Justin Wm. Moyer, Washington Post

Justin Wm. Moyer

Washington Post

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
Past:
  • chicagotribune.com
  • The Independent
  • The Boston Globe

Recent articles by Justin:

Woman charged with kidnapping after allegedly grabbing girl on Georgetown street

The girl fought back and escaped. → Read More

D.C. restaurant fined $7,000 after asking transgender woman for ID before letting her use bathroom

Cuba Libre must also train staff on D.C. laws regarding gender identity, the city’s attorney general said. → Read More

‘Anything we can do to help’: Businesses pitch in to aid federal workers during government shutdown

Chef José Andrés launched a relief kitchen. Others are offering discounts for haircuts, food and ice cream. → Read More

D.C. area utilities offer help to furloughed federal employees during shutdown

Some are waiving late fees and due dates. → Read More

Government shutdown creates a January slowdown for businesses trying to adapt

Not every business is hurting, but it seems all of them are trying to find a way through. → Read More

Hogan proposes $13 million plan to fight Baltimore violence

A new crime operations center would host elite state troopers, the governor said. → Read More

For older black men, a lifesaving push for more prostate cancer tests

This demographic group faces higher risks of the disease. “I think we are not doing justice to African Americans,” one doctor says. → Read More

Driver charged with traffic violation after fatal Virginia crash

An 87-year-old Woodbridge man injured in the crash died last month, authorities said. → Read More

Woman dies after being hit by drunk driver, police say

She was running in Loudoun County when she was struck, authorities said. → Read More

Three police cruisers stopped a suspected impaired driver. Then another motorist hit their cars.

No one was injured in the incident on I-270 in Maryland, authorities said. → Read More

Metro suspends rail service in part of D.C. for police investigation

Service was suspended because of a police investigation, authorities said. → Read More

Three children dead after crash in Prince George’s County

“There are no words to describe this crash except to say it is a tragedy,” a fire department spokesman said. → Read More

Three charged with murder after shooting in Prince George’s

The shooting was related to an illegal drug deal, police said. → Read More

Two arrested after fatal shooting in Prince George’s County

A man and woman fled to Delaware after allegedly killing a man in Seat Pleasant, police said. → Read More

Man charged with murder after fatal shooting in Prince George’s County

William Little is accused of killing Adam MacAdam II on Saturday, police said. → Read More

Maryland man charged with murder in June shooting

He killed another man in Prince George’s County, authorities said. → Read More

Arrest made after teenager is filmed in dressing room at Virginia mall, police say

Fairfax County police said there may be other victims and are asking for assistance. → Read More

‘They just violated us’: Anacostia Playhouse burglarized near Christmas

More than $1,700 worth of items were taken, as well as $500 in cash. → Read More

Virginia man accused of paying over $140,000 in bribes to D.C. human resources official

He was charged with wire fraud, mail fraud and bribery, prosecutors said. → Read More

Planned D.C. halfway house loses lease after resident concerns about housing former prisoners

The future of the 300-bed facility, once slated to open on New York Avenue, is uncertain. → Read More