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    A quick-moving new storm system will bring accumulating snowfall to much of the region, causing slippery travel, especially for the evening commute on Monday, Feb. 22. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect Monday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in areas in New York and Connecticut north of I-287 and the Merritt Parkway, where 2 to 4 inches of snowfall is now possible. Mainly rain is expected in New York City, on Long Island, and the immediate surrounding suburbs, with some light snow possibly mixing in at times. For areas where the advisory is in effect, motorists should  "plan on slippery road conditions," the National Weather Service said in a statement issued on Monday morning. "The hazardous conditions could impact the evening commute." For new snowfall projections for the entire region from AccuWeather, see the first image above. Click on the second image for brand-new projections in New York City,...
    A quick-moving new storm system will bring accumulating snowfall to much of the region, causing slippery travel, especially for the evening commute on Monday, Feb. 22. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect Monday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in areas in New York and Connecticut north of I-287 and the Merritt Parkway, where 2 to 4 inches of snowfall is now possible. Mainly rain is expected in New York City, on Long Island, and the immediate surrounding suburbs, with some light snow possibly mixing in at times. For areas where the advisory is in effect, motorists should  "plan on slippery road conditions," the National Weather Service said in a statement issued on Monday morning. "The hazardous conditions could impact the evening commute." For new snowfall projections for the entire region from AccuWeather, see the first image above. Click on the second image for brand-new projections in New York City,...
    A person is dead after a crash on the Clara Barton Parkway on the border between D.C. and Montgomery County, Maryland, early Monday morning. U.S. Park Police officers responded to reports of a vehicle crashing through a roadside barrier close to the state line shortly after midnight Monday. One person was transported to a hospital for treatment, where they later died of their injuries. Their identity had not been made public as of Monday morning. An investigation continues to determine what led to the crash. As of 5 a.m. the WTOP Traffic Center reports the Clara Barton Parkway is closed to all traffic between the Glenn Echo Turnaround and the Chain Bridge for a crash reconstruction. A tow truck is on scene. For the latest road and traffic conditions, see WTOP’s traffic page or listen to updates every 10 minutes online or on the air at 103.5 FM. Below is...
    Follow the Australian Open and enters a crucial moment. East Monday, February 15 the last tickets for the quarterfinals of this Grand Slam are distributed. Find out what time and where to watch tennis matches on the eighth day of competition in Melbourne, a day when Rafael Nadal will jump on the track to measure himself Fabio Fognini. It will be this morning, starting at 5 in the morning, one hour less in the Canary Islands. They also play today Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Little by little the path begins to narrow towards the final on February 21 in the Australian Open. This Monday, February 15, the eighth day of competition in Melbourne, the last tickets to the quarterfinals will be played, both in the men’s and women’s draw. The highlight of the day is Rafa Nadal – Fabio Fognini, a game for which Spanish fans will have to...
    Ivanka Trump appears to be relishing life away from the White House, having spent her Monday morning soaking up some sun while lounging on the balcony of her lavish new Miami apartment - a far cry from the hectic, and wintry, D.C. life she was leading just a few weeks ago.  The 39-year-old was pictured kicking off her week with some fresh air outside of her family's new Florida home, lying back on a cushioned sun lounger while she scrolled through her phone and took a quick call.  Ivanka appears to have quickly adapted to life in the Sunshine State, swapping the tailored suits and dresses she wore in D.C. in favor of a casual red-and-blue striped sun dress and a pair of dark sunglasses.  Living the high life! Ivanka Trump was seen enjoying a relaxing Monday morning on the balcony outside her new Miami home  Cool...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Temperatures will dip slightly across Southern California on Monday, before a chance of showers moves into the region.Los Angeles and Orange counties will see some morning fog and a high of 67. Clouds will roll in by Wednesday, brining a slight chance for some showers by the end of the week.Valleys and the Inland Empire will see party cloudy skies paired with a pleasant 73 degrees Monday.Mountain communities will see temperatures in the 50s, dropping into the 20s overnight.Get the latest updates on the weather with the Free ABC7 Los Angeles appDownload the ABC7 app for weather alerts: Click here for iOS devices | click here for Android devices. If you have the app, turn on push notifications and personalize the app. Click on My News from the bottom menu, then star the topics you'd like to follow and tap Done.Live radar: abc7.la/LiveMEGADOPPLERWatches/Warnings: abc7.la/WxWarningsDownload the free...
