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The Latest: More Than 154,000 Coronavirus Cases Diagnosed in DC, Maryland, Virginia


Created: Tue, Mar 03 2020 04:10:04 PM

Author: Sophia Barnes and NBC Washington Staff

More than 154,000 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus and more than 5,600 people have died from the disease across the capital region of D.C., Maryland and Virginia, health officials say. As of Tuesday, 154,816 cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed. D.C. reported 10,946 cases, Maryland had 74,260 cases and Virginia had 69,610 confirmed cases. These numbers are reported by...

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Coronavirus Tracking: Charts, Maps and Interactive Data


Created: Fri, May 15 2020 08:36:49 PM

Author: Anisa Holmes

After hearing from many readers seeking a central hub for daily data updates on the coronavirus pandemic, News4 is sharing all our charts and graphs on one page. Below you’ll find the latest data and statistics on local COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, outbreaks, testing facilities and more in the D.C. area. Check back for updates. As of Tuesday, 154,816 cases of...

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 13


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 04:17:01 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

This story is no longer being updated. For the latest coronavirus news on July 14, 2020, go here. Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia all remain in a concerning position on the graph showing the growth of coronavirus cases in the capital region. New infections continue to trend upward across the D.C. area, on average. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam warned on...

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 14


Created: Tue, Jul 14 2020 04:25:56 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

The coronavirus pandemic is worsening across D.C., Maryland and Virginia by several measures, although this week shows improvements in the number of deaths and Northern Virginia’s caseload. In the region as a whole, new cases continue to trend upwards and hospitalizations are on the rise. The metrics are not universally grim. D.C. has gone five days without a recorded coronavirus...

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Washington Football Team to Change Name, Logo After Decades of Pressure


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 01:06:12 PM

Author: NBCWashington Staff and Associated Press

Washington’s NFL team announced Monday that it will change its name, following decades of pressure to stop using a dictionary-defined racial slur.  A new name and logo will be announced at a later date after a thorough review, the team said in a statement Monday morning. “Dan Snyder and Coach Rivera are working closely to develop a new name and...

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Chief Zee, HTTR and ‘Hail Victory for Progress': DC NFL Team Name News Spurs Strong Reactions


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 06:40:44 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

On the streets, on social media and at stores that sell D.C. NFL team merchandise, reactions are pouring in to the team’s announcement Monday that they’ll change their name.  Feedback in the D.C. area is mixed, with some fans saying it’s about time and others saying they’ll stop watching. At FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, Ed Zierle of Annapolis spent...

Read more: Chief Zee, HTTR and ‘Hail Victory for Progress': DC NFL Team Name News Spurs Strong Reactions


‘We Will Take a Bite Out of Bigotry': Native Americans React to DC NFL Team Name Change


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 09:55:17 PM

Author: Aimee Cho

Native Americans who have spent decades fighting for D.C.’s NFL team to change its name reacted to the team’s decision Monday to retire the name and logo. Natalie Proctor, a leader of the Piscataway tribe, said she still can’t believe it. “I cannot tell you how many times we’ve sat and cried,” she said. “I’m sorry; I’m getting emotional.” Proctor...

Read more: ‘We Will Take a Bite Out of Bigotry': Native Americans React to DC NFL Team Name Change


2 Inmates at Virginia Juvenile Facility Escape Through Hole in Fence


Created: Tue, Jul 14 2020 02:47:20 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

Virginia State Police are searching for two young men convicted of violent crimes after they attacked a guard at a juvenile facility and escaped through a hole in a fence, officials say.  Jabar A. Taylor, 20, and Rashad E. Williams, 18, escaped from Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center in the Richmond area early Monday, the state Department of Juvenile Justice...

Read more: 2 Inmates at Virginia Juvenile Facility Escape Through Hole in Fence


Call Your Mother Deli Rolls Bagel-Slinging Trolley Into Bethesda


Created: Tue, Jul 14 2020 02:26:16 PM

Author: Sophia Barnes

Nationally-known deli Call Your Mother Bagels is taking its famous bagels and iconic pink-and-blue look out of D.C. for the first time. Call Your Mother Bagels on Tuesday launched a new mobile restaurant housed inside an antique streetcar. The owners have replaced the orange and green paint familiar to many D.C. residents, but they’re keeping its original name: Honey. For...

