Justin Wm. Moyer, Washington Post

Justin Wm. Moyer

Washington Post

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Past articles by Justin:

T-shirt asking ‘What’s more punk rock than the public library?’ raises $100K for D.C. branch

A viral campaign is redefining a community resource typically associated with shushing. → Read More

After Annapolis tornado spawned by Hurricane Ida, recovery efforts begin

The District and surrounding areas were pounded with thunderstorms that began early Wednesday and struck intermittently for more than 12 hours. → Read More

Transgender inmate sues Va. women’s prison to have breasts removed

In the lawsuit, Jason Yoakam alleges cruel and unusual punishment. → Read More

Loaded gun seized at Dulles International Airport, officials say

It was the 10th handgun seized by officials at the airport this year. Nineteen were seized in 2019. → Read More

A Black-owned casino bets on a Black neighborhood in the former capital of the Confederacy

Alfred C. Liggins III, CEO of Urban One, is a referendum away from bringing gaming to Richmond. → Read More

D.C.’s ‘Skid Row-type thing’: Homeless encampments grow amid pandemic

City is divided on what to do about the increasing number of chronically homeless people living in tents. → Read More

D.C. inmates reported lack of access to coronavirus tests, medical care as pandemic unfolded, report says

A watchdog survey in the early days of the pandemic found 4 out of 5 respondents had not been tested for the coronavirus. → Read More

Virginia man with loaded gun tried to board flight at Reagan National on Friday, authorities say

It was the sixth such incident in the last eight days, officials said. → Read More

Metrorail oversight board criticizes transit agency for response to safety incidents

A federal board tasked with overseeing Metrorail safety faulted the transit agency Tuesday for its response to a number of rail incidents in the past year, including the deaths of two people struck by trains. → Read More

KKK fliers found in Northern Virginia, authorities say

The fliers were left at homes, but there was no indication anyone was targeted, according to officials. → Read More

Report faults D.C. psychiatric hospital, city oversight after patient’s death

Advocates say the city must provide better oversight of the Psychiatric Institute of Washington. → Read More

Southbound Rockville Pike closed after water main break

The break occurred during Thursday's rush hour. → Read More

D.C. homeless provider at center of lawsuits over taxes, building’s structural integrity

At least three lawsuits surround SOME’s Conway Center — including one that an affiliate of the nonprofit filed against the District. → Read More

Pedestrian struck and killed by vehicle in Fairfax County

The incident happened along South Kings Highway. → Read More

Five former students allege sexual assault, misconduct at Lutheran school near Baltimore

The school faces a barrage of lawsuits in federal court alleging administrators ignored a culture of sexual misconduct. → Read More

Rolling to Remember — and street closures — coming to D.C. this Memorial Day weekend

Thousands of motorcycles will be in the nation’s capital this holiday weekend as part of an annual event to honor those killed in war or missing in action. → Read More

U.S. Capitol Police officer injured, driver arrested after crash near Mall

The driver of a van involved in the crash was arrested, police said. → Read More

65-year-old woman fatally shot in Southeast Washington

D.C. police found Ella-Mae Neal suffering from an apparent gunshot wound Wednesday evening. → Read More

A 3-year-old boy dies of wounds suffered in Maryland shooting

The boy was one of two children shot in a 24-hour period in Prince George’s County. → Read More

Secret Service says it will conduct drone flights in D.C. region for the rest of May

“It is standard practice for the Secret Service to work in conjunction with the FAA and other federal, state and local partners to accomplish our protective mission,” the agency said in a statement. → Read More