5 things you need to know Friday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Friday, June 13:

5. Flood Watch noon-10 p.m., more storms

Friday is another Yellow Alert day for storms, mainly in the afternoon and evening. Humidity remains uncomfortable and some of the storms will produce heavy downpours once again. A cold front will arrive this evening bringing drier air for the weekend....finally! FORECAST

4. Charles Severance bond hearing

A bond hearing for Charles Severance is scheduled for Friday afternoon. He appeared via closed circuit video at a hearing Thursday where a judge rejected his lawyer's request for a gag order. Severance is facing a gun charge in Loudoun County, but is also wanted for questioning in connection with three murders in the last decade in Alexandria. MORE

3. O.J. Simpson's trial began 20 years ago

On June 12, 1994, famed former running back O.J. Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend, Ronald Goldman, were stabbed to death at her home. What followed was what many call the "trial of the century." Simpson was charged with the murders and America watched every twist and turn of the televised, high-profile proceedings until he was acquitted on Oct. 3, 1995. MORE

2. Friday the 13th to feature full 'Strawberry' moon

Skywatchers will get a special treat as a full moon occurs on a Friday the 13th, something that hasn't happened in June since 1919. Known as the "Strawberry" moon, the actual full moon will occur very early Friday morning, but will still be nearly full when it rises in the east Friday evening. MORE

1. Virginia has budget after months of gridlock

VA lawmakers have reached a budget after a three month stand-off. They addressed $1.5 Billion revenue shortfall. The new budget ensures that Governor McAuliffe cannot expand Medicaid without legislative approval. MORE


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