A mother and father who lost their daughter to violence is helping others. The parents of Sade Dixon are helping others by organizing a class to help teach women self-defense. "This is all about you -- building your confidence and making sure that you are safe," Stephanie Dixon-Daniels said. Stephanie's daughter, Sade, was murdered over a year ago. Her parents organized a self-defense class in her honor. "This year has been a lot of crying. A lot of surreal moments.
Police in Edgewater fatally shot a man who they said shot his wife Monday night. Authorities said they were called to a shooting at a home on Unity Tree Drive around 10 p.m.Edgewater police set up a perimeter and heard a gunshot just before a woman ran out of the residence screaming. Officers said they saw a man with a gun chasing her and shooting at her. When they ordered him to drop the gun, he refused and continued chasing her, prompting police to open fire, investigators said.
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