Anne Cutler, FOX 5 DC

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Past articles by Anne:

Many outdoor recreational activities resume in Maryland after some restrictions relaxed

As Maryland remains under a statewide stay-at-home order, aimed at curbing the COVID-19 pandemic, some restrictions are beginning to ease, with many recreational activities resuming today. → Read More

Some Arlington residents up-in-arms over Amazon construction noise

Despite stay-at-home orders for most DMV residents, construction is one industry that has kept going through the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Maryland protesters push to reopen economy amid COVID-19 pandemic

As the national shutdown drags on, there’s a growing movement online and among protesters to ease restrictions aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Animal rescue groups utilize virtual dog adoptions

As the coronavirus pandemic affects every aspect of our lives, one silver lining of the outbreak has been a dramatic increase in animal adoptions. → Read More

Arlington County school district announces it won’t teach any new material

Tuesday was the first day back to public school after spring break in Arlington, Virginia. → Read More

Virginia man honors Memorial Day with countryside display

As Memorial Day approaches, one Northern Virginia man wants to make sure those who gave their lives to protect our freedom are still remembered with his own, handmade memorial. → Read More

Out-of-state residents launch federal lawsuit to reclaim access to Outer Banks homes

During the summer months, traffic on I-95 can be bumper-to-bumper with locals heading south to the Outer Banks in North Carolina, but few are heading there now, as Dare County has implemented some of the strictest coronavirus restrictions in the nation. → Read More

Tiger’s coronavirus case sparks new warnings for pet owners

Social distancing from Fido? You better believe it. Top veterinary experts are making startling new recommendations after more than half a dozen large cats came down with COVID-19 at the Bronx Zoo in New York. A 4-year-old female Malayan Tiger named Nadia, was the first animal in the United States to test positive for the virus, and the first tiger in the world to contract it. → Read More

DC-based restaurant group hopes to 'Food it Forward' during coronavirus pandemic

Restaurants are among the hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak, with many forced to lay off scores of employees as they transition to carry-out only or close entirely. → Read More

Montgomery County announces $25 Million in emergency assistance

Montgomery County is offering help for businesses struggling amid the coronavirus outbreak, announcing $25 million in emergency assistance. → Read More

School buses among creative methods used to deliver food amid coronavirus

With school districts shuttered across the nation, many students and their families are struggling to get food on the table. → Read More

Hospitals ramp up efforts to address potential flood of patients amid coronavirus outbreak

As the number of coronavirus cases continues to grow, hospitals are ramping up efforts to address a potential flood of patients. → Read More

Miracle pup: Dog reunited with family after nearly dying in Fairfax County house fire

A Northern Virginia family was reunited with their beloved dog Friday, after their home was destroyed by fire a week ago. → Read More

Human remains found in Fredericksburg: sheriff's office

Officials are asking for the public’s help to identify human skeletal remains found in Fredericksburg. → Read More

Maryland biotech firm anticipates coronavirus vaccine in three months

As the number of novel coronavirus cases surpassed 20,000 worldwide Monday, the rush is on to develop drugs to treat it and prevent further spread. Gaithersburg, Maryland-based biotechnology firm Novavax is among them. → Read More

Fairfax County bakery manager accused of sexually assaulting woman with special needs

A bakery manager in Fairfax County is facing a felony sexual assault charge against a developmentally disabled woman. → Read More

Alexandria residents fight church expansion on West Braddock Road

A proposed church expansion on West Braddock Road in Alexandria is raising concern among neighbors who are taking their fight to the City Council. → Read More

Watchdog finds widespread evidence of 'forever chemicals' in drinking water

A watchdog group is raising the alarm after finding widespread evidence of dangerous substances lurking in our drinking water. The Environmental Working Group took 44 samples from 31 states and Washington D.C., finding per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in all but one of them. → Read More

Virginia Democrat says death threats ahead of gun-rights rally will force him into safe house

Del. Lee Carter, a Democrat from Manassas, will spend Monday in a safe house after he said he received death threats ahead of a rally that’s expected to draw crowds of gun activists to Virginia’s capital. → Read More

Here's how to help Australia: Rescue and recovery groups seek donations for animals impacted by Australia wildfires

As the devastating bushfires tear through Australia, the country’s animals are among those being severely impacted. → Read More