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"wbal" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:55 min | 6 months ago

"wbal" Discussed on WTOP

"Afternoon, the FBI released new surveillance video of the person suspected of placing pipe bombs at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee and the Democratic National Committee here in the district, just a short distance away from the capital. Those devices were found January 6th not long before the storming of the capital, and it meant Capitol police officers were trying to respond to three emergencies at once. Let's find out more lives, CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge She joins us on Skype could have you back. Catherine, Thank you so much. I just always for having me. So talk about what stands out here in this newly released video. Well, this is extended video from security cameras and the image that really caught my attention eyes down just off of south capital. It appears to be outside. DNC and you see the suspect sitting on the bench, reaching into the backpack and then almost reaching down onto the ground, and I think that's the best evidence I've seen so far. That the planting of the device was in fact, on the evening of January 5th because I understand from my reporting here is CBS News that there has been some internal debate among investigators as to whether it was the evening of the fifth. Or on the morning of the six just before they were discovered. Catherine the video shows someone in a hoody with a mask on really tough to recognize. So what do investigators hope the public will get from that? Well, the importance of the video is that you really get a good look at how the person walks or their gate and I know that may not sound important, but I've got some military intelligence context. Who have spent their livings looking at surveilling people and watching how they walk, and you can tell a lot about an individual. It's almost like it's almost unidentified, her like your fingerprints, Everyone walks a little bit differently. And if you know the person you may recognize Their style of gate and that's one of the things the FBI is hoping for. And when does the FBI believe these devices were planted? Well, The FBI has said publicly that they believed they were planted on the evening of January 5th. And certainly this video that's been released today backs up that working theory of the case. The reason that's important is because, as you know, from our previous talks, they had 60 minutes timers on them. So it means if the devices were set and planted on the evening of the fifth They were set to explode on the evening of the fifth and may have been an effort to disrupt the electoral college certification, as opposed to being directly connected to the rights themselves, because think about it if there have been two explosions on the evening of the fifth It would have been a ring of steel in terms of security around the capital the following day. Hey, Catherine, Thanks so much. You're welcome, CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge who joined us on Skype..

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"wbal" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"wbal" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"World But first some of today's top stories the Supreme Court has granted the trump administration's request to halt the census count as an appeal plays out over a lower court's ruling that the count continue the administration asked the court for immediate relief after a lower court ordered account to continue until its original end date of October thirty first Commerce Department argued that the later deadline would prevent it from delivering the Nation's population count in time for its December Thirty First Deadline Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissented saying the shorten time could produce an inaccurate count. Illinois passes another grim milestone in this pandemic, more than nine thousand Illinois wins have now died from the corona virus. This comes as the state reports twenty, eight, hundred additional cases and twenty nine debts. The totals now stand at more than three hundred and twenty, four, thousand cases and nine thousand twenty, six deaths. The State's rolling positivity rate is four point, five percent. Additionally, the city has added updated or has updated its travel order to include Indiana North Carolina Rhode Island and New Mexico, there are now twenty five states and Puerto Rico on that list which requires travelers from those places to quarantine for two weeks upon their arrival to Chicago. And coming up in just a few moments, we'll hear from the doctors at top at the top of both the city and state health departments. As Chicago Public School parents anxiously await word on if and when schools will resume in person learning schools chief Janice Jackson says they'll have an answer soon but she in the mayor stop just short of saying just how soon they'll make an announcement and what it will sound like. As a matter of equity as well. what we know about this is that some students do very well in an environment like this because they have a lot of resources in support in order to make it work. But there are a lot of students in Chicago Public Schools Majority of our students that need an extraordinary amount of support in a regular setting and so making that work in this remote setting has been challenging. Jackson and the mayor announced the not Chicago Tomorrow Plan designed to increase diversity among the CPS teaching and triple the number of district grads at hires annually as teachers. Currently, seventy percent of CPS students are people of Color while fifty percents of the teaching staff is white, there's more on this story on our website. And there's another pritzker in the fight over the proposed graduate attacks amendment except this Pritzker is against the so-called fair tax the governor's cousin retired army Colonel Jennifer Pritzker seen here on our set last year has donated half a million dollars to the coalition to stop the proposed tax hike amendment in what is shaping up to be an expensive amendment campaign cranes reports the coalition against the amendment has raised just under fifty million dollars since since July while one in favor of it has raised about fifty, five million in the same timeframe most of it from governor pritzker himself. And now to Phil Ponce with a preview, the affordable care act case that set to be heard before the Supreme Court next month Phil. Brand is the fight over the nomination of Judge Amy. Coney Baruch to replace. Ruth Bader. GINSBURG on the Supreme Court is ongoing among fears expressed by Democrats. The worry that the conservative Barrett would vote to strike down the affordable care act. But today Barrett pushed back on the notion that she would be an automatic vote against the ACA. I have had no conversation with the president or any of his staff on how I might rule. In that case, it would be a gross violation of judicial independence for me to make any such commitment or for me to be asked about that case in how I would roll. I also think it would be a complete violation of the independence of the judiciary for anyone to put a justice on the court as a means of obtaining a particular result. Joining us now to talk about the Barrett hearing and the case before the Supreme Court. That could strike down the affordable care. Act Are Richard Epstein Professor Emeritus of law senior lecturer at the University of Chicago Wall School and Andrew Koppelman professor of law and Political Science at Northwestern University Gentlemen Thank you for joining us Andrew Koppelman could you just give us a statement of what the exact issue is in the case that will be before the Supreme Court? But go back to the earlier Obamacare Challenge National Federation of Independent Business Scibelli. As you'll recall that dot, the claim was that the requirement of shared responsibility payment for going without insurance was the people who challenged the statute said was unconstitutional Congress could not punish you for just going without insurance majority of the court agreed with that. But then Chief Justice Roberts, the swing vote ended up upholding the statute because the payment for going without insurance could be described as a tax and he said it does count as tax because it raises some revenue for the government that makes attacks. Then under trump, a subsequent congress changed the amount of the payment to zero. And so they're still nominally requirements to continue to have insurance, but the penalty for going without insurance is zero and. Why is that unconstitutional, arguably. It's not UNCON- wealth the.

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"wbal" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"wbal" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"All in one, you know, despite with Matt's time, and my producer, says, I think the Ravens can be competitive with Bangles on Sunday in Baltimore. I don't care what he says. Two or three issues percolating. We need your involvement in number one. Is that Kayleigh Mcenany, a frequent guest of the show is tested positive for covert 19. She's a fine woman, the presidential press secretary, So I put a call in the Hogan Gidley. Former press secretary. Now he's moved over to the campaign. He's the chief spokesman for the Trump campaign to talk about it. Everyone of the trump personnel now contracting covert 19. Is viewed by the mainstream media as an excuse to vote for Joe Biden. I contend that when you're close working quarters and you're an essential employees, and you're doing your job I'm not going to blame you. If you contract covert 19 is simply not the case. I'm not going to blame a doctor or a nurse or are fast food worker. I'm not going to blame a Clarke. I'm not going to blame you a truck driver and for some reason you contract Cove in 19. Because no one is guilty. No one is to blame if you contracted If matched time and would get it. I wouldn't blame him. Jack Crumley would get it. I might blame him. But segment Denison. I wouldn't blame him. I'd say, Hey, that's life. If you contract the flu or a cold or something of that character. If you have breast cancer, prostate cancer or heart disease. I'm not going to blame you. We deal with in a move on practically everybody in the White House is an essential employees that has to work. They could take the job Biden approach and simply go into a basement. I guess the president could have gone to Camp David in March and simply stayed there. But that's not the way the job works. The job. Calls for you to meet lots of people in different circumstances. And so it is what it is. But the media will uses is a cudgel Tell Take down the president now. Secondly, I woke up this morning after doing a great job last night on the radio, of course. I thought it was going to be a little more peaceful day than it's turned out. I got calls, and every morning I make five or six telephone calls to see what's happening to get ready for my show at noon, and I find out that there is a Racist flyer being mailed to many homes in Hamilton County, and I thought, OK, who put it out with the Ku Klux Klan? Was it the proud boys was Was that some right wing group No, it's paid for by the Ohio Republican Party. And so I said, Send me a copy of the Flyer. And the fire is meant to demean Alicia Reece, who, as you know, spent many years on City Council. She was a state legislator. She's not running for county commissioner against Andy Black. Oh, by the way is white and black is white. And so ah, the circular Says any meany miney Moe, Where will you Where will your tax dollars go? Well, it's upto elation that goes on and on. And so he says, she's going to use your tax dollars for reasons that you would not like. So I looked at it. I flipped a flier over and I said, Really, Was this intended to be racist? And for those who may not know like match time is way too young. That 80 meenie miney Moe. Catch a What? Which I grew up with Tiger by its toe. If it hollers let him go. Any meaning Money, Mo However, instead of the word Tiger For a long time. The end word was put in place of Tiger. Catch a Edward by the bias tone. If he hollers let him go. And so right now, Alicia res at one o'clock in about what 20 minutes, is holding a news conference. Saying. That By the way, I just got a text here. Iraqi boy, Min says Andy Black is joining him at three or five today. That's good. I am sure there's not a racist bone in any blacks body, however. Alicia Reece doesn't think the nursery rhymes appearance above her picture was accidental and accused Andy Black and Republicans. Like Rocky Boy Mint Republicans of racist tactics. Bree said that the official version of the rhyme is well known. Everyone knows it's a dog whistle, she says, using Donald Trump's tactics. That is not what we need here in Hamilton County. Nanny Black to be on with the rocket 305. In the Ohio Republican Party controlled by a good friend of mine. Said defendant the mailer and said there's no racist intent at all. Black says, quote If someone gets offended by it, in my opinion, that's a stretch. There's a much deeper history of that in one child's game. He declined further comment and said the high Republican Party spokesman, Evan made him called the accusation of racism, ridiculous. Ridiculous. Now, let's get into this. If you grew up in America. In the thirties, forties and fifties. It was common to use the end word I'm told, instead of the word Tiger or something else. If you're under the age of 45. Most likely that word has been scoured clean from public debate of every description, right? But Andy Black problem I would say I've never. I think I met him once, but I'm not sure I am somewhat certain he would not have done this except for the fact that he wanted to make some sort of rhythm attic rhyme That would make some sense where the laser Reese not meaning to imply racism. However, if you're a black voter in Rose line or an Avondale and this is mailed to your home, and they're 100 sent out. It appears from that perspective to be racist. So The the origins of the nursery rhyme. Dates back centuries. His origins are unknown. It may have come out of India where tigers were like quite present and I and then it was adopted throughout the centuries by each different culture to mean different things. I can recall it being used when I in the 19 fifties and sixties. And at times the N word was actually employed at that time, but it's not being done now in the 21st century. Obviously So.

