In the News @ Noon

Bill Cosby’s attorney speaks out, he’s not guilty…

Bill Cosby is out of jail on a $1 million dollar bond. He’s due back in court on January 14th for sexually assaulting a woman in his home 12 years ago in Pennsylvania. This morning his attorney Monique Pressely told NBC’s “Today” show Cosby has done nothing wrong. If Cosby is convicted of the one charge he faces up to 10 years in prison.

Black Lives DMV protesters prepares to shutdown Chinatown in DC, tonight…

Black Lives DMV wants justice for Sandra Bland and Tamir Rice and they are willing to shutdown a section of Chinatown to call attention to their demands. Tonight protest is set for 7 at 7th and “H” Streets in N.W..

Two new ways to get home tonight if you have had too much to drink…

It’s New Year’s Eve and millions of Americas plan to celebrate tonight with alcohol. For the first time locally Miller Lite is covering Metro bus and rail fares for those who have had too much to drink. It starts at 6 until 3am. You can also get a free cab ride home from Sober Ride, up to $30 if you call 1-800-200-taxi.

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Taylor Thomas is the local Morning News Anchor for the Steve Harvey Morning Show on 96.3 WHUR. You can also see her on Wednesday’s on NBC 4 at 4:30 for WHUR’s “Talk Around Town”. Taylor is a veteran news journalist with over 20 years of experience delivering news that matters. In 2006, Taylor Thomas joined the Award Winning WHUR News Department. She wears several hats at WHUR including producer/host of “Let’s Talk Money” on WHUR World HD2 and host of “PML- People, Money & Life on WHUR Voices Sirius XM Channel 141. Taylor grew up in a military family and calls Great Britain (where her mother is from) and the Philippines home. Taylor Thomas is a graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech Communication with a minor in Radio, Television, and Film. She is dedicated to uplifting and educating others about health, money and social issues.

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