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Md. Domino's Hands Out Flyers to Find Pizza Driver's Killer | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 26, 2018
The owner and employees at a Domino's restaurant in Burtonsville, Maryland, posted flyers on pizza boxes Friday night in the hopes of helping police find who shot and killed a pizza delivery driver.
Firefighter Says Fairfax County Dept. Created Hostile Environment | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 26, 2018
A career firefighter with the Fairfax County Fire Department has filed a discrimination complaint saying the department has a culture of harassment and retaliation against female firefighters.
Purcellville Launches Summer Public Art Project | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 26, 2018
Artists are coming together to create public arts that will brighten the Purcellville, Virginia community and offer a place to sit. News4's Julie Carey reports.
5 Shot in DC as Memorial Day Weekend Begins | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 26, 2018
The Memorial Day Weekend began with a violent night in the District as five men were shot. One man was critically injured in the final shooting; four others were in less serious condition. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Rolling Thunder Candlelight Vigil Honors Fallen Soldiers | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 26, 2018
Rolling Thunder riders held a candlelight vigil at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to remember those who were left behind. News4's Shomari Stone reports.
Man Arrested in Death at Mysterious Bethesda Tunnel Home | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 26, 2018
A man has been arrested months after a deadly fire at a home investigators later learned had a network of tunnels underneath it.
Memorial Day Weekend Starts Off Hot, Stormy | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 26, 2018
Storms will bring rain throughout Memorial Day weekend, but you'll have some dry spots to get outside and enjoy warm weather.
A Wharf, a 'Beach' and Crabs: How to Kick Off Summer in DC | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 26, 2018
It's officially the unofficial start to summer. News4's Mark Segraves reports what you can do around D.C. if you're staying in town Memorial Day weekend.
Washingtonian | May 26, 2018
The Caps are heading to the Stanley Cup—here are a few things to do this weekend to celebrate.
Ruth's Chris Location to Temporarily Lose Liquor License | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
Ruth's Chris Steak House in Bethesda will lose its liquor license for two weeks this summer after the restaurant was found to have sold alcohol to minors. News4's Scott MacFarlane has the story.
Shooting of 2 More Teens Puts SE DC Neighborhoods on Edge | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
Two more teenagers were shot and wounded Thursday night in Southeast D.C. "People know who did it but they're not going to tell. This is just a code they live by," one resident said.
DC Priests Pray Over Rolling Thunder Bikes | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
Bikers participating in the Rolling Thunder Memorial Day weekend tradition had their bikes blessed Friday by priests at the National Cathedral. News4's Shomari Stone reports.
Bethesda Teen Gains Following Doing Trampoline Tricks | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage month and we're celebrating by introducing you to a social media sensation from Bethesda, Maryland. Gavin May is a Korean teenager who posts videos of himself...
Ben Jealous Accused of Trying to Block Competitors for Gov. | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
Two African-American candidates for Maryland governor say candidate Ben Jealous tried to keep them off the ballot through intimidation. One says she lost her job because of him. News4's Tracee Wilkins reports.
2 Teens Shot in SE DC; 1 Critically Injured | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
Two teenagers were shot in Southeast Washington overnight, and one of the teens was critically injured, police say.
Program Empowers Asian-American Students | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, so what better time to focus on an organization that believes that empowering the next generation of leaders begins with mental...
Memorial Day Traffic: What to Know | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
News4's Melissa Mollet has advice on how to get around this Memorial Day weekend.
Nine Teens Have Been Killed This Year in DC | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
Nine teenagers age 13 to 19 have died in homicides in D.C. this year so far, police say.
DC Mayor Bets Caps Will Beat Golden Knights | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has placed a friendly bet that the Washington Capitals will win their upcoming series in the Stanley Cup finals against the Vegas Golden Knights.Photo Credit: Getty Images
Man Mowing Lawn Collapsed, Then Firefighter Finished Mowing | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
When a man had a heart attack as he mowed his lawn in Virginia, his neighbor helped save his life -- and a firefighter helped him and then finished mowing his lawn.Photo Credit: NBC Washington
Man Sentenced for Brutal Gang Killing of 15-Year-Old Girl | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
An MS-13 gang member who prosecutors say plunged a stick into the neck of a dying 15-year-old girl has been sentenced to more than three decades in prison. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Boy, 16, Has Been Missing for More Than 3 Weeks: Police | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
The FBI and Prince William County police are searching for a 16-year-old boy who has been missing for more than three weeks.Photo Credit: Prince William County Police
AALEAD Helps Develop Low-Income, Asian-American Youth | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 25, 2018
An organization in the D.C. area aims to develop and empower low-income Asian-American students beginning with their mental health.Photo Credit: NBCWashington
Washingtonian | May 25, 2018
The Memorial Day holiday means a lot of restaurants are extending their brunch service to Monday. Here’s where you can get your Benedict and mimosa fix on your day off. Commissary 1443 P St. NW No Monday scaries here! Come by for bottomless, all-day brunch. Choose between $15, free-flowing mim...
Washingtonian | May 25, 2018
Have you ever been sitting at a desk in a co-working space in desperate need of an afternoon break, thinking Gee, I could really go for some yoga and an açaí bowl right now, but that would involve packing up all my stuff and schlepping it to the outside world and back, so why bother? […]
Washingtonian | May 25, 2018
McLean Where: 1105 Waverly Way How much: $4,795,000 When: Sunday, 2pm to 4pm Why: When you first walk into this seven bedroom, seven-and-a-half bathroom home, you’re greeted by a grand two-story central hall with a glass conservatory ceiling. There are two sitting rooms on the first level,...
