DC Police Search For A Female Teen Killer…

DC Police search for a female teen killer…

DC detectives are reviewing a metro bus surveillance tape for the second teen girl involved in a deadly fight last night. The suspect is a female between 17 and 19 years old. She is accused of fatally stabbing a 17 year old girl in the chest at Kansas Avenue & Emerson Street in NW following a fight on the bus.

Today’s the deadline in Md to register on line or by mail to vote…

Maryland residents today is your last day to register to vote on line or by mail. You can register on line and in person until 9pm. If you register by mail, the application must be post marked with today’s date.

DC leaders set to approve “Right to Die Bill”…

The DC City Council is set to approve the “Right to Die Bill”. It allows Doctor’s to prescribe lethal drugs to terminally ill people. Opponent fear the measure could disproportionately affect poor elderly blacks in the city. If approved by the council, it’s still unclear if Mayor Bowser will sign off on it.

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