commented in days state, attorney general Mark herring has admitted to appearing in black face in nineteen eighty at a college party the admission led him to step down as the leader of the democratic attorneys General Association. Meantime, the woman accusing Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sex assault has gone public. With our allegation Vanessa Tyson said it happened at the two thousand four democratic national convention. Fairfax says the encounter was consensual. If all three Democrats stepped aside, the house speaker, a Republican would become governor Colonel Scott, Fox News, Milwaukee. Oh, a long line of police officers escorting the body of a fallen officer to the city's medical examiner's office officer, Matthew Rittner shot and killed his he and a group of officers attempted to serve a warrant on a home. A suspect has been arrested in the shooting officer Ritter was seventeen years behind the badge. A gas explosion in a San Francisco neighborhood shooting flames into the air for hours Wednesday burning five buildings sending panicked residents and workers fleeing into the streets took utility crews more than two hours to shut off the gas. That was feeding the fire. Major league baseball considering some major rule changes designated hitter in the National League a three better minimum for pitchers and an expanded twenty six man roster. Just some of the proposals between major league baseball and the players association regarding on the field play that came to light on Wednesday. The proposal showing somewhat of a gap between MLB and the players union with owners meetings set to begin this week. But according to report that appears there are some evening out between the parties and talks may go well regarding a collective bargaining. The agreement in the future also discussed ahead of the twenty nine thousand nine season. A twenty second pitch clock potential for lowering the mound as well. They single trade deadline prior to the.
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"Virginia state police investigating a pedestrian fatal. Sergeant Keeley hill says it happened around eight thirty this morning on two eighty eight south near hall w Moline. Preliminary investigation reveals thousand six forty four. On the right shoulder. The driver a male Fifty-three of Chesterfield Virginia was outside the vehicle and stepped out in the left lane of travel and was struck by two thousand eighteen international tractor travelling southbound the man died at the scene. Police are warning drivers if you become disabled to call them immediately. And if you have to get out of your vehicle standards far away as possible from the travel lanes a homicide investigation is underway in Chesterfield after man was found dead in his apartment overnight. Officers were called to the seven hundred block of China. Mary drive just before eleven thirty after relatives found fifty eight year old Clarence folks body with obvious signs of trauma, folks, 2016 Kia soul was also missing. But was later recovered this afternoon, but no word on where that car was found. Bond is set for gymnastics coach charge in colonial heights with assaulting teenage girl. The story from W Rb as Madame line. Von is fifteen thousand and thirty eight year old. Benjamin Jones won't be staying with his family and Gwen Allah, the alleged assault of a girl between the ages of thirteen and fifteen happened in November. Now reportedly at a gym Jones's coached in Dinwiddie Hanover in Goodson. And according to reports has been asked to leave to gyms is family came out in large numbers to support him during his bomb. Request Jones has another court hearing in February met them wine. Newsradio w are the top Republican in the house stopped short of calling for congressman Steve king's resignation following the Iowa Republicans. Recent racist comments ABC's alley Rogan has more in a press conference. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy said there was no room for white supremacy and noted the king would be stripped of his committee assignments. But McCarthy wouldn't apply on king's congressional future? I think that's up to Steve king. The voters have elected him, the House Republicans denounce his language. We do not believe in his language. King has a history. Three of making racially charged comments. But most recently was quoted asking why terms like supremacist or offensive checking your money..
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"Wet in Virginia state police spokeswoman current Keller urging people to take their time tonight. It's going to take you a little bit longer to get home one. You wanna make the time to make sure that you're slowing your speed for conditions. But just be ready to everybody else is going to be out there with you trying to get to that same travel destination are trying to get home. And it's also been a busy day for the AAA spokesman John Townsend says they've responded to more than fifteen hundred calls around the area. We had many of our staffers on hand all hands on deck, and we've handled the call volume the wintry weather forcing school districts across the area too close. For the day and cancel evening events in Montgomery County. Some parents were left frustrated when the school district made a late call to cancel the decision to close schools came around eight thirty when road conditions worsened. According to spokesperson in day only Jolla, but the message came too late for some students were in the building. But schools have not started yet. So parents had to come and pick them up and some buses had already started their roots and needed to take kids back only cellist says she thinks it all worked out in the end, but we understand some challenges to families who had already made their way in to their respective offices operating under the assumption that it was going to remain a two hour delay Heather Curtis. Sound WMA? Allen Wm AL dot com against against a recount deadline. The election supervisor in Palm Beach county says the margin in Florida's contested Senate and governor races will probably be narrow enough to trigger a recount by hand. Susan Booker blamed state officials for the aging machines that broke down. But says she expects the take the heat for missing that three o'clock deadline. The.
