Harold Fisher

Multiple Fatalities Reported In Baltimore Crash

At least six people were killed and one person was critically injured.

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Denver School Shooting

One of the administrators was critically injured and the second was in stable condition, Police Chief Ron Thomas said.

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Reporters’ Roundtable

We’re talking about the top stories of the week .

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VA New Hospital Campus Construction Could Start Next Year

The goal is to open the new facilities by 2028

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Body Found In DC Apartment Trash Can Identified

No word yet on how she may have died.

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Medical Monday: Plastic Surgery

From risks, cost, insurance and the many options… we’re talking about it all.

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Former President Trump Prepares For Arrest

Trump would only be taken into custody if he’s indicted by a Manhattan grand jury involving a hush money payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.

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DC Food Pantries To Give Staff A Break

“Bread for the City” apologized on Twitter but said it needs a break after three years of extended service during the pandemic.

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Previewing The Southern Maryland Wedding Bliss Event

Everything you need to know to plan your wedding.

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“The Wire” Actor Lance Reddick Dies

Reddick’s representatives confirmed his death Friday, attributing it to natural causes.

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ADU’s: Creative Ways to Beat High Housing Costs

Building real estate in your own backyard. Is it a realistic idea? Is it legal?

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Montgomery County Recommends Ten-Cent Property Tax Hike For Schools

The budget also includes money for public safety and hiring bonuses to recruit new police officers.

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Are You Ready To “Put A Ring On It”?

We’re talking about love and marriage with Stacii Jae Johnson.

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Mitch McConnell Will Remain In Hospital

McConnell turned 81-years-old in February.

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Metro’s Board To Hear Proposal On Automatic Train Operation

Metrorail has been guided by live operators ever since a deadly accident in 2009, but new leadership believes its time to return to automatic mode.

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International Women’s Day

We hear from two prominent women thought-leaders as we discuss the victories and challenges.

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Teen Sentenced For Shooting Commanders RB

Robinson took two shots to the leg during a likely carjacking attempt back in August.

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MD Highway Crews To Step Up Litter Patrols

All state roads will get attention, but crews will first concentrate on interstates and highways.

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DC Superior Court Starts Juvenile Education Program

Court officials share details about the new SOARS program.

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Final Pitches This Week From VA, MD For FBI HQ

The J. Edgar Hoover building in downtown Washington, DC turns 50 next year and is falling apart.

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Suspect Arrested In Recent Adams Morgan Break-Ins

He’s accused of burglarizing and ransacking several businesses and robbing people on the street.

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Medical Monday: Allergies

In tonight’s Medical Monday… we’re talking about allergies and how you can find relief.

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Fairfax County Parents Don’t Want Co-Ed Sex Ed

Most teachers and students surveyed aren’t on board either.

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DC Health COVID Centers Closing

Those who still want to order free kits or find a testing location can do so online.

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HU Swim and Dive Team Head Coach Nicholas Askew

  Howard University is the only HBCU with a swim and dive team.

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Racial Disparities Bill and Policing in Montgomery County

What’s behind the bill and will it work?

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Biden Will Not Veto DC Criminal Code Law

The overhaul passed the D.C. Council late last year.

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Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy.

Addressing crime and violence in the Black community.

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Alexandria Black History Museum Reopens Thursday

The Alexandria Black History Museum will be open Thursdays through Sundays, starting at 11:00 tomorrow morning.

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“Dear Black People”: Our Responsibility to Our Community

Do we have the courage to look at problems in our communities and say… maybe there is something we should be doing to fix our own problems?

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Protecting Yourself Against Violent Crime

What are you doing to avoid being a victim of violent crime?

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SCOTUS To Hear Arguments In Biden Loan Forgiveness Program

The program would cancel 10-thousand dollars in student loan debt for those earning less than 125-thousand dollars per year, and up to 20-thousand for those who received Pell Grants. 

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Reporters’ Roundtable

Reviewing the top stories of the week.

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To Love and to Cherish

How do you stay true to those wedding vows for a lifetime?

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MD Governor Makes Pitch For Veterans’ Bill

The bill would exempt the first 25-thousand-dollars in veteran retirement income this year and 40-thousand next year, up from the current 15-thousand.

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Parenting Your Child’s First Love

We have advice for parents whose children are struggling with this very emotional rite of passage.

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MSU Shooter Had Note Threatening Two NJ Schools

The gunman killed at least three people and injured at least five others at Michigan State University.

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US Detains 4 in Haitian President Assassination

U.S. authorities have arrested four more people in the slaying of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse.

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Heart Health During American Heart Month

This is our Medical Monday conversation about your heart health.

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Civil Rights Activist Roslyn Pope Dies At 84

The college professor and musician who wrote “An Appeal for Human Rights,” laying out the reasons for the Atlanta Student Movement against systemic racism in 1960.

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President Biden Fires Architect Of The Capitol

Blanton, as the head of the agency responsible for Capitol building operations and preservation, wasn’t physically present during the Capitol riot on January 6th, 2021.

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Super Bowl Reporters’ Roundtable

Who are you rooting for?

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Home Appraisal Bias

If you’re a person of color, is there a risk that you could be lowballed? 

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MN Rep. Assaulted In DC

The assault happened at her apartment building on H Street, NE.

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Man Carrying Confederate Flag During Riot Sentenced

Prosecutors wanted him to spend nearly six years in prison. 

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Biden, Republicans and The State of the Union

We dissect the State of the Union address at the Reporters’ Roundtable.

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Breast Cancer Vaccine Moving Forward

Triple-negative is the most aggressive and lethal form of the disease.

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Administrator Warned About 6 Year Old With Gun Identified

The letter also claims Parker knew about the student’s behavioral issues dating back to his time as a kindergarten student, when he allegedly choked a different teacher.

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Youth Fentanyl Crisis

We talk about what parents need to know.

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 African Americans Account For 40% Of U.S. HIV-AIDS Cases

Black and African-American clients aren’t taking advantage of prevention options because of stigma and fear.

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