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    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A long-lived winter storm is on the way this weekend and is expected to last from Sunday morning through Monday night. Flurries will likely linger, even into Tuesday. The snow is expected to accumulate in two rounds. The first round arrives Sunday morning as an area of low pressure crosses east of the Appalachian Mountains. We could easily see 5″+ with this first found. On Sunday night, energy from this system will transfer off the coast and the storm will evolve and develop into a nor’easter. Once this energy transfer off the coast, the second round of accumulation will occur Monday/Monday night. We can easily see 5″+ with this round of accumulation as well. Expect icy conditions Sunday night into Monday morning with the next round of snow possibly beginning during morning rush hour. The slow-moving storm could last all day. TIMELINE: When Is Snow Expected In Maryland?...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago may see its heaviest snowfall in well over a year Monday night into early Tuesday morning.Snow began moving in from the southwest Monday afternoon and is expected to pick up intensity through the evening hours, ABC7 meteorologist Larry Mowry said.Snow is slated to hit the city between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. and the northern suburbs may not see any snow until 7 p.m. The heaviest snow will likely be between 7 p.m. and midnight and lessen through about 3 a.m. Total snow accumulations will likely be between 3 and 8 inches of snow.SEE ALSO | Chicago Area School ClosingsThe snow will be wet and heavy, so it may be a good idea to shovel a couple times during the storm as snow accumulates.Heavy snow could linger into the early Tuesday commute as well, though the intensity will taper off through the morning. Winds...
    The first in a series of winter storms sprinkled up to half an inch of rain over the Los Angeles area Saturday into Sunday and brought snow to the mountains. Snowfall ranged from a dusting along the Grapevine to as much as 2 inches at higher elevations. In Malibu, residents shared social media images of impromptu sledding sessions, a rarity for the coastal area. But what looked like snow there was actually small-pellet hail, said Kathy Hoxsie, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard. That didn’t stop some drivers from pulling over to frolic in the foreign whiteness. Officer Stephan Brandt of the California Highway Patrol said his department had received a report shortly after 5 p.m. Saturday of multiple drivers stopping and parking near the Malibu Canyon Tunnel. “They were playing in the snow,” said Brandt, who advised such activities were “dangerous” and unwise. The next storm was...
    AMADOR COUNTY (CBS13) — It may be January, but Cal Fire crews are battling a wildfire in Northern California. Cal Fire’s Amador-El Dorado Unit reported on Monday morning that their crews were at the scene of a half-acre vegetation fire at the end of Salt Springs Road in rural Amador County. Firefighters say there are strong winds in the area at the moment, as well as heavy fuels, but they are making good progress. Further south into the San Joaquin Valley, Pacific Gas and Electric Company had warned that a potential Public Safety Power Shutoff could go into effect on Monday as a high wind event, with dry conditions, was forecasted. Parts of Fresno, Madera, Mariposa and Tulare counties were given warnings. Gusty winds are expected to continue across Northern California on Monday, according to the National Weather Service. Gusty north winds will continue today in the Sacramento Valley, particularly...
    DENVER (CBS4) – On one of the busiest ski days of the season, most ski areas in Colorado have received fresh snow. Reports varied from 2 to 6 inches early Monday morning and light additional snow is possible through the day. Winter Park reported the most snow in the state Monday morning with 6 inches. Ski Cooper near Leadville and Loveland Ski Area on the east side of the Eisenhower Tunnel received 5 inches. (source: CBS) More light snow is likely in the mountains through Monday night with minor additional accumulation. Most ski areas north of Highway 50 won’t get more than 1-2 inches of new accumulation through Tuesday morning. Fresh snow at Eldora in southwest Boulder County (source: Eldora Mountain Resort) It’s a different story for the southern mountains. Mountain areas south of Highway 50 are under a Winter Weather Advisory from 5 p.m. Monday through 5 p.m. Tuesday...
          Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Tuesday. We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 374,329; Tuesday, 376,280. House Democrats say they will vote on Wednesday to impeach President TrumpDonald TrumpHouse GOP leader tells members to quit spreading lies on riot, antifa DC attorney general says Trump Organization improperly paid K bill incurred during inauguration 70K QAnon Twitter accounts suspended in the wake of Capitol riot MORE for “inciting violence” against the government based on his inflammatory remarks last week to thousands of followers he commended as...
    By Mark McIntyre CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s a frozen Monday morning across the area, with mostly cloudy skies and a wintry chill in the air. Some flurries or even snow showers are possible for the northernmost suburbs this morning, but all spots should get some breaks of sun by the afternoon. Expect a similarly chilly day to Sunday, with a high near 40. (Photo: CBS2) Tuesday is looking good as a storm system will get squashed to our southeast, thanks to high pressure in control. There may be just a few extra clouds, but overall expect a quiet stretch of weather lasting through Friday afternoon.
    NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — After cold, drenching rains a few days ago and a subsequent warmup to spring like weather, a new storm system is expected to bring widespread rain and some snow to parts of North Texas this weekend. According to the National Weather Service, a mix of rain and snow could begin as early as Saturday night, and a full changeover to snow could occur for some areas on Sunday morning. Rain and snow could continue as late as Sunday night before ending by Monday morning. It is hard to predict the snowfall accumulation amounts, but it does appear there could be sufficient accumulations. Exactly what parts of North Texas will be hardest hit will depend on how the system tracks, but surface temperatures are expected to be near or above freezing through much of the day Sunday, and below freezing Sunday night into Monday morning. Meteorologists...
    It’s not often the sandy beaches turn into a winter wonderland in Southern California. A cold storm that blew through Sunday night and into early Monday morning brought a rare sight to South Bay beaches on Monday: hail that pelted down and created what looked like a blanket of snow on the sand. Pono Barnes, spokesman for the Los Angeles Fire Department Lifeguards, noticed the icy sand early morning in Manhattan Beach and El Segundo, taking images and posting them on social media. “It wasn’t technically snow, but it’s snow to us at the beach,” he said. It wasn’t the first time Southern California’s coastline has turned into a winter scene. Back in 2015, a cold winter storm in March blanked the sand in areas such as Huntington Beach and the South Bay with hail, which stuck around for hours, long enough that beachgoers made snowmen just steps away from...
    Help will be here Monday morning! That’s when the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will begin arriving in states, government officials said Saturday. Shipping companies UPS and FedEx will deliver Pfizer’s vaccine to nearly 150 state locations, according to Army Gen. Gustave Perna, the COO of the Trump Administration’s Operation Warp Speed. Another 450 sites will get the vaccine on Tuesday and Wednesday. Perna said the vaccine was timed to arrive Monday morning so that health workers would be available to receive the shots and then begin giving them. About 3 million shots are expected to shipped initially with a similar amount to be held in reserve for a needed second dose. The vaccine is being trucked from Pfizer’s manufacturing plant in Kalamazoo, Mich. and then flown to regional hubs around the country. It will be boxed with dry ice and shipments will be tracked with...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Throughout the day we will have generally overcast skies with only a few peeks of sunshine getting through every now and then. Expect there to be periods of light showers or drizzle during the day as well. The best chance to see some rain showers will be across South Jersey and mainly at the coast. These showers will be light and spotty at best. It will be a very warm Saturday afternoon. Highs today will top out near 60. Tonight a few spotty showers could linger across the area as we again stay very mild. Lows this evening will only bottom out in the upper 40s in Philly. Mostly cloudy or cloudy skies are likely as well. Sunday should be a great way to wrap up the weekend. While a cold front will likely pass across the region it takes a while for the cold air to...
    NEWARK, Del. (CBS) – A woman was killed after slamming into a parked tractor-trailer on I-95 in Newark, early Monday morning. The crash happened on the northbound lanes near Churchmans Road, around 3:15 a.m. Commuter Alert: Accident investigation is underway after a vehicle collided with a tractor trailer around 3:15AM this morning in #Wilmington on I-95 NB. Only one lane is able to get by that incident area between the RT-1 Underpass and Churchmans Rd. @CBSPhilly @TotalTrafficPHL pic.twitter.com/j70KVLKXEj — Jacqueline Jewell (@JJewelliHeart) December 7, 2020 The tractor-trailer was parked on the shoulder of I-95. At this point, police do not know why the driver hit the truck. Traffic was backed up in the area for several hours, but the highway is now back open. Meanwhile, starting Monday at 9 p.m. all lanes will be closed and detoured overnight at I-295 southbound at the Route 42 exit for construction and will...
