Washington DC news reporter, Charnice Milton, was shot and killed Wednesday night in the District.
Milton, 27, was found in the street suffering from a gunshot wound at around 9:40 p.m. She was taken to a local hospital where she later died.
Milton worked for Capital Community News since 2012. The Southeast resident covered community issues. According to the newspaper, Milton was a graduate of Ball State and earned a Master’s from Syracuse. She was described as a talented reporter with an “engaging manner that endeared her to her sources.” Continue reading →
The Bachelorette will soon feature a gay relationship between two male contestants who “fell in love,” during shooting.
In a video promo teasing an upcoming episode, one of Kaitlyn Bristowe‘s suitors, Clint Arlis, is seen admitting that he is in love with fellow contestant JJ Lane.
“It’s absolutely insane. I never thought that I’d meet somebody like that,” Clint says. “Falling in love with a man never crossed my mind.” Clint then says he is “100%” in love with JJ and that they have “grown very close to each other in the shower.” He also admits that Kaitlyn is not the right girl for him. “I love JJ, so I need the rose tonight,” he adds. Continue reading →
Ray McDonald, who was recently arrested over physically assaulting a woman while she was holding a baby, was again arrested, this time over violating a stay away order.
McDonald, was was cut by the Chicago Bears Monday, was rearrested for violating a restraining order that was issued at the time of his prior arrest.
The Santa Clara PD released a statement shortly after his arrest on Wednesday:
On Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at about 2:52 PM., Santa Clara Detectives learned Ray McDonald violated a restraining order for being at a residence in Santa Clara. Detectives later located Ray McDonald at a nearby Togo’s Sandwiches, 2203 Tasman Dr. in Santa Clara. Ray McDonald was arrested without incident and transported to Santa Clara Police Department for processing. He will be booked at Santa Clara County Jail. Continue reading →