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"Virginia state police say six kids have been injured in a crash in Lunenburg county involving a school bus carrying private school kids and a dump truck. The bus was carrying kids from the Kensington forest private school in Blackstone and the impact left the bus overturned on its side to police to meets at school bus crashes. Applying three percent in Virginia in the past five years and says that is alarming. Drivers need to remember that the school kids are going to be out there and not have their brain on. You know, what's going happen? Would they get the? Also. Is on their mind. They need to pay attention and make sure that these children get to school just yesterday five students and an adult received minor injuries. After school bus was rear ended as it will stopping to pick up kids. The supreme court is agreeing to hear Republicans challenge to a court ordered redistricting W R V as Matt deadline reports. The supreme court justices are expected to hear the case next year the same year, the entire house of delegates and actually the general assembly is up for election. Lawmakers just missed an end of October deadline to redraw the maps said by the lower court below record is now appointed someone of their own to do the job host bigger Kirk Cox's considering asking for that to be halted while the supreme court takes the case opponents had alleged the general assembly packed too many minorities into too few districts met them, why NewsRadio w are in an extraordinary move. Malania? Trump is publicly calling for the dismissal of the top White House national. Security council. Official after reports circulated today that the president had decided to remove Mira Ricardo from the NFC the first lady's spokeswoman issued a statement saying it is the position of the office of the first lady that she no longer deserves the honor of serving in this White House Ricardo is national security advisor. John Bolton's deputy the Wall Street Journal reported that the first lady staff and Ricardo clashed during this is Trump's visit to African October over things like seating on the plane and request to use the council's resources President Trump is considering yet another shakeup of his administration. ABC's? Karen Travers is at the White House. With the latest President Trump is preparing to remove department of homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen and he's also looking at possible replacements for chief of staff John Kelly. Nielsen took over as the head at D H S when Kelly shifted to the west wing sources, tell ABC news she's expected to leave her role in the coming weeks and could be asked to resign. But that Kelly is. Fighting to delay. Her departure, Maryland is challenging the appointment of Matthew Whitaker as the new US acting attorney general a draft filing obtained by the AP argues that President Trump sidestep the constitution and normal procedure by naming Whittaker to the position instead of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein Lineker was appointed November seventh after the White House demanded the resignation of attorney general Jeff Sessions checking your money that out closed down.
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"Virginia state police say six people were taken to the hospital with injuries after a school bus was rear ended as it stopped to pick up students on boil Boyden plank road transporting thirty children rain, you probably the six to the twelfth grade and five of those students were transported to the hospital for minor injury. Keeley hill says the woman who was driving the car that rear ended. The bus was also taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Charges are pending against seventy six year old Elizabeth Overby a US marine is accused of killing his wife following a military ball in Virginia the free. Lance star reports Twenty-four-year-old Rodolfo Valencia is charged with murder in the November death of twenty year old Natasha Rivera court records, say Ribeira was also a marine and the recently married. Couple lived with their infant child stationed at Quantico. Sodo Rivera was found dead at an Arlington hotel the morning after the ball at least thirty one. One or dead in record-breaking wildfires ravaging California, only a few months after what were the record setting. Fires burn the state ABC's. Alec stone is in Malibu in the past year almost every large fire has broken records. The most acreage burned the most homes lost the most people kill Cal. Fire battalion chief Lucas Bellman says you can debate the cause. But it's now the new normal in California's really a new age of firefighting now and Cal fire says, frankly, it doesn't know what it can do to change how it attacks. Flames to adapt to the changing fire behavior. Florida's vote count is back in the headlines as officials recount ballots from last Tuesday's election a recount was ordered over the weekend and the races for governor. And a US Senate seat. ABC's Pete combs reports the close vote has led to legal action in the governor's race. Republican governor Rick Scott holds a razor thin lead in his race to unseat incumbent democratic Senator Bill Nelson, Scott has filed a federal lawsuit as well as complaints with sheriffs. Both counties as well. As the Florida Department of law enforcement, hoping to end all of this Nelson calls those acts of desperation, a former recruiter of US military language interpreters is accused of recruiting unqualified language interpreters for deployment alongside US combat forces in Afghanistan in twenty eleven and twenty twelve. The Justice department says thirty four year old Abdul Amman Fairfax has been indicted on one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud and one count of major fraud against the United States checking your money. The Dow down four hundred seven points at twenty five thousand five hundred eighty two s&p down thirty nine at twenty seven forty two NASDAQ down one hundred seventy one seven thousand.
