Renee Nash

DMV Remembers ‘Bridge Lady’ Angela Hill

Homeless woman who lived under Washington, DC bridge dies after 20-years of living on the streets. Dozens who never knew her name attended a vigil Saturday to remember “The Bridge Lady.”

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School Closings, Delays, and Virtual Only

Much of the DMV is waking up to another dose of Old Man Winter, forcing lots of alterations to public school systems around the region. Here’s a list of what’s opened, closed, and virtual only.

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School Closings and Virtual Only Classes

The snowy and icy conditions are forcing some school closings and virtual only classes across the DMV on this first day of the week. We have a complete listing to help you start your day.

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AAA Snow Ready Car Tips

Officials across the DMV are asking motorists to stay off the roads as snow begins to blanket the region. If you must head out, AAA says make sure your car is snow ready.

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DMV Getting Ready for Snowfall

The mad rush is on across the DMV as the region prepares for its biggest snowstorm in years. DC officials have crews on standby.

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S.C. Reports 1st U.S. Cases of South African Variant

Health officials say virus variant from South Africa has been found in two cases in South Carolina.

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Amanda Gorman Headed to Big Game

NFL reaches out to Amanda Gorman to perform at Superbowl

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Girl Scout Cookies Sales, V-Day Cards for Seniors. Details Inside

Girl Scout Cookie sales are underway across the DMV. You can help make this Valentine’s Day special for isolated seniors by making homemade cards. Get the details on these events and more inside of this week’s Community’s Choice.

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DC Set to Rolll-Out Vaccine for Teachers and Police

DC teachers and police are next in line to receive their shots next week.

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PG County Ramping Up Vaccinations

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HU Marching Band Headed to Inauguration

Howard University’s Marching Band will escort Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to her historic inauguration Wednesday.

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Drunk Driving Fatalities Up Across DMV

Washington Regional Alcohol Program is out with its 28th Annual “How Safe Are Our Roads” Report

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Kamala Harris Gets Vaccine as Experts Say Pandemic Worsens

Vice President-Elect gets first coronavirus vaccine, joining a host of other top officials urging Americans to get onboard

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Housing Assistance and Urgent Need for Blood Donors

Community events and ways you can help non-profit organizations. Details inside WHUR’s Community’s Choice

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DC Toddler Fatally Shot. Police Looking for Suspects

DC police are offering a $60k reward to help find the killers of 15-month-old Carmelo Duncan. Text information to 50411 or call 202-727-9099

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Metro Proposing Cuts, Station Closures, and Layoffs

Transit agency facing a $500 million shortfall. Metro’s General Manager Paul Wiederfeld says “it gets down, unfortunately, to very hard math that you just can’t get there from here without having significant impacts.’

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Young Mothers Inc., Dulles Greenway Race. More Inside Community’s Choice

Young Mothers Inc. needs help to provide young moms with the job skills they need to succeed and Housing Counseling Services Inc. is hosting free weekly seminars. Details on these events and more are inside this week’s Community’s Choice.

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Top Experts: Election 2020 Most Secured Ever

New report finds no voting irregularities in Nov 3rd presidential election.

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DC Bldg Renamed After Late Mayor Marion Barry

One Judiciary Square in DC was renamed after the city’s “Mayor for Life.”

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You’re Fired! Trump Gives Defense Secretary the Boot

Mark Esper becomes first cabinet member to get the axe as President Trump continues to fight election results

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U.S. COVID-19 Cases Top 10M and Climbing

The number of coronavirus cases is growing at a rate of more than 109k daily with 939 deaths a day.

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Black Women’s Roundtable, Lupus Walk Run. Inside Community’s Choice

Here’s a list of upcoming free events in the DMV this week. Check out WHUR’s Community’s Choice

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Biden: African Americans Had My Back and I Will Have Yours

President-Elect Joe Biden promises to tackle the coronavirus day-one with science.

