Delia Goncalves, wusa9

Delia Goncalves

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Washington, DC, United States

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

Recent articles by Delia:

Local men start 'Books with Brothers' to encourage reading

Montgomery County natives spread love of reading to black boys and girls. → Read More

Karon Brown's friends and family get trip to Six Flags

A mom is trying to help a group of preteens from Southeast DC take their minds off the murder of their friend Karon Brown. → Read More

Second grader's book makes it to Library of Congress

A young black boy hopes to expand children's vocabulary with his best-selling book about walking dictionaries. → Read More

A formerly homeless man will be getting a free home makeover thanks to this DC business owner

Rebecca Margao owns Capitol Hill furniture and connected with Phil Colbert through Pathways to Housing DC. She offered help make his new place feel more like home. → Read More

Maryland farmshare brings fresh produce and nutrition education to community

The Thursday farmshare is an offshoot of a school program teaching kids how to pick, cook and eat healthy vegetables. → Read More

DC Landlord sued for lead paint in apartment

SE DC Landlord reportedly lost her job and fell behind on bills, but now faces millions in fines. → Read More

First African-American and woman to lead Md. National Guard to retire

'You know the time is right when you feel things have aligned,' Major General Linda Singh said. → Read More

'My mentee is facing a murder charge' | DC man calls for more mentors to save kids from violence

ANC Commissioner says we need to focus intervention efforts on 10-12 year olds → Read More

'We did the right thing, but in the wrong way'

Developer talks about his role in gentrification and the new way of doing business in DC. → Read More

Man killed in Anacostia Barber Shop was trying to turn life around

Friends say he was involved in Violence Interrupters Program → Read More

DC Activists: Prayers and peace rallies aren't enough to stop the violence

Jones believes a public campaign to reinforce the message of life and stopping the violence should be the next step. → Read More

DC developers get away with breaking the law

Five more people left the agency after a scathing report from the Inspector General. → Read More

'She is the strongest person I know'

The road to salutatorian and a full ride to GW wasn’t easy for Saymiya, 17, but it was paved with a mother’s love, dreams and sacrifice. → Read More

DC native releases hip-hop call to action: 'Can't Lose the Soul'

DC hip-hop pioneer has joined the #DontMuteDC movement. → Read More

'I am so grateful' | DC police surprise teen with prom gifts and ride

Brandon Rapp is set to graduate Maya Angelou Public Charter School with a full scholarship to study Cyber Security and Defense at Barry University in Miami. → Read More

Prescribing food as medicine | Giant grocery store in Ward 8 aims to change health care

The pilot program through D.C. Greens has been extended to 2020. → Read More

'We can overcome our struggles no matter what'

The fashion line donates one-third of its proceeds to DC charities. → Read More

DC gentrification threatens black-owned bookstore, cafe near Howard University

Sankofa struggles to pay $30,000 in property taxes → Read More

'They always mess with young black men'

Surveillance video from the nearby bank shows Whitfield's car stopping at the entrance of the alley on U St. and pulling away when the crowd scattered. → Read More

'It's all about accountability' | DCRA insider calls it quits even though acting director says he can save agency

DCRA acting director says he can save the agency but a long-time agency insider and whistle blower is ready to move on. → Read More