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"Virginia state police reporting a pedestrian death overnight in Caroline county. Preliminary investigation reveals that a female was lying in the roadway when she was dropped by vehicle that vehicle did stop at the scene and two other motorists to render aid sergeant Keeley hill says it happened around eight on route to north of bowling green police still working to identify the woman. So relatives can be notified g RTC customers can ride free on election day Richmond. Mayor lavar Stony proposed the idea in September due to the proximity. Voting locations to GRET bus stops saying democracy is not a spectator sport the free rides apply to local routes, including the RTC Paul's and city care band trips. More than four hundred bus stops are within a short walk. A polling locations in the city. According to a release from g RTC, the midterms will be most secure. Elections in US history. That's according to the department of homeland security secretary ABC Stephanie Ramos reports from Washington the US government is still on high alert for any election related tricks. But Kirsten Nielsen the department of homeland security secretary says the midterm elections are going to be the most secure election we've ever had adding that DHS has not seen a coordinated attempt by foreign government to interfere with voter databases polling systems and voting machines. But she pledged to notify state and local officials the moment that changes Nielsen did acknowledge that u s election systems are under constant attack credit. Congressional candidate Abigail span burger gets an endorsement from Senator Warner former Virginia Republican Senator John Warner. Dem line reports Senator John Warner has increasingly endorsed Democrats in recent years for example, backing Merck. Warner whom we once ran against he also endorsed Tim came when he ran for vice president in two thousand sixteen. And he's endorsed democratic candidate Leslie Byrne in the fifth congressional district Warner says he's backing spam. Burger because in his words, she won't need on the job training. And that she understands it's a complex world. Bamberger formerly worked in the CIA. John Warner retired from the Senate in two thousand now that damn wine NewsRadio W R A judge will not halt legal proceedings in a case that accuses President Trump of bile aiding a constitutional ban on federal officials accepting benefits from foreign or state governments unless congress has approved it the Justice department has or was turned down by a federal judge in Maryland today is one page. Order means that Trump's critics may soon gain access to financial records related to the Trump organizations hotel near the White House. Checking your money down one hundred thirty eight points at twenty five thousand two hundred forty three s&p down twenty two..
