Ayesha Khan, FOX 5 DC

Ayesha Khan


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Past articles by Ayesha:

Prince William County Public School system considering additional security measures

The Prince William County Public School system could soon have new security screening technology. → Read More

Some children’s medications in short supply as cases of flu, RSV and COVID-19 rise

If you have a sick child who needs over the counter medicine, you may have to visit several pharmacies to find it. → Read More

Newly created non-profit helps feed Northern Virginia families impacted by inflation

As the holiday season gets under full swing and inflation continues to rise, many residents across the DMV are dealing with food insecurity and homelessness, so to help, non-profits, such as Built to Serve based in Northern Virginia, are doing what they can to provide healthy foods those in need. → Read More

Food & Friends delivers thousands of Thanksgiving meals to DMV residents

A tremendous community tradition continued in D.C. on Thanksgiving Day. Volunteers with Food & Friends, a local community-based organization, prepared and delivered thousands of Thanksgiving meals to people in the DMV who are struggling with serious illness and food insecurity. → Read More

Montgomery County hopes to simplify charging electric vehicles at home

Montgomery County wants to make it easier for residents to charge their electric vehicles as officials continue to make a push for protecting the environment. → Read More

DC area parents ask if students can opt out of homework

Should families in the D.C. region have the choice of opting out of homework? → Read More

Prince William County taxpayers shocked by high personal property tax bill

People in one northern Virginia county are doing a double take when it comes to their personal property tax bill. → Read More

Woman’s private social media group warns of dating 'red flags' about guys in the DC region

Red flags, spilling tea or just straight up getting ghosted! → Read More

'Farm to Food Bank' program addresses increasing food insecurity in Montgomery County

More and more families in Montgomery County need help with getting food. That’s why the county’s “Farm to Food Bank” program is investing thousands of dollars to make sure local farms can produce plenty of fresh food and feed those who are experiencing hunger. → Read More

DC area parents say more security needed as kids go back to school following recent mass shootings

It's already back to school for many kids in the D.C. region but some students still have some time left to enjoy the last few weeks of summer. → Read More

New Loudoun County elementary school wins top recognition for energy efficient design

A brand new elementary school opening in Loudoun County is raising the roof on solar energy. The Elaine Thompson Elementary School is the first school in Sterling to have solar panels built into its design, providing 40 percent of the school's power needs. → Read More

Montgomery County event focuses on educating Black women about healthy births

Every baby deserves to be born healthy. That was the message at the "Right from the Start" event meant to help reduce health disparities faced by Black mothers, especially those of child bearing age. → Read More

Montgomery Co. Black Ministers Conference holds ‘prayer breakfast’ ahead of new school year

Many parents in the DMV are getting ready to send their kids back to school. So, to send them off with much encouragement and positivity, the group, known as the Black Ministers Conference of Montgomery County held a prayer breakfast Saturday morning. → Read More

Maryland junior tennis training center pushes community outreach programs during Citi Open

Junior Tennis Champion Center in College Park is making its presence known thanks several alumni who are taking part at the Citi Open tournament in DC. → Read More

Montgomery Co. encourages support for local arts, entertainment after lost revenue during peak COVID

Even as we are no longer at the peak of the ongoing pandemic -- the arts and entertainment culture certainly took a financial hit. → Read More

Deadly crash has District Heights residents demanding safety changes

Residents in a Prince George’s County community are fed up with people driving and crashing into their backyards. → Read More

Montgomery County brings back annual farm tour after two year hiatus

From beers to beets, to hay rides and fruit picking, the annual Montgomery County Farm Tour is back this weekend! → Read More

Fight Over Fear: Ayesha Khan on the importance of mammograms in fighting breast cancer

It was a first time mammogram that revealed to FOX 5's Ayesha Khan that she had breast cancer. That mammogram – she said – is what she believes saved her life. → Read More

Montgomery County community throws block party to celebrate Green Street project and clean water initiative

The community in Glenmont Forest and Wheaton Hills is holding a block party this weekend to celebrate the completion of a project as part of Montgomery County's Green Streets program. → Read More

Montgomery County steps up patrol during Fourth of July weekend, reports uptick in traffic related deaths

More and more traffic related deaths are happening on Maryland roads as traffic returns to how it used to be pre-pandemic, according to the National Traffic Highway Safety Administration (NTHSA). → Read More