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Mark Segraves


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Past articles by Mark:

‘23 Fewer Meals a Month': Pandemic-Era SNAP Benefits Ending in DC Region

Benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in the D.C. area are expected to decrease Wednesday. → Read More

Headless Body Found in Backyard of DC Home; Resident in Custody, Sources Say

A man found a headless body in the backyard of his Washington, DC home in Brookland, then later confessed he murdered the victim and dismembered the body. → Read More

DC to Get New 911 Director

D.C.’s 911 call system will get a new director, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced on Friday. Heather McGaffin will take over as the acting director for the Office of Unified Communications. → Read More

Crews Begin Cleaning Up Hundreds of Tires Dumped in Anacostia Park

The National Park Service has begun cleaning up a pile of hundreds of tires that were discovered dumped in Anacostia Park. → Read More

DC Council Overrides Mayor's Veto of Criminal Code Changes

The D.C. Council voted Tuesday to override Mayor Muriel Bowser’s veto of a massive overhaul to the city’s criminal code. → Read More

‘Very Happy': Nun Celebrates 75 Years of Service in Prince William County

At 93, Sister Andrea Verchuck credits her faith, work ethic and desire to be happy with keeping her feeling and acting young. → Read More

DC Police Search for Thieves Who Stole Cars From Ruth's Chris Valet

Police are looking for two thieves who broke into a valet’s key box outside a D.C. restaurant and stole the keys to three luxury cars. → Read More

New DC Officer Is Third Generation Police

One of the newest members of the Metropolitan Police Department comes from a long line of officers. → Read More

DC Council Passes Bill Making Metrobus Rides in DC Free

The D.C. Council unanimously passed a bill making Metrobuses operating in the District free to riders. → Read More

DC Mayor Requests National Guard's Help for US-Africa Leaders Summit

President Joe Biden has approved a request from Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser for the National Guard’s assistance during next week’s U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. → Read More

Battle Brews Over Leadership of DC 911 Call Center

D.C.’s mayor and some members of the D.C. Council are divided over who should lead D.C.’s 911 call center. → Read More

DC Releases Draft of Plan to Address Racial Inequity

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser released a draft plan to address the problems created by racial inequities in the District. → Read More

Blues Alley Reopening Week After Fire

Georgetown jazz club Blues Alley will reopen Tuesday a week after it was damaged by fire. → Read More

Electric Shuttle Service Coming to DC's Wharf

Getting to and from The Wharf has been a challenge for drivers, with Maine Avenue overcrowded and parking costs as high as $60 a day. In 2021, more than 7 million people visited phase one of the development and the second phase recently opened. → Read More

DC Deputy Mayor for Public Safety Out After Assault Charge, Scrutiny Over Residency: Sources

D.C.’s deputy mayor for public safety, who faced questions about where he lives after he was charged with assault in Virginia, is out after a meeting with Mayor Muriel Bowser, according to multiple sources. → Read More

‘Exciting': The Wharf's Phase 2 Opens on Five-Year Anniversary

After years in the making, the final phase of The Wharf, in Southwest Washington, D.C. opens Wednesday. News4’s Mark Segraves has a preview of the new waterfront development. → Read More

DC Deputy Mayor Accused of Assault After Car Door Dispute

A D.C. deputy mayor is accused of assault after a clash outside a gym in Arlington, Virginia, over a car door, authorities say and NBC Washington is first to report. → Read More

New Metro HQ to Reduce Transit Agency's Costs

Metro celebrated the opening of its new headquarters in Southwest D.C. Thursday, which will help the transit agency save millions of dollars over time. → Read More

DC's First Lidl Grocery Store Opens in Southeast

D.C.’s first Lidl grocery store is opening in Ward 7 on Wednesday. It is the first full-service grocery store to open in the area in over a decade. → Read More

Amazon to Develop Hundreds of Affordable Housing Units in DC

Amazon is teaming up with local developers to create hundreds of affordable housing units in the Washington, D.C., region. The mega retailer has hired a dozen local developers to provide more than 1,500 units of housing, mostly in the District. Many of them will be close to Metro stations. One such development is near the Congress Heights station in Southeast…. → Read More