5 things you need to know Wednesday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Wednesday, July 30:

1. 18-year-old shot in Silver Spring, police seek teen suspect

Montgomery County police are canvassing the area around Plyers Mill Road at Saint Margaret's Way where an 18-year-old woman was shot. Police believe she was with a friend, and one or both had been texting a teenage boy who met them at the scene. MORE

2. Williams to take stand in McDonnell corruption trial

The trial for former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife resumes Wednesday, where Jonnie Williams is expected to testify. Tuesday, defense attorneys said the McDonnells' marriage was "broken down" and Maureen developed a crush on Williams. MORE

3. Quite pleasant Wednesday, isolated PM t-storm Thursday

After a chilly start, it will be another pleasant afternoon with humidity levels in check and comfortable highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Thursday will see a touch more humidity and the threat for some isolated afternoon t-storms even in the DC metro. FORECAST

4. Judge delays his ruling against DC handgun ban

Scratch any plans to walk around the District carrying a registered handgun. The same judge who struck down the city's ban on carrying handguns outside the home last weekend has ruled his decision won't go into effect for at least three months. MORE

5. VA manipulated vets' appointment data, audit finds

Internal VA documents show the depth of fraudulent scheduling, manipulation of data and in some cases intimidation of staff to hide delays in medical care to veterans in the 6-million patient national system. MORE


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