Police Search For A Killer In Landover, Mayor Bowser’s New Initiative To Help Girls Of Color In DC …

Police search for who killed 15-year-old Landover boy…

A boy’s cellphone could hold a key clue into his death. Fifteen-year-old Dennis Taylor was walking to a friend’s house in Landover over the weekend when he got a text message that caused him to turn around. Not long after that, three shots rang out, and a neighbor found Taylor dead in the street on Columbia Place. Relatives say they don’t know who sent the text message, but police believe someone was targeting Taylor.

DC leaders announce a new plan to help young girls of color become leaders…

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser is preparing for a 10:30 press conference to unveil
the details of a new initiative to help girls of color. Bowser will be joined by Deputy for Education Jennifer Niles and DC Public Schools Chancellor Antwan Wilson at Kelly Miller Middle School in N.E. The program is called Reign: Empowering Young Women as Leaders. The program will achieve its goals by Creating spaces for young women of color to build community, confidence and leadership skills, Ensure that schools are empowering places for girls and Launch Reign innovative grants.

A self-proclaimed white supremacist from Md goes on trial for killing a black man in NYC23 …

The self-proclaimed white supremacist who allegedly traveled from Baltimore to New York City to kill black men is due in court today. U.S. Army veteran James Jackson is charged with second-degree murder as a hate crime. He’s accused of stabbing 66-year-old Timothy Caughman to death last week, using a two-foot sword. Jackson told the “New York Daily News” yesterday that he was sorry he killed Caughman. He expressed remorse for killing an elderly man, saying he would have preferred to kill “a young thug” or a more successful black man, the kind you see with “blondes” in Manhattan.

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