Mary Stringini, FOX 5 DC

Mary Stringini

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Recent:
  • FOX 5 DC
  • FOX 2 Detroit
  • FOX 29
Past:
  • FOX 11 Los Angeles
  • FOX 10 Phoenix
  • FOX 4 NEWS
  • FOX26Houston
  • Fox5NY
  • FOX 7 Austin
  • FOX 32 News
  • FOX 5 Atlanta
  • Fox 35 News
  • FOX 46 Charlotte

Recent articles by Mary:

Britney Spears says Jamie Lynn Spears wants to sell her book at her expense

Britney Spears is speaking out against her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, saying that her sister wants to sell her new book at her own expense. She also said that her family "ruined" her dreams. → Read More

California man opened fire on family as they opened presents on Christmas, killing 2

Austin Alvarez was arrested and charged with murder, accused of allegedly opening fire on his family as they opened presents on Christmas, killing his grandmother and his father’s girlfriend as they opened presents on Christmas. → Read More

California man opened fire on family as they opened presents on Christmas, killing 2

Austin Alvarez was arrested and charged with murder, accused of allegedly opening fire on his family as they opened presents on Christmas, killing his grandmother and his father’s girlfriend as they opened presents on Christmas. → Read More

LAPD body camera video to be released in shooting that left 14-year-old girl dead in dressing room

14-year-old Valentina Orellana Peralta was shopping with her mom at the Burlington Coat Factory in North Hollywood on Christmas Eve when she was fatally struck by a stray bullet as police fired at an assault suspect. → Read More

California to reimpose statewide indoor mask mandate

California is issuing an indoor mask mandate statewide for over the Christmas holiday, citing a 47% increase in COVID-19 case rates across the state since Thanksgiving, State Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly announced Monday. → Read More

California's statewide indoor mask mandate kicks off as virus cases rise

The mandate requires everyone in California to mask up indoors, regardless of vaccination status, from December 15 through January 15. → Read More

Los Angeles County confirms first case of omicron variant

Los Angeles County on Thursday confirmed its first local case of the omicron COVID-19 variant, a day after the first U.S. case of the variant was reported in Northern California. → Read More

First U.S. case of omicron COVID-19 variant detected in California

The first U.S. case of the new omicron COVID-19 variant has been detected in California, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. → Read More

DoorDash driver defecates in customer's residential lobby after dropping off order

A DoorDash driver in Southern California was seen on surveillance video using a customer's residential building lobby as a toilet after dropping off an order. → Read More

California stimulus checks: 784,000 new payments to be sent out

More California stimulus checks are expected to go out on Friday. → Read More

Man attacks women after bar close in Upland on Halloween weekend, follows them home to Ontario

Police say that a man was accosting four women after bar close in Upland on Halloween weekend. An altercation occurred, and he was captured on video punching all four women and running away. Authorities said that man followed two of the women home to Ontario where he punched them both again and robbed them. → Read More

Mayor Eric Garcetti tests positive for COVID-19

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has tested positive for COVID-19, his office announced. → Read More

RHOBH's Dorit Kemsley reportedly held at gunpoint, robbed in Encino home invasion as her kids slept

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley was the victim of a home invasion on Wednesday night at her home in Encino, authorities confirmed to FOX 11. The reality TV star was reportedly held at gunpoint and robbed while her kids were asleep inside the home. → Read More

Mona Rodriguez death: DA Gascón to give update on death of mom shot by Long Beach school cop

Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón will hold a press conference on Wednesday afternoon to discuss the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Mona Rodriguez, who was shot in the head by a Long Beach school safety officer and later died from her injuries. → Read More

VIDEO: Bystanders rescue woman from burning home after plane crashes, killing 2 in SoCal

Dramatic video captured the moment bystanders stepped in to pull a woman from a burning home after a plane crashed in San Diego County on Monday, killing two. → Read More

Coachella, Stagecoach reverse decision on vaccine mandate for festivals

Festivalgoers will now also be allowed to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test as long as it's taken within 72 hours of the event. → Read More

Young mother shot by Long Beach school resource officer dies after being taken off life support

Mona Rodriguez, who was shot in the head by a Long Beach school safety officer and declared brain dead, was taken off life support Tuesday night and her organs were donated to five people, the family's lawyer released in an email statement Wednesday morning. → Read More

Young mother shot by Long Beach school safety officer dies after being taken off life support

Mona Rodriguez, who was shot in the head by a Long Beach school safety officer and declared brain dead, was taken off life support Tuesday night and her organs were donated to five people, the family's lawyer released in an email statement Wednesday morning. → Read More

USC to require students, staff be vaccinated against the flu by Nov. 1

For the second year in a row, the University of Southern California is going one step further to protect its students and staff against the flu, announcing a new mandate requiring all USC students, faculty, and staff to be vaccinated against influenza prior to Nov. 1. → Read More

Pasadena issues COVID-19 vaccine mandate for bars, nightclubs, Rose Bowl

Pasadena will require proof of vaccination for indoor bars, wineries, breweries, nightclubs and lounges. The order will also require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test 72 hours prior to entry for outdoor mega-events, including events at the Rose Bowl. → Read More