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"wbal" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"wbal" Discussed on WJR 760

"Right now, Joe, we've got to Two questions. One caller one on a new washer one. An old washer from Curtis, Ohio. This is Jim. Good Morning, Jim. Thanks for calling. How may we help you? Yes, Thank you. Jo. I have a Kenmore series 100 washer and at the bottom, there's three settings. There's a drink. Drain spin a clean washer in a rinse spin. And does that clean washer actually do any good? I mean, I used the formula like you gave me with the vinegar works fine. I'm just wondering if that clean washer Actually please the washer. I understand how it works. You put a tablet in there said it on clean washer that really do any good. Almost makes me laugh really almost makes me laugh. Can you imagine? Putting a cycle that says clean my washer machine can can. Isn't that or the washing machine is it's a clean machine. Yeah, I think so. It does a lot of good for the manufacturers. As far as I'm concerned, it just added $50 of the cost of the washer when you bought it. I haven't something else on the council. To call a feature. Because that's the truth about major home appliances. The more features you have the Maury, you're going to spend what's wrong with the old theory of The less there is the less to go wrong. Yes, that's exactly what I replaced this. That's what the serviceman pony get one with the least complicated exactly. You're better off. Exactly. The more there is, the more there is to go wrong and vice versa. Yes. Okay. Thank you for that information here. Welcome. My other question is Up in our cabin. We have an old Maytag rear washer. Do you really? Yes. And we still use it. We have a double tub. We ration. We rented twice and we hang it out on the lung. It's really nostalgic. Actually. Yes, and we love it. The question I have is, Is there one motor that works? The ringer, the agitator and the pump that pumps the old water out, Or is it a gear backs? Well, that's a gear box to the ringer. That comes up the arm there. Okay? Yes, That's a gear box, and that's run by the motor. There's only one motor on that machine. It was the best washing machine for wash ability factor. Ever made. Is your tub round or square? Round. Yeah, well, then they came along with the square tub. And the square tub even gave you a better wash because the agitator beat too close, And so did the four corners square corners of the tub. I mean, nothing washed clothes like that. And today with the cheapness of the garment industry. You could really destroy your clothes very quickly by putting him in those machines. But they still wash better than anything else. Yes, the history behind this machine to show you how well made they were. My neighbor next door. Older gentleman used this washer him and his wife on the res. Five kids at it when when the kids were grown, and they got a new washer, they gave it to one of their daughters who used it. Watch WBAL uniforms, Okay, And then she gave it to us, and we still use them. It works great. Oh, well, that's nice to hear this story and Congratulations for owning one of the because not every and every family or very few have And you know the fire department love those old miss those old Wringer washer because they do all their cloths and rags and so forth. You know, Jim, that's very nice to hear that this morning and you brighten my day. Thanks so much. Thank you, Jo. Take care. You too. Bye. Bye bye. Love to hear Jim kicking it old school with a rare washer. That's cool. Earlier, You talked with a listener from no Vai Gio and helped him out with a question regarding the dryer igniter problem he was having. You asked him to call back and no sooner said than done. He's on the line from no Vai, This is Paul. Good morning again, Paul. Thanks for calling back. Yeah, it's your engineer. Anyhow, I went and I have Ah, alligator clip. Uh, you know where so I'd just shorted the two Ah, yeah, the flame sensor and turned the thing that God and nothing yet. Okay, Now we go to the Thermostats, Okay? On We go to the centrifugal switch your engineering and your meters and everything. And you're testing this and that you led me to the scent. Perfecto switch on the motor. Yeah, I was wondering, Is it okay to like short yellow wire to ground? To see if I can bypass the centrifugal force that switch right now. Yeah, sure You could do that. Okay? I don't know what I didn't know what the other side you know when? When it went through that switch. What the other side if it went to ground or some something else, I wasn't sure I don't think you're going to hurt anything there. Okay. And then the next question is, let's say that that's it because I'm pretty sure that's it. What do you have to take the motor out? Or what do you have to do to fix that now? Some of those switches on some motors come out. All they do, you know, So take a look at that. Okay, look for the little screws holding it in place. And if my if not You have to end up buying the whole motor. That's that's how Oh, no, I don't know how old it is that I think it's like 20 years old. Maybe Maybe I wasn't the original owner of it, so I don't know. But it was in the basement for a while not being used, and then I fired it up. And Ah, you know, and I'm having these troubles with it. So watch how much watch how much money you spend on repairing it. Okay. Ah, anyway to shake it loose or spray some kind of oil in there. No. No mechanism that does this, right? Yeah, exactly traipse a certain speed. And Well, Paul, I have no doubt you're going to fix this thing. OK, I'll go back and let you know I want you to call me back or email me or tell me I want to know I'll be thinking about you all week. Okay. I got your e mail. So, Yeah. Okay. Thanks a lot. Thank you very much. Thank you. Kill. The good news is the blowtorch signal of W. J. R is doing its job and blasting into Ohio this morning as it should problem is, it's reached a listener who is not having such success with the bottom part of his refrigerator. Which is not cooling. This is Rick Good morning wrecked. Thanks for calling and tell me about your problem this morning. Don't you? Again. A Frigidaire Refrigerators is three years old. I've been.

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"wbal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"wbal" Discussed on KCRW

"The moment and not think about okay, but in a year and 1/2 when there's a vaccine Are we going to want to have basically driven every small business in the country under on in order to keep unemployment benefits high and to keep the school's closed. Christine to your point about that. If we want people back into the labor force, wages should be higher. I mean, in principle, I'm certainly in favor of higher wages. I just see two concerns about that is as a Touchstone for the policy about how unemployment insurance should be structured in the long run. One is that When you add on the enhanced unemployment benefit to what a typical minimum unemployment benefit would be in a lot of states, you're talking about replacing something like 18 or $19 an hour, which is higher than even the minimum wages were tending to see set in some of the high income high wage cities in the country. So I'm not sure that as a national policy, you could say that you know that it's not a concern if that employers can't hire somebody at less than that, in the long run now again. I think that they're factors other than the amount of the unemployment benefit their time limited for the individual, even if they're continuing in an ongoing basis, So it's not that people just sit and collect these checks forever. It's not that it's impossible to hire people, but I think that it can't just be that all wages should be higher than that benefit. The other thing is that we're likely come out of this in a relatively weak economy. We've had the last few years of economic policy debates. With a relatively tight labor market. Where if you say Well, you know, just tell employers to pay more, and they'll do it. That's been largely true. As we climb out of the recession that we've been through, I think for at least some, you know for a couple of years. That approaches and isn't going to work because then a lot of employers will just decide not to hire. Now again. I think that you know we're a little ahead of ourselves in this debate. Because this is this is a question, basically, for you know, optimistically eight months from now, But it is a question that we will have to address then and that we probably should address in advance of then given what we've seen about how slow state of unemployment agencies are to adjust when you give them new rules to implement Yeah, absolutely Right. As I said, That is definitely a future question. I think that this overtopping of even a $15 minimum wage, as you point out does seem, you know, primed and purpose to set off the extreme pandemic disincentive on when there is not a pandemic disincentive than it certainly makes sense of that extra money will not be a strictly necessary That's what I do think that we have to remember that you know, A weak economy is made up. Not of just, you know, closing businesses, but people, people who do not have money to spend two, you know, cannot go out on interact in the world as consumers or even as producers, people you know who cannot stay in their houses. If we want to have a strong economy, we can't just plunge. Ah, huge number of Americans into poverty, You know, removing any wage subsidy and you know, pushing them further back and then say, Go out, Spend get things moving. They need to have something to spend. They need to have some security that makes it seem like they can go out and participate in the economy. Because that is, in fact, what keeps businesses moving. What brings people back out into the world? If they're not able to do that, then the economy is going to be a nonstarter. Megan. So what do you you say You're worried that a lot of restaurants and bars aren't going to reopen? I assume, presumably not. Because unlike you know, maybe mall retail will a lot of it will go away all together. We're gonna have restaurants and bars in the future. But I see what you're pointing to is It's hard for a business to last through a year of lost revenue, and so the specific businesses will fail. What What do you do about that? I mean, Christine, I think makes a good point that supporting consumer demand, which the law has done a good job of doing over the last few months, Consumer spending has actually been surprisingly strong household savings have been good. I don't know if that will continue if the unemployment benefits aren't extended in the manner that that that they have been given out so far. But so I mean, you could do that support from the consumer side. But what is the policy look like to keep those businesses a float? To the extent possible means one key example. You have. The airlines got this big bailout from the federal government. Basically runs through September 30th. Now United American are coming back, saying We'll do this for several more months cause we're not ready to come back yet. Do you want the government handing aid to specific companies to say, basically lets keep you afloat until things get back? More to normal for you? That's a really hard question. For conservatives. I was certainly an advocate of of temporary bridge loans. You know, my idea was like you fund 90% of business operation expenses provided that they keep 95% of their payroll. But so when you say loans, you mean loans that they would have to pay backward or for Liveable grants. You know, it never happened. So it was sort of irrelevant, right? We did do some of these loans. They haven't worked out very well for a number of reasons. We've done hundreds of billions of dollars of that through the PPP program for small businesses. Yeah, and I think it I think it has helped. But I think it's you know, a restaurant can't keep going and paying rent for 18 months if there is no restaurant. I think that there were ways that we could have been more creative and trying to help you know, restaurants like shift. Their business model of the restaurants have often been very creative and figuring out new things that they could do I I just don't know if it's enough. I don't know exactly what we could have done if we didn't get the pandemic response, right? And that is that you my assumption in March, when I was advocating these things was that there was some sort of base level competence that someone would kind of step forward that Donald Trump would not continued. It undercut his own virus control policies for no reason that I have ever been able to discern. Um and so I had presumed that we would have a more experienced more like France. More like you know, it's even Spain or Italy, but that eventually there would come a point where it was largely under control. And we could start putting the economy back together any relatively short time frame. And that is the opposite of what happened. I mean, Christine Megan notes that it's a tough question for conservatives. Whether the government should sort of shovel money to subsidize business is to get through this. I I don't think just tough question for conservatives. I think it's also a tough question. For liberals and the answer to the question depends in part on how much money you're going to shovel to them. And how long you're gonna have to do it for There are things that you know, if you say Well, it's a three month month crisis. We're going to bridge you for three months that that might make sense. But if you're gonna have to do it for a year Maybe maybe it's no longer affordable. Or maybe it's no longer sensible. I mean, I go back to the example of the airlines. We gave $25 billion or Congress appropriated $25 billion for grants to keep airlines out of bankruptcy. That was that the request not just of management, but if the employee unions who wanted to retain their jobs who did not want their contracts to be avoided in a bankruptcy. On 25 billion was a lot of money. But now that money is spent, and Theo Airlines are in no position to return to normal business in the fall, and so do you give them another $25 billion. When you look at the P P P program for small businesses, I think you know as making notes, there's some restaurants for whom the terms didn't work. There are other small businesses. Whose businesses were not necessarily impacted that much in the PPP grants were sort of a windfall to the owners. And so it seems like there are economic benefits to shoveling this money out, But it's It's a lot of money, often to people who are already relatively wealthy, and a lot of it is is not very well targeted. It's like you know, we talked about the school district's whether the aid will be well targeted. I mean, we've given a lot of aid to businesses, which is not necessarily well targeted. And we've sort of recognize that in a crisis like this, some of the aides not going to be well targeted. Of course, I mean, you're running in government government do in fact, have budgets money. Is not actually a fake thing. Although you know sometimes sounds like it is especially in times like these, but I'm always I'm always look vaguely amused and disappointed by conservatives and Republicans,.