    The first workweek after Thanksgiving will start out as a washout. A storm system will sweep through the area bringing soaking rain, thunderstorms, and possible wind gusts of up to 55 miles per hour in parts of the region that could cause power outages. The storm will arrive Monday morning, Nov. 30, and continue through the early evening. Deep low pressure tracking west of the region will produce strong southerly winds Monday and Monday night, the National Weather Service said in a new Hazardous Weather Outlook statement issued Sunday morning, Nov. 29. Depending on the ultimate track and intensity of the system, gusts of 45 to 55 mph will be possible, the statement said, noting the strongest winds are most likely across Long Island and eastern Connecticut. Sunday will be the calm before the storm, with bright sunshine and a high temperature in the low 50s with an overnight low in the mid 30s. Rain...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — After a slight chance of a rain shower early Sunday morning, the day will be mostly cloudy with seasonable temperatures. Monday will be sunny, but there is the slight possibility for some light snow Monday night. That will turn to rain later in the morning on Tuesday. Temperatures will climb to the low 50s for Wednesday and Thanksgiving. Forecast Sunday: An early morning shower is possible. Mostly cloudy. High 45. Sunday night: Partly cloudy. 32 Monday: Mostly sunny. High 44. Also From CBS Chicago: With PlayStation 5 In High Demand, Oak Forest Brothers Learn Hard Way That Scammers Are Taking Advantage South Suburban Homeowners Have Seen Staggering Property Tax Bill Increases, Officials And Residents Want To Know Why Neighbors In Horror After 3 Hunting Dogs Take Over Block In Ashburn, Maul And Kill Shih Tzu
                                 Presented by UAE     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Tuesday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators, and readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 246,217; Tuesday, 247,220. The week began with upbeat news for a change: Moderna announced on Monday it has developed a highly effective vaccine against COVID-19. The breakthrough, similar to Pfizer’s vaccine headlines last week, was cheered by President TrumpDonald John TrumpTucker Carlson assures viewers his show 'not going anywhere' following presidential election Trump senior advisers...
    Cantlay at top of his game as he heads into Masters Cheap renovations that increase a homes value Tech glitches at Schwab, Fidelity and other online brokers mean some missed out on Mondays monster rally The US stock market rallied early Monday, but not everyone was able to get in on the fun. Several electronic brokers experienced technical issues that kept some customers from using their services as normal. © Michael Nagle/Bloomberg/Getty Images Pedestrians wearing protective masks pass in front of a boarded up Charles Schwab Corp. location in New York, U.S., on Monday, June 8, 2020. Only 1.2% of New Yorkers tested Sunday were infected with the new coronavirus, the lowest rate since the pandemic began. "Why are we reopening? Because these numbers say we can," Governor Andrew Cuomo said said at a news conference in Manhattan. Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg via Getty Images Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, Schwab and Vanguard...
    New York (CNN Business)The US stock market rallied early Monday, but not everyone was able to get in on the fun. Several electronic brokers experienced technical issues that kept some customers from using their services as normal. Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, Schwab and Vanguard reported tech problems on Monday, though all said the issues were resolved within several hours. Some attributed the problems to heavy activity early in the day. US stock futures surged Monday morning before the opening bell after drugmaker Pfizer (PFE) said early data on its coronavirus vaccine shows it's more than 90% effective, and stocks shot up at the open. Individual stocks such as theater chain AMC (AMC) also spiked on the vaccine news. Investors may also have been reacting to the Saturday announcement that Joe Biden was the projected winner of the US presidential election. "What we're seeing today is primarily issues on authenticating in," said...