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"Boys and their soccer coach brought out of a flooded cave in thailand the final four boys and their twenty five year old coach taken out today in the third and final mission abc's mad got men so far we hear all the boys are safe they're healthy enough they're going to spend a week in the hospital just to recuperate and start getting used to eating solid food again to ensure that they didn't suffer any significant diseases and then the moment everybody has been waiting for the hug between those twelve boys and their parents in a primetime announcement president trump revealing his pick to replace anthony kennedy on the supreme court it is my honor and privilege to announce that i will nominate judge brett kavanagh to the united states supreme if confirmed by the senate i will keep an open mind in every case and i will always strive to preserve the constitution of the united states in the american rule of law democrats and progressives already slamming the choice vice president mike pence will escort cabinet to the capital today to begin meeting with senators the remains of the helicopter pilot had been recovered following the crash in williamsburg the pilot identified as henry schwartz of alexandria i'd like to ask that any witnesses to this event that have not already spoken to the ntsb or the virginia state police please contact the ntsb ntsb's doug brazi the crash also killed ninety one year old jean alco who lived in the building the crash occurred shortly after takeoff from the williamsburg airport met them line news radio w r a charlottesville court overturned an assault conviction against a man in connection with a rally for corey stewart who was denouncing attempts to remove to confederate statues from city parks the judge decided there wasn't enough evidence to prove joseph drako go hit a woman he was trying to retrieve a cell phone that had been taken from jason kessler as he was filming the woman she was found guilty of destruction of property drako said the activists were an an angry nesta yellow jackets to members of british prime minister theresa may's cabinet gone in twenty four hours after she reportedly tried to strong arm them into accepting a socalled soft brexit from the european union the health secretary will take over foreign secretary boris johnson's job and housing minister will replace brexit secretary david davis nbc twelve account forecaster andrew freidan with the latest on tropical storm chris expected to become a hurricane really not that close to two hundred miles offshore now that being said they're getting pretty strong breath at the beach but with the storm that far offshore that made impacts are going to be what it does to the water so a bit on the unsafe side for swimmers over the next couple.
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"This is a common change after selection that opposition party wins blamed the media for all limits information and twisted words mccain uh blaine immigration he lost to all non white voters but virginia is the shoreline of the swamp what do we tag them by name chaos on healthcare repub zip i blame both the president and congressional republicans another one says i think a lotta were in a way voting against trump i know people who will vote democrat for the first time simply because they feel a vote for them is a vote against trump uh who's to blame while there's a lot of opinions out there and what i looked at the fact that the blasio in new york won by a landslide i said no no you know you can make all the john but this country is moving very rapidly left the uh the greatest symbol of it to me was this headline trans defeats legislator who wanted bathroom restrictions he needs an unequal nobody a socalled transgender one gene gene the virginia state house knocking egged republican white male independent donnecker 33 bcg first openly transgender person ever elected in the commonwealth by defeating robert marshall h seven three for a house of cards seat kauona post missed the marshall early this year sponsored the physical privacy act after divers you'll bathroom legislation passed in north carolina the bill died in committee but energized lgbt activists john them roam a journalist who came out his transgender 2013 now rome of course i never heard of this person the name is familiar to me ernst rugby was well known as the how carts i doubt very much that ms rome is related to strong but nevertheless it's an aim that sleep easy to remember and to me given symbolism and mysticism i wonder if there's any connection to the to rome's it's not for america right now new york relex build genus kgb uh uh ralph north them as governor over trump back at you less beat mack who left dan party to back trump goes down and humiliating electoral defeat that's a very big story a mayor in ohio who left the democrats to endorse donald trump for prestige has gone down in defeat tom coin who was elected as mayor brooke park in 2013 on tuesday night when he was defeated by indicating the.
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"Tim believable anyway i have a lot of questions that haven't been answered because the press is so busy trying to get donald trump to admit that he said a nazi that they have no longer than any the the the villiger done eddie research the virginia state police we were they now have looked at the videos over and over again i see fights taken place i see people trying to leave the park being stopped in hit and i i'm trying to find where the virginia state police were during the whole mess i'm sitting at home and i'm looking at twitter the aclu is tweeting out that the police told them that the that they were not to act until they were given orders to act then i listen to that the try and keep my temper terry mcauliffe the governor the piece of garbage that he is telling the press on monday that the uh that the far right activists had hidden caches of weapon all around the city he said that battering rams said weapons that they had stashed all around the city of course this is what he was telling mckesson the black lives matter founder on his podcast tina because nobody in real radio wants to talk to terry mcauliffe so he's had this that it was a powderkeg and ah blah blah blah so the handful of real reporters out there contacted the the genius they police in they said where were these where were these weapons in these battering rams where were these things where'd you find the where are they now and the virginia state police said there were no caches of weapons recovered wow so the governor's a liar you hear about that in the media and he also said the mcauliffe governor said that they were outgunned that the police were outgunned by the marchers well according to the virginia state police they were not outgunned last week and the aclu is the.