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Mel Reid opens up about range of LPGA reactions to Roe v. Wade

On Friday June 24, as some of the best female professional golfers in the world teed it up for the second round of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship just miles from Washington, D.C. the Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe vs. Wade decison that protected a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion. In reaction, the LPGA released a carefully worded statement, which was followed by a separate letter posted by individual players to their social media accounts. Mel Reid was one of those players, and she elaborated on why she was disappointed with the LPGA’s post on this week’s episode of Henni & Hally: Women with Game.

Dan Snyder Not Accepting Subpoena: NFL World Reacts

The House Oversight Committee subpoenad Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder to testify this week, but Snyder doesn't want to play along. Snyder has "so far refused to accept" the service of the subpoena, according to an Oversight Committee spokesperson. The longtime executive did not attend last week's Congressional hearing, and as a result, Committee chairwoman Carolyn Maloney announced she would be serving Snyder a sudpoena.
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Emily Engel-Natzke joins Capitals as video coordinator

The Capitals announced Thursday they have promoted Emily Engel-Natzke to video coordinator, and per the team, she’s the first woman to hold that position in NHL history. Engel-Natzke, 31, began working for the Hershey Bears in late 2020 where she quickly made an impression on members of the organization. Now, the Capitals have promoted her to the NHL.

Four arrested following strong-arm robbery in Ocean City

OCEAN CITY, Md. – Four suspects were arrested early Saturday morning on robbery and other related charges in Ocean City. At around 3:45 a.m., officers responded to the area of 20th Street and Philadelphia Avenue for a reported strong-arm robbery. Police met with the 25-year-old male victim from Baltimore who reported that he had been assaulted by three males who stole some of his personal property. The victim was seen by Ocean City EMS and was taken to Atlantic General Hospital for treatment of injuries.

California Man Who Questioned the Existence of Ashli Babbitt Gets Jail Time for Jan. 6 Capitol Breach

A California man who insists that the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol was a peaceful protest has been sentenced to jail time and probation for his admitted actions that day. Philip James Weisbecker, 51, had pleaded guilty in March to one count of parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building, a misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in jail and up to five years of probation. On Monday, Senior U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan sentenced Weisbecker to 24 months of probation and 30 days of intermittent confinement.

Look: NFL World Reacts To The Carson Wentz Photo

The Washington Commanders will hope Carson Wentz stabilizes the quarterback position this season. Since losing Kirk Cousins in free agency, Washington has played multiple signal-callers in each of the past four seasons. The franchise responded by acquiring Wentz from the Indianapolis Colts, bringing the 29-year-old back to the NFC East.

15-Year-Old Killed, Man Wounded In Washington, D.C., Shooting: Police

A 15-year-old boy was shot and killed, and a man was wounded in a shooting over the weekend in the nation's capital, police said. Blue Bryant, 15, was shot on Saturday, June 25, around 9 p.m. near the Shaw-Howard Metro station in the 1700 block of 8th Street, Metropolitan police said. The shooter also wounded a man in the incident. Paramedics rushed them to a nearby hospital, but Bryant died of his injuries the following day police, police said.

A Decade After Derecho: Remembering the Destructive Storm that Ravaged DC

It's been ten years since a devastating derecho ripped through the Washington, DC region. The 29th of June, 2012, will be difficult for people in and around Washington, D.C. to forget. A powerful line of highly gusty thunderstorms gave millions of people a new word that day: derecho. 10 Years...

Emily Engel-Natzke becomes first female Capitals assistant coach

The Washington Capitals upgraded their coaching staff by looking within the organization, promoting Emily Engel-Natzke from he Hershey Bears to the Caps as their video coordinator. She becomes the first full time female coach in franchise history. The 31 year old served as video coach with the Caps AHL affiliate...

Man arrested for beating 63-year-old woman to death at Fairfax Co. bus stop

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (7News) — Fairfax County police have arrested a man for beating a 63-year-old woman to death on June 17 at a Hybla Valley bus stop in Alexandria. Police say Michelle Huntley was found shortly after midnight that Friday with trauma to her upper body after being attacked at a covered bus stop near the corner of Richmond Highway (Rt. 1) and Belford Drive. She was treated at the hospital for more than a week before passing away on Saturday.

Dan Snyder Responds To Report He's Refusing To Appear

Last week, Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder declined to speak before the House Oversight and Reform Committee regarding a hearing on alleged workplace misconduct. The committee then sent out a subpoena for Snyder, but has not been able to serve him with it yet. An Oversight Committee spokesperson said today that Snyder has "so far refused to accept" the call to court.

'I'm crying and hurting' | Mother of 15-year-old shot, killed in Shaw mourns death as homicide rate goes up

WASHINGTON — Angela Bryant was on her way home from a church convention in Virginia when she received a call from her daughter that her young son was shot. Officers responded to 8th & R Street Northwest in D.C. on Saturday night to find 15-year-old Blu Bryant with a gunshot wound. Gunshots in the area alerted the shotspotter technology before 9:30 p.m.

Cherry Point 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing welcomes new leader

HAVELOCK, N.C (WNCT) – MCAS Cherry Point’s Second Marine Aircraft Wing had a change of command ceremony Thursday morning. Maj. General Michael Cederholm relinquished his command of the Second Marine Aircraft Wing to Major General Scott Benedict. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III announced in May that Cederholm will be appointed to the grade […]

Man And Woman Shot In Separate Shootings Monday Night, Police Say

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore police responded to two separate shootings in the northern part of the city Monday, according to authorities. Officers on patrol in Northeast Baltimore learned of the first shooting at 7:37 p.m. after a man with gunshot wounds arrived at a local hospital, police said. Investigators initially believed the man was shot in the4800 block of Sinclair Lane. About two hours later, at 9:42 p.m., officers on patrol in North Baltimore found a 29-year-old woman suffering from gunshot injuries, police said. The woman was taken to a local hospital where she is listed in serious condition, according to authorities.  Anyone with information about these shootings can contact Northeastern District detectives at 410-396-2444 or Northern District detectives at 410-396-2012. Anonymous tipsters can call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.