    Shares of companies that have benefited from the pandemic — including Zoom, Peloton, Netflix and Amazon –tanked after Pfizer revealed that it is getting closer to a coronavirus vaccine that could let people get back to the office. The popular video-conferencing software provider Zoom plummeted more than 16 percent following the Monday announcement, as the realization set in that its pandemic-fueled joyride may be coming to an end. The stay-at-home-stock is up more than 365 percent since March, when COVID-19 descended on the United States and schools, offices and book clubs pivoted to Zoom. But Pfizer’s vaccine is a major milestone against the virus, with the company saying it is more than 90 percent effective. “Today is a great day for science and humanity,” Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said in a statement . “With today’s news, we are a significant step closer to providing people around the world with...
    Trump spent the morning in a rage about how his virus response is impacting his reelection chances. Donald Trump on Monday voiced frustration that the COVID-19 pandemic — which to date has killed more than 225,000 people in the United States — is dominating the media's coverage ahead of the election, claiming it should be illegal for reporters to report on the virus. "We have made tremendous progress with the China Virus, but the Fake News refuses to talk about it this close to the Election. COVID, COVID, COVID is being used by them, in total coordination, in order to change our great early election numbers. Should be an election law violation!" Trump tweeted Monday morning. Trump went on to falsely say that the skyrocketing number of virus cases across the country are due to an increase in testing, adding...
    LOS ALTOS, CA – OCTOBER 19: Lloyd Lettis arrives at dawn to play his first tennis match as a 100 year old, Monday morning, Oct. 19, 2020, at Los Altos High School. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)  As the sun broke Monday morning over Los Altos High School, Lloyd Lettis hurried onto the tennis courts much as he’s done three times a week for the past thirty years. But today would be different. It would be his first time he’d be playing as a 100-year-old. “G’ morning, sorry, I’m a couple minutes late,” he apologized. LOS ALTOS, CA – OCTOBER 19: Centenarian Lloyd Lettis, center, poses for a group shot with his tennis partners and fellow retirees (l-r) Tony Plutynski, 84, Richard Hyman, 79, V.L. Bhaskar, 83, and Bart Miauliis, 78, at Los Altos High School, Monday morning, Oct. 19, 2020. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)  His fellow players, a...
    President Donald Trump will likely rejoin his surrogates on the campaign trail Monday. US President Donald Trump pumps his fist as he leaves Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland heading towards Marine One on October 5, 2020, to return to the White House after being discharged. – Trump announced Monday he would be “back on the campaign trail soon”, just before returning to the White House from a hospital where he was being treated for Covid-19. (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images) White House physician Sean Conley said in a statement released Thursday that — barring any unexpected complications — Trump is trending toward being cleared to restart “public” events on Saturday. Still, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said on Fox News Friday morning that “logistically” planning something for Saturday would be “tough.” (RELATED: Trump Will Receive A ‘Medical Examination’ And Be Interviewed On Friday’s Broadcast Of...
    PERRYVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — All lanes have reopened along I-95 north in Cecil County Monday morning after two separate crashes, one of which was fatal, were reported. Some lanes were closed at mile marker 94 just past MD-222 (exit 93) in the Perryville area and at mile marker 98 prior to MD-272 (exit 100) in the North East area. READ MORE: 2 Killed, 1 Injured In Crash That Shut Down Lanes Along Route 40 In Cecil County The fatal crash happened around 6:30 a.m. on I-95 near Perryville. Maryland State Police said several vehicles were stopped due to another crash when a tractor trailer didn’t slow down and hit the stopped vehicles. That impact caused a chain-reaction crash that killed Amy Spencer, 56, of Colora, and injured six other people. Both crashes remain under investigation, police said.
    Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade asked whether it was in President Trump's best interest to leave Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Monday as his doctors have suggested the president could do if his prognosis continues to improve. "They say that after seven days you really get a better idea of if the virus is going to take a turn for the worse or for the better. [He's] not at that seven days yet. I just hope the president just takes his time. Leaving today seems to be, with everything they have at Walter Reed, this seems to be an unnecessary risk," Kilmeade said on the show Monday morning. Co-host Steve Doocy added, “We get why he wants to get back on the trail, but he has got to take care of himself. The worry is that if he overdoes it and goes back to the White...
