Delia Goncalves, wusa9

Delia Goncalves

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Washington, DC, United States

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  • wusa9
Past:
  • 13News Now
  • NBC Charlotte
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • 10 News Tampa Bay
  • 13WMAZ News
  • DelmarvaNow!

Recent articles by Delia:

High rate of COVID-19 in children 'unexpected,' says Alexandria Health Department

The Health Department said cases among children under 12 are on the rise. → Read More

VERIFY: Is it true Maryland and Virginia drivers don't face penalties for unpaid DC camera tickets?

It's true, Maryland and Virginia drivers don’t face penalties in their state for unpaid DC camera tickets. → Read More

'It couldn't have happened on a worse day' | Power struggle in Alexandria after electrical outage during Art on the Avenue

The mayor of Alexandria is demanding more reliable service from Dominion Energy. → Read More

Maryland woman returns to sober house to get married

Just as Kevin Simmers and his wife Dana ushered Hughes into sobriety, they both stood beside her in her wedding party as she exchanged vows. → Read More

'It's very time-consuming' | Who's doing COVID contact tracing in schools?

Our sources were Public schools in Fairfax County, Arlington, Alexandria City, DC and Prince George’s County as well as the Montgomery County Health Department. → Read More

Alexandria invests $100M for affordable housing ahead of Amazon HQ2

Advocates say the affordable housing plan isn't enough. → Read More

Entire DC middle school quarantined due to COVID case

DCPS says 95 students at Leckie Education Campus were close contacts of one positive case. → Read More

Here's why the DMV has more severe thunderstorm warnings than the rest of the US

The National Weather Service has issued 516 warnings since January. → Read More

Alexandria Police see rise in burglaries and DWI arrests

According to the latest numbers, this crime trend is bad for business. → Read More

Schools adapting to Delta variant and updating testing, quarantine policies

Montgomery County and Fairfax County Public Schools are updating their COVID policy. → Read More

DC Firefighters push back against Mayor's vaccine mandate

Nearly half of all DCFEMS members are not vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Alexandria considers extending pandemic support to keep more businesses open

At an upcoming City Council meeting, the Alexandria planning commission will consider extending them until April 2022. → Read More

Washington DC Police officer on video punching man during arrest

The 45-second clip shows four officers surrounding a man pinned up against a fence by three of the officers. → Read More

'Expecting students will be anxious' | Tips to help kids get back into school routine after virtual learning

As schools across the DMV prepare to head back to in-person learning, some for the first time since March 2020, parents and kids alike will face a big adjustment. → Read More

50 DC middle schools launch app that could help with post-pandemic adjustments

7th graders at Two Rivers Public Charter School in Northeast learned to code in a month’s time and developed apps addressing concerns they faced during the pandemic. → Read More

DC families demand investment, low COVID cases to reopen schools

DCPS parents are demanding renovated buildings, more resources, technology, tutoring and programs in schools that parents say have a history of broken promises. → Read More

Vedo Hall shot and killed by DC Police neighbors reaction

Vedo Hall, 26, was shot and killed by an MPD officer after authorities say he was holding a rifle outside the Congress Heights Metro station on Monday afternoon. → Read More

DC auditor report finds police acted 'recklessly and without a plan' in shooting death of Deon Kay

The D.C. Auditor released a report, saying the fatal police shooting of Deon Kay was justifiable, but the officers' actions leading up to that moment were reckless. → Read More

'We need economic growth with guardrails'

The DC Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve amendments to the current Comprehensive Plan. → Read More

Court documents share further insight behind DC 2-month-old's disappearance

Ladonia Boggs faced a judge Saturday and is charged with felony murder and tampering with evidence amid her 2-month-old son's disappearance. → Read More