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Big delays for some schools due to snow…

It’s snowing in parts of the Metropolitan area. Area’s North and West of the District could see up to 3 inches. The wintry mix has resulted in Frederick County Maryland and Virginia school leaders deciding to cancel classes. On a 2 hour delay are Loudoun and Fauquier County Public Schools.

A judge denies bond for a DC cop accused of sexually assault two teen girls…

A District Court Judge has denied bond for a DC Police Officer and Pastor accused of sexually assaulting two teen girls who attended his church in S.E. The prosecution also announced that a third woman had come forward to say that Officer Darrell Best sexually assaulted her as well. Best who is on paid administrative leave has a history of sexual misconduct within the police department, is due back in court next month.

FBI is investigating the hanging of a Black man in Mississippi…

The FBI and The Justice Department are looking into the hanging death of an African American man found hanging from a tree. The victim who was hanging from bed sheets has been identified as 54 year old Otis Byrd.

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