One Dead, Three Wounded After SE Shooting, Orange Juice Recall

One Dead, Three Wounded After SE Shooting

One person is dead and three are wounded in a shooting just blocks away from where Mayor Bowser was holding a press conference on gun violence. Police say it happened around 11:00 this morning near 16th and V Streets, SE. A woman was declared dead at the scene, while two men were taken to the hospital. A fourth victim was later identified. Authorities are searching for a silver car with possible damaged windows.

Tampico And Hiland Juices Being Recalled

Hiland Dairy is voluntarily recalling its Tampico Citrus Punch and Hiland Orange Juice. The dairy believes the affected one-gallon jugs came from its Omaha, Nebraska facility and could contain life-threatening milk protein for those with allergies. The recall was issued by the FDA after it was notified by Hiland. The FDA indicates that no illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported. Hiland claims the juice was sold and distributed at grocery retailers in Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado and Kansas. Only jugs with the plant code 3-1-0-8 in the last four digits should be thrown out or returned for an exchange.

Governor Has Millions Stashed Away For Re-Election

Governor Hogan’s bankroll for his re-election campaign stands at more than nine-million dollars. That’s what Hogan and Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford are expected to report when they submit their campaign finance report to state election officials today. The “Sun” reports the duo has raised nearly five-and-a-half-million bucks over the past year. They have until midnight to provide details about campaign donors and expenses.

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Harold T. Fisher is a broadcast journalist and author. He is currently the host of the news/talk program, “The Daily Drum” on WHUR-FM and H-U-R Voices, Sirius/XM Channel 141. Highlights of his journalism campaigns include the aftermath of the earthquake in Port Au Prince, Haiti; coverage of the 2008 Democratic and Republican conventions; the Jena 6 protests in central Louisiana; the Midwestern floods of 1994 and hurricane Andrew in 1992.

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