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Airbnb Cancels Reservations

(DC)- Airbnb has made the decision to cancel all reservations in the D.C. area for next week.  The booking company made the announcement yesterday and said it’s all in an effort to help keep hate groups out

Metro Closing Stations

(DC)- Metro is closing several stations ahead of the Inauguration of Joe Biden.  The transit agency will close 13 stations beginning tomorrow and Saturday.  Trains will pass directly through the stations without stopping.  Some of the stations

Missing Baby Found

(Louisa)-  A woman is in custody this morning after she abducted a young baby in Louisa County.  Authorities issued an amber alert for eight-month-old Killian Briers late Tuesday night.  He was found unharmed early Wednesday morning.  Police

State Capitol Prepares For Protests

(DC)- Officials are preparing for possible protests at the Virginia State Capitol.  This comes after the F-B-I sent a memo to each state warning them of possible violent gatherings at state capitols across the country.  Capitol Square

Museums To Remain Closed

(DC)- D.C.’s museums will not open their doors anytime soon. Mayor Bowser extended the closure of museums due to the safety concerns surrounding the Inauguration and a rise in COVID-19 infections. As it stands, they will be

Northam: Watch Inauguration at Home

(Richmond)- Governor Northam is encouraging Virginians to watch the Presidential Inauguration from home. Northam joined the D.C. Mayor and Maryland Governor in asking people not to come to DC on January 20th. Security will be heightened throughout

Next Round Of COVID Vaccines Begin

(Richmond)- Virginia health officials will begin passing out the next round of COVID-19 vaccines. Group 1-B will begin to be vaccinated today. Some of those who will receive the vaccine in this group are teachers, firefighters, seniors

National Guard To Remain In DC

(Richmond)- Virginia’s National Guard will stay in D.C. longer. Officials announced over the weekend that the guardsmen will remain in DC until the Presidential Inauguration. Around two-thousand personnel from the Commonwealth are expected to be in DC