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Washington Metrorail Safety Commission removes 60% of trains from service

Washington Metrorail Safety Commission ordered the removal of all 7000-series railcars from service. Only 40 trains will remain operating as of now. 7000-series trains make up nearly 60% of Metrorail’s fleet so trains will operate about every 30 minutes rather than the usual 5-8 minutes.

‘Critters in crisis’: Pollution is reducing wildlife populations in Montgomery County streams

Certain insects, fish, and amphibians are now considered at-risk in Montgomery County Streams. Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection and Montgomery Parks blame pollution. County officials say residents can play a crucial role in preventing pollution in local streams.

Media Watch: The Gabby Petito Disappearance

Student media reporters analyze network coverage of the Gabby Petito disappearance.

CNS TV Newscast 10/12/2021

CNS TV Newscast from October 12, 2021

DC council making moves to legalize selling marijuana

Washington, D.C. Council members move forward with legislation that would tax and regulate cannabis and reinvest 50% of revenue back into communities heavily targeted by the drug war.

Anne Arundel County School Board of Education considers raising school bus driver wages

The Anne Arundel County School Board of Education votes to increase school bus driver compensation by $5 an hour and offers incentives to maintain and recruit drivers.

Facebook whistleblower testifies before members of the Senate

Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen fielded questions and shared insight into Facebook’s daily routines at the media giant.

Netflix donates over $5 million to fund a memorial scholarship in honor of Chadwick Boseman at his alma mater.

Netflix recently donated over $5 million to help fund a memorial scholarship in honor of Chadwick Boseman.

Animals at the Maryland Zoo are getting the animal-friendly COVID vaccine

Animals now are receiving protection from COVID with a vaccine provided by Zoetis at no cost to the zoos. It will be given to 34 animals at the zoo, and they will begin receiving the shots in October of this year.

A local small business is rewarding teachers for their hard work

A local small business is paying it forward for teachers who have gone through the unimaginable during the COVID-19 pandemic. FlanCake by Gaby is giving teachers free flan cakes for their continued hard work and dedication.