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Police Investigate A Toddler Found Wandering The Streets This Am In Alexandria

The little girl is now with child protective serves and police are trying to locate her parents.

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USDA Removes Listing Of A Trade Deal With Wakanda From Website

Tseng when to the site to research how the country’s tarriff deals are affecting food distributions and hunger in the countries the US trades with.

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Two 4-year-olds in DC Cling Onto Life Follow Separate Tragedies

Another 4-year-old is listed in critical condition after a head-on collision in Takoma Park last night.

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CDC Warns Of A Drug-Resistant Infection Linked To Pet Stores

The CDC is continuing to investigate this growing problem. They advise pet owners however not to give their pet antibiotics but to allow a licensed veterinary to do so.

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The City Of Alexandria Hires First A.A. Fire Chief

Smedley has a bachelor’s degree in mass media from the University of the District of Columbia and a master’s degree in organizational management from Johns Hopkins University.

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Arrest Made In Kidnapping and ATM Thefts In Waldorf

Police are still looking for the victim’s black 2010 Toyota Camry with Maryland license plate number 6BM3802. Anyone with information should call 301-609-6494.

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Dozens Displaced In DC Following Two Apartment Fires

Fire Fighters in the District of Columbia were very busy on Sunday. The had to battle two separate apartment fires that have left more than 30 people without a place to call home.

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House Committee Approves Articles Of Impeachment

The House Judiciary Committee has voted this morning on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.

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Massive Fire Engulfed Home In Upper Marlboro

Witnesses say you could see the flames and smoke from Route 4 and 301. Officials say that no one was in the home at the time.

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Drug Dealer In Anne Arundel County Is Found Guilty Of Manslaughter, The First

Prosecutors say cell phone texts show Baker knew how young Klaes as well as his height and weight but he was more concerned about making money than the health or safety of the teen.

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A Townhouse Fire In White Oak Displaces 15 Adults And Kids

The cause is still under investigation. It is estimated that more than 700,000 worth of damage has been done.

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Male Victim Fatally Shot In Broad Daylight In Waldorf

Detectives are looking for anyone who may be able to provide additional information about this case to call 301-932-222.

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AAA Concerned About A Plan To Add Distracted Driving Cams In Montgomery County

The big concern for even some on the county council is privacy. Council member Tom Hucker however introduced and supports the move saying that is would improve safety.

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Metro Is Looking To Pay Low-Income Residents To Use Them

Mayor Muriel Bowser believes innovative initiatives and investments can make public transportation an option for all DC residents.

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Female Driver Dies Eluding Police

The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. Her identity has not been released. A passenger in the car was transported to a nearby hospital. That person only received minor injuries.

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Jury Selection Begins In Two Local High Profile Cases

The men and women selected to be in the jury pool will have to decide if the murder was a hate crime.

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Uber Releases A Shocking Report About Sexual Assaults Incidents

Uber Releases A Shocking Report About Sexual Assaults Incidents

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Slow Police Times Could Equal To No New Development In So. Prince George’s Co.

Planning officials say the southern part of Prince George’s County, District 5 & 7 could be left out because of slow police response time.

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Ask Judiciary Committee To Draft Articles of Impeachment

During the short address, she said that Trump violated the Constitution during his communications with Ukraine’s leader.

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Some Md Schools Will Start Classes Before Labor Day

On December 12, the Prince George’s County School Board will vote on two proposed dates both of which are before the holiday, which next year is later than usual it’s September 7th.

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Study: Link Between Hair Dyes, Straighteners And Breast Cancer

Researchers are suggesting women who like to dye their hair to use semipermanent dye to change their hair color and lower the risk of getting breast cancer.

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Two Area Police Officers Charged With The Unthinkable

She should have been taken to the nearest processing center which would either be Upper Marlboro or Hyattsville.

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Another Local Teacher Charged With Having Sex With A Student

Donovan who is fairly new to the school system was hired in September of 2018. He has been placed on administrative leave.

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Two Small Children In Serious Condition After Being Thrown From A Window During A fire

The American Red Cross is helping the families now displaced. Fire officials say there were no working smoke detectors in the apartment building.

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Homicides And Assaults with Guns Are Up In DC

The report also shows a jump in the number of assaults with a gun in the city. So far this year there have been 655 cases compared to 579 this time last year.

