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  • Montgomery County Police Officers Death Ruled As A Suicide From Medical Examiners.

    The death of a Montgomery County Police officer found shot in Silver spring Monday morning has been ruled as a self -inflicted wound. An officer arrived at the scene to help Bomba but found him at the top level of the garage suffering from a gunshot wound. Bomba served as a 13 year veteran of the force and  leaves behind a wife and two children. Montgomery County Police department thank the community for their support. Click for additional information on […]

  • DCW50 Will Air The Penn Quakers vs Columbia Lions Game This Saturday @1p!

    MORE COLLEGE FOOTBALL ON DCW50, WASHINGTON’S CW!  CATCH THE PENN QUAKERS AS THEY TRAVEL TO THE COLUMBIA LIONS IN NEW  YORK  – THIS SATURDAY AT 1, ONLY ON DCW50.    

  • Capital City Mambo Sauce Co-Owner Charles Jones Is Dead At 46

    Charles Jones, co-owner of the Capital City Mambo sauce has passed away on Oct 11th his wife Arsha Jones confirms due to a heart attack. Jones was with his high  school aged son on a campus tour of Georgia State University when during the time of his attack. Charles and his wife Arsha started their business of selling Mambo sauce which is a Washington DC cultural sauce out of their Annapolis home in May 2011. Today the company brings in […]

  • DCW50’s Jimmy Alexander Interviews Black Lightning ‘Marvin Jones’!

    The CW’s show Black Lightning has entered into a nationwide partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Using the power of Black Lightning’s show theme of becoming a local hero. They are implementing a Local Heroes program which will support BGCA’s Youth Development Professionals, who play the role of everyday superheroes for the millions of kids and teens they serve. Check out the below Interview with Black Lightning’s ‘Marvin Jones’ and  DCW50’s Jimmy Alexander.

  • DCW50’s Border Patrol Scoop Of The Day! (New Mexico Schools)

    COLUMBUS, New Mexico (Border Report) — A fifteen-year-old whose mom asked she not be identified by name, gets up in the moonlight around 5:45 a.m. every morning to prepare breakfast for her and her 11-year-old brother, whom she has to rouse for school every weekday. Both of their schools are in the United States, in Deming, New Mexico, about 45 miles from their home in Palomas, Mexico. We are choosing not to identify some of the students because we weren’t […]

  • DCW50’s Border Patrol Scoop Of The Day! (River Crossing)

    While some may just be going for a swim in the Rio Grande near Laredo, Texas, and New Laredo, Mexico, Border Patrol agents in the area say 60-70 people try to cross the river each day. What longtime residents say they’ve seen in the area. LAREDO, Texas (Border Report) — Danniel Montes says it’s not uncommon to see migrants try to cross the Rio Grande from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, into the U.S. “Everyday, you can see them coming across, especially […]

  • DCW50 Does A Scavenger Hunt With ‘Friends’ At Our Local DC Bus Bay Stops!

    DCW50 wants you to join in for a scavenger hunt at our local bus bay stops using our ‘Friends’ posters! Simply take a picture next to each ‘Friends’ character and post it on Instagram using our DCW50 hashtag and you will qualify for a daily prize and the actual ‘Friends’ poster. View the below video for the addresses and don’t forget to watch ‘Friends’ weeknights @10p on DCW50!   

  • DCW50’s New ‘Batwoman’ Mobile Launches It’s Way To DC!

    DCW50 has a new TV series ‘Batwoman’ that airs on Sundays @8pm and has prepared very well for it.  DCW50 created a NEW Batwoman Mobile and wants you to get the first inside look of the process of how it was created!

  • DCW50 ‘This Just In’ Robin Hamilton Does A Round Table Talk To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!

    DCW50’s Robin Hamilton does a round table talk with Hispanic influential’s regarding their community and culture to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Check out the below clip and don’t forget to watch ‘This Just In’ Friday’s @6:30am and Sunday’s @4pm!

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