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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"On air on Alexa or the W T. O. P s 7 28 traffic and weather on the eighth Steve Dresner and the W T O P Traffic Center in Maryland on the North bound side of the B W Parkway after the 50 split reported crash activity, which only a single language by over on the South bound side of the BW Parkway, right near 1 97. Reported Crash activity Lane, Maybe black person minor delays throughout the area College Park Still the only one crash activity south bound on Route one, right before 1 93 University Boulevard contained to the right side of the road, Wayne and still finding delays on the in Bend side of the stolen park. Wayne after Naylor Road, and last for important accident activity has only a single right ling getting by. Over and Virginia while we're doing much better on the capital Beltway in both directions, however, on the inner loop near Van Doren Stream, we are finding police activity occupying the left side of the roadway, Looking for a fresh start. Silver Diner head shit covered from plant based options to gluten free tow. Under 600 calorie entrees, Silver Diner offers choices for how you live and a healthier dose of what you crave. Steve Dresner. W T o P. Traffic, Not a Storm Team four Samara Theodore second half of our weekend. It's gonna be a cold start see temperatures tonight They're dropping into the teens and twenties. Even with the winds growing calm, we're still looking at frigid conditions.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Microsoft accelerate your cloud Evolution Start further at S a I c dot com slash Microsoft Jack Taylor w T o p. Traffic, Right, Lauren rickets here with our forecast, Really? Hoping for a bit of a warm up here. Lawrence will get one load of mid forties for daytime highs today. That is normal for this time of year. In fact, we're gonna be the low to mid forties for daytime highs all week. But of course. Starting off on that cold note. Still has some black ice out there. Watch her bridges, ramps and overpasses, especially if yourself in west of D. C. Where temperatures they're still just below that freezing mark, But we'll warm up. Give another couple of hours mid morning will continue to warm up mix of sun and clouds today at times more clouds and we'll have clouds tomorrow, Maybe a few isolated rain or snow showers. Light stuff temperatures low to mid forties. Then we get back to sunshine Wednesday and Thursday Wednesday in third Stay. We will have AH, temperatures little bit forty's little breezy on Wednesday. By Friday, Plenty of clowns were watching a system but it looks to stay to the South on Friday. Temperatures in the low forties right now we're in the upper thirties. Here in D, c. 37. Degrees Baltimore at 39 degrees Frederick now coming in at 30 and Leesburg, 28. It's 35 degrees here at W. T. O P brought to you by letting the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. It's 9 21 and new this morning, A British judge says Wikileaks founder Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the U. S. The judge effectively dismissed all of the defense's arguments. She said she saw.

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03:06 min | 1 year ago

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"Each 12 03 We welcome you in on a Thursday afternoon. December 3rd partly cloudy skies right now 50 degrees in Washington. Good afternoon. I'm Deborah Feinstein and I'm Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following at this hour new developments in the killing of a one year old boy in D. C last night. The mayor, as well as chief Peter Newsom just held a news conference. They say the boy was riding in his father's car when he was shot. Let's go live to W. T. O. P s making clarity with more details. Mark 15 month old Carmelo Duncan is now the city's youngest victim of gun violence this year. Ah, year that has already seen a 20% increase in homicides on do you could feel the emotion from both the mayor and the chief of police when discussing what happened last night at 9 35. In the evening. Basically, the chief said that they had a shot spotter technology alert nearby investigators that there were shots fired in the area of Central and Southern Avenue southeast. When they arrived. The baby had already been taken to the hospital. Apparently there was a fire crew that was there an engine and an ambulance that we're responding to another medical emergency. And Carmelo's father saw them pulled over and handed the baby over to them to take to the hospital. Unfortunately, he did not make it. We understand from police that the baby was shot multiple times. They don't know exactly where he was in the car. But there was another child in the car as well. Who is fine? And Carmelo's father was driving the car. There was a baby seat in the back, caught in the back seat of the car. So the chief, you know, speculated that he was in the back seat, but that he's not sure we knew that he was shot several times. The mayor called this an unfathomable tragedy. Right now, there's not a lot as far as leads that they're sharing with the public other than the fact that they saw a dark gray SUV with heavily tinted dark windows in the area. However, given the child's age, given this photo that we're sharing on w t o p dot com you see this baby? I mean, it just breaks your heart and the amount of tragedy that this community has suffered. The cheer from gun violence is just can't be, you know, can't be explained so apparently. According to the chief and the mayor, This entire community is just outraged. And they're going to do everything they can to try and find who did this, Including asking the community to look for any, you know, Surveillance video. They might have businesses to look at any surveillance video. And also, they're offering a $60,000 reward to any tip that leads to a conviction. In this case, reporting live Meghan clarity. W T O P news. Okay, thank you. Making the Corona virus has taken a deadly and destructive toll on the elderly Montgomery County now making some plans to get that vaccine out to elder Care facilities. Hopefully in the weeks ahead when it comes to a covert 19 vaccine, the county's HHS department will work.