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"wbal" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"wbal" Discussed on WTOP

"Han told WBAL radio he's not sure limiting the number of people on beaches will even be possible not like entering a stadium warriors one gate R. two gates or something we could probably very very hot then it probably be impossible but you know I think most people have will be become aware of what the situation is and how serious it is you know when I go out and about in this area anyway I watch people social distance I've watched people wearing masks I've watched people making sure they're conscious of others and if we can all take that approach as we move forward you know hopefully we can self regulate man adds there still may be some swimming restrictions and he does not have a specific time line on when restaurants in the Ocean City area will be able to open back up the out of the way in the system has been hazardous lately with a huge spike in crashes many of which involve trucks and it has transportation leaders into forces looking for solutions ten crashes since March fifteenth in the exact same spot of the outer loop of the beltway going over I. two seventy many more crashes near there have also led to increased enforcement by Maryland state police and yet continues to occur that's correct Shipley with Maryland state police who says stepped up enforcement will continue you'll also see more warnings on overhead signs and police have also reached out and started sending alerts through an app that approaching truckers use warning them about insignificant curves in the road but there's been a number of commercial vehicle driving crashes in that area and while the state contemplates long term solutions Shipley says a lot of this has to do with driver behaviour jondo men WTOP news a well known CNN anchor has some good news of his own he is a father Anderson Cooper made the surprise announcement at.

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"wbal" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"wbal" Discussed on WTOP

"Governor Larry Hogan state recovery plan the mayor says he wants to do so without social distancing restrictions me Hansel WBAL radio he's not sure limiting the number of people on beaches would even be possible not like entering the stadium warriors one gate R. two gates or something we could probably very very costly and it probably be impossible but you know I think most people have will be become aware of what the situation is and how serious it is you know when I go out and about in this area anyway I've watched people social distance card watch people wearing masks I watched people making sure they're conscious of others and we can all take that approach as we move forward you know hopefully we can self regulate me and that is that there are still some swimming restrictions and he does not have a specific timeline for when restaurants will be able to open back up governor Larry Hogan says there are now at least two hundred seventy nine confirmed cases of covert nineteen among poultry plant workers in the state ACDC field team is working with local health officials in the Delmarva peninsula including in Virginia and Delaware as well as Maryland to make sure that workers are protected a car that crashed into the sea you know canalis night setting off an hours long search for the driver was apparently the results of the man following faulty GPS directions easy fire and EMS were called to the scene okay now Thursday night after eight o'clock the report of a car partially submerged in the canal near chain Bridge Road photos and videos tweeted by the fire department show the white sedan about waist high water near the banks of the canal but a search of the car they couldn't find anybody US park police told WTOP the driver was found several hours later walking along the nearby Clara Barton parkway he was not hurt police say had not been drinking man told police his GPS directed him on to the capital crescent trail near the Alexandria adequate Oct then travel along the bike trail which runs parallel to the canal for about three miles or his car wound up in the canal let's get a check on Wall Street and here's just play ball the Dow is down five hundred ninety six point C. as a P. five hundred index is down two point eight percent money news in ten minutes on WTOP ports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda here's Jonathan Warner in a normal world the nationals would be starting a six game homestand tonight against the Reds followed by the D. backs the B. thirty games into their schedule instead when where and how they begin play is anyone's guess and manager Dave Martinez doesn't want to play that game right now everything is just speculation and I don't I don't want to just wrap my day around just speculation you know I'm very optimistic that we will have baseball so every day I wake up I try to focus on where the guys are rad right now what we need to do to prepare for season until that happens daily does a daily forty minute peloton ride and works on his three hundred and fifty acre farm outside Nashville according to an analysis by ESPN with pro sports on hiatus they will eventually lose twelve billion dollars in revenue and that could double if the NFL and college football seasons are canceled in addition to hundreds of thousands of jobs would be affected from stadium workers TV networks and even sports complexes the Redskins declined the fifth year option on linebacker Reuben foster's contract making him a free agent after next season foster has yet to suit up for the skins they claimed him off waivers on November twenty eighteen right after he was cut by the forty Niners first series of off the field incidents then he tore a knee ligament and his first practice with the Redskins sidelining him all of last year the second right basketball player in North Carolina has decided to skip college and enter the NBA draft Josh hall had committed to NC state after graduating from high school last year he did post graduate work at a prep school in Durham North Carolina at the age of nineteen is now eligible to turn pro becoming the fourth top prospect in a week the bypass college ball Jennifer Warner VTO peaceful ending up on W. T. O. P. a person found dead in a parking garage in a fire there in temple hills it's two forty seven many of our friends and neighbors are in need of food or medicine right now but can't leave their homes to pick it up the whole Hank to dealer ships want to help call Paul Hecker delivers at two four zero six seven three zero four three four and will send a driver to pick up and deliver your prepaid essential items to elderly sick and at risk individuals at a health care providers first responders and essential workers on the front line of defense call the help line now two four zero six seven three zero four three four full hanker delivers it's two forty eighths traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks major southbound delays on I. ninety five through Stafford county stop and go beyond exit one forty the new exit for Stafford courthouse down to Falmouth beyond business seventeen before the Rappahannock river bridge the crash and the recovery of the tractor trailer blocking the left lane two right lanes been getting by significantly slow southbound on ninety five a truck ended up in the work site for the new Rappahannock river crossing northbound unaffected toward route seventeen on the lane shift look for significant bail out on route one south of courthouse south center port south of route seventeen on route one across that Rappahannock crossing Maryland interlude the emergency road work about fruit for Pennsylvania Avenue completed all lanes are open there toward Alexandria across the Wilson bridge stick with the through lanes very slow in the locals across the Wilson bridge and Alexandria serious crash fire rescue police response blocks the left side under route one across the gore a single file the right getting high it is possible that Maryland state highway authorities divert traffic out of the local lanes on the Maryland side of the Woodrow Wilson bridge but that will take time it's not clear that that's necessary yet in the district hi to ninety five DEC two ninety five couple of single lane closures for works on south boundaries capital street south on your sibling parkway near the new exit for Suitland parkway into Maryland and Baltimore Washington parkway northbound your for ten it is a single file getting by the purple line work on ninety five between College Park and Baltimore no delays but he's found in Ellicott city toward Baltimore it is slow on I. seventy east of route twenty nine the crash with at most only a single file getting bites southbound Frederick fifteen your model Avenue one lane gets behind fifteen south down past the ongoing road work from battlefield boardroom American military university educates those who serve and he was affordable tracks top faculty and fits your career goals push your mind and you online dot com Dave Jill dying WTOP traffic now you starting for forty four cast list again with Mike Stanford and right now the rate are fairly quiet sing a light shower near the front royal area and is it a couple of the service comes over the next several hours and I said shower thunderstorm is possible most of us will stay rain free.

