Lorenzo Hall, wusa9

Lorenzo Hall

wusa9

Washington, DC, United States

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  • wusa9
Past:
  • KARE 11
  • firstcoastnews.com
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • FOX 61

Recent articles by Lorenzo:

March For Our Lives students slept in VA lawmakers offices ahead of Lobby Day

Delegates snuck the students into offices the night before the gun rights rally to allow students to safely voice their views on gun violence to lawmakers → Read More

Police: Prince George's County man in custody stole and crashed a police car while handcuffed

Hakim managed to lock the door, get in the driver’s seat and speed off. → Read More

Grandmother who raced back into burning house to save her 2-year-old grandson is out of ICU

Edwina Caviness-Bey is still in the hospital after a Jan. 5 fire destroyed her home, but she is out of the ICU. → Read More

DC wants VA to pass stricter gun laws to protect DC residents

Mayor Bowser said 41% of the illegal guns collected in D.C. come from Virginia. → Read More

Grandmother races back into burning building to save 2-year-old grandson

Though the family is lucky to all be alive, they lost everything in the blaze. Neighbors rallied quickly and donated everything from school supplies to toiletries. → Read More

DOJ pursues death penalty against MS-13 gang member in Virginia

While there were a dozen men charged in connection with the murders, the DOJ is seeking a death penalty sentence for only Elmer Martinez. → Read More

15-year-old Maurice Scott's killer was never caught. He's one of many victims of unsolved murders

There are 81 unsolved homicides in DC this year, including this 15-year-old's twin brother's murder. → Read More

‘He was killed because of his race’

Hate crimes are some of the only offenses where prosecutors have to prove motive. → Read More

Over 140 high-tech surveillance cameras are about to be installed in DC to help limit violence

'These cameras have been extremely beneficial in closing cases,' Police Chief Newsham said at a Monday press conference. → Read More

Changes ahead for Prince George's County schools after teacher, student fight

The Prince George’s County Public School teacher accused of fighting a student last week was released from jail Monday. → Read More

The Supreme Court will begin hearing oral arguments on DACA

Dreamers camped outside of the Supreme Court Monday night. → Read More

The Trump administration owes DC millions and it's impacting security at local events like the World Series

DC's security fund was in the red by more than $6 million at the end of 2018, and the Trump administration never settled its $7.3 million inauguration tab in 2017. → Read More

Navy Yard neighborhood changes through the years

The Navy Yard area is only 65 percent built out, According to the Capitol Riverfront Business Improvement District. → Read More

DC parishioners embroiled in David vs. Goliath legal battle with pastor

Even on a simmering Sunday morning, members of Rhema Christian Center in Northeast D.C., are still having services outdoors. → Read More

Fired for being gay? The Supreme Court will decide if it's legal

The justices will hear three cases involving plaintiffs who claim they were fired because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. → Read More

DC leaders announcing new efforts to address city's soaring murder rate

As of Monday night, 131 people have been killed in the District. The most recent, a 19-year-old man in Northwest, who died late Sunday night. → Read More

'Membership is paid for by the blood of our children'

'I learned of his death on Facebook,' Dawn Thomas said, when talking about her son who was killed in the District. → Read More

'I am going to kill you. I hate transgender females'

'He found her again on the street and went up to her and pulled a gun out and put a gun to her head and put a gun to her stomach,' Mendez said through a translator. → Read More

New LGBTQ Wellness Center opens in Southeast, DC

'Many gay people. Gay, bisexual and trans people had to leave Southeast because people were not ready to accept LGBT people,' Corado said. → Read More

DC statehood opponent plans to testify Thursday

'The District of Columbia is not and was never meant to be a real state,' Pilon said. → Read More