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

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"News from w T o p 24 73 65. Listen on air on Alexa and on the W. T. O. P. S. 11 03 on w T o P. It's Friday, August 14 78 degrees now as we head to the mid eighties. Good morning. I'm Mark Lois with top local stories. We're following this hour. Some attention last night between D C police and dozens of black lives matter. Protestors, officers surrounded the protesters and arrested 41 people for felony rioting and assault on police officers in the Adams Morgan area near 18th Street in Florida Avenue. W. T. O P spoke to Josh Evans, who was on the scene, he says police used pepper spray. A group of protesters were trying to make a accident until hoping to cop held them and I've gotten reports about people gone made, including myself. And one person got arrested on being I got that on video. They've been making threats that we cross over, Deplete blind. We will be arrested and one person Take me to the hospital for unknown reasons. W GOP has reached out to D. C police form or information. The department released a statement on Twitter and quoting from that statement. There is a difference between peaceful protesters and individuals destroying property. You're setting fires. The statement continues. Yes, MPD did make numerous arrests last night, but only of those who were engaged in rioting behaviors. 11 0 for a mailer sent to voters in D. C was supposed to help registered voters to confirm their address. Instead, it has lead to confusion. Hundreds of thousands of D C. Voters got cards from the board of elections this week, asking them to confirm our update their mailing address. But tear apart those cards at the perforated edge, and some of the vital information the board would need is not included Councilwoman Elissa Silverman telling our partners and NBC for selection. Is too important to fail. We are doing our best to get information out. That's consistent. Rachel Cole with the board of Elections to work around the flaw, voters who need to make an update our ass.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Another number. Ask your broker about Renaissance A smarter way to offer dental vision, Life and disability insurance. I read of Kessler. W. T o P. Traffic are w GOP four day forecast from Lauren Rickets Temperatures today are gonna be reaching the low nineties. We've got some sunshine, but more Or rain coming our way as we head into the afternoon and evening. That's anytime after about 1 32 o'clock flash flood watch in effect for the entire region until late tonight, But we do have some flood warnings leftover from pre dawn rain we're talking about right around the NASA's. We have a flood warning and then also in Virginia, staying there. Fairfax County Great Falls in Wolf Trap Area Flood warning Has continue until the noon hour otherwise scattered showers and thunderstorms his afternoon some strong flooding the main concern. I'm starting for meteorologist foreign rickets. Well right now we have partly cloudy skies and 85 degrees in Washington. Another human day already feels like it's 93 temperatures heading back to the low nineties. W T. O P at 11 12. Summer camp seems to be one of the few things still going on with restrictions during this pandemic. But at least five D C summer camps learned that they would not be allowed to operate and parents are still unclear exactly why camp was canceled. Actually, we've tried to get me and for three years now, this was three years ago, I was really excited about that 10 year olds on Oppa shot he was looking forward to the start of soccer camp run by FC Barcelona at our of case fields Just they called it last minute and I was all ready to go on everything. So it was really sad. She's not the only disappointed camper. The mayor's office confirms on Friday, August 7th, at least five sports camps were denied waivers to operate among them, D C. United's camp. Each camp received a letter obtained by W. T. O P, which cites the camp's exceed the 50 person limit on mass gatherings. But Donna's dad, David.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"And Sons, German Sidle U V C Go to Michael and son dot com. Traffic and weather on the AIDS to marry to Pompeii and the W T O P Traffic Center. Thank you, John. We're still tracking a one incident Beltway right now, But things are looking better. If you're on the outer loop coming off of 95 north to get to the outer loop there you have a very short merged with the left side of the road, way blocked. A consolidated the crash all to the left. So the two lanes that come from 95 north to merge onto the capital Beltway. They are reduced. So if you're on the outer loop, passing the Springfield interchange Get far to the right to give them more room to pass by the crash with a spill again, the only thing currently happening on the capital Beltway. In fact, on Virginia Side, 66 runs well, from front Royal into Rosalind and 95 from Fredericksburg to the Springfield interchange at speed. Nothing currently reported on 3 95 We still have a closer falls Church of Carlin Springs Road between Columbia Pike, Route seven all injured closed in the overnight hours for a crash investigation. And that is still said to be the case. Although it may be loosening up watch for police direction in case they open parts of that roadway that had been completely closed before downtown, also a closure of 34th Street in South East between Minnesota Avenue and D Street. This is an overnight police investigation. W T O P Reporters are driven by Fitzgerald Auto Mom shot Fitz Fitz first and save money choose from thousands of used cars and trucks visit fit small dot com That's the fits way. Married upon the W T o P traffic and not a storm team four meteorologist Lauren Rickets. Not too bad of a day. Today, Those temperatures are going to be a little on the warm side as we rise to.