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"wbal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"wbal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Spread of the coronavirus in Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker announcing the creation of a command center coronavirus temporarily shutting down the casinos in the state of Massachusetts and president trump did get tested for the corona virus what happened there he spent most of the week saying he did not need to be tested he did get tested and the results are in the president has insisted he didn't meet the test White House doctors gave him one after pictures show the president in close contact with others who have been exposed to covert nineteen the White House reporting the president tested negative as a CDC rushes to get millions of test kids to other Americans in the field ABC news Washington in Miami city mayor Francis Suarez announcing he has tested positive for covert nineteen calls for him to be screened to came after county department of public health officials discovering he had been in close contact with someone who also tested positive for the virus the mayor spoke with ABC news yesterday saying he felt it was his responsibility to come forward and raise awareness so I was very shocked initially but then I realized quickly that I had to go public with the information because I come into contact with a lot of people and I want to inform them Florida health officials now say there are one hundred twenty two positive cases across the state hundreds of travelers returning from overseas last night met with long lines and extended wait times at multiple airports around the country Chicago's o'hare JFK in New York Dallas fort worth as it is reporting wait stretching into several hours while in customs because of increased screenings many of those returning from Europe following the travel ban announced by president trump earlier the week Texas resident Dorothy Lowe spoke with ABC while waiting in a three hour customs line in Dallas and says she's surrounded as far as she can see thank Y. dating back back by acting department of homeland security secretary general says federal officials are aware of these long lines for passengers and they are working to add more screening capacities in order to expedite the process many schools round these parts will be closed for the next number of weeks down under a very different philosophy on schools closing their doors Australia's prime minister says critical personnel doctors nurses first responders have kids as well and forcing kids to stay home would increase the risk of a widespread failure of the nation's health care system prime minister Scott Morrison said according to the experts he's spoken to keeping schools open is the right thing to do what made my same many intuitive there is very good reasons why you would not be moving to broad scofflaws is all schools that could actually make the situation worse not better and the prime minister does say individual schools have the right to close if they find they need to potential concerns involving big money I'm covered nearly one hundred fifteen million dollars went to twenty seven board members of the university of Maryland medical system or businesses associated with them or associated with a family member says a state audit the audit says it has not established of the transactions were improper former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh a former board member received half a million dollars for her healthy Holly children's books she pleaded guilty last year to federal charges of conspiracy and tax evasion it was sentenced to three years in prison university med system says it agrees that some policies are flawed and its new board will address that chucks Iverson ABC news Saint Patrick's day is two days away and something else Irish to celebrate as the dance show river dance marks its twenty fifth anniversary this year ladies and gentlemen it stopped its way to international fame during the nineteen ninety four Eurovision Song Contest TV extravaganza and the next day the producers decided to turn the six minute Irish step dancing routine into a full blown to our show at its peak river dads had three separate companies touring Europe the Americas and Asia Amy may Dolan who stars in our current production knows why it is Irish people's confidence it was like we have something that's very factual and thanks to present to the board Deborah Rodriguez CBS news it.

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"wbal" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"wbal" Discussed on WTOP

"Connected to one person former state police firearms expert Joseph comparator he took his own life in two thousand seven when it was discovered he had lied about his credentials that sparked a case review now there's a new review because it's been found he for some documents Maryland deputy public defender Becky Feldman tells WBAL TV the cases need to be scrutinized if there was not a lot of other evidence presented and Paris testimony was critical are significant and those are the cases we will be challenging about fifty fours documents have been found so far Kyle Cooper WTOP news arrest is been made and harassment case at the university of Maryland it involved a student who received anti semitic messages on her cell phone back in December police say the messages were sent because of her religious beliefs twenty four year old require Bob Dylan the plate as been charged with electronic arrested and hate crime charges Frederick County working hard to recreate the conditions of enslaved people in that city facial reconstruction on to enslave people who worked at the cop talked and furnace will be unveiled on March fourteenth in the delta plane arts center Lizabeth comer says they are shedding light on the county's dark heritage the memory of their work and their contribution was lost and through the science and the art of forensic facial reconstruction we're able to bring two of these individuals back to a state where people can can actually look at their faces and begin to understand what their lives may have been like and what their contributions were to the United States again both worked at the Coshocton furnace the Smithsonian using a cat scan of their original schools one of a woman in her thirties in a war he was about fifteen or sixteen when he died the remains were discovered back in the seventies work on a nearby road uncovered a long forgotten cemetery scans were then used to create a three really mold which was used to make the final bust what what could be a long lost cemetery has been uncovered under a row house in Georgetown takes a fair amount of energy looking into the documentary record sealed newspaper records who are the people discovered during renovations to this Q. street Georgetown row house there are at least four sets of remains but age gender stature and drinks are undetermined we're working with the Smithsonian and physical anthropologist on that district.

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"wbal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"wbal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Deeper and deeper and deeper the more I look into this if you miss this earlier this is such a weird story it started to go viral on Facebook and I guess people started posting Hey people in white vans or kidnapping young girls and snatching them up and getting them involved in human trafficking and then like selling body parts it's like this is the same story that has people freaked out and aware more than they generally are over these creeper vans that might be driving by the neighborhood was specifically white vans so everybody's looking out for that I guess the mayor of Baltimore even fell for this and and set it during an interview can you see if you can find this is names Bernardi Yang in Baltimore mayor as city made the comment during an interview with WBAL TV and he said like he he was acting as if he got intelligence on this but it was really just this thing that he fell for two years well of fell for this I think I might have found this you have over there yes okay it is loading up right now we'll see what they say because there this is like goes far deeper than I had imagined and all of these different people it can't be a hundred percent an accurate I'm sure there's a precedent that you know with the start of this whole creeper van thing their actual creepers the drive those vans yeah but the what the the thing is talking about specifically I there's been no reports of this like there hasn't been anybody imagine I got over here too I don't know what's happening to those dementors the only one that doesn't have a had everybody has been me let's hear the mayor of Baltimore feeding it did this in getting more more people upset about these vans that are allegedly the capturing people taking people and do you selling body parts and stuff here it is and this is a story many of us have heard before a mysterious white van being used to adopt young women but this time Baltimore city mayor Jack young is saying it is people need to be aware it could happen the governor learned of it has to happen is live at city hall with the disturbing details Vanessa Amir Jack on made that comment about a suspicious white van during an interview this afternoon take a listen to what he said.

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"wbal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"wbal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Young America's foundation ninety nine out of a hundred of the top universities have liberals or those who identify as liberal as their speakers. But not so at liberty Joan in Manassas, you had the veep. Liberty graduation. Actually, we live streamed in our graduates, we had a medical school graduate and an master's degree graduate, and they were later much later in the day, we livestream Mike Pence, and he was amazing. And the, the response that liberty was amazing. And that's liberty university. Yes, see. And so I mean, that's and that's what happens when you make a choice to go to school like that, that has a perspective and point of view that actually is in keeping with your politics, you're going to get commencement addresses that also fit the Bill. That's great. We had another daughter got a PHD a few years ago from university of Chicago and they had to hold on. They had to hold me back at that one. That's speaker was just outrageous. He, he spoke about fuel energy and how horrible it was. And I guess he didn't know that university of Chicago was built. Tycoons. That's right. I know I've visited Rockefeller Israeli, excuse me. Joe? That's great. Todd in Lexington park. Go ahead. Todd, you're on WBAL. Hi. Larry. Hey. Thirty seconds. My oldest son's graduating from college.

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"wbal" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"wbal" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"According to the WBAL rankings number one is kgab Rutto Ramirez guy fight number two NPR three Bozell buys off from Germany another guy name league from the United States. Mike Lee the never heard of. I think my lease that, dude. Somebody's about the fight. Mike Lee right now, you're seven Barreiro limit seven. He's notable cappelli number nine. He's notable. I've been calling out your nonstop and Kovolev here's for years come on, man. And by that are bidding. That's what I'm saying. Don't even got to shove a rain ski kid like it shouldn't be okay for you, Mike. 'cause when you got understand now, you went to a fight, and you seem people watching you. They listen to the things you say, you gotta be careful you do it for fun. Sometimes you do get under my skin. But it ain't right? This ain't the route is not fit. It's not fit by man all about politics. But what you know? And I was show is to teach we'd've voice of the people. Absolutely. Oxen. We divorced politics of boxing when that boat, but but we can't sit here, and and like those things don't exist. Like just throw them to the side. We not activated on his what we what we doing selling the people our people the truth and the truth is he don't belong in the ring until he proves he could belong. It's not fair to the rest of the people proven they belong. They he gets a shot. So he can't prove that he belongs against a champion. Not by skipping the top ten everybody in the chat confirm that he ducked. All those names. I said, bro, you the only one not saying you're your own Doug on duct. Those name. I don't think Boise at him is a big big finding. I don't think why does why does it got to be. So you telling me, Markus Brown. Four comfy you it was big. What about when he top dog time Willis was that big because he was not out before markets. Fight him. Why are on different levels? Yawn. Nigga got to be big in order to get in the fucking ring. He can't get in with somebody decent unless oh, it's a big fight. Or it's not a big fight. Come on. The better be was getting in with people. It wasn't a big fight you need names on a resume. He's going to name with with Coppola. I don't understand guy. I'm gonna get a named Mike. No one's going to say he's getting a name the problem that I have seeing. Seeing I'm seeing in the in the chat to you guys saying awful what? Hey, hey, y'all. Hey, y'all the problem is that there's no hey on yard. It's been screaming lines in the yards screaming all of this stuff might. But he's not for anyone ten. That's the that's the only. I don't I'm support his I'll even want him to win. I'm from the UK. He's from the UK. I want him to win. But my issue is that if loses I understand that people are going to say yard he can rebuild. You can come back just Cannella off the mail of if he can come back. But my is that he can't then say you've been fighting people are better than sea bed and kind of doing some of these and then go and lose and think that we're gonna through sorry for you. He won't get that sympathy over here. He won't get any losing his another blueprint, right? When Joe Smith junior stepped on a scene, he was knocking dudes out. But he was fighting opponents that are not worth mentioning he had one domestic level New York fight will resume ski where was in ski is a firefighter sign. Lou dibella decent level guy that if you can't beat you. Not good Joe. Smith junior blue collar guy. You know, he's a union worker. So for New York City, Lou dibella being promoted that was the perfect domestic type of fight similar to yard and somebody from the UK would be in. So now's the fighter fighter versus the blue one hundred thousand fans on their feet. A hush falls over the stadium in the waning seconds of the game. Amidst the silence.

