Friday Morning Rundown

Brazilian officers ready for World Police & Fire Games/Credit: Reston Association

Grant Hill, NBA Team Owner — Reston native and former NBA star Grant Hill now owns part of the Atlanta Hawks. [Washington Post]

FCPS Amends Family Life Education — The Fairfax County School Board voted Thursday to keep most of the Family Life Education lessons in their own curriculum rather than as part of health class, enabling families to easier opt out. The Board also adopted changes to the Family Life Education lessons. [FCPS]

Gotta Dance (And Sing and Play) — Metro is holding auditions next week for MetroPerforms! series in August. Musicians, dancers, singer and other artists could get a chance to perform for a limited time at Metro Stations throughout DC. [Metro]

Offering Help — Here’s a look at the 4,000 volunteers for the 2015 World Police & Fire Games, which begin Friday. [Fairfax Times]

Virginia’s Business Ranking — Virginia falls in the annual CNBC “Best States for Business” rankings. [Washington Business Journal]

Brazilian athletes ready for World Police & Fire Games/Credit: Reston Association

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