Prince George's Co. Prosecutor Speaks on Church Abuse Case | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks spoke Thursday on charges that three church leaders in Fort Washington sexually abused four teen girls in a program for at-risk youth. "We have been
Senior and Disabled Residents Get Housing Extension After Fire | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
Some Centreville, Virginia, residents feared they would soon lose their temporary housing after a massive fire destroyed their complex. After News4's Meagan Fitzgerald reached out to the complex, the company...
Lawsuits, Safety Experts Warn About Popular Off-Road Vehicle | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
The parents of a woman killed by a horrific off-road vehicle fire say they blame the company for covering up deadly defects.
Man Gets 10 Years for Killing Woman With 1 Punch in Va. | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
A man who punched a woman once, killing her after they clashed inside a Northern Virginia convenience store, has been sentenced.Photo Credit: Robert Jenkins; Alexandria Circuit Court This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Get Ready for Memorial Bridge Construction | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
Construction is set to start on the nearly century-old Memorial Bridge. Transportation Reporter Adam Tuss explains what to expect.
A Look at Progress on the US Army Museum at Fort Belvoir | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
The National Museum of the United States Army is getting closer to opening. News4's Mark Segraves got an exclusive look. He spoke with actor Joe Mantegna, who is the spokesman for museum fundraising.
9 Teens Killed This Year in DC | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
The number of homicides in the District is up sharply compared to this time last year and nine teenagers are among the victims. News4's Chris Gordon spoke with residents in Southeast D.C.
For Your Weekend: Celebrations, Vacations for Memorial Day | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
Here's the best and brightest for your weekend in and around D.C.Photo Credit: Getty Images/Abby Vesoulis
Eagle Scout Turns Hardware Store Tirade Into Life Lesson | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
The Eagle Scout berated by an employee of a Virginia hardware store said he was simply exercising what he’s learned from Scouting — citizenship, leadership and preparedness.Photo Credit: NBCWashington
Day Care Worker Touched Children to Tickle, Play: Lawyer | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
The lawyer for a day care employee accused of inappropriately touching five children said his client only touched children during the course of play.Photo Credit: Prince William County Police
Montgomery Co. Health Officials Warn of Measles Case | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
Montgomery County officials have sent out a health alert Thursday to let people know they may have been exposed to a person with measles.Photo Credit: Getty Images
Domino's Offering Reward for Info in Delivery Driver's Death | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
Domino's is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest in the death of one of its delivery drivers.Photo Credit: NBC4
Anacostia Skating Rink to Open This Weekend | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
Slip on your skates and get ready to hit the city's only outdoor sakting rink. The free skating rink at Anacostia Park is reopening this weekend as the National Park Service gets ready for the park's centennial...
Homeless Shelter Moving Into Landmark Mall in June | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
A homeless shelter that has been a staple in the Old Town section of Alexandria for three decades is getting ready for a big move -- but it's only temporary.
Women Wanted for Attacking Bartender at U Street Nightclub | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
Police are asking for help to find three women who assaulted a bartender at a nightclub on U Street in D.C. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Top 10 Beaches Near the DC Area | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
No, Waikiki isn't on the list -- we're looking at the best beaches within an easy drive of the DMV. Get ready to vacuum the sand out of your car.Photo Credit: Shutterstock
More Than 50 Cats Found After House Fire in Maryland | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
More than 50 cats and kittens were found inside a burning home Wednesday afternoon, fire officials say. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
1 Dead After Hotel Fire in Capitol Heights | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
One person was killed in a fire at a hotel in Capitol Heights, Maryland,Thursday morning.
Police ID 3 Who Died in Fairfax House Fire | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
Robert Glen Edmanson, Sr., 63; Sandralee Edmanson, 61, and Christina J. Minton, 56, died.
Copperhead Spotted in Park Near National Mall | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
A northern copperhead was spotted in a park near the National Mall Monday, the National Park Service says.Photo Credit: National Park Service
The Germiest Spot at the Airport Is Somewhere You Can't Avoid | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | May 24, 2018
The germiest place in the airport isn't the bathrooms or the seats at the gate.Photo Credit: NBC Washington
Washingtonian | May 24, 2018
THURSDAY, MAY 24 MUSIC Brooklyn noise-rock/shoegaze band A Place to Bury Strangers released its fifth studio album, Pinned, this spring. Frontman Oliver Ackermann has local ties: he was instrumental in the Virginia band Skywave from 1995-2003. Since founding APTBS, he has also designed and manufactu...
Washingtonian | May 24, 2018
Join us Friday, May 25, at 11 AM to chat with food critic Ann Limpert. Have questions about what to do this Memorial Day weekend? Need a restaurant recommendation? Leave a question below, and Ann will get to as many as she can on Friday morning. This week, we’re holding an exciting giveaway:...
Washingtonian | May 24, 2018
Join the Willard’s bartender on Thursday for an event mixing drinks and history. You’ll snack on light bites and get a hands-on mixology tutorial, all while getting an (abbreviated) lesson on the long, complicated history between American presidents and the press. Tickets are $49. The DC Arts...