Evan Koslof, wusa9

Evan Koslof


Washington, DC, United States

Contact Evan

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • wusa9

Recent articles by Evan:

'Incredibly exciting' or a 'give-away'; The debate around the Taxi-To-Rail pilot in DC

The Taxi-To-Rail program is offering subsidized taxi rides to residents and visitors of Wards 7 and 8. But not everyone is on board with the plan. → Read More

6 new murals are on the way to DC. Here's where you can find them

Across DC, there are hundreds of murals beautifying the present, and celebrating the past. Now six more are on the way, sponsored by the city. → Read More

Protected two-way bike lanes pose higher risk, study shows

IIHS visited emergency rooms in D.C., New York City, and Portland. The group interviewed a total of 604 bicyclists at hospitals, after they encountered crashes. → Read More

Detention center for migrant children proposed in DC

The details are sparse, but local leaders are already speaking out against proposals to bring a detention center for migrant children in D.C. → Read More

Her parents were told she might not be able to walk. Now she's golfing... and dancing

Seven years ago, the parents of Reece Leggitt, were unsure if she would walk. Now she is golfing, tap-dancing, and living a normal life. She is now giving back. → Read More

Bet $100 on Joe Biden, win $1,000 if he wins; Here's how 'political betting' works

It's kind of like betting on a sports game. But instead of choosing a football team or basketball squad, you choose a presidential candidate. → Read More

There are 91 Metro Stations in the system; Meet the man who visited all of them

Some people collect state-quarters. Others fill their bucket list with visits to state parks or sports stadiums. Justin Hague, collected photos of Metro stations. → Read More

'Here we go again' | Irainian-Americans reflect on the latest crisis

In news coverage about the budding crisis in Iran, politicians and military leaders are the focus. But the voices of ordinary Iranian-Americans often go unheard. → Read More

What not to do at presidential debates

With the debates getting underway on Wednesday, WUSA9 is taking a look back at some of the biggest gaffes in debate history. → Read More

'This is the kind of thing that leads to war' | Sen. Kaine calls for de-escalation after Iran shoots down US drone

Kaine says he attributes much of the blame for rising tensions on President Trump's 'Maximum Pressure' campaign. → Read More

This shuttle has no driver, is made from a 3D printer, and you can ride it this summer

It's like a scene out of a Sci-Fi movie. In National Harbor, an autonomous shuttle named Olli has started making it's rounds, without a driver at the wheel. → Read More

This is why they fight | Meet the parents of Brian Davis, who was shot and killed 3 years ago

It's been almost three years since Brian Davis was shot. His parents were once paralyzed by grief. Now they're on a mission to end gun violence. → Read More

Could a monorail be the answer for I-270? One Montgomery County developer thinks so

Like many in the region, Montgomery County developer Bob Eisinger has become accustomed to long waits on I-270. Unlike many though, he's made it his mission to try and fix the problem. His solution is new: a monorail. → Read More

Dockless scooters as getaway vehicles? Welcome to 2019

It keeps happening. Criminals are using electric scooters to flee faster after committing crimes. Here's what the scooter companies are saying about it → Read More

'At a glance, it does look ridiculous'

MaryAlyce Torpy, an Alexandria-based therapist, says many of her patients are skeptical at first of her innovative therapy approach and even call it "black magic." But Torpy says hundreds of her patients have gotten the help they needed because of it. → Read More

The High Escape: You can rent '420 friendly' places in DC

Ever since the legalization of recreational use of marijuana in 2014, entrepreneurs in D.C. have been popping up to take advantage. That includes a growing number of people, who are creating "420-friendly" rentals, that they post on websites like AirBNB. → Read More

The history of tariffs: From prevalence to irrelevance to resurgence

Tariffs are having a moment right now. After decades of being avoided as an economic policy in the United States, the tax on imports are back on the rise. Have we been here before? We decided to look back at the history of tariffs in America. → Read More

Meet the 10-year-old who is not a boy or a girl: 'I am who I am'

Xander Martin is a lot like any other 10-year-old. The Bowie native likes to read, play with animals, and climb fences. But this pre-teen is also non-binary, meaning Xander doesn't identify as either a boy or a girl. Now Xander wants you to understand what this means. → Read More

She was harassed on the Metro; Now she tells survivors' stories

Margaret Wroblewski tells the stories of victims of sexual harassment and sexual assault on mass transit. It's a story she knows all too well. → Read More

OPINION: Our democracy was attacked

Obstruction, collusion, coordination -- finding the truth on these investigations matter. But we shouldn't be so blinded by this, that we miss what's perhaps the bigger picture: Our democracy was attacked. → Read More