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"Amazing and everything is perfect and everyone is safe in the exciting it's been over six months since a lot of us of playing professional tennis it will be two weeks after the city open toward Wallace WTOP sports stay with us here on W. T. O. P. will get you the latest forecast as we head toward some warmer weather eventually gets to seventy our house today are like little cities full of different internet it borrows like the entertainment some summer camp experiences for children and specialized healing retreats for injured veterans Mel would will pick up your car your donation is tax deductible and you get to help build.

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07:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Twenty four seven three sixty five W. T. O. P. at three forty one weeks ago DC's department of corrections had been ordered you'll remember to do a better much better job of cleaning and improving conditions in its rail facilities to limit the spread of covert nineteen but now the ACLU American civil liberties union claims this morning things have gotten even worse back in April when the judge ordered DC corrections to do more cleaning and for residents had access to medical care and keep their distance from each other five inmates were sick in DC's trails one month later the ACLU says one hundred eighty inmates have confirmed cases of twenty five fold increase making the risk for inmates thirteen times that of everyone else in DC the ACLU is asking the judge to appoint an expert to help determine how many and which residents to be released so the DC corrections can make sure that CDC guidelines are followed behind bars Neolog constrained WTOP news need to be careful of your many drivers are apparently taking advantage of less traffic these days and speeding down the local highway snarling state police seeing a record number of traffic stops they say is drivers break the law on the open road speeding down the open highway may tempt some drivers but Greg Shipley with Maryland state police said troopers are out in force to shut them down we see people out there excessively exceeding the speed limit you know it's several weeks ago someone was stopped in the capital but we region doing a hundred and thirty six miles an hour simply said just like speeding tractor trailers which have crashed in the same spot along the outer lips big curve troopers know where to look we know the routes that people are on especially during the summer months over the weekend trooper stopped nearly five hundred drivers breaking out of the house and breaking traffic laws there's no sense in you know trying to keep yourself healthy if you're not keeping yourself safe on the highways Meghan clarity WTOP news there was windy and Courtney Shiloh in Marin Matt and Kim and it was Katie and Jamie they will always be heroes to me because they were the nurses who took care of my daughter Kayla when as a teenager she was hospitalized for weeks at a time I watched as the listener made her laugh and then for an unimaginable thirty six hours when she was violently ill patiently cleaned her up Caillaux lives today in large part because the love for nurses now in our time of great crisis the nurses are here again they are the super heroes we have dispatched to vanquish this terrible foe that has brought the world to its knees one day we will once again laugh we will hug we will dance and play sports again and when we do we can thank our nurses this is Jonathan cotton with a good feet store we are closed temporarily but when we open again if you are a nurse or any healthcare worker for that matter come by the good feet store so we can thank you good Tuesday morning three forty four one double duty okay you know pandemic restrictions are being relaxed in some places around here but not everywhere local officials to that end want to remind people this morning venturing out for exercise say for example you need to take proper precautions for folks that are coming out and want to do so responsibly national mall spokesman Michael Hurst follow the the guidance from the centers for disease control and prevention follow that local health guidance a DC police spokesperson says people getting out for fresh air should do so close to home and avoid crowded areas officers who see large gatherings on public spaces notify the gathered group of health and safety risks as for memorials on the mall being accessible they are accessible under the the the mayor's stay at home orders seeking WTOP news you know plenty of families these days are drawn to DC's real estate along Connecticut Avenue one couples decided it's the perfect neighborhood to raise their kids stop along Connecticut Avenue not far from the national zoo and meet Walter and Libby red shouldered hawks named by freelance photographer Jennifer Packard she names of the couple and their three checks cove it Cleveland and Dorothy and says it's not surprising that Washingtonians are drawn to stop and watch them nature is good for you it's good for the mind it's good for the soul the chicks were born in late April and will leave the nest before too long and like any parents Walton Libby will encourage the checks to take off the parents will demonstrate flying and encourage them and that's when you need to come back out with your binoculars or your camera to to see this but one reminder to spectators it is important to maintain social distance while we do this Kate Ryan WTOP news got it right out of this half hour early Tuesday morning here on double duty of a an unusual social distancing table unveiled by an Ocean City restaurant I'm taking only on sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a hundred all everybody's still trying to figure out what the new normal will look like in colleges sports Maryland athletic director Damon Evans on ESPNU radio does think that there will be fall sports in some form this year I don't know if it's going to be modified in some format as it relates to what we're going to push the start date are we going to have a different type of season whether the conference only are or what have you so I'm gonna say this I'm gonna remain cautiously optimistic about it starting on time but should be prepared to Jackson and that as far as the professional ranks California New York and now Texas also getting ready to welcome professional sports back in Texas governor Abbott announced the state will allow professional sports return on may thirty first without fans governor Newsom in California said June first teams can begin to play on the professional level without fans and governor Cuomo in New York said he's as professional sports teams to begin planning to play in the state again said New York is ready for such a return without fans in attendance Redskins wide receiver Cody Latimer appeared in court on multiple felony charges stemming from an incident early Saturday morning in which he is accused of threatening a friend with a gun discharging his weapon after an argument at a poker game college basketball Brenda Frese gets a six one guard Tyson because lava from Russia play the prep academy has four years of eligibility remaining toward walls to be to be sports WTF D. nine CBS news update president trump has touted a malaria drug as a potential treatment for the corona virus even as some of his top government experts doubt its effectiveness now the president says he's been taking Hydroxycut or Quinn for more than a week and feels fine it's been around for forty years for malaria for Lopez for other things I take it frontline workers take a lot of doctors take it experts say there can be side effects including to the heart rhythm more from CBS is Natalie brand during a round table with restaurant executives the president revealed he's been taking the drug hydroxy caloric went along with zinc for nearly two weeks to try and prevent the corona virus the FDA has set hydroxy chloroquine should only be used for covert nineteen by patients being monitored in a hospital the president says he consulted the White House physician before taking it the seventy three year old president is tested daily for the virus he continues to refuse to wear a protective mask CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon it is may nineteenth welcome in this Tuesday morning glad you're with us this early hour three forty traffic.

