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  • Montgomery, Prince George’s county jails make ICE list; accused of ignoring federal laws

    UPPER MARLBORO, Md. — President Donald Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration came with a mandate to hold jails across the country accountable if they don’t comply with federal laws regarding detained undocumented workers. On Monday, the office of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement released its first Declined Detainer Outcome Report. The report lists corrections facilities nationwide that failed to hold undocumented offenders once their sentence was served. The report said both Montgomery and Prince George’s County declined to detain one offender each […]

  • Police, Blair High School leaders count community as big winner in basketball tournament

    SILVER SPRING, Md. – As sixteen teams warmed up Thursday for a 5-on-5 basketball tournament at Blair High School no one seemed out of place even if some of the participants hadn’t been in a high school gym in a decade or more. All were welcome for the second annual H.O.O.P.S. tournament including Montgomery County Police officers, Blair High School students, teachers and staff. Also in the mix were Montgomery County Fire and Rescue personnel, local corrections officers, state attorney’s […]

  • UPDATE: New safety measures in place after alleged rape at Rockville High School; two students remain jailed

    MCPD have arrested and charged two Rockville High School students, with the rape of a juvenile female Rockville High School student.

  • All day hockey game raises big money for DC kids, players

    WASHINGTON DC — On Sunday, the great melting pot happened to be on a frozen slab of ice. The Marathon Hockey Game raised around $17,000 for Kids on Ice, a program that helps kids afford equipment and ice time for hockey. The game started at 8 a.m. and ended around 8 p.m. DCW50 News at 10’s Jomo Stubblefield has more from Fort Dupont Ice Arena.  

  • College students use Solar Spring Break to help DC families

    WASHINGTON DC — About one dozen students from the University of North Carolina braved this past week’s winter weather in Washington DC to help families in Southeast DC. They were part of a Solar Spring Break program which uses students and professionals to install solar panels in existing homes and housing complexes. This week work was done at the Parkchester Apartments to install new panels on an old building to help residents save money on electricity. Bailey Recktenwald is a […]

  • DCW50 MVP: Fairmont Heights senior making the most of his last high school year

    DCW50 MVP: Cydnuy Ware Sport: Swimming, etc. School: Fairmont Heights School District: Prince George’s County

  • Reagan National passengers brace for impact of winter storm

    ARLINGTON, Va. — Ahead of this past week’s storm many passengers scrambled to rebook their flights and avoid travel delays. DCW50 News at 10’s Jomo Stubblefield reports.

  • Prince George’s police canvass neighborhood for clues into parking lot slaying

    LARGO, Md. — A knock on the right door of a Largo apartment complex could help police in Prince George’s County find a killer. On Thursday, detectives went door-to-door looking for answers in the death of Gregory Taylor, 25. They also shared flyers with information about the victim in hopes that what they uncover could lead to a killer that’s still at large. Taylor was shot and killed Wednesday night near the 10,000 block of Campus Way S, near Prince […]

  • Northern Virginia, Washington DC crews ready for winter storm

    WASHINGTON DC — Thousands of trucks across Washington DC and Northern Virginia are now at work removing snow and ice from the roads. Department of Transportation crews in DC and on the other side of the Potomac River have been at work since early Monday evening. All this is happening as many people prepare to stay home on Tuesday. “I think I expect the government to do exactly what its doing– pretreating the roads informing us of what’s going on, […]