Harold Fisher

April COVID-19 Update

Dr. Reed Tuckson, Co-founder of The Black Coalition Against COVID-19 answers questions.

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Daunte Wright’s Killer Facing Charges

Minnesota cop Kim Potter will be charged with second-degree manslaughter

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Black On The Block Expo

A weekend expo that focuses on entrepreneurship education.

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Getting Home Alive After Encounters With Police

We take a hard look at encounters with police for people of color.

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Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Stopped

US recommends ‘pause’ for J&J shots in blow to vaccine drive

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Shake Up After Daunte Wright Killing

Cop, police chief resign 2 days after Black motorist’s death

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Daunte Wright Killed During Police Stop In Minnesota

We look at the facts of the incident and try to figure out what happened.

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DC Expanding Vaccine Eligibility

Everyone over the age of 16-years old are now eligible to be vaccinated.

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Unarmed Black Man Shot, Killed By Police In Minnesota

Police: Minnesota officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun

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Teaching “Adulting” To Your Children

Do’s and don’t when transition children into adulthood.

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Ex-PG County Executive Rushern Baker Running For Governor

He sought the Democratic nomination in 2018 but ended up losing to Ben Jealous.

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 Off-duty Pentagon Officer Charged With Murder

Two men shot outside a condominium building in Takoma Park.

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DIY: Home Repairs You Can and Cannot Do

Help you to save money on home repairs.

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Medical Experts Testify About George Floyd’s Death

Expert: Lack of oxygen killed George Floyd, not drugs.

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Autism, Parenting and the Pandemic

April is National Autism Awareness Month

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Navy Medic Shoots 2, Is Shot And Killed On Base

Two people who were wounded were flown to a hospital.

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US Rep. Alcee Hastings Dies At 84

Hastings was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer two years ago.

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The Derek Chauvin Trial, Week 2

We look at the trial, the law and the politics.

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DC Teachers’ Union President Killed In Car Ax

Before she was elected as union president, the North Carolina native spent 40 years teaching in DC classoom

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Reflecting on Good Friday

How we and our world has changed.

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MLB All-Star Game Moves In Response to GA Voting Restrictions

Commissioner Rob Manfred made the decision.

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Deadly Attack At The U.S. Capitol

Man rams car into two Capitol police; 1 officer, driver killed

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DIY SPRING CLEANING AND RENOVATIONS

No matter how large or small the project, we have great information for you.

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Johnson & Johnson Issues Statement On Vaccine Error

Current shipments of the J&J vaccine are not affected because they were made at a separate facility authorized by the FDA.

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Confederate General Statues Coming Down in VA

Virginia’s Supreme Court Approves Removing War Memorials

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Juvenile Crime In DC, What’s Behind It?

Why is this happening and what can be done about it? 

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Five Shot In Congress Heights

Two victims have life-threatening wounds.

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Lawn and Garden Tips

Even if you think you know it all… there’s plenty to learn.

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Pelosi Appoints First African American As House Sergeant-At-Arms

Major General William Walker has commander of the DC National Guard.

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New Police Chief for Prince George’s County

Aziz is a former executive director of the National Black Police Association and has been with the Dallas Police Department since 1992.

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Holding On To Your Faith In Troubled Times

Are you worried about cracks in your faith foundation?

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Restrictive Voter Laws Moving Through Georgia State House

Georgia House passes GOP election bill despite criticism.

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Biden Talks More Vaccines and Voting Rights

Biden also calls Republican efforts to restrict voting rights “sick.”

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Your Finances and the Pandemic, One Year Later

What has changed?  What has remained the same?  How can you navigate the choppy financial waters as thing slowly begin to open up?

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Virginia Officially Abolishes Death Penalty

Now that the bill is signed, the remaining 15 capital punishment crimes will become aggravated murder with a life sentence.

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Maryland Governor Signs $577M HBCU Settlement Bill

The settlement is related to underfunding at the state’s four historically Black colleges and universities.

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Nse’ Ufot on Voter Suppression Laws

Voter suppression bills on the rise in state legislatures across the country.

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Hate Crimes and Anti-Asian Violence

How the Black community and Asian community can address the recent increase in violence against Asian Americans.

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Illinois City First To Offer Black Residents Reparations

Each qualifying household would receive $25,000 for home repairs or down payments on property.

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George Floyd Murder Trial Opening Arguments March 29th

The 15 jurors selected for the trial of Derek Chauvin

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Colorado Supermarket Mass Shooting

Video posted on YouTube showed one person on the floor inside the store and two more outside on the ground, but the extent of their injuries wasn’t clear.

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Prince George’s Co. Exec. Angela Alsobrooks Talks COVID and Other Issues

Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks sits down for a wide-ranging interview.

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House Oversight Committee Holds Hearing On DC Statehood

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said District residents are “still not free” as they remain disenfranchised by Congress.

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Tyson V. Holyfield Negotiations At A Standstill

The rivals were set to square off at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.

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Dear Black Girl

If you could talk to your younger self… What would you say?

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Judge Limits Evidence, Refuses To Move Trial In Floyd death

Attorneys also seated a 13th juror.

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Black Marriage, Is It Still A Thing?

Doing the work for a successful marriage.

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Maryland Lawmakers Approve $577M to Settle HBCU Lawsuit

Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed a similar bill last year after citing economic difficulties created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Georgia Spa Shooting Update

Spa Shooting Suspect Frequented At Least Two Of Spas He Allegedly Attacked

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COVID-19 365 Days Later

How far have we come and how far do we have to go, one year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic?

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