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's condition continued to improve overnight, and the White House is optimistic that he will leave the hospital later on Monday, Fox News reported, citing a statement from White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. Meadows said he had spoken with Trump earlier on Monday morning, and that the president would meet with his medical team later on Monday morning to assess his condition, Fox reported. (Reporting by Susan Heavey and Lisa Lambert; Editing by Catherine Evans) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Rep. Kweisi Mfume spoke out Monday in response to President Trump’s latest tweets on Baltimore City, saying Republican Kimberly Klacik and the president “deserve each other.” In his own statement Monday morning, the congressman urged President Trump to focus less on bashing Baltimore and more on the current coronavirus pandemic. “Donald Trump and my opponent are two of a kind. They love each other, but more importantly they deserve each other. Mr.Trump will soon find out that he can’t tell the people of Baltimore City, Baltimore County or Howard County how to vote, or who to vote for. Instead of Baltimore bashing how about showing a little leadership in the middle of a pandemic Mr. President… Now tweet that!” Rep. Mfume said in a statement Monday morning. Over three tweets Sunday morning, the president urged voters in the 7th congressional district, which also includes portions of Baltimore...
    DENVER (CBS4) – A summer cold front followed by a vigorous upper-level storm system should produce summer snow over Colorado’s higher mountains Monday night. In many cases, it could be the first accumulating snow of the season. The storm system will move from northern Idaho to southwest Wyoming during the day on Monday and then pass directly over Colorado Monday night. The best chance for snow will be after 10 p.m. above 10,000 feet in the mountains along and south Interstate 70. Any accumulation will be minor and generally range from a dusting to 1 inch. (source: CBS) Snow in late August is not necessarily uncommon although many years the first snow waits until September in the Colorado high country. The only month of year when snow is extremely rare in the mountains is July. Most mountain towns such as Breckenridge, Vail, Aspen, and Telluride are below 10,000 feet and...
                            Presented by Facebook     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Tuesday. We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the daily co-creators, so find us @asimendinger and @alweaver22 on Twitter and recommend the Morning Report to your friends. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 176,809. Tuesday, 177,279. President TrumpDonald John TrumpThe Memo: Fear overshadows hope at GOP convention's first night Former Trump administration officials launch anti-Trump group Trump, GOP seek to rebut Democratic narrative on night one MORE’s convention kicked off on Monday determined to reinforce the president’s standing with his base and to counter his vulnerabilities among independents, moderate Republicans, women and suburban voters who have drifted...
    The Las Vegas Raiders honored some of the franchise’s greatest players during practice on Monday donning their jerseys at training camp. The Las Vegas Raiders honored their all-time greats from their Oakland and Los Angeles days during Monday’s practice, donning their names and numbers on the team’s practice jerseys. With the team kicking off its inaugural season in Sin City, the move is a fantastic nod to the past and an acknowledgement of the franchise’s proud history. The team shared photos of the practice jerseys via its official Twitter account, with players wearing the jerseys of former Raiders at their positions. Ken Stabler, Bo Jackson, Gene Upshaw, and Jim Otto were among the players honored for their contributions to the franchise. Paying respect to some of the greats this morning. pic.twitter.com/Fh4TCee71i — Las Vegas Raiders (@Raiders) August 24, 2020 With the Raiders unveiling the brand-new Allegiant Stadium and adding...
    GLEN BURNIE, MD. (WJZ) — Police are investigating after a car was found abandoned and on fire on I-295 Monday morning. The report of the vehicle fire on southbound 295 at Daisy Avenue came in at around 9:57 a.m. Credit: Dwight Rowe Police said an SUV had been left unattended, and they could not verify the make or model at this time. There were no injuries reported. The vehicle has been stored and the incident is under investigation.
    Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D) on Monday scolded a reporter who asked if widespread looting and violence that grabbed national headlines Sunday night was the result of courts and prosecutors "going too easy on looters the last time" it occurred in the Windy City.  “It almost sounds as though you’re saying this is — the reason [this is happening] is because the courts and the prosecutors were not doing their job, that they’re going too easy on the looters from the last time around," ABC-7 political reporter Craig Wall asked Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown. “No, no, don’t — do not bait us," Lightfoot injected after some crosstalk. "Do not bait us. This is a serious situation. People are concerned about their safety. Officers are concerned about their safety. So don’t bait us."   Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot to reporter: "Do not bait us. Do not bait us." pic.twitter.com/72me4MXfVc— The...
