In the News @ Noon

No arrest in double stabbing in NW…

No arrest have been made in this mornings double stabbing investigation. One of the male victims died at the hospital. The other suffered a serious leg injury. The attack happened just after 1 at 2nd and “K” Streets in N.W..

Civil Right’s leaders in Baltimore released a 6 point plan to improve police relations…

A coalition of Baltimore Community leaders lead by former NAACP leader Ben jealous are set to release a 6 point plan to help police relations. The plan includes removing gag orders on misconduct settlements and having all police officers equipped with body cams within a year.

Tamir Rice’s mother expected to ask for a special prosecutor in her sons death…

Later today we will hear from the mother of 12 year old Tamir Rice. Rice is the Ohio boy who was shot & killed police when they mistakenly thought his toy gun was a real one. Reportedly his mother will ask for a special prosecutor to look into her sons death.

You can now register for The National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony tickets…

If you and your family are interested in seeing this year’s free lighting of the National Christmas Tree, I have some good news. You can now enter the ticket lottery on line at www.thenationaltree.org. It closes on Monday at 10 am.

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