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Del. Jay Jones Announces Bid for Virginia Attorney General


Created: Tue, Jul 14 2020 01:15:09 PM

Author: Associated Press

A Virginia Democrat is announcing his bid to be the state’s next attorney general

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WNBA MVP Delle Donne Says League Denied Her Medical Waiver


Created: Tue, Jul 14 2020 10:41:16 AM

Author: Doug Feinberg

Elena Delle Donne’s request to be medically excused from the WNBA season has been denied

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Indictment Planned for Fairfax Officer Accused of Stun Gun Assault; Union Calls for Chief to Resign


Created: Tue, Jul 14 2020 10:40:08 AM

Author: Associated Press

Prosecutors plan to obtain an indictment against a white Fairfax County police officer charged with assault after firing a stun gun at an African American man

Read more: Indictment Planned for Fairfax Officer Accused of Stun Gun Assault; Union Calls for Chief to Resign


Plan: Richmond's Lee Statue Would Be Cut Apart, Reassembled


Created: Tue, Jul 14 2020 10:45:27 AM

Author: Associated Press

The state of Virginia plans to remove the large statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E

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Group of Marines to Honor Fallen Comrade at Arlington National Cemetery


Created: Tue, Jul 14 2020 02:41:09 AM

Author: Darcy Spencer

A group of military service members who wanted to honor a fallen Marine at Arlington National Cemetery were told only close family members could visit due to the pandemic — but after contacting News4, they have been approved to visit the cemetery. Marine Corps Sgt. Joe Wrightsman drowned in Afghanistan 10 years ago while trying to save an Afghan policeman....

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DC Sees Fourth Consecutive Day With No Coronavirus Deaths


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 03:43:57 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

Sunday marks the fourth day in a row that D.C. has recorded no deaths from the coronavirus. To see just two consecutive days with no COVID-19 deaths in D.C., you have to go all the way back to March 24. The D.C. health department announced the data Monday. As the crisis worsens in other parts of the country. D.C. is tracking...

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Loudoun County Teachers Rally Against In-Person Instruction


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 10:24:07 PM

Author: Julie Carey

The clock is ticking in Loudoun County, Virginia, for teachers and parents to make a critical decision: Will they opt for face-to-face instruction this fall? Dozens of teachers who don’t believe a return to the classroom will be safe blasted their car horns outside the county’s education headquarters Monday afternoon during the Loudoun Education Association’s “Solidarity for Safety Rally.” They...

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Indians, Other Teams Pressured After DC's NFL Team Drops Nickname


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 10:49:35 PM

Author: Tom Withers

Now that the NFL's Washington team has retired its contentious nickname and logo after decades of objection and amid a nationwide movement calling for racial justice, the Indians appear to be the next major sports franchise that might assume a new identity.

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W.Va. Governor Reinstating Virus Restrictions as Cases Rise


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 10:07:19 PM

Author: Anthony Izaguirre

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice is moving to close bars in the state’s largest college town and reimpose restrictions on large gatherings as coronavirus cases rise to record levels

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Activists Seek to Decriminalize ‘Magic' Mushrooms in DC


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 04:53:16 PM

Author: Ashraf Khalil and Associated Press

Despite pandemic conditions that made normal signature-gathering almost impossible, activists in Washington, D

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 12


Created: Sun, Jul 12 2020 03:56:37 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

This article is no longer being updated. Go here for the coronavirus news on July 13, 2020. Montgomery County Public Schools is the latest school system in the region to release an anticipated plan for reopening in the fall. A draft of their guidelines was released Saturday that would blend virtual learning with in-person instruction. School is expected to resume...

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14-Year-Old Charged With Killing Man Outside DC McDonald's; Second Suspect Sought


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 02:45:54 PM

Author: Derrick Ward and Andrea Swalec

A 14-year-old boy has been charged in the death of a Maryland man who was killed by gunfire outside a McDonald’s restaurant in D.C. on July Fourth. A second suspect is still sought by police.  Antonio Gardiner, 36, of Oxon Hill, died after he was shot on July 4. He was a “peaceful” family man and father of three, his...

