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  • Police arrest Gaithersburg KinderCare worker for inappropriately touching 3-year-old

    GAITHERSBURG, Md. – Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Department arrested a KinderCare working for inappropriately touching a three-year-old girl. According to police, Raul Teroy Tuban, 56, was arrested at his home on charges on sexual abuse of a minor and one count of third-degree sexual offense back on July 14th. He was released after posting a $25,000 bond. The arrest comes from an eight month investigation, where police learned that on October 22, 2016, the girl was taking a […]

  • ICE detains Northern Virginia pastor and threatens deportation; family holds out hope

    DUMFRIES, Va. – A small crowd gathers to worship in the basement-turned-church inside Juan Gutierrez’ home every Saturday. Today he wasn’t there, but that number grew, to support him. “It’s really hard, really hard because right now, it broke my family you know, he’s the father of my kids, supporter of my home,” says¬†Aurelia Sicha, Gutierrez’ wife. She says back on June 28th, she went with him to his yearly check-in with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office. At one […]

  • In Voice of America interview before disappearance, Team Burundi “seemed proud, excited”

    Police are searching for six teenagers from Burundi who were in Washington, D.C. to participate in an international robotics competition.

  • A month after crash, woman reunites with off-duty D.C. firefighter who saved her life

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Brittany Crouell said she told herself she was not going to cry today when she reunited with Jeff Beach, a ten year veteran of the District of Columbia Fire and EMS Department. But she said she couldn’t help it when he immediately greeted her with a hug. “It’s one of those moments where it’s just like, I shouldn’t be here, but I am.” Beach was off-duty, driving home from an appointment when he saw a car hit […]

  • Hundreds join Women’s March organizers in 18-mile march from NRA to Department of Justice

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Hundreds gathered outside the National Rifle Association headquarters in Fairfax on Friday morning for a 18-mile march to the Department of Justice. The group, spearheaded by Women’s March organizers met at 9 a.m. and started the “NRA 2 DOJ” march shortly after 11. A group of NRA supporters also gathered outside of headquarters with signs arguing that the Women’s March protestors cannot suppress the NRA’s freedom of speech but continue with theirs. The event says the march […]

  • Neighbors’ flags, World War II Army veteran’s American flag burned in Alexandria neighborhood

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Since 1983, day and night, year-round, Richard Cohen says he proudly keeps an American flag flying high at his home. Cohen is a decorated, disabled World War II Army veteran. He proudly keeps his bronze star in an upstairs office, along with a purple heart, which he received after he was wounded by machine gun fire in Germany back in 1945. “That cost me a year and a half in the hospital and the use of my […]

  • Through FirstNet, VA first responders will have access to dedicated network in crisis situations

    VIRGINIA – The Commonwealth is officially the first state to opt-in with a program that will help first responders communicate during emergency situations. On Tuesday, Governor Terry McAuliffe signed a letter of intent that allows FirstNet, partnered with AT&T, to bring a ¬†highly-secure wireless broadband communications network to Virginia. It will provide first responders with a system of devices, apps, and tools that will allow them to communicate in situations where service would normally be spotty or nonexistent. One of […]

  • UPDATE: Stepson accused of killing stepfather in Bowie home, posts pictures on Twitter

    Prince George's County Police say they have a man in custody for a homicide hours after he posted disturbing pictures on Twitter with his deceased stepfather.

  • Paintball wars worry Southeast D.C. neighborhoods, participants argue ‘it’s just a game’

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – If you drive past the corner of Mount View Place and Morris Road in the Anacostia neighborhood, you’ll notice a building and a sidewalk covered in multi-color splatter. It’s the result of frequent “paintball wars” happening in neighborhoods across Southeast D.C., a concern for safety and property for residents in the area. “Every resident in the District of Columbia should feel safe living in their neighborhoods,” said the Metropolitan Police Department in a statement to DCW 50. […]