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"wbal" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"wbal" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Hey, man, you want to give anybody a tough fight salute. Keith Thurman for coming back gets a tough as opponent, the motherfucker riverside rocky come on Mike Garcia, who do you? Guys got Mike. You're con- riverside rocky or Kahn come on that. And then look remember when fucking Floyd WBAL title from pack yell. Bob Arum, had to go take that shit away from them. I think of you know, they don't wanna pay no sanctioning fees, just go. And then, you know, come on, man. And then look fucking what else? What else I got so much to say? 'cause I'm a real fan, man. I we we've been going back the Godley may with got me whether who wants to be so. We know the politics, man. But what else what else now? Mike brainois? Hey, hey. And then to TV see on FOX mine. That's you're gonna it's already a monster bowl looking at the last three card we've had on. I mean, if I mean Tripathi obviously, go for the goal for the gay goal for the guaranteed money. Abo- is gonna be broke. He wait for like pay per view to see the numbers, but come on, man. You don't think they're gonna show fucking spent Garcia commercials during the Super Bowl, man. Yeah. That's a good. Well. I wanna I wanna see Charles versus he come on. I mean, the canal is cool, but I don't really want to third quite if it happens. All right, cool. That's cool. But I wanna see him Charles. They..

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"wbal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"wbal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Brett Hollander show WBAL NewsRadio ten nine Baltimore station. WBAL warehouse Brett Hollander was critical of Ann Coulter for demanding. That the president not give an inch to get the government reopened. I don't think it's helpful. I don't think she's right on most of the things she says, Dan, a caller named Tawana said, it's all part of the president's plan to get his cancelled state of the union address back on the schedule. Maybe we can go ahead and plan, and he can still get his state of the union through then he can come back and play his Trump card shut the government down or do the state of emergency. That's the way. I'm okay now west to Omaha in station, KFA B and mid day host Chris Baker. He put it this way to his audience did the president cave or did he punt callers gave different answers to that question? Baker himself said the president punted in an attempt to improve his field position in the debate. He continued with the football allergy. But I'm also going to say this he had to punt because his offense of line, which would be Republicans suck. They're horrible. Quote me on that. And so we did all of this. Of course is just a snapshot of some immediate reaction to yesterday's news. The president's base seems to be giving him room to maneuver at least for the next three weeks. Don, gonyea, NPR news, Washington..

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"wbal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"wbal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hollander show, WBAL NewsRadio. Ten ninety is Baltimore station. WBAL warehouse Brett Hollander was critical of Ann Coulter for demanding. That the president not give an inch to get the government reopened. I don't think it's helpful. I don't think she's right or most of the things she says, Dan, a caller named to wanna said it's all part of the president's plan to get his cancelled state of the union address back on the schedule. Maybe we can go ahead and plan, and he can still get his state of the union through thin. He could come back and play his Trump card shut the government down or do the state of emergency. That's the way now west to Omaha and station K B and mid day host Chris Baker. He put it this way to his audience did the president cave or did he punt callers gave different answers to that question? Baker himself said the president punted in an attempt to improve his field position in the debate. He continued with the football analogy, but I'm also going to say this he had to punt because his offensive line, which would be Republicans suck. They're horrible. Quote me on that. And so we did all of this. Of course is just a snapshot of some immediate reaction to yesterday's news. The president's base seems to be giving him room to maneuver at least for the next three weeks. Don, gonyea, NPR news, Washington..

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"wbal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"wbal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Plus, we'll hear from the ladies of WBAL about masculinity. We might even get Thisiis take on that. But right now, I'm asking you. Do you need help with your arguments with your rhetorics debating skills over the wall issue over the border issue? It all comes down to what they mean by border security and win the person you're debating says walls, don't work will you've won the argument in my mind. You tell me what issues you have Brian in Virginia like this, Brian you're on W A L, thanks for calling our area. How are you? I'm well. Thank you. How's that debate going with your democrat friends? Very good wife, and I just kinda awestruck Ritchie where we go. Just like. Like. I don't know what to say. I mean, I I don't know Jesus. I'm having a debate with somebody, and they come at me and say would Jesus build the wall. I would I stop and say, let's an interesting question would Jesus fund Planned Parenthood. Because because if we're going to start writing our laws based on the Christian doctrine, which the last thing I last time, I checked Democrats weren't interested in that. They only pick and choose Jesus they like, but, but if that's the case, let's let's go all the way. Let's not just do a cafeteria go. I like when Jesus says this that I agree with. But I don't like when Jesus, you know, protects the unborn. I would I say that. But Secondly, I would say I'm sorry, you're being historically inaccurate here. Because Jesus lived in a time where there were walls protecting the city of Jerusalem, you better believe it. In fact, there's a whole lot of walls in the bible from enemies, you protect your family, and you protect your loved ones from enemies, and we live in this world as Christians. Yes. But but but there's nothing in my understanding of any churches instructions of the gospel and the New Testament that suggests that we don't also have the right to have our own nation and protect. Checked our nation fr- for plenty of reasons. I don't see Jesus saying that nations in this world aren't free to protect themselves and look out for their own interests. So when they say what Jesus build the wall what they're really saying. Is there are really really poor and destitute and troubled people on the other side of that wall in Jesus would care about them. I do too. I care about those people too. And one of the way. One of the ways I express my care for them is to not give them an enticement to come in on that treacherous journey where they're being exploited where they're being sexually assaulted and where they're being used as props for drug cartels and human smugglers. If we build that wall that will cut down on a bunch of that enticement and a bunch of that that allure that right now, we're putting all of these people in danger. Right there. That's that's just. You're right there. Bryan. Thank you for that. Thank you. I appreciate it. And listen, I when whenever a liberal does that I I'm sorry. I'm not going to stand behind any man in the in the in the invoking of Jesus for their political purposes. Frankly, I, you know, I'm a deep believer in Christianity. And I never use Jesus to prove a political point, nor should you. It's they don't care what Jesus believes these people. Otherwise, they would be standing shoulder to shoulder with us at the March for life. They only use Jesus as a political weapon to appeal to you. It's despicable Paul Herndon. You're next up on wwl. How's that conversation going about the border wall, Paul? Hey, larry. I hope this is an indication of locking my masculinity. But these conversations are really difficult to have. I mean, I personally and surrounded by liberals because I I really don't have any conservative friends. Yeah. You can say fax, and you can bring up facts. But really they're not against the wall. They're just against anything. Trump the saying I had some in-laws over and instead of facts, I said, well, let's just listen. And I called them video of the audiotape. I'm sure you've played it of Chuck Schumer. I think it was around two thousand and ten or something standing at some podium talking about how important it was. Yes. Bragging about how he had just voted for border security and a border wall because the troubles of illegal immigration. Yeah. A couple of minutes into the video and the audio. I just said, okay. Turned that off. Well, that's pretty effective then Paul and you're right. Listen the crux of it does end up being anti-trump.

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Jose And Lemon Shangqiu discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

SportsCenter AllNight

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Jose And Lemon Shangqiu discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

"Three thousand facility, lemon Shangqiu unanimous decision over Jose draws a unified the WPA in WBAL world, lightweight title short to knocked out in the eleventh round, become unified chant.

