We need solutions. We get some in this conversation.
Tags: Dr. Roger Mitchell, Marcus Ellis, Peace For DC, The Howard University Gun Violence Prevention Taskforce
Some member churches have disagreed with the church’s attitude toward same-sex marriage and the ordination of LGBTQ people as clergy.
Tags: Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church, Global Methodist Church, LGBTQ
We’ll look at the impact of cigarette smoking and menthol-flavored cigarettes in he Black community.
Tags: Associate Professor of Medicine and Public Health at Howard University, Cigarettes, Cigars, Delmonte Jefferson, Dr. Carla Williams, Interim Director of the Howard University Cancer Center, Menthol cigarettes, The Center for Black Health & Equity, vaping
Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said there was no evidence the boy ever pointed the weapon at Chow or his son.
Tags: Cyrus Carmack-Belton, Rick Chow, South Carolina, South Carolina Gas Station Owner Accused of Murdering Black Teen
What’s behind it and what do you need to do to get back on track?
Tags: Alignment Strategies, Author/Leadership Coach, Career, Career Advisor/CEO, Charlene Wheeless, Dr. Vanessa Weaver, Job Disengagement, Jobs
Neighborhoods in Fort Lincoln, Woodridge and should continue boiling water today before drinking or cooking with it.
Tags: bacteria, DC Boil Water Advisory
Former President Jimmy Carter entered hospice care earlier this year.
Tags: Dementia, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, Former President Jimmy Carter
Helping you to make your barbecue delicious.
Tags: Big Reggie's Bar-B-Que, Latonya Holland, Lefty's Barbecue, Memorial Day, Reggie Jones
So far, about one-thousand people have been arrested in connection with the attack on the Capitol.
Tags: Capitol riot, JANUARY 6TH, Stewart Rhodes, The Oath Keepers
What is happening on our roadways?
Tags: Colonel Kevin Anderson, Maryland Transportation Authority Police, Ragina Ali, Traffic safety, Traffic Violence, Triple-A
Turner died Tuesday, after a long illness in her home in Küsnacht near Zurich, Switzerland, according to her manager.
Tags: Rock and Roll, Tina Turner
We discuss juvenile crime and other law and order issues in Prince George’s County.
Tags: Juvenile Crime, Prince George's County State's Attorney Aisha Braveboy
New infections in 13-to-24-year-olds dropped by a third.
Tags: CDC, HIV
The bomb squad was called in over fears the truck may have contained explosives, but none were found.
Tags: Crash Near White House, Lafayette Square, Sai Kandula
Our Medical Monday conversation takes a look at the reports and the impact on the black community.
Tags: Black Mortality Studies, Coalition For Trust In Health and Science, Dr. Maya Rockeymoore-Cummings, Dr. Reed Tuckson, JAMA, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Medical Monday
The Republican made the announcement this morning from his hometown of North Charleston.
Tags: 2024 Presidential Race, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott
Florida Republican Congressman Byron Donalds, who is Black, said the move makes no sense and is political.
Tags: NAACP Florida travel advisory, NAACP President/CEO Derrick Johnson, U.S. Rep. Byron Donalds
We talk about the problem but we hope to address solutions to deadly juvenile violence.
Tags: Darrion Herring, Homicide, Ronald Moten, Youth Violence
NFL owners will not vote on the Washington Commanders sale during their meetings next week in Minnesota.
Tags: nfl, Owners' meeting, Washington Commanders
He appeared in more than 30 films, including “Any Given Sunday” and “The Dirty Dozen.”
Tags: activist, actor, Cleveland Browns, Jim Brown, nfl
We sit down with Commissioner Thomasina Coates to talk about this issue.
Tags: Bruce Branch, Charles County Commissioner Thomasina Coates, County Administrator Mark Belton, Race and Discrimination in Charles County, The Maryland Business and Clergy Partnership
The reward is now up to 45-thousand dollars.
Tags: Arianna Davis, DC Gun Violence
Roosevelt High School, MacFarland Middle School and Dorothy I. Height Elementary School are on lockdown. Powell Elementary School is on “alert status,”
Metro leaders say they appreciate the extra help in keeping riders safe.
Tags: DC Guardian Angels, Metro Green Line
The study found that 53 percent of tweets aimed at BWI-Marshall could be characterized as “angry.”
Tags: Angry airport, BWI Marshall Airport, U.S. Forbes Advisor
Harris projects that number will more than double to 380-million-dollars by the 2031-32 season, and could hit 466-million-dollars that year if the team builds a new stadium.
