The DMV prepares for the first big storm of the season…
The storm hasn’t started yet but preparations for it already have. Pre-treatment is continuing this morning on major roads and side streets in DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Residents are asked to spread rock salt or kitty litter on sidewalks to prevent slips and falls. At 4pm DC Mayor Muriel Bowser will hold a news conference to discuss the city’s plans to deal with the snow totals expected.
Police investigate fiery two-vehicle crash on 210…
Authorities are investigating a fiery two-car crash in Oxon Hill. Prince George’s County Police say one car collided into another just before 1:00 this morning in the 52-hundred block of the Indian Head Highway. When crews arrived at the scene, they pulled a male victim out of an overturned car that was on fire. He was transported to the hospital with critical injuries. A woman in the other vehicle is expected to survive her injuries. An officer also suffered minor injuries while rescuing the man.
Over the weekend, four school buses from Prince George’s County caught on fire over….
Officials are looking into why four Prince George’s County school buses caught fire over the weekend. Authorities say the blaze was reported around 9:00 Sunday morning in a bus parking lot on Short Cut Road in Brandywine. No one was on the buses at the time, and there was about a quarter-million-dollars worth of damage. Investigators believe the fire started in one of the buses and spread to the others. An investigation is underway.
Trump’s claim of wiretapping hits a deadline…
Today is the day a House committee wants the Justice Department to provide evidence backing up President Trump’s claim that he was wiretapped during the 2016 presidential campaign. The House Intelligence Committee has given the Justice Department until the end of the day to turn over any evidence. Trump accused former President Obama of the offense on Twitter but hasn’t provided any proof.
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Growing up in a military family, Taylor Thomas lived overseas until she was 16 years old. She called places such as Great Britain and the Philippines home. For a time, Taylor even spoke with a British accent. Well now she resides in the DC area and for the past three years has worked as the news anchor for The Steve Harvey Morning Show on WHUR. Recently, Taylor has adopted the Washington Redskins as her most loved pro sports team. And she considers Hains Point as her all time favorite spot in the district.