Read more: 14-Year-Old Charged With Killing Man Outside DC McDonald's; Second Suspect Sought


Even During Pandemic, Beekeeping Remains an Essential Service


Created: Sun, Jul 12 2020 08:47:44 PM

Author: Andrew Harnik

The nation's capital has declared beekeepers to be essential workers during the coronavirus outbreak

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Driver Airlifted to Hospital After BW Parkway Crash; NB Lanes Closed


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 11:25:59 AM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

A driver was airlifted to a hospital after crashing on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway early Monday and the northbound lanes have been closed for an investigation. The driver was traveling between Powder Mill Road and MD-197 around 4:30 a.m. Their car left the roadway and rolled over, U.S. Park Police said. Due to the nature of their injuries, police are reconstructing...

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Drop in Virginia Jail's Expenses Creates Way to Pay Community College Tuition


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 10:47:11 AM

Author: Charles Boothe and Bluefield Daily Telegraph

Closing courts in Tazewell County because of the pandemic has created a way to pay the tuition for county students at Southwest Virginia Community College (SVCC) for the rest of this year. “The regional jail expense decreased by $275,000 due to the COVID-19 shutdown of the court system,” said County Administrator Eric Young. That money will be used to fulfill...

Read more: Drop in Virginia Jail's Expenses Creates Way to Pay Community College Tuition


Reports: Washington NFL Team to Announce Name Change Monday


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 04:18:41 AM

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Washington’s NFL team will get rid of its name, which is considered a racial slur, on Monday, according to multiple reports.

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Loudoun County Considering Proposal to Form Police Department


Created: Mon, Jul 13 2020 02:43:12 AM

Author: Drew Wilder

Leaders in Loudoun County, Virginia, are considering a proposal that would ask voters if the county should establish a police department. Currently, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office handles all law enforcement, but creating a police department would transfer most duties to police and leave the sheriff’s office to handle courts and jails. On her first day as chair of the...

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Maryland Governor Says GOP Needs ‘Bigger Tent' After Trump


Created: Sun, Jul 12 2020 08:31:48 PM

Author: Associated Press

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who’s rumored to be eyeing a run for the White House in 2024, says the GOP needs to be a “bigger tent party” after President Donald Trump leaves office. Hogan has been known to break with Trump, and he is also raising questions now about Trump’s commutation of political ally Roger Stone’s prison sentence. Hogan tells...

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Virginia Speedway Driver Dies Following Crash During Race


Created: Sun, Jul 12 2020 06:27:16 PM

Author: Associated Press

A driver died Saturday night in a crash during a race at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia

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Man Shot on Metro Train Near Mt. Vernon Square Station


Created: Sat, Jul 11 2020 11:29:37 PM

Author:

A man is critically hurt after someone shot him on a Metro train Saturday afternoon, police say. Metro Transit Police officers responded to the Mt. Vernon Square station just before 5 p.m. for the report of a shooting. They found the victim and he was taken to a hospital in critical condition. Police believe the shooting happened on a green...

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Montgomery County Schools Expect to Bring Students Back to Classroom in Phases


Created: Sat, Jul 11 2020 10:44:53 PM

Author: Gina Cook

Montgomery County Public Schools released a draft of its reopening plan for the upcoming school year on Saturday, telling families it anticipates school will start on a virtual-only basis on Monday, Aug. 31 before students come back to the classroom in phases. The county’s first option for students would bring them back to school on a rotation based on their...

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Virginia Deputy Lied About Roadside Attack, Sheriff Says


Created: Sat, Jul 11 2020 02:36:15 AM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

A deputy who said he was the victim of a roadside attack in Fauquier County, Virginia, made up the incident and is facing charges, authorities say. Jake Preston Dooley, 22, said he was stopped at the intersection of Old Waterloo Road and Wilson Road near Warrenton after 7 p.m. Friday to remove a hazard in the roadway when he heard...

Read more: Virginia Deputy Lied About Roadside Attack, Sheriff Says


Man Killed, DC Police Officer on Leave After Virginia Apartment Shooting


Created: Sat, Jul 11 2020 06:17:38 PM

Author: NBCWashington Staff

An off-duty D.C. police officer fatally shot a man outside his apartment in Reston, Virginia, Friday night, police say. Fairfax County police say officers responded to a call for a disturbance at an apartment complex on the 12000 block of Starboard Drive at 11:30 p.m. The off-duty officer said he shot a man after the man raised a firearm in...

