Harold Fisher

Holiday Steals, Deals and Consumer Tips

NBC4 Consumer Investigative Reporter shares what co

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SCOTUS TO Hear Debt Relief Arguments

The court in a brief Thursday said it would hear arguments in February with a decision soon to follow.

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DC Attorney General Sues Tax Service

The Attorney General says he hopes D.C. wins the suit to help customers get some of their money back.

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IBD: Irritable Bowel Disease

The first week of December is Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week. 

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White House Confident There Will Be No Rail Strike

The devastating potential impact of a strike that could force many businesses to shut down.

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U.S. Proposes Interim Solution To Jackson Water Crisis

The Justice Department said it filed a proposal to appoint a third-party manager to stabilize the Mississippi city’s public drinking water system

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Conversation with DC Attorney General Karl Racine

We’re talking to him about several criminal justice issues.

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Two rescued After Mont. Co. Plane crash; Power Restored

The county’s public school system closed its schools and offices Monday due to the outage’s impact on safety and school operations.

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DC Public Schools Requiring Negative COVID Test Today

Parents had until nine last night to upload the results online or show proof in person this morning.

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Fauci Urges COVID Boosters During Last WH Briefing

Fauci has advised seven U.S. presidents and served during the HIV-Aids epidemic, West Nile virus and Ebola threats.

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SC Sen. Graham Testifies Before GA Grand Jury

Graham is one of a number of high-profile Trump allies whose testimony has been sought.

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SCOTUS Rejects Trump’s Tax Returns Plea

The Supreme Court has refused to block those records from being released to the Democrat-led panel. 

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Medical Monday: Diabetes & Thanksgiving Eating

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and this is the perfect time for diabetics to watch their numbers.

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World Vegan Month

What do you need to know about going vegan?

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Nancy Pelosi Not Seeking Re-Election To Democratic Leadership

The California Democrat has served as Speaker on two separate occasions.

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Reporters’ Roundtable

Analysis of the top stories of the week.

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Gaithersburg Building Explosion

There’s no word yet on what caused the blast.

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Student Loans, Holiday Spending and Debt. 

How do you manage your own finances in a tricky economy?

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Trump Prepares 3rd Presidential Campaign

An announcement was expected at 9 p.m. EST Tuesday from his club in Palm Beach.

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Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

Information and resources about Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

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Undefeated Eagles Host Commanders On MNF

Last weekend the Commanders had a three-game winning streak snapped.

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UVA Shooting Suspect In Custody After Shooting

Two other students were also injured in the shooting.

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Midterm Election Night 2022

We analyze the issues and races

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What You Need To Know Before Voting

What’s at stake?

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Powerball Jackpot Reaches $1.9 Billion

The odds of winning the big jackpot are one in 292 million.

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Six Metro Stations Reopen After Construction Closure

The transit agency also plans to have more trains running before Thanksgiving and improve frequency for Red, Blue, Orange and Silver lines next month.

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Metrobus Incident: What Would You Do?

If you were in Kyla Thurston’s shoes, what would you have done?

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Children’s National Hospital Is Near Capacity

More kids are getting sick from RSV and the flu.

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Political Roundtable

The top political stories of the week.

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U.S. Consular Officers Speak To Griner, Whelan

Griner she said she was grateful for support she had received and for those trying to bring her home.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

What you need to do about detection and treatment of breast cancer.

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Commanders’ QB Wentz Out For Weeks

Backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke is expected to start against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

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Cuffing Season: Is It For You?

Will it be temporary or will it help you find the love of your life? 

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Car Found in Deadly DC Shooting

They are still looking for three people who got out of a car, opened fire on the teen and took off. 

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DC May Delay COVID Vax Deadline For Students

School leaders fear the mandate could lead to a high number of students missing class.

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Diversity in the Media/Advertising Industry

Next week a virtual summit will be held to examine diversity in the media and advertising industry.

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Jan 6 Committee Votes To Subpoena Trump

Congress can hold Trump in contempt if he refuses to comply.

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Charles County Changes

The county is experiencing growth and growing pains.  How is it all being managed? 

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Geldart Out as DC Deputy Mayor for Public Safety

Geldart was accused of assault after an incident in the parking lot of Gold’s Gym in Alexandria on October 1st.

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Arrest In NAACP Leader’s Death

Kent Carter was on vacation when he was murdered.

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Home Fire Prevention

This is the 100th anniversary of National Fire Prevention Week

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Supreme Court Rejects Dylan Roof’s Appeal

He was given a death sentence for killing nine Black people in 2015 at a Charleston, South Carolina, church.

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Prince George’s Teen Curfew Extended

The thirty-day curfew enacted in September in Prince George’s County will continue until the end of the year. 

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Wellness Wednesday: Anxiety

We take a look at what anxiety is and how it can be treated.

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DC Deputy Mayor on Leave After Alleged Assault

Geldart is accused of grabbing a man by the throat during a dispute.

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DC Black Homeownership

The mayor joins us to talk about it.

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AL Congressional Map Goes Before SCOTUS

It comes from Alabama after a lower court agreed with Black voters that its congressional map wasn’t legal.

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Appeal Date Set For Griner Hearing

The 31-year-old will appear in court on October 25th.

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United Way NCA Project Community Connect

This event has been a one-stop shop for employment, medical, rental assistance, support for returning citizens and military veterans.

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Atty. Areva Martin Discusses Her New Book “Awakening”

“Awakening: Ladies, Leadership and The Lies We’ve Been Told”

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