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02:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Your time with us here at W. T. O. P. at four OO eight prevent the spread of viruses with Michael and sons germicidal UV C. go to Michael and son dot com traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks are traveling in Alexandria the incident that was on route one Richmond highway near the intersection of Potomac Avenue looks like they're just about done clearing from the scene we did have traffic stopped in both directions we believe now the traffic is that once again moving each way so good news there after traveling southbound on three ninety five still working south king street headed down towards seminary road two lanes to write catch bother work sound if you're traveling on northbound three ninety five between the bombing the fourteenth street bridge are in good shape so far no incidents reported in your way I still waiting to see if they re open the express lanes on three ninety five north ninety five north found the overnight paving project north of the truck scales and it's with the prince William parkway that is wrapped up and cleared all lanes are open headed up toward developing Springfield in good news is the express lanes are open to northbound traffic on ninety five now and rest and they had the crisis seven westbound at Reston Avenue that has since cleared from the roadway lanes were re opened in both directions down in Dumfries a push the whole triangle road closed each way just north of Grant Park Road they do the wires down again authorities are out what I have with it crews are arriving on scene that that is closed until further notice closure from yesterday evening's rush hour I'm trying out on six nineteen Joplin road just west of I. ninety five near the Quantico national cemetery as of early this morning may still have that shut down in both directions to repair a Paul wires that are knocked down by yesterday's wins after traveling on route fifty in Maryland headed westbound first works on west of freeway airport headed toward route seven oh for that portion of the paving project cleared still working as you travel west approaching and passing the beltway last single file records by the work sound if you're coming off the inner loop of the beltway specifically to go west I'd route fifty No merge Jerry there please use caution as you make your way on the fifty westbound headed toward the district from the inner loop WTLV reporter Jim by fitz Gerald autumn all come see the all new Hyundai palisade at fitzgerald Hyundai Gaithersburg and Rockville transparency entrust that stuff it's way rich hundred WTOP traffic another cold night in store as a freeze warning is in effect across the entire area right on through your Wednesday morning temperatures in the low to mid thirties by the time you wake up to step out the front door going to be a chilly start but a nice afternoon.

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02:24 min | 2 years ago

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"Morning morning it's it's twelve twelve forty forty one one among among the the increasing increasing cases cases of corona virus in the region are more and more first responders we here and now local police departments to that in our expanding what it means for them to socially distant at this point if the crime you're reporting isn't putting you or someone else in imminent danger police all across the area are more likely to take your report over the phone or by email and even if police do show up to your dorm in DC officers are being told to speak with residents outside if at all possible but for things like vandalism identity theft or say you woke up and found somebody broke into your car that's going to be handled over the phone or online now in places like in Arendal prince George's Montgomery and Fairfax counties just note that filing a report that way does it tend to get an immediate response John Doberman WTOP news

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Three sixty five so you never miss a moment on air online on Alexa and on the W. T. O. P. S. good morning at six eighteen traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks stating the situation in Maryland on ninety five headed in the northbound direction the delays are after thirty two headed toward one seventy five they had been holding traffic at the accident activity but right now the left side of the roadway is getting by so most of the activity off to the right and at least two lanes to the left are getting you buy at one seventy five to get past the scene however watch for the crash if you're continuing up in the Baltimore after cake now Avenue a northbound ninety five this is after the Baltimore beltway after Caton Avenue there had only been a single right center lane getting by but now they have all traffic held there so that's just something to watch out for again at one seventy five you now get by after Caton Avenue it is now stopped elsewhere in Maryland southbound three fifty five it veers mill road a single right lane was getting by the police activity and watch for the closure in Poolesville this is one oh seven at cattail road the road remains closed because of an earlier wrecked that brought down a pole and wires in the roadway we also have some new problems on metro rail if you're traveling on the red line the trains are single tracking between shady Grove and Twinbrook because of a broken down train at Rockville expect the delays in both directions tell us what you're seeing on your commute call WTOP traffic center at eight six six three oh for WTOP Washington stop news traffic and weather keeping you informed twenty four seven three sixty five I read a Kessler WTOP traffic right let's check with Mike Stanford here on our forecast for today Michael looks like we have a mixed bag of a bunch of things happen yeah it's going to be on the roller coast for the next several days a series of fronts affect the weather we have a few sprinkles this morning this is not to be a big.