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Harris: “Black Women Are the Backbone of Our Democracy”

VP-Elect Kamala Harris delivered her historic victory speech tonight to a roaring crowd filled with lots of proud women.

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Celebrations Erupt Across U.S. Cities

Cities streets across the U.S. are filled with celebrations as crowds wait to hear from President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris

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HU Congratulates Biden-Harris On Victory

Howard University President Dr. Wayne Frederick extends congratulations to President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris.

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“We Did It Joe,” Kamala Harris Makes History

Senator Kamala Harris becomes first woman of color to be elected as Vice-President

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Race Is Narrowing. Biden Leading In PA and GA

The race to the White House could be decided soon with Joe Biden rounding the corner to the 270 electoral college votes.

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Moco Moving to Tighten COVID-19 Restrictions

Montgomery County is seeking to halt the increase in coronavirus infections by imposing new restrictions.

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Still No Decision for Decision 2020

Vote counting continues in several states, leaving the fate of the U.S. presidency hanging in the balance.

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No Election Drama In the DMV

Voters across the Washington, DC area had a pretty easy time at the polls today.

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Know Your Voting Rights

Here’s a list of resources in case you encounter any troubles at the polls Tuesday.

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DC Halts Plan to Resume Classes November 9th

The DC School System will continue with distance learning and will not return elementary school youngsters to the classroom on November 9th. No new date has been set.

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DC Activates Hypothermia Alert

DC’s mayor opens more shelters for homeless as temperatures dip into the 30s tonight.

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Black Women’s Roundtable, Mentors Needed. Details Inside Community’s Choice

Maryland Mentors is in need of hundreds of virtual mentors, DC Housing Counseling Services Inc. is hosting free virtual classes to help you with your housing issues. More information on events and free services inside this week’s Community’s Choice.

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DC Launches New Contact Tracing App

The District’s latest tool to slow the spread of the coronavirus launches today. It’s called DC CAN and it’s an alert system to notify users when they come in close contact with someone with COVID-19.

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DC Adds 8 New States to COVID-19 High Risk List

DC Health Department has added 8 new states to its list of high-risk states. Nearly 40 states are now on the list where persons coming into DC from those areas must self-quarantine.

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Hogan Casts Write-In Vote for Late President Reagan

Maryland’s republican governor again snubs President Trump.

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Amber Alert Issued for Missing Glen Burnie Youth

Anne Arundel County Police say mother abducted her 7-year-old son after breaking into father’s home and assaulting him.

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Bill Clinton Talks Health and Social Justice at HU Homecoming

Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea set to participate in Howard University virtual homecoming.

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VA Voter Registration Extended

Judge extends Virginia’s voters registration until 11:59 p.m. Thursday

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Virginia Governor Northam Targeted In Kidnap Plot

FBI now says militia group also planned to kidnap Virginia’s governor.

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Halloween Safety, Female Conference. Details Inside Community’s Choice

wHUR’s Community’s Choice is packed with a host of free family events.

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DC Opens Family Success Centers In Wards 7 and 8

DC targets Wards 7 and 8 to improve chances of family success.

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Nov 9th, Some DC Youngsters Head Back to School Buildings

DC officials are preparing to allow as many as 21,000 students to return to school buildings November 9th.

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White House Press Secretary Tests Positive for COVID-19

12 and counting. That’s the number of people associated to President Trump who have now tested positive for the coronavirus.

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President and First Lady Test Positive for COVID-19

Trumps are in isolation at the White House after testing positive for the coronavirus.

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Happiest Place On Earth Handing Out Pink Slips

Disney is laying off thousands of workers as pandemic hits the company deeper in the pockets.

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Chaos In Cleveland… Presidential Debate Called Hot Mess

Presidential candidates trade insults and jabs at first debate

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Worldwide COVID-19 Deaths Top 1M

Coronavirus fatalities top a staggering one-million cases as fear increases the death toll is steadily climbing worldwide.

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