In the News @ Noon

Fire Officials continue looking into a fatal blaze this morning in NW…

Fire Officials are still looking into the blaze that killed two people this morning on Riggs Place in NW. The victims names have not been released. Five others were injured, including three fire fighters.

The family of Cecil Mills is set to announce legal action in his death…

Some time this hour the family of Cecil Mills will hold a press conference to announcement legal action they are planning to take in his death. Cecil Mills is the 77 year old who died after collapsing in front of the Engine 26 Firehouse and first responders inside refused to help him.

Major development in the Savopoulos murder case…

CNN is reporting that police have positively matched blood found on the shoe suspect Daron Wint was wearing at the time of his arrest with one of the victims in last month mansion murders. Detectives are not saying if it matched one of the three Savopoulos family members or their maid. Wint who contends he had nothing to do with the murders, is due back in court later this month.

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