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"Seven guitars begins April third order tickets today at arena stage dot org it's Thursday morning March first good morning welcome at this early hour glad you're with us here W. T. O. P. at twelve I think and whether on the aids and when it breaks are traveling in Arlington North found one ten before you get up to I. sixty six and just beyond the intersection it would take you toward you would you my memorial the crash remains along the left side you get by single file to write good news is Southtown one tentatively sixty six headed down toward the memorial they have since cleared that side of the accident activity sall lands up in south on but they are working north found so just be aware now if you're traveling on three ninety five north bound headed north about which would add some roadworks and then left lane and a shed north king street past Shirlington circle and leave right up towards Washington Boulevard two left lanes catch by the works on as of late delays have been briefed in the district works on in place three ninety five north north of exit for the extra for main Avenue headed toward the third street tunnel stay right past the works on as of late I delays have been briefed is still in good shape all westbound on the freeware assassin's creed and far headed toward the opt out thirteen street bridge no issues early on I. two ninety five reduced eighteen ninety five traffic's been moving well in both directions rich under WTF traffic as we have through our Thursday we are starting the day off pretty quiet plenty of sunshine out there temperatures in the low to mid fifties as we head through the.

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04:45 min | 2 years ago

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"County has been caught in another state W. T. O. P.'s Dickey only on is here with the details Sarah within the past hour the **** your county sheriff announced that the man hunt for seventeen year old Levi Norwood has ended in North Carolina the sheriff's office has not said exactly where in North Carolina but sergeant James harden of the **** your county sheriff's office says when police were summoned to a call of a shoplifter they arrested the teenager wanted for killing his mom and six year old brother Levi Norwood had been apprehended at a local bookstore apparently employees a cold in a shoplifter the local police responded and took Mister Norwood into custody without incident dad are thirty four year old Gen Norwood her six year old son wires the father thirty seven year old Josh what is in stable condition sheriff's detectives are on their way to North Carolina to begin extradition proceedings to return the border Virginia reporting live taking only on WTOP news it's six thirty two CBS news update because of anti virus from China some people's cruisers are lasting a lot longer than they'd planned Matt Smith he's hoping to be allowed off a quarantine ship he's been stuck on in Yokohama Japan they're going to take us off this ship before we finish quarantine here they're going to put us on buses with other passengers who have not completed quarantine and as to which most if not all of them have not ever been tested for the virus US ambassador mark Murphy's helping coordinate the removal Americans on a cruise ship in Cambodia the passengers here are just average citizens trying to make their way home the head of the World Health Organization wants governments to do more to stop the spread of the virus encouraging that the steps China has taken to contain the outbreak I think its source appear to have both the will in time the disease has killed more than sixteen hundred people in China CBS news updates I'm Sam lead singer there's a new arrests today in the killing of a Charlottesville college student in New York City the killing shocked New York an eighteen year old freshman at Barnard College stabbed to death in a park this arrest is a major milestone on the path to justice for Chester majors Manhattan district attorney cy Vance says they believe this fourteen year old suspect is the one who stabbed majors a thirteen year old who was allegedly also there was arrested the day after the