WASHINGTON (AP) — Amtrak is modifying service in the Northeast and Midwest because of winter storms moving through the region.
The Capitol Limited, from Chicago to Washington, and the Lake Shoe Limited, from Chicago to New York, are canceled on Saturday.
On Sunday, five Acela trains and six Northeast Regional trains will not operate between New York and Boston. Six Keystone trains are canceled between New York and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Two Pennsylvanian trains are canceled between New York and Pittsburgh. Two Vermonter trains on Sunday will not run between St. Albans, Vermont, and New Haven, Connecticut.
Northeast Corridor service between New York and Washington will run as scheduled.
Amtrak passengers are advised to check on the status of their trains throughout the weekend.
Forward Josh Bailey finally opened scoring in the game almost halfway into the third period, and Cal Clutterbuck followed with another goal less than three minutes later. After tonight’s loss, the Islanders sit atop the Metropolitan division.
The Caps will have a shot to turn things around versus the Blackhawks in Sunday’s matinee. Coverage of Capitals-Blackhawks begins Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on NBC Sports Washington and streaming on the MyTeams app.
WASHINGTON — A Winchester police officer will not face charges for firing two shots at a man outside his residence earlier this month, Virginia State Police said Friday.
City of Winchester Commonwealth’s Attorney Marc Abrams determined no charges will be placed on Officer A.M. Warren over an incident around midnight on Jan. 9.
Police said Warren fired on an armed man in the 2300 block of Tower Avenue while responding to a 911 call expressing concern over the man’s behavior.
Warren encountered the 37-year-old man outside his residence with a handgun in his waistband, state police said.
According to investigators, Warren fired two shots in the man’s direction after he placed his hand near the gun despite verbal orders to surrender.
Police said the man cooperated with law enforcement upon being taken into custody and was taken to a nearby facility for mental health assessments.
The incident was evaluated by the Virginia State Police’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation, who turned over their investigative files to Abrams for a final decision. Neither Warren nor the man were injured.