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Past articles by Sierra:

2 people shot near Suitland High School

A man and woman were shot near Suitland High School Tuesday afternoon, according to police. → Read More

Lawsuit claims Fairfax County Public Schools downplayed former student's rape

Fairfax County Public Schools is accused of turning a blind eye to a horrific sexual abuse case. → Read More

Maryland has longest ER wait times in the nation: report

New data reveals the longest emergency room wait time is right here in the DMV. → Read More

Prince George's County police warn of predators lurking through video games

Police in Prince George's County are warning parents of predators finding kids by lurking on video games. → Read More

DC Councilmember Brianne Nadeau responds to Adams Morgan residents' crime concerns

Adams Morgan residents say crime in the area is getting out of hand. → Read More

Arlington company plans to hold illegally parked scooters hostage

Some residents and businesses in Arlington are fed up with scooters being wrongly parked, and scattered all over. → Read More

Suspect taken into custody after deadly shooting in Laurel

A man is dead, and a suspect is in custody, after a shooting Wednesday morning in Laurel. → Read More

Man dead after shooting in Laurel; suspect at large

A man is dead after a shooting Wednesday morning in Laurel. → Read More

Wife of Amazon delivery driver killed in Temple Hills speaks out

Candice Green said her husband was a gentle, down-to-earth, kind, and funny man who gave the best hugs. → Read More

Silver Spring residents concerned about recent violent crimes

A recent crime wave has residents in Downtown Silver Spring on edge. → Read More

Food delivery biker says she was attacked on U Street

A food delivery driver was allegedly assaulted on Christmas Eve. D.C. police are now looking into the situation. → Read More

New Year's Eve 2022: Things to do in D.C. to ring in 2023

After two years of muted celebrations, New Year’s Eve events are back in a big way in our nation’s capital. → Read More

Arlington gets new 911 technology

Arlington's Emergency Communications Center is getting a makeover. → Read More

Fairfax County police officer hurt in crash

A Fairfax County police officer was hurt in a crash Friday afternoon. → Read More

PUSH Academy helping create young soccer stars in Arlington

The FIFA World Cup is all about bringing people together from all over the world through the beautiful game. Young kids and teens are also taking notes from some of their favorite players in the hopes of one day being able to play on a world stage just like them. → Read More

Assault and battery charge dropped against former DC Deputy Mayor Chris Geldart

An Arlington judge sided with prosecutors ultimately clearing former D.C. Deputy of Public Safety and Justice, Chris Geldart, of any wrongdoing after Dustin Woodward, a fitness trainer, accused Geldart of grabbing him by the neck after an argument in the Gold's Gym parking lot on Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, Virginia back in October. → Read More

New Virginia bill takes aim at transgender student-athletes

A new bill in Virginia would require transgender student-athletes to play on teams based on their biological sex. → Read More

Commanders coach, players react to Dan Snyder possibly selling team

Chase Young, Taylor Heinicke, and coach Ron Rivera react to Dan Snyder possibly selling the Commanders. → Read More

DC Council to consider changes to residency rules for District employees

D.C. Council members are considering changes that would strengthen residency requirements in the District. After FOX 5’s reporting uncovered some government employees are not abiding by the spirit of the residency law in DC Code, council members are starting to take a closer look. → Read More

Why does DC’s deputy mayor live outside the District?

Concerns are being raised about why D.C.'s deputy mayor of public safety and justice lives outside the District. → Read More