killing it was a painstaking and meticulous search for the truth according to the criminal complaint the defendant's DNA was found under majors fingernails it also says he had logged onto his own iCloud account from major stolen phone Steve burns for CBS news New York at the Munich security conference defense secretary mark asper is offering some details of a proposed peace deal between the US and the Taliban it looks very promising the proposal would see a seven day hold to Taliban attacks then the signing of the U. S. Taliban peace deal defense secretary mark asper says the deal means taking some risk but a a peace deal that would involve a very soon afterward and enter at Afghan negotiation experts spoke with Afghanistan's president Ashraf Ghani on Friday and says he's on board he wants to be clearly a full partner in that and wants to lead on that and make sure that all Afghans come together are well representative and can come up with an agreement that would end the war all Afghan peace talks would begin within ten days of a deal with a phased withdrawal of US forces over eighteen months Ben Thomas Washington just ahead on WTOP Attorney General William Barr faces scrutiny over justice department involvement in cases of particular interest to president trump it's six thirty four the following is a paid commercial message this is bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic diocese of Arlington in nineteen ninety two Saint John Paul the second designated February the eleventh as the world day of the sick a time to pray for those suffering from illnesses as well as for caregivers who work so hard to alleviate the afflictions and elements that others are experiencing in faith may we entrust by name all those we know who are suffering and infirm to our lord's human love she is the divine physician in this is to be with us always especially in our time of need the world they the sick is also an opportunity to express thanks to doctors nurses physician assistants and all health care workers for your dedicated and generous service please know that you are special gift to all of us Attorney General.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Running second February at to await the morning haze low as ninety nine dollars a month only at long roofing dot com traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks on guard throughout the listening area for foggy conditions being reported hither and yon when you encounter them less speed more following distance we can get there was one in one piece and low beam headlights too let's start in Virginia sixty six west bound our work so before exit fifty seven for route fifty therapy it's still there will be there for the rest of the night the delay is not so much though everything seems to be getting through the works on single file to the right at a fairly decent clip but again we've had stoppages already we may have more before the works and clears later on this morning on sixty six west bound before fair oaks exit fifty seven for route fifty everything else on sixty six is fine on ninety five and on three ninety five fog notwithstanding all travel interval and the pace is pretty good ditto that on the beltway in both Maryland and Virginia the inner and the outer loop running without any reported issues Maryland has been remarkably quiet for the last little while let's hope it stays that way ninety five in the VW parkway nothing reported in the travel lanes ditto that on two seventy work continues for the rest of the weekend on the intercounty connector Maryland or two hundred these bound toll road all traffic diverted at exit one eighty two for les hill road with the overhead work persisting until like I say about five o'clock tomorrow morning Monday morning and all lanes are blocked as result westbound not affected by this waiting for the for a final all clear on our water main break and repairs on university Boulevard eastbound after Piney branch road before Carol Avenue should have most of your travel lanes back but they still need to finish fixing the road after they fixed the water main break and we may still has lanes blocked in the districts out the southwest freeway running without delay W. T. O. P..

