In the News @ Noon

Snow on the first day to Spring causes school delays & closures…

It’s the first day of Spring and we have snow falling all across the Metropolitan area. Area’s North and West of DC could get up to 3 inches when its all over later tonight. Most in the WHUR listening area will notice snow on grassy area’s and a slushy mixture on the roads. Saturday will be sunny and at or near 60 degree’s.

A section of the BW Parkway reopens following a fatal crash…

The Northbound lanes of the BW Parkway at Route 50 have reopened, this after being shut down for most of the morning commute. Two vehicles were involved in an accident. One of the vehicle burst into flames. One person was killed. That person has not been identified.

FBI is investigating the discovery of an A.A. man found hanging from a tree in Mississippi…

Police have made a disturbing discovering. The body of a African American man was found hanging from a tree in Mississippi. The FBI and The Justice Department are now involved in the case. The victim has been identified as 54 year old Otis Byrd.

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