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Past articles by Bob:

DC summer camp sign up switching to lottery system for more 'equitable' process

Changes are coming to the way families will be signing their kids up for summer camp this year in the District. → Read More

Virgin Mary statue stolen from Darnestown church recovered by Bethesda house of worship

A statue of the Virgin Mary that was stolen from outside a Montgomery County church earlier this month has been recovered by a nearby house of worship. → Read More

Over a dozen discarded ATMs discovered in DC creek

A bizarre mystery is unfolding in the District after more than a dozen ATMs were discovered discarded in a creek. → Read More

Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj to run for reelection

Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney Buta Biberaj is announcing her campaign for reelection. → Read More

New speed cameras placed in Fairfax County aim to reduce car accidents

A new series of speed cameras are going live in Fairfax County on Friday in eight school zones across the county. → Read More

Maryland Board of Public Works approves $400 million for Blue Line Corridor project

Maryland Governor Wes Moore and other top officials have greenlighted the long-awaited Blue Line Corridor project. → Read More

March for Life 2023: Preparations, street closures in DC ahead of anti-abortion rally

Preparations are underway in the nation's capital for Friday's March for Life rally. → Read More

MLK's life and legacy honored in DC

People across the D.C. region and across the nation honored the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday. → Read More

Investigation after DC mom unable to locate son with autism after school amid bus driver shortages

Officials say an investigation will be conducted after the mother of a 6-year-old boy with autism says she was unable to locate him after school Monday in an issue that appears to stem from ongoing bus driver staffing shortages that are affecting D.C.'s Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE). → Read More

LCPS sexual assaults probe: Trial date set for spokesman; Ex-superintendent files motion to dismiss charges

Suspended Loudoun County Public Schools spokesperson Wayde Byard appeared in court Thursday after being indicted following an investigation into the school system's response to two sexual assaults committed by a student in 2021, as the county's former Superintendent Scott Ziegler is filing a motion to dismiss charges against him. → Read More

Metro budget proposal could bring big changes to transit system

Big changes could be coming to Metro after new General Manager Randy Clarke unveiled his first budget proposal. → Read More

US Capitol Christmas Tree arrival marks beginning of holiday season in DC

The Christmas season has officially arrived at the U.S. Capitol! The U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree pulled in bright and early Friday morning. → Read More

Bob Barnard marks 25 years at FOX 5

Reporter Bob Barnard marked a special milestone in his career this week when he celebrated 25 years at FOX 5. → Read More

UVA Shooting: Accused gunman Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. scheduled for Wednesday court hearing

The man accused of shooting and killing three University of Virginia football players is expected to appear before a judge Wednesday. Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., 22, is facing three counts of second-degree murder and firearms charges in connection with the brutal killings of Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr., and D'Sean Perry. Authorities say Jones Jr. gunned down the three student-athletes… → Read More

Veterans Day tributes across the DC region honor those who served

Veterans Day tributes are taking place across the D.C. region to honor those who have served. → Read More

Virginia Bear Sightings: What to do if you see a bear and ways to keep them off your property

Northern Virginia black bear sightings are becoming a little too close for comfort this year! → Read More

"Mr. Police, call me God:" Exploring how the police used the media to communicate with the DC Snipers

In this episode of our true crime podcast series, we examine the meaning behind a growing stash of evidence being collected at the crime scenes that was left behind by the elusive snipers. → Read More

Washington Capitals begin new season against Bruins Wednesday at Capital One Arena

Excitement is in the air at Capital One Arena as the Washington Capitals prepare to get their new season started! → Read More

Montgomery County developing comprehensive flood management plan

Montgomery County is developing a comprehensive flood management plan. → Read More

DC lawmakers vote to end right turns at red lights; making ‘Idaho Stop’ legal

D.C. Council passed the No Turn on Red bill unanimously Tuesday afternoon. → Read More