BC-MD--Greater Mid-Atlantic News Advisory 8:30 am, MD
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TODAY’S TOP STORIES
CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS-NORTH CAROLINA
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. _ The Board of Governors that oversees North Carolina’s statewide public university system discusses plans for a toppled Confederate monument at its December meeting. Upcoming.
CITY OFFICIAL-EMBEZZLEMENT _ A former Raleigh assistant city manager accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a business incubator that was funded by the city has entered an Alford plea.
TEACHER DIES-DRILL _ Authorities in North Carolina say a fifth-grade teacher who fell ill during a fire drill died at school.
EX-COUNTY MANAGERS-INDICTMENTS_ A former North Carolina official guilty of conspiring to defraud the federal government cannot go on vacation to Puerto Rico this month.
HUMAYUN KHAN-BILL _ A bill that would see a Virginia post office named in honor of a University of Virginia alumnus killed in action in Iraq is heading to President Donald Trump’s desk.
IMMIGRATION ACTIVIST DETAINED _ An Arizona judge has stripped a prominent Washington-area immigration and reproductive rights organizer of her green card and ordered her deportation.
CHILD PORN-SHOOTING _ Police in Virginia say a man indicted on 40 counts of possessing child pornography has shot himself in the head.
PROFESSOR -SEXUAL HARASSMENT _ A University of Virginia professor who was found to have violated policy by having inappropriate sexual contact with a student is retiring.
SOUTHWEST CASINO _ A businessman who wants to build a casino in Southwest Virginia said he’s confident about getting approval from the General Assembly.
LIP-SYNCING MOM _ Kelly Clarkson is sending some love to the mom who was captured lip-syncing on a fan cam while her son dove for cover in his hoodie.
STEM FIELDS-ARMY _ Maryland Rep. Anthony Brown is scheduled to discuss a U.S. Army initiative to expose more young people to fields related to science, technology, engineering and math in national security.
FATAL TEEN SHOOTING _ Police in the nation’s capital are seeking two suspects they say chased a 15-year-old boy into an apartment stairwell and then shot him to death.
CIVIL WAR-LETTERS _ A Civil War re-enactor raised enough money in less than two days to bring a collection of letters written by a Union soldier home to Delaware.
BAYADA WORKERS GIFTED MONEY _ The founder of a home health care company has given about $20 million of his personal funds to his company’s workers.
NHL-Capitals vs. Hurricanes. 7:30 p.m.
NBA-Knicks vs. Hornets. 7 p.m.
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