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DC Summer Jobs Registration Begins

Eligible residents can now apply for the 2022 Marion Barry Summer Employment program.

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Charles County Pharmacy Shutdown In Drugs For Sex Scheme

Northgate Pharmacy in Waldorf was shutdown Thursday by the DEA following an investigation into a drugs for sex scheme by pharmacy employees.

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Tweet On Biden Supreme Court Commitment Draws Criticism For Georgetown Law Official

Georgetown law lecturer in hot water for comments on Biden’s commitment for naming a black woman to the Supreme Court.

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Search For Shooter Of DC Police Officer

DC police on the hunt for the person who shot a DC police officer Sunday night in Columbia Heights.

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Governor Lifts Mask Mandates In Virginia Schools

Virginia lifts mask mandates for Commonwealth schools.

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Pro-Life Supporters Rally On National Mall

A pro-life rally as happening on the National Mall. Demonstrators protesting the 1973 Supreme Court decision to legalize abortion.

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Free N95 Masks For Montgomery County Residents

Montgomery County residents can get four free N95 face masks starting today.

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DC Restaurant Week And Vaccine Passports

Restaurant week in DC kicks off with Covid vaccine mandates in place.

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Arrest Made In Road Rage Shooting Of Local Boxer

A man has been charged and arrested in the shooting death of a local boxer in a road rage incident.

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Children Being Pulled Away From Organized Sports….

Are too few children participating in organized sports, as access to physical fitness has plummeted during the pandemic? One doctor and author thinks so.

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Virginia Removes Jim Crow Era Laws

Jim Crow era laws cleared from Virginia’s legal records.

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Supreme Court Blocks Employee Vaccine Mandate

The Biden administration’s mandate that businesses with 100 employees or more require its workers to be vaccinated has been rejected by the Supreme Court.

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COVID-19: What’s happening with residents living in DC Ward 7 & 8…..

Advocates in the District’s Wards 7 and 8 are working to increase Covid-19 resources in those communities.

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Masks And Covid Home Kits For Prince George’s County Students

Prince Gorge’s County school officials say in an attempt to slow the spread of Covid, it will hand out free Covid take-home test kits and masks.

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Jan. 6th Committee Wants To Speak With Republican Leader McCarthy

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Home Buying Tips: What you need to know….

Financial experts tells us how to get the best deal and make the right moves when buying a home and what we must do to make sure that we’re be able hold on to the home for years to come.

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Fauci Slams Republican Senators

Dr. Anthony Fauci angrily denied claims by two Republican Senators that he was being dishonest regarding information on COVID-19

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Biden/Harris Stump For Voting Rights Legislation

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were in Atlanta campaigning for the U.S. Senate to pass voting rights protection legislation.

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A Conversation with Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich

Is Covid-19 the biggest issue facing Montgomery County in the new year? The county’s executive spoke to us about what is on the agenda for Montgomery County in 2022.

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Maya Angelou Honored On U.S. Coin

The U.S. Mint released the first coins honoring Maya Angelou as part of its American Women Quarters Program.

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Insurers To Cover Home COVID-19 Test Kits

The Biden Administration says the new coverage policy part of our a strategy to ramp up access to easy-to-use, at-home tests at no cost to Americans.

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Confederate Monuments To Be Held By Black History Museum

A Black History museum in Richmond, Virginia will take possession of Confederate monuments that were removed, including that of Robert E. Lee

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Record Number Of Children Hospitalized With COVID-19

According to the Centers for Disease Control children are being hospitalized with coronavirus at a record pace.

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Covid-19 Update with Dr. Reed Tuckson

Covid-19 brought about many changes in our daily lives in 2021 and with it still here and growing, what should we anticipate for 2022?

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Negative Covid Tests Required For DC School Students & Staff

Mayor Bowser and DC Schools chancellor announced Wednesday that staff and students of DC schools must test negative for Covid before returning to the classroom on January 5th.

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Police Shoot And Kill Suspect In Silver Spring

A man who opened fire on Montgomery County police was shot and killed by officers who returned fire.

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How to get your finances in order for the New Year?

Getting your finances straight for 2022.

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COVID-19 and The Impact on The World of Sports

The effects of the coronavirus on the world of sports

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John Madden, Hall Of Fame Coach & Broadcaster, Dies

John Madden passes away at 85

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Fatal Shooting At Anacostia Metro Station

A victim shot himself after first being shot by an assailant at the Anacostia Metro station.

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Mont. Co. Parents Urged To Report Kids Winter Break Positive Covid Results

Montgomery County schools officials want parents to report their kids positive Covid tests over the winter break.

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Burgundy & Gold Crushed In Dallas

The Washington Football team thoroughly beaten by arch rival the Dallas Cowboys, 56-14.

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Fauci Suggests Air Travel Vaccination Mandate

Dr. Anthony Fauci suggests airline passengers traveling domestically in the U.S. be vaccinated.

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What You Need To Know About Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

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Maryland’s Governor Proposes $150 Million For Policing

Maryland’s governor has a new 150 million dollar plan to fund the police departments in the state.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Comedy and Political Correctness…Can Jokes Go Too Far or Are Some More Sensitive Than Others..

Can comedians go too far when telling jokes about the LBGTQ community?

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Sports Roundtable

Kyrie Irving, NFL emails and Covid vaccinations among pro palyers dominating topics in the world of sports.

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What To Do When Your Bosses Don’t Appreciate You?

Dealing with a boss that doesn’t appreciate you or your work.

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Approval Sought For Experimental Covid Pill

New COVID-19 drug research.

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Virgina’s Governor Makes Masks Mandatory

Masks made mandatory in Virginia by Northam.

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2020 Census Reveals Demographic Shifts

The 2020 U.S. Census reports shows a decrease in the white population for the first time.

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Community Reacts to DC Police Brutality

Reaction to calls of excessive force by DC police

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Loudon County School Board To Vote On Transgender Policy

A new transgender policy could be adopted for Loudon County (VA) public schools.

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Man Punched By DC Police Officer While Being Arrested Is Released

The suspect punched by a DC police was released from custoday with no charges filed.

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Medical Monday: COVID-19 Update

The Delta variant is causing a surge of coronavirus cases across the country. Tonight we discuss how we can stay safe and what are some of the governmental actions taking place to slow the virus?

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Video Shows DC Police Officer Punching Suspect

DC’s police chief, elected officials and the community react to video showing a DC police officer repeaedly punching a man while being arrested.

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Teens Arrested In Connection To DC Robbery Spree

DC teens tied to 12 days robberies in the District

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Summer Violence: How To Keep Our Communities Safe

Local activists discuss combating violence in our communities as the summer approaches.

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Maryland To Close Mass Vaccination Sites

Maryland will close dozen of its mass vaccination sites over the next month.

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