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Recent Articles
  • Site of shooting attack ready for baseball & the Alexandria community again

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. — There were hot dogs and handshakes aplenty as a crowd of more than 200 welcomed little league baseball back to Eugene Simpson Stadium, the site of a mass shooting last week in the Del Ray neighborhood. Before a regularly scheduled game between ‘juniors’ from Alexandria and Fort Hunt, emergency workers were honored for the jobs they did the morning James Hodgkinson went on a rampage and shot 5 people before being shot by police and ultimately dying […]

  • Awesome Con finishes strong

    WASHINGTON DC — The annual celebration of pop culture in the DMV wrapped up Sunday with another big day of fun. Awesome Con featured actors from popular shows like Doctor Who, The Walking Dead and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a famous film maker in Edgar Wright and the voices behind the characters from some of your favorite games. There were also more than 100 vendors selling special prints, t-shirts, costumes, props and much more. Check out the Awesome Con website […]

  • Redskins put former Super Bowl MVP Williams in charge of players

    LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have promoted Doug Williams to Senior Vice President of Player Personnel. Williams is a veteran of 20 NFL seasons, including nine as a player and 11 in scouting/personnel roles. Prior to joining the Redskins’ personnel department in 2014, Williams spent five seasons as Personnel Executive with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2004-08 before being named the team’s Director of Pro Personnel for the 2009 season. A member of the […]

  • Former Montgomery County teacher found guilty of sexual abuse

    A former elementary school teacher in Silver Spring has been convicted.

  • DC Police for Tomorrow Fellowship Program launches

    WASHINGTON DC — Police and community relations, race bias and use of force. Those are just some of the challenging topics that will be covered by a select group of officers with the DC Metropolitan Police Department with the launch of the MPD and Georgetown Law Police for Tomorrow Fellowship program. The year program will pair the 19 volunteers with mentors within the department and leaders within the world of academia through the Georgetown Law Center. he’s extremely proud the […]

  • Church leads show of community unity after noose found hanging in Hillcrest neighborhood

    WASHINGTON DC — There were no bibles or crosses in plain sight for Sunday night’s gathering of the East Washington Heights Baptist congregation. There was no need for either when the focus of the service was on a recent hate crime in the neighborhood. Close to 100 people marched from the church to a home on 36th Place SE where a noose was found hanging from a house still under construction last week. That house was right across the street […]

  • DCW50 MVP: DC Public Schools baseball players honored with trip to Nats Park

    DCW50 MVPs: MATTHEW DULANEY, SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS INNES MACKAY, WOODROW WILSON HIGH HASAN AQUIL, DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL JUAN SANCHEZ, BELL MULTI CULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL District: DC Public Schools

  • Protest following climate agreement decision draws big crowd to White House

    WASHINGTON DC – A rally in response to President Donald Trump’s decision reverse course on the nation’s commitment to follow suit with almost every other nation in the world and follow a set of environmental rules and standards broke out in front of the White House Thursday. The event drew more than 1,000 people including former Secretary of Labor and chairman of the Democratic National Committee Tom Perez. “We understand as Democrats that climate change is a threat to our […]

  • Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery

    ARLINGTON, Va. – Thousands if not tens of thousands of families from across the DMV and beyond honored and remembered their loved ones who served at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day. Among the families visiting a grave stone was the Drury family from Alexandria. Their son Lt. Jr. Grade Patrick Drury died while training in Alabama in 2013. Photojournalist Peter Alvey talked with the family and has more on the award Drury received after his death.