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New mother tested positive for opiates after eating poppy seed bagel

WBZ Morning News

04:06 min | 3 years ago

New mother tested positive for opiates after eating poppy seed bagel

"And other hot humid day good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now too high stakes elections. One for a house seat in Ohio the other for governor. Of Kansas are too close to call although President Trump claimed, victory, on, Twitter last, night for Ohio Republican Troy balder. Sohn tough news for Red Sox nation this morning as announcer Jerry Remmy is facing another battle with cancer Rambis fought that disease for a decade finishing a round of treatment earlier this year and. An overnight house fire in Dorchester leaves one, person displays a firefighter suffered minor injuries battling that blaze. On ash bond street and other news the search is continuing for the driver of a car. That struck a bicyclists in Jamaica plain. The Senate. Was caught on another drivers dashcam WBZ's Ben Parker tells us the victim's family has plenty of questions and concerns the father of the twenty year old woman injured in a hit and run crash on monday says he can't believe the driver of the car involved didn't see her today overtake her and cut her off the man tells w._b._z. t._v. he got a call from his daughter after the collision that left her with scrapes and scratches she was crying tearful because he was shocked at the whole thing and she was in pain now police are looking for the driver of that vehicle a red four door hatchback and they're asking for the public's help ben parker w._b._z. newsradio ten thirty a western man is in custody after stabbing two people near city hall david burgos is charged with two counts of armed assault or murder no word on the condition of the victims the reward for information regarding missing university of iowa student molly tebbit's is now over three hundred thousand dollars the reward money has continued to pour in as individual donations are being accepted on the crime stoppers of central iowa website investigators are hoping the more than three hundred thousand dollar reward will convince someone with valuable information Step forward with a tip needed to break the case open crime stoppers assuring tipsters both by. Phone and online that their tips are anonymous Molly Tibbets. Has been missing for twenty. Days or father rob Tibbett says he believes his daughter is with someone she knows but admits it's just speculation Brian burrow ABC news USC president max Nikki s has stepped down after saying. He, would back in may the decision comes after many faculty members call for his resignation in the wake of sex abuse. Complaints involving a campus Dr CBS's. Suzanne marquess Nikki is based a series of scandals dean of the medical. School Herman Pola Fito was accused of using drugs even in his USC office his replacement mohawk Varna accused of. Sexually harassing a researcher USC settled for one hundred and. Thirty five thousand dollars last week USC as the. US attorney's office to open a criminal investigation into one hundred thousand dollar donation from LA county supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas that. Helped his son get a professor job at USC that money ended up in his son control A ks had, been USA president, since twenty ten Florida Atlantic university postpones its graduation ceremony after what. Police called a credible threat the announcement was made just. Minutes before commencement, was set to begin a sticky note. Containing a, threat was posted in a. Woman's bathroom, friends and, family of the. Graduates were already seated in the school's auditorium when the entire building. Was evacuated a new date has not been announced a Maryland woman discovers that eating a poppy seed bagel before giving birth has consequences Elizabeth. Eden told WBAL TV in Baltimore that she was in labor in. April when a doctor told her she had tested positive for opiates and. She had been reported to the state that net that her daughter had to stay at the hospital for five days while her mother was assigned a case worker however eaten fought back to a school health class where she learned that eating, poppy seeds could lead to a false positive the mom told the case worker about the bagel the file was closed I'm Shelley Adler. The Georgetown librarian Washington DC was forced to close after four snakes were discovered. Near meeting room the library, called pest control and the building, was given the all-clear yesterday the library will have another gathering of stakes today.

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Chun Chang Hsiang, Elizabeth Eden and WBAL TV discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Chun Chang Hsiang, Elizabeth Eden and WBAL TV discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"A Maryland woman has learned that eating a poppy seed bagel before getting birth. Has consequences Elizabeth Eden told WBAL TV in Baltimore that she was in labor. In April when a doctor, told her she had tested positive for opiates and she had been reported to the state that net that her daughter had to stay at the hospital for five days while her mother was assigned a, case, worker however even thought back to a school health class where she learned that eating poppy seeds could lead to a. False positive the mom told the case worker about. The bagel the file. Was closed I'm Shelley Adler investigators in China began recalling defective vaccines produced by Chinese drugmaker from domestic and overseas markets investigators, found, Chang, Chun Chang Hsiang life sciences at blended, expired fluids and it's vaccines and falsified records from as early as April two. Thousand fourteen this is townhall. Dot com The Justice department is asserting that the judge who. Allowed.

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"wbal" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"wbal" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"He so how nervous I was because I was just getting started WBAL Sunday night. We carry this Sunday night baseball games and he was in the newsroom and he's doing he's doing his thing and he's getting ready to sports cast. And I thought when I had was the home run that just happened. We always would cook card up the audio of home runs or big plays, and then he would throw two singles, one one Orioles Blue Jays and the Orioles actually just made it three to one. Here's how it sounded on WBAL silence. I always say whatever I did or didn't do what I thought it was recorded. I didn't get a chance to listen to it back, and I was in a big rush to get it to our screwed me to our producer. The producers screaming, he couldn't have been more professional. We saw that I was nervous. I thought that was my last day FAA and he made me feel better and let it go. But that was just a horrible moment because it's under speakers all over the newsroom on the ceiling everywhere. And we're waiting to hear this call of Ripken to home in that made it three one in the fourth and silence paulie you gotta leave Easter, I sure do stable that. Remember this two thousand I just started working ESPN is working NFL on ESPN radio, which Steve kind of advantage Becca, WFAN in the ninety s where you throw it to reporters at all different sites, rapid fire. So he was Steve, you're filling in. I was only about two months into the job and were segment one, and you go to me, you go, we're gonna go to Oakland. They're going to go to Jacksonville, we're India. We're going to Houston and Denver rapid fire back around and go, what What was your it what again? again. Stay with me brother. You gotta stay with me. Stay with me rather stay with me. That's a line stay with Steve is celebrating twenty five years Thursday night. It's must see TV. Biden aunt is just not enough room. It's it's you and Overman and Kenny Mayne. How about is there an after party. Red carpet? Yeah. When he got in Bristol on Thursday night is not much across even the McDonalds is closed across the street. It has come on. You knew this right? I haven't been up there. Do you know how many McDonalds close? They never ever close, right? They never go out of business McDonald's ever. We had all the p. as in the interns terms, they lived on that stuff, the anchors, but we have a great cafeteria there. Yes, we do now, yeah, but they fenced in the the compound there and then you couldn't easily walk across the street. So McDonald's close SIA. Wow. Even with the new great quarter pounders. Never the hall of shame. Yes. The hall of fame bar. Yup. Yeah. Had fun there. Kendall's candles on route. Ten, yeah, yeah, quick. Is that Queen Street Wayne street or route ten, or is that is that is one of the same? Yeah. Kendall's. Yup. Oh man, good times roll and we would get there and you'd have about like thirty two minutes to drink before they closed up. So you would, you know, try to have. Three beers in thirty two minutes. The occasional shot to kick it off to get it going, and it was all ESPN. They'd be no regular. The Paul would be totally empty until that moment it'd be so sad thirty people coming in. I know. Well, yeah, candles and we had fun, and then they might keep it open. And then we've shut off all the lights, right? And then we would have to be quiet. Oh, we were good tippers we were weren't. Oh, you might have been. 'cause you're Steve leafy twenty-five years at the mothership Thursday night with Keith Olbermann Kenny Mayne and a tribute to Steve's career will be part of the show. It's great seeing you leaves. Congrats. Thanks for having me happy for you. We'll come back play the days next here. Dan, Patrick show. Have you checked out the big podcast with shack here at podcast one? Yeah, we talked basketball, but we're a lot more than just sports. I'm goose for this lady. She's seven. It's new everything about me..

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Comcast outage affecting business, residential customers

Let's Talk Pets

01:23 min | 3 years ago

Comcast outage affecting business, residential customers

"Wbal and wma dot com or learning more about what caused a massive outage of comcast cable and internet services afternoon service is starting to be restored and the company says that one of its large backbone network partners had a fiber that was cut that they believe is also impacting other providers and it has been affecting business and residential internet video and voice customers comcast says it apologizes it's working to get services restore it soon as possible a former usa gymnastics coach and his wife are not facing charges following an investigation into alleged abuse from former dr larry nassar at their training facility near houston nassar faces six counts of second degree sexual assault of a child in texas and investigation was opened after a number of nassar's victims said years of abuse took place at the ranch run by former usa gymnastics coach bela karolyi and his wife marta walker county assistant district attorney stephanie stroud says the couple isn't facing any charges the corollas were and remain fully cooperative with this investigation there is no corroborating evidence of any criminal conduct by bella or marta karoly stroud says a former trainer debbie van horn was charged with one count of sexual assault of a child i'm clayton neville checking your money the dow finished the day up fifty five points the sp five hundred up two the nasdaq up seven w male sports brought.

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Police: Woman fatally stabbed by ex-boyfriend at N.Y. racetrack

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

Police: Woman fatally stabbed by ex-boyfriend at N.Y. racetrack

"The answer and seventy five degrees what's going on we of the answer members of congress from new york new jersey are getting a firsthand look an ice detention center in jersey where immigrants were separated from their families the democrats including jerrold nadler adriana espaillat hakim jeffries caroline malone and frank pallone junior made the surprise father's day visit to the elizabeth contract detention facility jeffries tweeted that they were first denied admission by ice but we're let in an hour later the visit was also marked by protests by dozens of people outside of the detention center police have arrested a man in connection with the fatal stabbing of a woman early sunday in a barn at belmont park cops say fiftythreeyearold jose franco martinez the former boyfriend of the woman and charged him with second degree murder the fifty one year old woman who was not identified was found with multiple stab wounds have pronounced dead at a nearby hospital police say the woman worked as a hot walker at the facility someone who calls down horses after a training session in sports mets will travel to colorado to take on the rockies starting a four game series the first pages at eight forty and then the yankees will travel to washington to take on the nationals this is a makeup game that first pitch begins at five oh five traffic delays currently at the inbound g wbal one hour on the upper level thirty to forty minutes on the lower level fifteen to twenty four or forty six approach looks like the palisades approach would be the best one inbound lincoln tunnel twenty minute wait now outbound not a problem holland tunnel that'll be a pretty smooth ride both inbound and alabam parking was the rules in effect for monday citywide weather for today we'll see a mixture of.

