Renee Nash

DC Set to Rolll-Out Vaccine for Teachers and Police

DC teachers and police are next in line to receive their shots next week.

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PG County Ramping Up Vaccinations

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HU Marching Band Headed to Inauguration

Howard University’s Marching Band will escort Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to her historic inauguration Wednesday.

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Drunk Driving Fatalities Up Across DMV

Washington Regional Alcohol Program is out with its 28th Annual “How Safe Are Our Roads” Report

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Kamala Harris Gets Vaccine as Experts Say Pandemic Worsens

Vice President-Elect gets first coronavirus vaccine, joining a host of other top officials urging Americans to get onboard

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Housing Assistance and Urgent Need for Blood Donors

Community events and ways you can help non-profit organizations. Details inside WHUR’s Community’s Choice

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DC Toddler Fatally Shot. Police Looking for Suspects

DC police are offering a $60k reward to help find the killers of 15-month-old Carmelo Duncan. Text information to 50411 or call 202-727-9099

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Metro Proposing Cuts, Station Closures, and Layoffs

Transit agency facing a $500 million shortfall. Metro’s General Manager Paul Wiederfeld says “it gets down, unfortunately, to very hard math that you just can’t get there from here without having significant impacts.’

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Young Mothers Inc., Dulles Greenway Race. More Inside Community’s Choice

Young Mothers Inc. needs help to provide young moms with the job skills they need to succeed and Housing Counseling Services Inc. is hosting free weekly seminars. Details on these events and more are inside this week’s Community’s Choice.

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Top Experts: Election 2020 Most Secured Ever

New report finds no voting irregularities in Nov 3rd presidential election.

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