Mariel Carbone, 8News WRIC Richmond

Mariel Carbone

8News WRIC Richmond

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Mariel:

Brian Robinson shooting: 17-year-old arrested

WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — Police announced that a 17-year-old boy was arrested for the August shooting of Commanders player Brian Robinson on Wednesday. “This is yet another case of a juvenile with an illegal gun,” Police Chief Robert Contee said during a press conference. The teen was charged with assault with intent to rob while armed. […] → Read More

Police: Man with rifle on balcony in Fairfax County, yelling threats

FALLS CHURCH, Va. (DC News Now) — Police said a man with a rifle was on the balcony of an apartment building shouting threats Tuesday afternoon. Officers were in the 3300 block of Rio Dr., at the Barcroft Hills Condominiums, where they negotiated with the man as of 6 p.m. A tweet from the Fairfax […] → Read More

Millions of drivers hit the roads this Fourth

WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — AAA predicts 48 million people will travel this holiday weekend. “We are expecting a very busy Fourth of July holiday weekend here,” said Ragina Ali with AAA Public and Government Affairs. “(In) the DMV area we’re projecting about 1.63 million Washington DC metro residents will be traveling, despite the fact […] → Read More

To become a World Cup host, Paul Brown Stadium needs $10M in work, per FIFA requirements

In two weeks FIFA will announce its host cities for the 2026 World Cup, but before Cincinnati can find out if it’s selected Hamilton County must agree to meet several FIFA requirements and upgrades to Paul Brown Stadium. → Read More

Biggest Taste of Cincinnati yet coming to a close

Business owners said booths at this year's Taste of Cincinnati were wildly successful, with thousands of people vising the downtown area to sample plenty varieties of Queen City cuisine. → Read More

Pureval recommends no major cuts, layoffs in Cincinnati's 2023 budget

The budget includes funding for two recruit classes each for police and fire as well as an increase in funding for human services. → Read More

Project to build new Cincinnati Police District 5 headquarters could be delayed

According to a new city report, City Manager John Curp is recommending council hold off on developing a new District 5 building, at least for now. Instead, he is proposing the city create a public safety facilities master plan, which looks at all police and fire facilities. → Read More

Colerain Township business owner concerned a crosswalk to nowhere does more harm than good

A business owner says a crosswalk that leads to his business, and a vacant former Kroger store across the street, is going to get someone hurt. → Read More

Grippo's to expand into vacant Kroger building in Colerain Township

The company, known for making Grippo’s chips and pretzels, is seeking to use the space at 6401 Colerain Avenue as a warehouse while maintaining its current location at 6750 Colerain Avenue as a production space. → Read More

Ahead of summer travel season, are record-high gas prices changing habits?

Whether it's changing your habits or not, here are some tips to save. → Read More

Health leaders say Ohio is in a good position despite rising COVID cases

Right now, all but one Ohio county is listed as “low” on the CDC’s new COVID-19 community level map, including Hamilton County. → Read More

E-scooters to remain in Cincinnati; companies given 90 days to address complaints

The city is giving Bird and Lime 90 days to address several safety concerns, as it works to negotiate a new contract with both companies. If the companies do not address the issues, council could vote to ban them from the city. → Read More

Report: Lower Price Hill sees the most speeding citations in Cincinnati

Speeding tickets in Lower Price Hill, Mount Airy and Queensgate made up 40% of all speeding tickets issued. → Read More

'That’s the one thing your baby needs': Mothers, food banks look for infant formula amid shortage

Supply chain issues and recalls are resulting in 40% of infant formula being out of stock across the country. Mothers across the Tri-State are searching for solutions. → Read More

Resilience workshop helps Tri-State health care workers struggling after 'getting through the unknown'

While it may feel like the pandemic is completely over, health care workers still feel the anxiety they've dealt with for the past two hours. That's why The Christ Hospital is putting an emphasis on employee mental health. → Read More

'Who am I even going to be on the ballot with?': Ohio primary candidates remain in limbo amid redistricting battle

While the Ohio Redistricting Commission works on a fifth set of maps, as requested by the Ohio Supreme Court, candidates wonder what district they're running in. → Read More

Federal judges decide not to intervene in Ohio redistricting battle as primary deadline approaches

A three-judge panel directed the state to have legislative district maps approved by April 20, the date Secretary of State Frank La Rose told the federal court maps must be approved by in order to put on an Aug. 2 primary. → Read More

Community leaders search for solutions to youth gun violence in Covington

Video of a fight-turned-shooting that left three children hospitalized shocked the community, but one teen's statement about a culture of violence among teens broke hearts. → Read More

After 100 days in office, has Pureval lived up to his campaign?

Pureval ran on a campaign promising “bold” leadership, with a focus on racial equity, affordable housing and public safety, among other things. He said he believes city leaders have made good on their word. → Read More

Inflation hits 40 year high, Northside food pantry expands to meet demand

Cain Food Pantry just re-opened this week following renovations that nearly doubled the size to meet the growing demand. → Read More