DC Expects Largest Snowfall Of Season

Police Looking To Find Motive In Maryland High School Shooting

Police in Maryland are investigating a shooting this morning that left two high school students injured and the gunman dead in St. Mary’s County. A 17-year-old student opened fire at the Great Mills High School this morning, critically injuring a 16-year-old female student. A 14-year-old male student was also injured but is in stable condition. St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron said they believe a prior relationship existed between the shooter and the female victim. The suspect was shot and killed by a school resource officer shortly after the shooter opened fire. Officials say the high school will likely be closed until the end of the week.

DC Expects Largest Snowfall Of Season

Despite the first day of Spring, the DC area is currently preparing for the largest snowfall of the season. A storm of sleet and snow has prompted Winter Weather Advisories and Storm Warnings tonight for the north and west areas of DC. Forecasters are predicting between seven inches up to a foot of snow until the storm weakens Thursday.

FBI Confirms Link Between FedEx Store, Texas Package Bombs

Federal investigators are confirming a FedEx link to the Texas package bomber. A source tells NBC News the FBI has confirmed the bomber visited a store outside Austin to ship at least two of the devices. One bomb exploded last night at a FedEx facility outside San Antonio, while another was discovered at a FedEx facility in Austin. Sunset Valley police told reporters earlier today whoever visited the store would have gone inside because there isn’t a package drop-off outside. Four bombs have gone off in the Austin city limits this month, killing two people and injuring four others.

Ex-Playboy Model Sues To Break Silence About Alleged Trump Affair

A former Playboy model is suing to free herself from an agreement to remain silent about an affair she claims she had with Donald Trump before he became President. Karen McDougal filed the suit against American Media Inc., the owner of the “National Enquirer.” The publication allegedly paid her 150-thousand dollars for her story, but it was never published. McDougal claims she was misled by American Media and her lawyer at the time, and wants the contract invalidated. She spoke with “The New Yorker” last month and maintains she was warned by the media company not to make any further disclosures.

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Harold T. Fisher is a broadcast journalist and author. He is currently the host of the news/talk program, “The Daily Drum” on WHUR-FM and H-U-R Voices, Sirius/XM Channel 141. Highlights of his journalism campaigns include the aftermath of the earthquake in Port Au Prince, Haiti; coverage of the 2008 Democratic and Republican conventions; the Jena 6 protests in central Louisiana; the Midwestern floods of 1994 and hurricane Andrew in 1992.

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