In the News @ 9

A man violates a protective order and shoots his ex girlfriends young child…

Over night police were called on a home on Foote Street in N.E. where they found a small child had been shot, twice. The little boy was hit in the arm. Early reports say the mother’s ex boyfriend violated a protective order and broke into the home and the two got into some time of altercation.

Its the 2nd and final day in a renewed search for missing Relisha Rudd…

Dive teams are now at the National Arboretum here in DC looking for clues to missing 8 year old Relisha Rudd. They are searching a small pond. DC Police Chief Lanier says the new 2 day search is the result of new information. Relisha has been missing now for 2 years. She was last seen with a janitor from the DC General Homeless Shelter where she was staying with her family.

P.W. Co. leaders move forward with plans to name a school after an A.A. community leader…

Despite a heated debate during a community meeting last night, the Prince William County School Board has decided to stick with a plan to rename Godwin Middle School after long time A.A. community leader & Army Vet. Dr. George Hampton.

Md leaders say “No” to Montgomery County’s request to waive snow days…

Maryland State Leaders have rejected a request by Montgomery County Schools to waive 2 snow days. Leaders say the school system did not attempt to change their calendar to account for the missed day. This decision could mean the school year could be extended.

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