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  • Remains identified in 29 year Virginia cold case

    NORTHERN VIRGINIA — Marta Haydee Rodriguez was just 28-years-old when she went missing from Arlington County in 1989 and would remain so, until Wednesday when Virginia State Police confirmed the identity of remains found along the median near mile marker 141 on Interstate 95 in Stafford back in 1991. Not far from that location, Pamela Butler is also believed to be buried. She went missing back in 2009. The one person they have in common is Jose Rodriguez, who was […]

  • White House contractor gets $85K bond in attempted murder case

    UPPER MARLBORO, Md.– Martese Edwards could face decades behind bars for the laundry list of charges stacked against him in the May 3rd shooting that critically injured Jeremy Brown, who is dating the suspect’s ex-girlfriend. According to court documents, Edwards shot Brown while he was in a car waiting for Anisha Wright who had gone to Edwards’ home in Suitland to retrieve some of her belongings. While Brown and the driver of that vehicle were waiting for Wright to return, […]

  • Candidates for Prince George’s County Executive debate key issues ahead of primary

    FORT WASHINGTON, Md. — The ballot will be full of contenders vying for the County Executive seat in Prince George’s county later this month. Tuesday night, four out of 10 of those candidates debated on hot button issues ranging from the state of PGCPS to economic development at Ebenezer AME Church which was hosted by WHUR. Senator C. Anthony Muse, Former Congresswoman Donna Edwards, State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks, and Former Obama Appointee, Paul Monteiro were all in attendance. The debate began […]

  • Unarmed man shot multiple times; killed by Montgomery Co. Police Officer

    UPDATE: The Montgomery County Police Officer involved in yesterday’s shooting has been identified as Anand Badgujar, a two year veteran assigned to the 3rd District Patrol Division. SILVER SPRING, Md. – Monday, Montgomery County Police Chief Tom Manger said during a news briefing that an unarmed African American man was shot dead by one of his officers following a confrontation, just after 2:00pm. “The only thing I could hear was the six shots go off, and our entire neighborhood heard it. […]

  • Moses Cemetery supporters growing impatient as HOC stays silent on future plans for the site

    KENSINGTON, Md. — The fight continues to preserve the Moses African Cemetery in the Westbard neighborhood of Bethesda. Members of the Macedonia Baptist Church and other community leaders have been battling it out to get the deed to the parcel of land which sit at the Westwood Towers Apartments.     Wednesday, frustrations flared as the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County heard again from activists, faith leaders, and political candidates in support of memorializing the African American burial ground, but […]

  • Alexandria discusses longterm plan to address Old Town ‘nuisance’ flooding

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. — For years flooding has been an issue along the low lying areas near the waterfront in Old Town, Alexandria. While restaurants have said it is a huge inconvenience for diners, the city says they have a plan to keep the waters at bay, eventually. “We had to close down half of the patio. Literally you couldn’t sit there because there was water flooding half of it.”, said Edward Bailey, manager of Virtue Feed and Grain. He said […]

  • More help for Ellicott City flood victims

    ELLICOTT CITY, Md. – Friday, recovery efforts continued in Ellicott City as residents were given a chance to assess the damage to their property following Sunday’s flood. People began lining up around 4:00pm outside of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church which has served as a hub of resources and for residents to catch a ride down to Main Street. “We’re in line today not to clean, but to have our claim adjusters who came in from Kentucky who’ve been waiting two […]

  • Ellicott City residents offered help and resources after Sunday’s flood

    ELLICOTT CITY, Md. – Wednesday, Howard County held a meeting for Ellicott City residents directly affected by Sunday’s flooding, just 20 months after the area was devastated by flooding in 2016. “It was the most near-death experience I could ever tell you about.”, said Joan Eve who owns an antique shop that has now been destroyed for the second time. When I spoke with her last year on the anniversary of the 2016 flood, Eve had just reopened after nearly […]

  • PGCPS Seniors denied graduation due to guidance counselor error

    OXON HILL, Md. — At least two Prince George’s County high school seniors will miss out on graduation Wednesday due to an error made by their guidance counselor. Potomac High School seniors, Delvin Tate Jr. and Isaiah Strattonbey were told just a week before graduation that they would not be allowed to walk across the stage with their peers because their guidance counselor failed to enroll them in the one credit core requirement, Foundations of Technology class. “I’m trying to go […]

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