Lake Force Mall, Melissa Howell, The Richmond Times discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


The Lake force mall when the accident happened, Montgomery county police say the bus was dropping students off and had its red flashing lights activated when a driver went around the bus, hitting a 7 year old girl who was trying to cross. She was taken to a hospital with serious injuries, police say the driver did stay on the scene. Melissa Howell WTO P news. Now, three O 6. The school board and head over county Virginia just north of Richmond has approved a policy that will require trends gender students to submit a request in writing to the board if they want to use a restroom that aligns with their gender identity. The Richmond times dispatch reports this week that hand over county school board, which also suggested students submit signed statements from doctors or therapists to school administrators, verifying a student's gender dysphoria. And it's also suggests that students and parents alike present a child's disciplinary or criminal record to make sure students in the words of the school board chair don't have any ulterior intent. Opponents of this call the policy invasive and bullying. It's three O 6 on WTO P Thursday morning demands for police reform following the 2020 death of George Floyd at a veteran lawman says police have made progress, but there's still much to do. U.S. capitol police chief Tom manger finished his first year on the hill after 6 years as fairfax chief in 15 as chief in Montgomery county, where the public safety headquarters building now bears his name. I guess when you stick around someplace long enough, they want to do something nice, I guess. What's different today in policing than when he began in the 1970s. Despite the fact that we're the better trained than we've ever been, more accountable than we've ever been. And I think we're hiring better people than we ever have before. There's still a lot of mistrust in the community. Chief major says police must show their well intended and everything they do own up to mistakes and fix them and the public must understand police will never be perfect. Now, three O 7

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