Diana DiGangi is an assignment editor/web producer for DCW50, a freelance print/web journalist, a recent graduate of VCU’s print-online journalism undergrad program, and current multimedia journalism graduate student at VCU.

In the past she has been a college radio DJ, a freelance equine event photographer, a photo editor at her high school newspaper, an enterprise reporter covering the Virginia GA, a wedding photographer, and a social media/marketing intern.

Recent Articles
  • Help Wanted: Job opportunities across the DMV

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Looking for a job in the D.C. metro area? We have the latest job fairs and openings from across the DMV. We may be heading into summer, but a spring career fair is set for this Thursday in Carroll County, whose Business and Employment Resource Center says candidates will have an opportunity to speak with employers, finish applications, and share their resume. This fair will start at 9 a.m. sharp on North Center Street in Westminster. It’s free, and you […]

  • Police identify man fatally shot in Fairfax after altercation

    FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. — A man is dead after police say an argument among a group of men in Alexandria led to one of them being fatally shot on Saturday. The victim, Enrique Vanterpool, 27, is from Alexandria. The shooting occurred at a business in the 5700 block of General Washington Drive. A detective told DCW50 that the crime was a result of “party rage”. Police say their investigation revealed a group of men were inside the business, and started arguing. […]

  • Man accused of breaking into Woodbridge home three times

    PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Md. — An arrest warrant was obtained for a man on Friday after police say he burglarized a woman’s home multiple times and broke her phone to keep her from calling police. A 23-year-old woman in Woodbridge reported to police that she was asleep in her room early Friday morning when the accused, Joshua Barrett, who she says is acquaintance of hers, broke into her house and woke her up. The victim reported that the accused grabbed her phones, […]

  • DCW’s Weekend Opening Act 4-28-2017

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Anarcho-symbolist rock band DTCV (pronounced ‘detective’) brought their signature sound to Northwest venue DC9 recently. DCTV (you can find more info and some of their music here) says their fourth studio album, Confusion Moderne, is “a mix of classic French pop, garage, 60s yé-yé, and DTCV’s own signature post-punk inflections.” DC9, a 21- and older venue with three bars, is geared toward “music for the twenty-first century”. They also serve food. More info here.

  • DCW’s Weekend Opening Act 4-21-2017

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Street act Jon Noel recently serenaded passersby on the trombone outside of the Verizon Center. Find out more about Noel here.

  • UPDATE: Main road near five-alarm blaze near UMD reopened; fire still being fought

    PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, Md. — The University of Maryland at College Park closed early Monday due to poor air quality after a building near campus went up in flames causing heavy smoke in the area for several hours. Prince George’s County Fire Department spokesman Mark Brady said that residents of Spellman House, a retirement home across the street from the fire, were temporarily relocated to a nearby community center. The fire started in an empty building under construction in the […]

  • DC police seek suspect shown in video of shooting

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — The MPD is looking for a suspect who is seen in a video shooting a victim several times and then fleeing on foot in a video from April 12. The crime occurred around 8:25 p.m., in the 800 block of 9th St., Northeast. The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment of life-threatening gunshot wounds. Anyone who has information regarding this case should call police at 202-727-9099. Information can also be submitted to the TEXT TIP […]

  • Help Wanted: Jobs fairs and openings in your area

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Looking for a job in the D.C. metro area? We have the latest job fairs and openings from across the DMV. There is a job fair for all DoD ID card holders: military spouses and dependents, 18 and over; active-duty, retirees, and reserve military, National Guard; and DoD civilians and contractors. The fair will begin at 9 a.m. on April 26 at McGill Training Center in Fort Meade. Register here. There will be a hotel staffing job […]

  • Kit plane crashes in Loudoun County

    LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. — A man walked away from a minor plane crash this morning after he experienced engine trouble and crash-landed his kit plane in a field. Joseph Bryant, 53, who is from Washington, took off on Saturday morning in his one-seater Sonex experimental aircraft from the Leesburg Executive Airport heading for Georgia. An hour into his flight, the weather worsened and Bryant turned around. He started to have engine trouble and emergency landed his plane in a field […]