Lorenzo Hall, wusa9

Lorenzo Hall


Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Lorenzo:

ACLU of Maryland demands police reform in Prince George's County

County Executive Angela Alsobrooks said she continues to look broadly at ways to improve the department, as the Police Reform Work Group continues to work. → Read More

DC man using pop-up fitness classes to change his community

In some DC neighborhoods, there’s a movement underway. → Read More

'Keep kids active and off the streets': Why one DC teacher is asking for bikes and helmets

Alex Clark is a physical education teacher at Dunbar High School, and he created DunbarStrong, as an alternative for students cooped up inside during the pandemic. → Read More

KINGS 101: At this DMV school, Black history is taught all year

At Statesmen College Preparatory Academy, the KINGS 101 curriculum puts Black history at the forefront of learning. → Read More

DC Police work to build community trust amid calls to 'defund the police'

Without flashing light or crime scene tape, there’s a special group of DC police officers canvassing city neighborhoods to build trust. → Read More

DC records more than 100 murders, police chief says it's 'disturbing'

Despite 2019 being the deadliest year D.C. had recorded in a decade, the city's homicide rate is now up by nearly 26% from this time last year. → Read More

July 4 preparations underway in DC, despite pandemic

The National Park Service said, normally, tens of thousands of people would gather for the festivities. → Read More

'This is a battle' Remembering COVID-19 victims on Memorial Day

In a Rockville neighborhood, it looked and sounded like a usual Memorial Day celebration with people waving American flags as a bugler played, “Taps.” → Read More

Casa de Maryland helps immigrant families get essentials

Grocery deliveries have been made to more than 2,000 immigrant families thanks to Casa de Maryland, who also helps with contact tracing after a virus diagnosis. → Read More

COVID-19 patients in Maryland hospitals decrease, but staff still overwhelmed

The Chief Medical Officer at Prince George’s Hospital Center said they are still treating more than 100 COVID-19 patients, while also treating chronic illnesses. → Read More

Some Virginia restaurant owners don't feel ready to reopen

Even though his restaurants are outside Northern Virginia, Shawn Moss says he may not reopen just yet, to try and prevent the spread of the virus from hotspots. → Read More

Police: More DC murders linked to drug deals during pandemic

The number of people killed in D.C. so far in 2020 is at 53, on par with this time in 2019 when there were 54 homicides. → Read More

PPE destined for Northern Virginia swiped by FEMA, officials say

The Loudoun County government was expecting to receive 30,000 N95 respirators but said they were outbid for the order by FEMA. → Read More

Northern Virginia nurses honored with food delivery from Westwood Country Club

A Northern Virginia country club has pledged to deliver 1,250 meals to local hospitals as well as the Vienna Police and Fire Departments. → Read More

No showering, reservations and temperature checks required when these gyms reopen

Area fitness centers have a lot to work out when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. → Read More

DC chefs cook 15,000 meals for front-line workers and those in need

Chefs working with restaurateur Erik Bruner-Yang's Power of 10 Initiative have made food for DC Fire and EMS, the National Children's Center and others. → Read More

Gov. Hogan announces $1.6M in grants to Maryland companies producing PPE

Through the emergency relief fund, companies are receiving grants of up to $100,000 to manufacture a wide array of PPE for Marylanders, officials say. → Read More

DC shelters struggle to stop the spread of COVID-19

District shelters like Casa Ruby, which serves LGBT individuals experiencing homelessness, say they're overwhelmed by the coroanvirus. → Read More

Holocaust survivor honors 33 family members taken to Auschwitz despite COVID-19 restrictions

Typically, Nat Shaffir, would volunteer at the museum to remember the lives lost, including his own family members. → Read More

Here's how DC's medical examiner is responding to COVID-19

"We all say we hope tomorrow is the last day," Dr. Mitchell says. → Read More