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Supreme Court decides case on purging voter registration rolls

The Larry O'Connor Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

Supreme Court decides case on purging voter registration rolls

"Curtis on wma allen wma l dot com jong own was seen walking on the streets of singapore surrounded by a security roughly twelve hours prior to the historic summit with president trump correspondent nick roberts and says what the reputation of kim is like outside of north korea this is a guy that the south korean foreign minister is described as serious his described him as well mannered somebody who is deeply knowledgeable he's got everything to fight for here it's his survival his regime survival his dynasty's survival his been at this learning at his father sneak attorney general jeff sessions addressing federal immigration judges and lawyers this morning after recently imposing a zero tolerance policy for migrant families bring their children trying to cross the us border sessions described the new assignments for the group i've sent thirty five prosecutors to the southwest and moved eighteen immigration judges to detention centers near the border that is about a fifty percent increase in the number of immigration judges who will be handling the case is at the border the supreme court ruling that states can purge the names of inactive voters from the registration rolls five four decision the court sided with the state of ohio where state officials send address confirmation notices devoted who haven't cast a ballot in two years if the voter returns the notice or response online the information is updated if the notice is acknowledged for years later the voters registration is cancelled justice samuel alito wrote that the high court has no authority to second guess congress or decide whether ohio's process for keeping voter rolls up to date is ideal six other states have similar laws jan johnson washington checking your money ahead of the close the dow's up seven the sp five hundred up three the nasdaq up fourteen wbal traffic and weather next al proud to.

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Fans say Brandi Chastain's Hall of Fame plaque is a bust

Derek Hunter

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Fans say Brandi Chastain's Hall of Fame plaque is a bust

"Maybe just maybe this is the day of reckoning for a broken juvenile system here in the state of maryland after officer amy capri oh baltimore county was killed yesterday in the line of duty and almost four year veteran of the baltimore county police force killed yesterday in perry hall and before a much of this today on wbal will recap some more new information out in the last few hours as we await a court hearing for at least a one suspect a sixteen year old that wbal tv eleven's jane miller says had somewhat of a record at least through the juvenile process and anyone who's heard this show over the last i don't know now almost two months and really before that when i was filling in at this time slot this has been my big passion issue and i believe it is the defining issue of our time and i believe that today might just be the day where people take their head out of the sand and wake up to the fact that the juvenile problem is not only a a serious and extremely serious problem but one that is fixable and to not fix it to not attempt to fix it to keep doing the same thing over and over again is not only insanity but it's a disservice to every resident in the state of maryland every citizen in the state way beyond baltimore city and it is fixable leave the governor today should launch a commission looking into this and then commissions are one thing and this might actually be one commission that's worth funding but a commission and then we need action we need a total tear down redo of this ridiculously archaic juvenile system that is not working i have some suggestions that need to be looked at notes on a cure all there's some problems that were much deeper that are tough and complex and perhaps intrinsic to baltimore some say i don't know if i buy all that but certainly their deep and complex and there's one simple magic wand and that.

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McCain's daughter slams White House aide's 'he's dying' comments

The Dana Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

McCain's daughter slams White House aide's 'he's dying' comments

"Place one suspension perfect pew has named deputy commissioner gary gary tuggle is acting commissioner she says the suspension is in the best interest for the city the police department and desouza meanwhile the former officer in charge of the disgraced gun trace taskforce learns his fate today sergeant thomas allers sentenced to fifteen years on racketeering conspiracy and other offenses including nine robberies while armed with his police issued firearm the sentence allies received also includes three years of supervised release mourners beginning gathered for the funeral of baltimore county executive kevin cabinets after his sudden and tragic death of cardiac arrest yesterday the funeral will be held at the baltimore hebrew congregation there are road closures around park heights and slade avenues from now until four pm will also be closures along the procession route we're going to have live coverage of the cabinets funeral in just about a half an hour right here on wbal newsradio ten ninety from abc news desk outrage over comments at white house aide kelley sadler's comments on senator john mccain saying his criticism of president trump's cia director nominee doesn't matter because he's dying sadler reportedly is called mccain's daughter megan to apologize here she is as a co host on abc's the view today my dad has been diagnosed the past it's almost a year july nineteen i really feel like i understand that meaning of life is not how you died right mccain also wondered how sadler still has a job at the white house is not apologize but in a statement say they respect senator mccain service to our nation get.

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Trump rules out DMZ for summit with Kim

The C4 Show

01:16 min | 3 years ago

Trump rules out DMZ for summit with Kim

"And that's concludes the questioning from the white house press pool at the start of a cabinet meeting this actually happened about twenty minutes ago and the president's hailing the release of the three americans detained in north korea as they make their way back home the president says he will greet those former prisoners when they come back home with the secretary of state mike pompeo two o'clock tomorrow morning at joint base andrews as for his meeting with the north korean leader the president says he's rolling out the demilitarized zone for his upcoming summit with kim jong un trump said he was interested in holding the meeting on the heavily fortified borough border separating north and south korea said the dmz was appealing because you're there and any celebration will be memorable but he ruled that option out as he kicked off his cabinet meeting trump says the details of the kim meeting will be announced in the next two or three days the meeting expected to be held in late may or early june president also taking questions on his decision to withdraw from the iran nuclear deal he said the sanctions against iran will be taking effect in the next few days the president also said that he is confident that even though iran says won't renegotiate that the deal will be renegotiated and the.

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Trump, Us and Houston discussed on The C4 Show

The C4 Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Trump, Us and Houston discussed on The C4 Show

"Good afternoon i'm bill vanco seven months later they still don't have it fixed and today the lights are out again oliver puerto rico knits it's been hit with an island wide blackout power officials they're telling people it may take more than twenty four hours to repair it even before the lights went out today about forty thousand customers hadn't had lights or any other electrical service since hurricane maria hit back in september president trump renewing feuds today with both james comey end stormy daniels on twitter is back to tweeting about former fbi director james comey calling him quote slippery and the worst fbi director in history the president says komi was not fired because of the quote phony russia investigation but in an interview with nbc news last may the president said the russia investigation was on his mind when he decided to fire komi first lady melania trump will attend the funeral for barbara bush in texas bush passed away at the age of ninety two yesterday was first lady while her husband george h w bush was president and the mother of george w bush was president later the funeral service by invitation only on saturday in houston us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley is pushing back after the white house put the blame on her for a miscommunication on russia sanctions national economic council director larry cudlow told reporters that haley got ahead of the curve about the sanctions and there might have been some confusion about it haley put out a statement saying with all due respect i don't get confused wall street the dow is down the first time this week it's down about eight points the smp up seven the nasdaq up twentynine oil prices to the big movers today they're up nearly two percent just under sixty eight dollars a barrel robert lang the city is cracking down on motorists who block the box senator ben cardin is speaking out about president trump's choice to head the state department and james comey has something to say about rod rosenstein we'll preview brian neiman's exclusive interview today at three on wbz news now more c four coming up at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten nine ninety coming up on a wednesday vision of.

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Puerto Rican patients must travel 12 hours for dialysis

The C4 Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Puerto Rican patients must travel 12 hours for dialysis

"Good afternoon i'm bill vanco seven months later they still don't have it fixed and today the lights are out again oliver puerto rico knits it's been hit with an island wide blackout power officials they're telling people it may take more than twenty four hours to repair it even before the lights went out today about forty thousand customers hadn't had lights or any other electrical service since hurricane maria hit back in september president trump renewing feuds today with both james comey end stormy daniels on twitter is back to tweeting about former fbi director james comey calling him quote slippery and the worst fbi director in history the president says komi was not fired because of the quote phony russia investigation but in an interview with nbc news last may the president said the russia investigation was on his mind when he decided to fire komi first lady melania trump will attend the funeral for barbara bush in texas bush passed away at the age of ninety two yesterday was first lady while her husband george h w bush was president and the mother of george w bush was president later the funeral service by invitation only on saturday in houston us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley is pushing back after the white house put the blame on her for a miscommunication on russia sanctions national economic council director larry cudlow told reporters that haley got ahead of the curve about the sanctions and there might have been some confusion about it haley put out a statement saying with all due respect i don't get confused wall street the dow is down the first time this week it's down about eight points the smp up seven the nasdaq up twentynine oil prices to the big movers today they're up nearly two percent just under sixty eight dollars a barrel robert lang the city is cracking down on motorists who block the box senator ben cardin is speaking out about president trump's choice to head the state department and james comey has something to say about rod rosenstein we'll preview brian neiman's exclusive interview today at three on wbz news now more c four coming up at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten nine ninety coming up on a wednesday vision of.

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Trump, Us and Houston discussed on The C4 Show

The C4 Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Trump, Us and Houston discussed on The C4 Show

"Good afternoon i'm bill vanco seven months later they still don't have it fixed and today the lights are out again oliver puerto rico knits it's been hit with an island wide blackout power officials they're telling people it may take more than twenty four hours to repair it even before the lights went out today about forty thousand customers hadn't had lights or any other electrical service since hurricane maria hit back in september president trump renewing feuds today with both james comey end stormy daniels on twitter is back to tweeting about former fbi director james comey calling him quote slippery and the worst fbi director in history the president says komi was not fired because of the quote phony russia investigation but in an interview with nbc news last may the president said the russia investigation was on his mind when he decided to fire komi first lady melania trump will attend the funeral for barbara bush in texas bush passed away at the age of ninety two yesterday was first lady while her husband george h w bush was president and the mother of george w bush was president later the funeral service by invitation only on saturday in houston us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley is pushing back after the white house put the blame on her for a miscommunication on russia sanctions national economic council director larry cudlow told reporters that haley got ahead of the curve about the sanctions and there might have been some confusion about it haley put out a statement saying with all due respect i don't get confused wall street the dow is down the first time this week it's down about eight points the smp up seven the nasdaq up twentynine oil prices to the big movers today they're up nearly two percent just under sixty eight dollars a barrel robert lang the city is cracking down on motorists who block the box senator ben cardin is speaking out about president trump's choice to head the state department and james comey has something to say about rod rosenstein we'll preview brian neiman's exclusive interview today at three on wbz news now more c four coming up at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten nine ninety coming up on a wednesday vision of.

