N.C. Gov. Elect vows to repeal “Bathroom Law”…

N.C. Gov. Elect vows to repeal “Bathroom Law”…

North Carolina Governor Elect Roy Coooper says that he will repeal the
states controversial “bathroom Law” tomorrow. The measure has resulted in a loss of money from entertainment and sporting events.

An arrest in made in Dunn Lorning Metro stabbing..

Police have arrested a suspect in connection to this mornings stabbing of a person at the Dunn Loring Metro Station in Virginia. The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries. It’s unclear what lead up to the incident.

March & Rally for Justice for Terrence Sterling in NW, tonight…

Concerned Citizens and Friends of Terrence Sterling are planning to march and rally for justice for him tonight at 7 at 3rd & M Streets in NW. Minister Steven Douglas says they will not stop their weekly peaceful march and rally for Terrence until their demands are met. Minister Douglass is also calling for criminal charges are filed against Officer Brian Trainer and that he is taken off of paid leave, which is paid by tax payer money.

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