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Brace for impact

The Supreme Court’s decision to abandon 50 years of judicial precedent on a woman’s constitutional right to abortion is sending gigantic shock waves across the nation and through the legal system. Add that to the absolutely damning evidence of Donald Trump’s treasonous attempt to overthrow American democracy in a planned and executed coup. Combined, these judicial and […] The post Brace for impact appeared first on Daily Montanan.
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3 teenagers arrested after attempted murder of police officer

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (DC News Now) — Three teenage boys were arrested after a string of burglaries and the attempted murder of a police officer. Police had footage of four suspects entering a home in the 5300 block of Brookeway Drive in Bethesda on June 21. They saw the suspect entering a home and stealing […]
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Report: Frontrunner emerges to trade for John Collins

There have been numerous trade rumors surrounding John Collins this offseason, and apparently one team is in the lead to acquire him. Sacramento sports radio personality Carmichael Dave reported about the status of Collins considering the Kings are one of the teams pursuing the Hawks big man. Dave said that the Washington Wizards are “at the front of the line” in pursuit of Collins.
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New Laws Take Effect July 1 in DC, Maryland and Virginia

New laws go into effect in the D.C. area on Friday, July 1, 2022 related to minimum wage, alcohol, gas taxes and more. Here’s a rundown. New Law in Washington, D.C. Minimum Wage Increase: The minimum wage in D.C. will rise from $15.20 to $16.10 per hour for all workers, regardless of employer size. For tipped workers, such as servers, the base minimum wage will increase from $5.05 to $5.35 per hour. Employers of tipped workers must also pay the difference if an employee's tips and base minimum wage do not reach D.C.’s $16.10 minimum wage.
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Officers Fatally Shoot Armed Suspect at Springfield Town Center: Police

Fairfax County officers fatally shot a suspect who police say refused to put down his gun outside the Springfield Town Center late Thursday afternoon, authorities say. About 4:30 p.m., three officers confronted the suspect, who was in his car in a parking lot near the Target store at the mall. Police Chief Kevin Davis said the 37-year-old man was wanted for stealing a gun from a relative's home on Sunday and firing the weapon in the home.
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Man killed in police shooting near Springfield Town Center

A man has been killed after he was shot by police near Springfield Town Center. Fairfax County police have not yet named the 37-year-old man, as they are waiting to notify his relatives. They said the man was wanted over an incident that happened Sunday, after police said he stole a handgun from a family member in Fairfax County, fired the weapon inside the house, and fled on foot, Deputy Chief Brian Reilly, with Fairfax County police, said Thursday night.
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Jayson Tatum Reacts to Bradley Beal Signing Max Contract With Wizards

Tatum reacts to Beal signing max contract with Wizards originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston. No one was happier to see Bradley Beal get paid than his longtime pal, Jayson Tatum. The Boston Celtics star, who grew up with Beal in St. Louis, tweeted a congratulatory message after the All-Star...
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Wanted man fatally shot by police at Springfield Town Center

SPRINGFIELD, Va. - A wanted felon was fatally shot by officers Thursday at Springfield Town Center, according to police. At a press conference, Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis said the confrontation occurred a little after 4:30 p.m. when three officers approached the man who was being tracked by the Fugitive Warrant Squad.
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Shots fired at Springfield Town Center, police say

SPRINGFIELD, Va. - Authorities are at the scene of a Virginia mall where gunshots were fired Thursday evening. Fairfax County Police said they received a call regarding the disturbance at Springfield Town Center on Franconia-Springfield Parkway. This is a developing story. Check back with FOX 5 for updates.
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How Jayson Tatum Reacted To Bradley Beal’s Massive Deal With Wizards

It has been a never-ending storyline the past couple of seasons that Bradley Beal could potentially link up with good friend Jayson Tatum and join the Boston Celtics. But Beal, even after declining his player option earlier this week, put the rumors to rest — at least for the immediate future — when he reportedly agreed to a maximum contract of five years and $251 million at the outset of free agency Thursday to stay with the Washington Wizards, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
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UPDATED: Man shot by FCPD officer at Springfield Town Center dies

(Updated at 8 p.m.) A 37-year-old Fairfax County resident has died after he was shot by police at Springfield Town Center this afternoon (Thursday), the Fairfax County Police Department announced. The shooting occurred outside Target in the 6600 block of Springfield Mall. The Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department transported...
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Yonkers Police, DEA, Make Firearm Trafficking Arrests, Seize 33 Guns

33 Guns Seized, Iron Pipeline Gun Network Shut Down. On June 30, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano, Yonkers Police Commissioner Chris Sapienza, Westchester County District Attorney Miriam E. Rocah, and DEA Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III announced a series of arrests in a multi-agency investigation into illegal firearms trafficking.
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