    A BBC weather conditions presenter has apologised for a mix-up stay on air in which she claimed there were being heaps of doggers in a London park on Monday early morning. Carol Kirkwood, who immediately corrected herself, experienced meant to say that there had been numerous pet dog walkers and joggers outside making the most of the warm climate. Speaking about the sunny problems in a are living broadcast from Greenwich Park, London, Ms Kirkwood claimed: “Look at it. Magnificent. The sun is beating down. We have seen lots of doggers – not doggers of study course, heaps of doggy walkers and joggers all over in this article over the training course of this early morning.” Obtain the new Unbiased Premium appSharing the complete tale, not just the headlines Obtain now The weather conditions presenter took to Twitter on Monday morning to say sorry and to...
                  Presented by the Air Line Pilots Association     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Tuesday. We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the daily co-creators, so find us @asimendinger and @alweaver22 on Twitter and recommend the Morning Report to your friends. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported this week: Monday, 154,860. Tuesday, 155,471.   The world’s confirmed coronavirus cases surpassed 18 million. Top Republican and Democratic negotiators made little progress on Monday toward a coronavirus relief package as they regrouped following the expiration of federal  unemployment benefits enacted in March to help millions of jobless Americans.   Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinTrump won't say if he disagrees with Birx that virus is widespread On The Money:...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A suspect is in custody in connection with the shooting of a 9-year-old boy in Chicago's Cabrini Green neighborhood Friday night.The child was identified as Janari Andre Ricks, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office.Police said at around 6 p.m. in the 900-block of North Cambridge Avenue, a shooter approached the victim and several other people outside and opened fire in their direction. Police said the boy was playing in a parking lot not far from his home at the time of the shooting.The boy was struck multiple times, including in the chest. The first responding officers performed CPR until the Chicago Fire Department arrived. The boy was then taken to Lurie Children's Hospital where he was pronounced dead.At a press conference Monday morning, police said a suspect is in custody and charges are expected in the next day or two."I want to extend my deepest,...
    CHICAGO -- An infant was critically wounded in a shooting Monday morning on the Bishop Ford Expressway on the South Side.The child was shot while in the back seat of a northbound car on I-94 at 105rd Street, according to Illinois State Police.The driver heard a single gunshot at 11:15 a.m., and then noticed the infant was injured, state police said.The child, shot in the temple, was driven to Roseland Hospital, Chicago police said. The child was in the process of being transferred to a trauma center.Children appear to be falling victim to gun violence in increasing numbers in 2020.At least 14 children under 18 years old have died in Chicago from gun violence since June 20, according to records kept by the Chicago Sun-Times. Four of them were 10 years old or younger.(Source: Sun-Times Media Wire - Copyright Chicago Sun-Times 2020.)
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – New York City is reeling from a holiday weekend of gun violence, with police reporting dozens of shootings. At least 11 people were killed between Saturday morning through Sunday night. The NYPD said there were 37 shooting incidents over the weekend, with a total of 56 victims. CBS2’s John Dias reported two more people were shot Monday morning. “Something has got to be done because it’s getting way out of hand,” said Darrel Johnson of Bed-Stuy. The weekend violence flowed into Monday morning. RELATED STORY: De Blasio Says City Will ‘Double Down’ On Neighborhood Policing To Curb Gun Violence Chopper 2 flew over the scene of a double-shooting in Downtown Brooklyn, which send a 65-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman to the hospital. Hours earlier, a 25-year-old man was shot in the stomach in Bed-Stuy. “It’s sad and hurtful really, just so evident that we are...
    WCCO-TV morning anchor Kim Johnson has been fired. Johnson announced the news via a Monday morning Facebook post. “They told me they wanted to go in a different direction,” Johnson said Monday. “This is just part of the industry. It’s not as shocking to me as it maybe is to others.” A spokesperson forwarded a request for comment to WCCO management, who had yet to respond Monday afternoon. Johnson, who has been with WCCO since 2014, was on vacation last week. She got the call on Wednesday. Viewers began contacting Johnson Monday morning when she was not back on the air. That’s when she decided to announce the news via Facebook. “I didn’t want people to think I was ignoring them or avoiding the matter,” she said. “I wanted to get out ahead of it.” A Maple Grove native, Johnson interned at WCCO while attending the University of Minnesota. After...
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