Republicans postpone health care vote; man who killed teen in Sterling reportedly member of MS-13

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Wednesday, June 28.

Senate Republicans postponed a vote on their health care bill until after the July 4 recess.
(The Washington Post)

The man who killed a teenager in Sterling is reportedly a member of the MS-13 gang.
(ABC 7 News)

A Stafford County police officer, who was filmed dancing with North Stafford High School students at a pep rally and the video went viral, competed in America’s Got Talent but was eliminated by the judges.

Theodore Roosevelt Island closed yesterday and will remained closed for up to three weeks while diseased trees are removed from the park.

The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce awarded Sen. Tim Kaine with the Spirit of Enterprise award during an event at the National Conference Center in Leesburg. During his speech, Kaine criticized Senate Republicans for their approach in drafting the new health care bill.
(Loudoun Times-Mirror)