The FBI Helps In The Search For Missing S.E. Girl, Teacher’s In Prince George’s Co. Stage A “Work to Rule”Protest

The FBI helps in the search for missing S.E. girl…

The FBI is joining DC Police in the search for a missing 11-year-old. Arianna Stone was last seen on Friday on 46th Street in S.E. anyone with information is urged to call the police.

Teacher’s in Prince George’s Co. stage a protest, it could affect your kids…

The Prince George’s Educators Association is supporting a “Work to Rule” in protest to several Central Officer employee receiving big unapproved pay raises. The protest means teachers are to only do what their contract states, no volunteering or working before or after school for the rest of the month. This could affect after school activities.

President Trump unveils a plan that could give drug dealers the death penalty…

President Trump is due to head to New Hampshire today. The President will unveil his plan to combat the Opioid epidemic. One plan includes allowing the Justice Department the ability to seek the death penalty against drug dealers.

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