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Amazon Plans to Give $20 Million For Affordable Housing In Va

A vote on the proposal by the Arlington County Board is not expected until mid December. The new $2 million dollar state of the art site will create more than 25,000 high end jobs over the 12 years.

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DC Police Solve The Cold Case Of A Woman Found In A Burning Field

Police have not stated a motif in this case or how she was killed. Fields is due in court next Wednesday.

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Mayor Bowser To Sign New Protections For Sexual Assault Victims

Today’s signing will take place inside the John A.Wilson Building in the lobby of the first floor.

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A Beltway Accident Leaves A Driver Impaled

She had to be extricated from the vehicle and has life threatening injuries.

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10-Year-Old Boy Charged With A Sexual Offense At School In Md

All of the students involved have been disciplined according to a school system source.

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Increased Police Presence At Quince Orchard H.S. Following Social Media Threat

There is a heightened police presence right now at Quince Orchard High School in Montgomery County. Official say it follows a social media post showing an image of a weapon and the words not to go to school.

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Redistricting in Howard Will Change The Lives Of Thousands Of Students

The Howard County Board of Education voted and approved the change last night. The vote follows months of some very emotional and tense debates on the issue.

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There’s A Job Fair in Prince George’s County Today, 10 – 2 pm

Employers will be looking to fill everything from entry level to upper management positions. All attendees are asked to dress for an interview and bring their resumes.

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District Height’s Mayor Convicted Of Misconduct In Office

Martin is due to learn his punishment on December 10th.

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DC AG Sues DoorDash For Not Giving Workers Earned Tips

Racine alleges DoorDash pocketed the tips and used it to offset what they paid workers. In March, the AG’s office launched an investigation into the matter. He is seeking to recover millions of dollars in tips from them to return to workers.

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Former Baltimore Mayor Indicted On Federal Tax Evasion

Pugh who is 69-years-old faces up to 175 years in prison.

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Michelle Obama Hosts Book Signing In N.W.

This afternoons event will be held at Politics and Proses at 5015 Connecticut Avenue in Northwest at 6 p.m. Ticket for this highly anticipated event sold out quickly.

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Another Deadly Hit And Run In Prince George’s County

The adult male that has not been identified was struck around 9 p.m. The driver never stopped.

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Area Churches Unite With Police To Host A Saturday Gun Buy Back Event

The amount of the gift cards vary based on the type of gun. Gift cards in the amount of $75 will be given for shotguns and rifles. $125 for handguns and $175 for automatic or semi-automatic guns.

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Dog Attack Leaves FT Washington Woman In Grave Condition

Prince George’s County Police Chief Hank Stawinski is warning the public if they see a stray large dog to call 911 immediately.

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16-Year-Old Charged With Sexually Assaulting 15-Year-Old Girl

The boy is now facing second-degree rape, second degree assault and fourth-degree sex offense. His name has not been released because of his age.

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Have You Seen Me?

Yesterday a number of members in the community gathered at Carmen’s Italian Ice in Rockville and began search parties in the area. Nothing was found.

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PG’s Nonprofit Empowerment Symposium

This event is for any non-profit in the county. There will be panel discussions on marketing, fundraising, how to deal with Corporate partners and how to navigate state and federal grant programs.

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MD Reporting High Number Of Flu Cases

In the last month the number of flu cases in Maryland has jumped from 36 to 68 weekly. In total that’s 230 people who have contracted the virus.

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VA Mom Tried To Kill Her Two Small Children

Wiggins has been charged with trying to murder the children during what law enforcement is calling a mental health crisis. Police have not released how she tried to kill the children.

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Atatiana Jefferson’s Dad Dies

His family says he never recovered from the sudden loss of his only daughter on October 12th in Fort Worth. The family says he died of a broken heart.

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NYPD Arrest Woman Who Taunted A Lion At The Bronx Zoo

The woman has finally been identified as Myah Autry. Wednesday night she turned herself into police. She is now facing two counts of criminal trespassing.

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Major Water Main Break Closes Schools In Arlington

Look for major delays and road closures at and around Chain Bridge and North Glebe Road.

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Another Deadly Hit and Run In Prince George’s County

Police say that the striking vehicle never stopped after hitting the man. The incident happened around 10:30 last night and they are hoping that anyone who may have witnessed it call the police at 301-568-8101.

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Tuberculosis Confirmed At A Local High School In Prince George’s County

TB is highly contagious. The virus attacks the lungs. It takes anywhere from 8 to 10 weeks for signs to show.

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