Tags: Josh Harris, nfl, Washington Commanders
Foxx experienced a medical emergency while filming a movie in Atlanta.
Tags: Chicago, Jamie Foxx, Medical Treatment
We talk about this new idea and what it may mean for young Marylanders and others interested in community service.
Tags: community service, Maryland Department of Service and Civic Innovation, Paul Monteiro, Volunteer, Wes Moore
We look at the challenges of culture clash.
Tags: AAPI, African Americans, Asian American Pacific Islander Month, Asian Services In Action, Elaine Tso, Prince George's County Council, Wanika Fisher
The person is in custody and the two victims were taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Tags: Attack, Baseball Bat, Virginia congressmen Gerry Connolly
We’re talking about the relationships we have with our mothers and the secrets we kept from them… or think we kept from them.
Tags: April Jones, Darius Baxter, Filmmaker, Good Projects, Mother's Day
We honor the work, the sacrifice and strength of these medical professionals.
Tags: Black Nurse Collaborative, Department of Surgery, Dr. Eugenia T. Powell, Founder & President, health, Howard University Hospital, Kenyatta Hazlewood, Meedie L. Bardonille, National Nurses Week
AG Letitia James filed a lawsuit against Mean LLC, which manufactures an MA lock that’s supposed to limit the amount of ammunition in a semiautomatic weapon.
Tags: AR-15, Buffalo New York, Letitia James, Topps Supermarket
We’re celebrating teachers during national teacher’s appreciation week as we discuss the joys of teaching.
Tags: Austin Weatherington, Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, DR. KATHERINE NORRIS, Howard university school of education, teacher
The latest data shows overall crime is up 27-percent from last year, with sex abuse cases soaring 53-percent.
The one-hour lessons will come during English classes where kids will also learn about fentanyl and the dangers of counterfeit pills in hopes of keeping them safe moving forward.
Tags: Alexandria City High, Narcan
We discuss the top stories of the week.
Tags: Donald Trump, Dr. Sherice Nelson, E. Jean Carroll, Guns, Jordan Neely, Mary C. Curtis, Micha Green, Texas mass shooting, The Washington Informer
The prominent Democrat made her bid official in a video released on social media this morning.
Tags: Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks, U.S. Senate
Trump does not face jail, but he has been ordered to pay her five-million dollars.
Tags: E. Jean Carroll, Trump Liable In Civil Rape Trial
It’s an exploration of how multiracial children confront the issues of race and identity.
Tags: 1000% Me, documentary, Growing Up Mixed, Identity, Interracial children, Parenting, Race, W. Kamau Bell
Police say he had been working with at least one other suspect.
Tags: Crime, Juvenile, Pre-Teen Charged In DC Carjackings and Robberies
Parents are concerned about making sure their children get to the prom and return home safely.
Tags: Alcohol, Carol Muleta, Drug use, High School Social Worker, Parenting Strategist, Prom Night Parenting Tips, Schuyler Williams, sex
The union representing school bus drivers is calling for more protection on buses.
Tags: Prince George's County Alternative Middle School, Prince George's County School Bus Assault, Youth Violence
Detectives say he suffered obvious trauma to his body that wouldn’t have been caused by the small fire in the kitchen of his ground-floor unit.
Tags: Fire, Homicide, Hyattsville
There are hot button issues outside of budget negotiations that could also impact county residents and even visitors to the county.
Tags: Angela Alsobrooks, Housing, litter, Nurses, Prince George's County Council Vice Chair Wala Blegay
Patterson may have been at the medical center for a mental health evaluation.
Tags: Atlanta shooting, Deion Patterson, mass shooting
A new report by The United Way of the National Capital Area closely examines the issues and the people who continue to struggle.
Tags: ALICE Report, President/CEO, Research & Evaluation, Rosie Allen-Herring, Scott Mengebier, The United Way NCA, Working poor
The judge noted that Thao held back concerned bystanders and prevented an off-duty firefighter from providing medical aid to Floyd.
Tags: black lives matter, George Floyd, Minneapolis, Tou Thao
Prioritizing self-care over productivity on Mondays.
Tags: Bare Minimum Mondays, Career, Career Strategist, Chief Human Resources Officer, city of alexandria, Janet K. Manuel, Sonia Alleyne, Virginia
Under the program, another two-dollar-an-hour bump will come in July.