In The News @ Noon

The ice is melting, flooding possible…

The ice from over night and this morning is continuing to melt that mixed with the rain is making a slushy commute outside. Chuck Bell will have more on our forecast right after news.

Help is on the way for DC EMS…

There’s some good news for the District’s EMS service. City leaders have confirmed that a private ambulance company will begin servicing non emergency calls 7 days a week in the next 30 days. The calls will be serviced by American Medical Response from 7 am to 1 am.

A Howard University Alumna could be on the list to replace Judge Scalia…

As the battle brews over who will be nominated to replace U.S. Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia comes a new name — an alumna of Howard University. Both “USA Today ” and the “New York Times” are calling California Attorney General Kamala Harris a potential top contender to fill the seat. Harris is currently running to fill the Senate seat of retiring Barbara Boxer. The White House says the President will not rush into announcing a nominee.

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