Washingtonians march to bring awareness and judicial inquiry to the Terrence Sterling case.

Washingtonians march to bring awareness and judicial inquiry to the Terrence Sterling case.

Thursday, Aug 10 12 p.m. (ET)

Police Officer Won’t Be Charged in Terrence Sterling Case

Federal prosecutors announced last night that the police officer who shot an killed unarmed motorist Terrence Sterling last year wont be prosecuted. We get an update on the legal proceedings, and the reaction from the community.

Condos in Old Town, Alexandria.

Condos in Old Town, Alexandria.

Thursday, Aug 10 12:16 p.m. (ET)

Where Did Alexandria’s Affordable Housing Go?

A recent report released by the Alexandria Office of Housing said the city saw more than a 90 percent drop in its affordable housing stock since 2000. We discuss the causes of this dramatic drop and look at efforts to preserve market-rate affordable housing in Alexandria.

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