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"This sees Washington's top news one oh three point five FM and W. T. O. P. dot com John Anderson and Hilary Howard good afternoon glad to have you with us one day after prince George's county police officer was charged with murder in the shooting death of a handcuffed suspect prosecutors are re visiting another deadly shooting in the officer's history WTOP is Meghan clarity has that Denise Roberts with the prince George's county state's attorney's office as a senior prosecutor is now pulling evidence to re visit the December twenty eleven case of thirty five year old Rodney Edwards death officer Michael one was never brought to trial for the killing which police say happened after install Edwards lying on the road stop to help him and shot him when he said Edwards was armed prosecutors say Edwards family ask them to revisit the case after learning now corporal O. N. is facing second degree murder charges in a deadly shooting Monday night charging documents say there was no evidence of a struggle between went in forty three year old William green who was handcuffed in the front seat when own shot him multiple times a judge ruled own will remain in custody on the murder charges Meghan clarity WTOP news five oh five local road built to save drivers time amid the post nine eleven security changes still has no police patrol and it's been more than five years since that rose opened after hard way connecting one of the busiest parts of route one Richmond highway to telegraph road crosses fort Belvoir property it opened in twenty fourteen to replace roads through the installation lockdown after nine eleven Fairfax county supervisor Dan stark says the Pentagon's yet to sign off on leading Fairfax county police stop speeders there though even the Virginia signed its end of the agreement in twenty sixteen frustrated supervisors are sending another letter to a Deputy Assistant Secretary of the army so the Ferris county police department can provide traffic enforcement and promotes safe driving and reduce speed supervisor chairman Jeff mackay public safety and endangerment issues the roads safe drivers a ten minute plus deter under the Fairfax county parkway are on ninety five Max Smith WTOP news Alexandria's first African American fire chief has been sworn in Cory Smedley served as the interim chief since last summer he took the oath last night he was permanently selected for the pope's lace last year Smedley joy the fire department in twenty fifteen after spending more than twenty years at the prince George's county fire department governor Larry Hogan is pushing again for Maryland school districts to start there year after Labor Day in twenty sixteen governor Larry Hogan issued an executive order mandating a post Labor Day start for all schools last year lawmakers reverse that and now the governor is trying again he announced his legislation that the board of public works meeting and got the support of comptroller Peter French show who said parents are confused by varying school calendars January February and March some ad hoc half day or full day off and they inexplicably arrived without any warning generally in Montgomery County the state's largest school district school calendars are set in December for example the twenty twenty one calendar was adopted on December third Kate Ryan WTOP news keep it here on WTOP after traffic and weather we will look at the most binge were the TV shows this winter it's five oh seven working in an okay job for an okay employer AT and T. we know that just okay is not okay AT and T. is where people come to invent the future that's been our legacy since the very beginning in everything we do we aim to set the pace for everyone else and we're looking for people like you to join our diverse and high performing team if you're a security cleared information technology professional in Virginia at DC and Maryland apply today go to a T. T. dot job slash cleared.

