Hit And Run Driver Wanted In DC, 10 Year Old Seriously Injured…

Hit and run driver wanted in DC,  a 10 year old was serious injured…

DC Police are still searching for the driver of a hit and run involving a 110-year-oldon Tuesday. Si-Onna Branison was struck in the crosswalk walking home after school on 8th Street in NW. Witnesses say two women in a gray car hit her. The passenger
reportedly got out to check the damage to the car but not the child before they drove off.

Senate leaders in VA approve high fine for slow drivers…

Virginia lawmakers in the House have approved a bill that would make it illegal to go slow in the left lane. Violators would be hit with a $250 fine. The measure now heads to the

Thousands from MD sign up for Affordable Care…

Thousands of Marylander’s took advantage of what could be the last open enrollment of the Affordable Care Act.  The numbers in today show that 157-Thousand enrolled with private healthcare plans while over 340-thousand enrolled for Medicaid coverage through the state’s website. 40% of those who registered were first timers.

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