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Bleeding Linked To 'Spice' In 4 Maryland Cases: Health Officials

Derek Hunter

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Bleeding Linked To 'Spice' In 4 Maryland Cases: Health Officials

"One zero two good afternoon i'm bill vanco synthetic drugs are very much in the news around baltimore this afternoon on a couple of fronts state's attorney marilyn mostly this morning announcing that joint federal and state investigation has resulted in the arrest of eleven people in the seizure of three hundred grams of fenton nil the synthetic opioids that's led to hundreds of overdose cases around maryland in recent months deputy police commissioner gary toggle says those arrests represent a partnership between prosecutors and police from many local agencies sort of send a message particularly to those at think that they can deal drugs street commit heinous acts of violence they get away with it wheat will work backwards toward you and then there's the synthetic pot that's causing trouble for poison control officials in maryland they say two more people were treated over the weekend for severe bleeding after they used a form of synthetic marijuana that was the third case this month earlier somebody who who'd use the drug began bleeding uncontrollably now officials at the maryland poison center are warning people against using synthetic marijuana especially after three pupil in chicago died from using it in chicago the drug turned out to be laced with rat poison it's unclear if the same thing is in effect here in rundle county today looks like one of those farmers insurance tv commercials in the making a huge tree that fell over this morning into sliced into a house like a butter knife it happened on herald harvard road in crowns ville firecrackers got here they found that the trae had literally sliced the house like slice a loaf of bread now peachy is on the same they have cut some power to the because the trade is still resting on power lines held at the time there were adults inside the house but the neighbors are taking care of the animals in the process of notifying the owners of this house powered hopper roads going to be closed down for quite some time until they're able to remove this treat reporting live in eleven i've kept who are taylor kempton roy is lying but we warned if you were supposed to fly out of bwi today the flight schedule they're likely to be impacted by lousy weather throughout the northeast and across much of the united states today most of the major airports in new york and boston reporting delays this afternoon and.

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Baltimore County, Wbal and Robert discussed on Derek Hunter

Derek Hunter

02:33 min | 3 years ago

Baltimore County, Wbal and Robert discussed on Derek Hunter

"News team this uba al newsradio ten nine sunshine scattered clouds at one thirty forty five degrees on troy johnson commissioner darryl desouza says he's feeling good about the downward trend in violent crime happening in baltimore i'm just getting some positive feedback on how to communities engaging wilshire information and it's really touching my heart in the right place and we just need to use that will mentioned going for the remainder of the year the sousa tells wbal c four earlier today he knows there's a big challenge ahead but his department is up for it he also says bpd is using predictive policing technology that will forecast crimes allowing police to deploy engage the community in a positive way maryland state police continue to investigate a terrible early morning crash on six ninety five leaving two people dead troopers say eighty eight year old joran long of york pennsylvania was driving a small suv the wrong way on the inner loop of the beltway and hit a sedan head on long pronounced dead at the scene of family says she left home to run an errand she was reported missing which she didn't return second driver's name has not been released pending notification of the family in montgomery county authorities have reached a plea deal in the case against alwyn chen he's the seventeen year old student accused of bringing a gun to school just a day after the school massacre in parkland florida chen facing jail time in the incident a hearing on the plea scheduled for april twenty fourth from the abc news desk at thirties launching an investigation into a fatal nypd police shooting of a man with a mental health issue in brooklyn last night official officers were responding to multiple reports but man threatening people with a gun turned out to be a metal pipe my understanding is nypd will be publicly disclosing the nine one one calls publicly disclosing any video that they receive and we're going to be as transparent as we can in the situation understanding that will be a formal full investigations new york there bill de blasio the parents of the mansion he'd vessel says their son was bipolar but not on medication they say the death was unwarranted i'm robert lying in the wbal twenty four hour broadcast center it's veto override day in an apples we'll have the latest on that baltimore county seeks to keep it school safer another recovery day on wall street and round one of the masters join stacy lyn may today three wbal news now i'm troy johnson more news coming up at two o'clock right here on wbal newsradio ten ninety and the wbal app wbal newsradio.

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Ethan Couch, Texas man who invoked "affluenza" defense as a teen, released

Derek Hunter

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Ethan Couch, Texas man who invoked "affluenza" defense as a teen, released

"At one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco wall street is having another one of those days that have become so increasingly common in reason months wall street being rocked by a bunch of things including trade wars and threats by the president against amazon the dow right now down more than six hundred points the nasdaq is really getting slammed it's down now a full three percent on the day two hundred eleven points lower will check the updated numbers for you coming up momentarily meantime the white house's confirming that the president and russian president vladimir putin did talk about a possible meeting at the white house white house says they discussed bilateral meeting at a number of potential venues including the executive mansion in dc the press office says the trump himself told reporters last month he discussed a meeting with putin in the not too distant future the american civil liberties union has settled a lawsuit accusing governor hogan of censoring constituents by blocking them on his official facebook page and deleting their comments the aclu says the settlement zanu social media policy for the governor's facebook page and other social media accounts it had sued on half of four people saying their first amendment rights had been violated tens of thousands of oklahoma and kentucky teachers are demanding more education funding as they walk out of the classroom today lawmakers and oklahoma passed a measure last week calling for six thousand dollar average pay raises for teachers but state teacher's union as called free ten thousand dollar increase and ethan cal chew became notorious because of his affluential legal defense as a teenager is scheduled to be released from jail in texas today was convicted five years ago and if dwi crash that killed four people he was sixteen at the time and only sentenced to probation after his attorney persuaded a judge that couch didn't know the difference between right and wrong because he was so rich and his wealthy upbringing couch wind up in jail anyway every violated his parole and fled to mexico with mother now wall street the numbers ugly the dow down six hundred fourteen points the snp down seventy one the nasdaq down two hundred eleven points at this point and oil prices are down more than two point six percent they are down by a dollar seventy four a.

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Noor Salman verdict: Pulse nightclub gunman's widow not guilty

Derek Hunter

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Noor Salman verdict: Pulse nightclub gunman's widow not guilty

"For the orlando nightclub massacre ended today with an acquittal of the gunman's widow here's abc's aaron katersky saab when the jury found her not guilty of helping her husband the verdict left orlando police chief john mina surprised and disappointed when i talk with fbi shortly after bed interviewed or they relate to me that she definitely knew and could have prevented this tragedy the jury though sided with the defense which cast salman is easily manipulated cheated on and abused someone who signed a false confession because she feared losing her young son her family said she would return to california to be reunited with him and undergo therapy aaron katersky abc news an american service member has been killed in syria after a roadside bomb exploded this morning a us defense official says five others were injured in the attack just yesterday president trump had this to say about the war torn country we coming out of syria like very soon president trump making a promise during a speech on infrastructure about the possible imminent withdrawal two thousand us forces from syria where there is still a significant isis presence as a candidate the president criticizes predecessor for premature departure from iraq that eventually led to the creation of isis and it goes against his own policy of warning the enemy abc's serena marshall just days after the trump administration expelled sixty russian diplomats over the poisoning of a former spy they're leaving us soil senior source at washington dulles international airport tells abc news russian diplomats are departing from the airport today comes as russia's foreign ministry accuses the us of trying to recruit those expelled diplomats investigators in kentucky you're looking for a motive after a man posed as a cop pulled over an offduty police officer and shot him the suspect james decor was found in tennessee hours later he was shot and killed by police you're listening to abc news wbal news update on wbal news radio ken ninety wbal wbal news time what oh to the plan to create a separate police force for johns hopkins university is on hold city delegate curt anderson told wbal he canceled today's proposed meeting on.

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White House says the ball is in Russia's court

The Larry O'Connor Show

01:25 min | 3 years ago

White House says the ball is in Russia's court

"And am six thirty w nfl washington a cumulus station where washington comes to talk news al news at three i'm maria leave the trump administration has expelled twelve russian diplomats because of the poisoning of an ex spy in his daughter on british soil deputy white house press secretary raj shah said a short time ago at the white house is hoping to have a good relationship with putin and russia our relationship with russia's frankly up to the russian government and up to vladimir putin others in senior leadership in russia we want to have a cooperative relationship the president wants to work with russia but their actions sometimes don't allow that to happen new this hour fairfax police have toys r us and boy under arrest that they say with stealing from the store for over four over four years twenty five year olds obeyed shake worked at the toys arrested the fair lake shopping center fairfax police spokesman ream awad cases actually started by toys r us itself and their asset protection investigators at toys r us started to realize that they may have an employee who was selling their merchandise somewhere else they found that some somewhere else was actually an ebay account that was making shake quite a bit of money items are believed to have total over one hundred thousand dollars between two thousand fourteen and when he was arrested in february of this year he's been charged with embezzlement money laundering in possession of stolen property with the intent to sell steve burns on w may wbal dot com a couple that travels from tennessee.

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Trump says will sue drug companies over opioids

The Larry O'Connor Show

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Trump says will sue drug companies over opioids

"The one point three trillion dollar spending measure just hours after threatening to veto it on twitter speaking at the white house this afternoon the president so the bill addresses the opioid epidemic and the federal government is going to go after drug companies will be suing certain drug companies for what they've done with the opioids and we'll be bringing the suits at a federal level you can watch the president's full speech at wwl dot com on our facebook page wma ldc the justice department charging nine arabians and government sponsored hacking that pilfered sensitive information from hundreds of universities private companies and government agencies the iranian defendants are accused of working at the behest of the islamic revolutionary guard corps wbal sports brought to you by virginia state parks the whiz host nuggets tonight.

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