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

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"Have the illness and she says if you suspect you have it don't just go to the doctor call ahead Mike Morello WTOP news I'm the law can steam as with previous by restraints over the years part of the challenge for public health officials is better understanding it and any potential risk to the general public the CDC says the symptoms are fever cough and shortness of breath and symptoms can appear in as few as two days are up to fourteen days after exposure but the CDC is still studying how contagious the corona virus is only people who've been in close contact with infected person have gotten sick and while it's happened in China person to person spread has not been detected in the US and the CDC says the overall risk to the American public remains low the law can stay in W. T. O. P. knows some Amazon workers are publicly chastising their own mmhm company online they call themselves Amazon employees for climate justice a group of workers at the online giant who gathered three hundred employees to sign on to a statement critical of the company's record on climate change they did it in a post on the blog site medium the organizer say Amazon sent them letters that threatened to fire them if they continue to speak out publicly last year more than eight thousand staffers called on Amazon to cut its carbon emissions and end its use of fossil fuels Amazon says it's already made pledges vowing to use one hundred percent renewable energy by twenty thirty Steve Caton CBS news the widow of a North.

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

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"Of a big demonstration planned for early next week this morning to flush the cell W. T. O. P.'s Max Smith is covering on what's happening in Richmond this long weekend to start some background Monday is Martin Luther king junior day so it's a big day when the legislature is always in session so people call it lobby day people have the day off from work they go down to Richmond they hang out with their legislators and say Hey please do this for me well one of the things this year that's a big issue with the new democratic majority are a series of gun bills the Senate could actually pass some of its first gun bills and in this case the Virginia citizens defense week is one of the pro gun groups they've established a big rally scheduled for Monday and then it is kind of morphed into this bigger thing with people from across the country deciding they're gonna come there's a lot of threats based on false information online some people based on real concerns but some based on these false pieces online and so state police capitol police Richmond police and the governor say these credible threats against lawmakers and others have led to this state of emergency declared around the state capital and that does include new security measures for this weekend and Monday that include a ban on weapons in capitol square what's it going to mean for Monday's demonstration on how those pro second amendment protesters are demonstrators will try to get their points across it depends on where exactly everyone wants to go this ban applies only right in and around capital square if you're across the street it's unclear whether that would change anything about what you want to do it also doesn't change whether you can physically go there it just changes whether you could bring any weapons and that's far beyond guns you know anything like nun chucks anything like that and so it changes that but from a perspective of how many people are showing up state police do not and Capital please do not think this changes that still expecting thousands of people at minimum alright let's talk about a gender equality Max and the equal rights amendment which is poised to be ratified in Virginia by the full house and Senate but just because Virginia passes it doesn't mean we're going to have a national equal rights amendment does it correct the house of delegates voted to pass it Senate voted to pass of the Senate voted passed in past years this is the first time the house has voted so those resolutions have to cross over but in the next few days or week they will formally vote to ratify the amendment the problem for the supporters is there's a congressional deadline that was put on for decades beyond so it's unclear whether the states still have the ability to ratify it there's another question about whether all the states that did once ratify it are still holding up on that some tried to repeal that so ultimately all this means is that the lawsuits will be what ultimately.

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