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Past articles by Chris:

People Who Don't Meet Montgomery County Vaccine Standards Cause Long Lines at Clinics

People with appointments were turned away from a vaccination clinic in Montgomery County, Maryland, Thursday. The line of people waiting in the cold stretched... → Read More

How to Use DC-Area Apps to Place Your Bets in the Super Bowl

For the first time in our region, you can have real skin in the big game. A variety of sports betting apps in D.C. and Virginia are now available for residents... → Read More

Judge Upholds Montgomery County Indoor Dining Ban

A judge upheld Montgomery County, Maryland’s ban on indoor dining Wednesday evening. Another hearing will be held in 10 days. Thirty-three restaurants sued to... → Read More

Prosecutors Won't Charge Maryland Police Officer in Fatal Shooting

A Maryland police officer who fatally shot a man wielding a knife earlier this year will not face any charges. The body cam worn by Montgomery County police... → Read More

Montgomery County Could Enter Phase 2 Reopening Next Week

Phase two of reopening Montgomery County, Maryland, could begin next week, the county executive said Wednesday. Entering phase two is dependent upon... → Read More

Montgomery County May Start to Reopen ‘Early Next Week,’ Executive Says

As Washington, D.C., and surrounding counties gradually reopen in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Montgomery County won’t put an exact date on when... → Read More

MS-13 Gang Member Given 28 Year Sentence

A reputed gang leader of MS-13 was sentenced to 28 years in prison by a Montgomery County judge on Friday. They gave the first-time offender a hefty sentence, sending a clear message about gang activity in the county, the judge said. → Read More

First Responders Recount Emotional Rescue of Woman Stuck Under Metro Train

First responders who rescued a woman pinned under a Metro train Thursday evening say it was a team effort by firefighters and police. The woman apparently had a medical emergency on the platform at the Court House station in Arlington, Virginia, and fell onto the tracks, according to Metro Transit Police. A train couldn’t stop in time, and the woman… → Read More

Former High School Coach Accused of Conspiracy to Kidnap Kids, Kill Parents

A former high school lacrosse coach from Maryland is accused of conspiring to kidnap a group of children and kill their parents. Walter Johnson High School’s principal sent a note to the community saying former varsity lacrosse coach Gary Blake Reburn was arrested for his role in an attempted murder and kidnapping in Virginia. According to federal court documents, Reburn’s… → Read More

Agents Make Maryland’s Biggest Illegal Tobacco Bust

Agents made the biggest illegal tobacco and cigarette bust in Maryland history, according to the state comptroller. → Read More

Teen Seriously Hurt in Silver Spring Car Crash

First responders found the teen in the backseat of the vehicle on Wayne Avenue in serious condition with wounds, police said. → Read More

Abductor Outsmarted by 80-Year-Old Woman Sentenced to 17 Years

A Maryland man was sentenced to 17 years for invading an 80-year-old woman's Potomac condo and robbing her at knifepoint. → Read More

Maryland Family Fears Sinkhole Threatens Their Home

A Maryland family doesn’t feel safe because of a growing sinkhole in what used to be their backyard. → Read More

Montgomery Co. Council Members Say They’re Being Threatened Over Immigration Policy

Montgomery County Council members say they're receiving threats because of false information online regarding the county's immigration policy. → Read More

3 Men, 1 Juvenile Arrested in Murder of Fairfax 16-Year-Old

Three men and a juvenile face charges related to the death and improper burial of a 16-year-old boy earlier this year, Fairfax County police said. → Read More

Maryland Reducing Some Speed Limits for Pedestrian Safety

Transportation officials are lowering the speed limits on some Maryland roads as part of a pedestrian safety effort. → Read More

Maryland Man Sexually Assaulted Women He Met on Tinder

A former school guidance counselor sexually assaulted women he met on the dating app Tinder. → Read More

Camera Captures Moment Car Slams Into Scooter Rider in Bethesda

It was a terrifying scene captured on a business' security camera: a scooter zooming down Woodmont Avenue in Bethesda, Maryland, when a car makes a left turn and slams into the rider. → Read More

DC Claims Property Owners 'Endangered' Residents' Health and Safety

D.C.'s Attorney General announced Thursday three lawsuits against property owners and managers his office says are endangering residents' health and safety -- including the owners of a shopping center where... → Read More

2 Women Raped, Robbed in Mount Pleasant; Police Search for Suspect

Two women were raped and robbed in D.C.'s Mount Pleasant neighborhood, and police believe one man is responsible. → Read More