DC Shooting, Best Schools, Temple Open House, Johnny Depp: VA, DC News

VIRGINIA — Top rated news stories this week in Washington, D.C. and Virginia involved Friday’s shooting on Connecticut Avenue in Northwest DC that injured 4 and led to a manhunt that finished in the suspect’s dying a new position of Virginia’s most effective general public significant educational facilities the Commonwealth not too long ago achieved the grim milestone of 20,000 COVID-19 fatalities and the Washington D.C. Temple will let guests for only the next time in its historical past.

Moreover, DC and Virginia people program to hit the highways and board airplanes to journey this summer months as pandemic concerns relieve actor Johnny Depp testified that he did not abuse his ex-spouse, Amber Read, as their defamation demo continues in Fairfax test out how filthy the air is in your local community the mystery of a odd “techno doorbell” seem chiming in communities was solved and more in our roundup of top rated news tales from DC and Virginia Patch sites this week.

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D.C. Taking pictures On Connecticut Ave.: Suspect Took His Own Life

The look for has ended for a person of interest in Friday’s shooting in Washington, D.C.’s Van Ness community, and the suspected shooter took his very own life, authorities claimed. Raymond Spencer, 23, of Fairfax was named a person of interest in the situation.

Johnny Depp On Stand: Ex-Wife Heard’s Allegations ‘Heinous’

Actor Johnny Depp took the stand Tuesday in his libel lawsuit from his ex-spouse Amber Listened to, expressing her domestic abuse allegations against him had been disturbing, heinous and “not dependent in any species of truth.”

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