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3 Killed in Separate Shootings in Northeast DC


Created: Sat, Jul 11 2020 01:45:46 AM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

Three people died in separate shootings in Northeast D.C. Friday evening, the Metropolitan Police Department confirmed. The deaths bring the number of homicides in the District this year to 97 compared to 82 at this time last year. There have been 15 homicides in Washington in July. A woman was shot and killed about 5:20 p.m. in the 700 block...

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 10


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 04:03:07 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

Virginia saw a large jump in coronavirus cases, adding more than 900 diagnoses to the state’s database. Virginia’s new record is consistent with an upward trend: Counted on a seven-day average, the number of new infections is rising. Maryland is seeing a similar upward trend, but with less dramatic numbers. The District continues to be in a relative plateau of...

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Virginia Governor Says He Could Bring Back Tougher Restrictions


Created: Sat, Jul 11 2020 02:47:14 AM

Author:

Virginia’s governor said he could bring back tougher restrictions after the state reported more than 900 new coronavirus infections Friday, the highest daily total in more than a month. Cases among people under the age of 30 are up 250 percent from May. During a visit to a testing site in Chesapeake Friday afternoon, Gov. Ralph Northam said he’s worried...

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Maryland Police Officers Suspended After Police Pursuit Ends in Fatal Crash


Created: Sat, Jul 11 2020 02:19:24 AM

Author: Matthew Stabley

Five Prince George’s County police officers were suspended after a police pursuit ended in a fatal crash. A clerk at a gas station in the 7500 block of Old Branch Avenue in Clinton called police about people acting unusual in an SUV at the gas pumps about 4:45 p.m. Thursday, police said. An officer spoke to the people in the...

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Maryland AG Criticizes Governor's Plan to Conduct Election


Created: Sat, Jul 11 2020 01:15:21 AM

Author: Brian Witte

Maryland's attorney general is warning of “devastating consequences” if all voters are not directly sent ballots for November's election due to safety concerns about the coronavirus

Read more: Maryland AG Criticizes Governor's Plan to Conduct Election


Popular Maryland Bagel Shop Closes Due to Coronavirus


Created: Sat, Jul 11 2020 12:02:55 AM

Author:

The owner of a popular family-owned bagel shop in Maryland said he closed it due to concerns about the coronavirus and his wife’s health conditions. Bagel City has been a Rockville institution for four decades. Owner George Kavadoy said his wife has ALS and he could risk infecting her with the coronavirus. He said he closed to give her his...

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DC Sports Teams Raise Funds, Donate Meals to Workers Fighting Coronavirus


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 07:53:40 PM

Author: Mark Segraves

D.C. sports teams are part of the growing list of groups raising money and donating meals to workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. The foundation of Monumental Sports, which owns the Wizards, Mystics and Capitals, is making daily deliveries of hot meals to firehouses and coronavirus testing sites across D.C. The organization had raised $200,000 as of...

Read more: DC Sports Teams Raise Funds, Donate Meals to Workers Fighting Coronavirus


Homeless Man Who Saved DC Officer's Life Is Reunited With Family


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 08:57:25 PM

Author: Mark Segraves and Andrea Swalec

A homeless man who risked his life to save the life of a D.C. police officer was reunited with his family this week after they spotted him on TV. They hadn’t seen him in eight years and had thought he was dead.  John Burrows jumped into action when he saw another homeless man attacking a police officer in downtown D.C....

Read more: Homeless Man Who Saved DC Officer's Life Is Reunited With Family


Suspects in Killing of DC 11-Year-Old Had ‘Neighborhood Beefs;' Second Man Arrested


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 05:27:51 PM

Author: Cory Smith and Andrea Swalec

Men suspected in the fatal shooting of an 11-year-old boy in D.C. on July Fourth had what police called “neighborhood beefs” with each other and had been linked to previous shootings and homicides.  Court documents lay out how police were able to identify at least four men suspected in the death of Davon McNeal. Suspect Daryle Bond, 18, appeared in...

Read more: Suspects in Killing of DC 11-Year-Old Had ‘Neighborhood Beefs;' Second Man Arrested


Maryland Fines 4 Nursing Homes for Lack of Universal Testing


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 02:45:48 PM

Author: Associated Press

The state of Maryland has fined four nursing homes for failing to test all residents and staff for the coronavirus and

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Tropical Storm Fay to Soak Beaches, Bring Rain to DC, Areas East


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 10:45:07 AM

Author: Storm Team4

Tropical Storm Fay will pass over the Eastern Shore later Friday, bringing a high impact along the beaches and the Bay. Closer to D.C., the storm could bring some rain or storms in the Beltway and to the east. Local rainfall amounts of 2 inches or more are possible in parts of Prince George’s County and eastward to the Bay...

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DC Police Chief Resists Call to Resign, Compares Councilmember to Trump


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 11:53:02 AM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham is resisting calls for his resignation or firing and compared a critic on the D.C. Council to President Donald Trump. Outgoing Councilmember David Grosso says Newsham “needs to go” and on Wednesday sent a letter to Mayor Muriel Bowser saying the chief should be fired. Grosso said Newsham pushes an outdated, tough-on-crime approach and has not...

Read more: DC Police Chief Resists Call to Resign, Compares Councilmember to Trump


Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 9


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 03:38:35 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

This story is no longer being updated. Go here for coronavirus updates on July 10, 2020. A troubling spike in coronavirus deaths in the D.C. area comes as a local school is put into the national conversation over reopening schools in the fall. Forty-eight people died from coronavirus in a single day across D.C., Maryland and Virginia, health officials said...

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DC Seeing Up to 7-Day Wait for COVID-19 Test Results Amid Increased Demand


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 09:17:56 PM

Author: Aimee Cho and NBC Washington Staff

If you get tested for the coronavirus at a public site in D.C., you now may have to wait as long as seven days to get your results. The estimated wait time in D.C. was three to five days. It’s now five to seven days, officials said Thursday.  The wait is now longer because more people are getting tested across...

Read more: DC Seeing Up to 7-Day Wait for COVID-19 Test Results Amid Increased Demand


Maryland Mother Charged With Killing Baby; Body Has Not Been Found


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 07:48:38 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

A Montgomery County mother is charged with murder in the death of her 15-month-old daughter, police said Thursday. The child’s body still has not been found.  Kiearra Tolson, 23, was arrested and charged in the death of Blair Niles. County police say Tolson told investigators she starved her daughter for about three-and-a-half weeks then put the child’s body in a...

Read more: Maryland Mother Charged With Killing Baby; Body Has Not Been Found


Prince George's Still Among Top US Counties For COVID-19 Infections, But Metrics Are Improving


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 01:08:02 PM

Author: Anisa Holmes and Sophia Barnes

Prince George’s County remains among the top 50 U.S. counties for coronavirus infections, but County Executive Angela Alsobrooks said at a press conference Thursday that there are signs that metrics are improving. Although many have recovered, nearly 20,000 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the county since the beginning of the outbreak. Ten thousand people alone were diagnosed during...

Read more: Prince George's Still Among Top US Counties For COVID-19 Infections, But Metrics Are Improving


Community Activist Can't Get Care for COVID-19-Damaged Heart Due to Positive Tests


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 02:29:41 AM

Author: Tracee Wilkins

A community activist who tested positive for COVID-19 in early May needs surgery because of how the disease impacted his heart, but cracks in the health care system left him without the care he needs. Ron Weiss, 76, was symptom-free when he tested positive for the coronavirus but soon he felt the impact. The virus attacked his heart and Southern...

Read more: Community Activist Can't Get Care for COVID-19-Damaged Heart Due to Positive Tests


14-Year-Old Arrested in DC Homicide


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 01:47:54 AM

Author: NBCWashington Staff

D.C. police arrested a 14-year-old suspect in connection to a homicide that took place in Southeast Saturday. The arrest was made Wednesday in connection to the killing of Antonio Gardiner of Oxon Hill, Maryland. The 14-year-old suspect was arrested on charges of first-degree murder. Gardiner, 36, was found shot Saturday night when police responded to a call for a shooting...

Read more: 14-Year-Old Arrested in DC Homicide

 
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