Marcella Robertson, wusa9

Marcella Robertson


Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Marcella:

Alexandria teens lead the way in COVID vaccinations in Virginia

Nearly 100% of people ages 12 to 15 in Alexandria have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine. → Read More

Mother of Maryland woman killed by police, pleading for answers 6 years later

Maryland Mother of Maryland woman killed by police, pleading for answers 6 years later There was a demonstration at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront on the sixth anniversary of India Kager's death. → Read More

DC health workers remember treating patients on 9/11. Here are their stories

Ten burn victims were brought to MedStar Washington Hospital Center after a plane slammed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. → Read More

Doula services, rides to appointments coming for expectant mothers in the District

Millions of dollars have been set aside in the upcoming budget for these proposed services to help reduce the maternal mortality rate in DC. → Read More

Metro Transit Police want to ban riders arrested for sex, gun offenses

The proposal would create a tier of bans for passengers arrested on sex or firearms offenses committed while on WMATA property. → Read More

Loudoun County votes to rename roads with confederate, segregationist ties

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted this week to move forward to change the name for at least 12 roads and buildings with confederate connection names. → Read More

OIG: Metro Transit Police failed to report victim complaints for years

The complaints include robbery, sexual offenses, kidnapping and other major crimes, according to the report. → Read More

Officials see increase in scammers posing as ICE agents, threatening deportation

Homeland Security Investigations officials are concerned about a 'dramatic' increase in scammers targeting non-citizens and the elderly. → Read More

Navy denies student scholarship based on autism diagnosis

Tory Ridgeway was accepted to Embry-Riddle University on a full NROTC Scholarship in April. In June, that scholarship was rescinded because of his autism diagnosis. → Read More

Pediatricians fear drop in routine vaccinations in kids could lead to outbreaks

A recent federal health report warned that routine vaccinations for diseases like measles and whooping cough in children dropped dramatically during the pandemic. → Read More

fertility clinics see jump in women interested in egg freezing

DMV area clinics have seen more women interested in taking control of their future, with some clinics having seen as much as a 50% increase over the last year. → Read More

Memorial Day travel: What to expect on the roads and at the airport

37 million people are expected to travel this Memorial Day weekend, according to AAA Travel. That is a big boost from last year's record-low numbers. → Read More

'It's almost like eBay'| Hot housing market has buyers in competitive bidding wars

A combination of working from home and record low interest rates created a market with a high demand and low supply → Read More

'He tells his friends he is saving the world'

Christian Mugera, 8, from Clarksburg, just received his first COVID-19 vaccine. He is part of the University of Maryland School of Medicine's vaccine trial. → Read More

Inside a COVID ICU, through a nurse's eyes

Dawn Beauchamp has worked at MedStar Washington Hospital Center for 13 years. She says her team has helped get her through the pandemic. → Read More

Mother-daughter nurse duo share special bond at Children's National Hospital

Rose and Hilary are both nurses at Children's National Hospital in DC. → Read More

Lowering speed limits on I-95 in Virginia to address congestion, crashes

Drivers can soon expect to see variable speed limits on I-95 northbound in Spotsylvania County. The speed limits will change based on real-time traffic information. → Read More

Nurses Appreciation Week: Mary Washington Hospital nurses

More than 100 million Americans have been vaccinated, but nurses are still treating patients that are as sick as they were at the start of the pandemic. → Read More

Development talks underway for 'retail graveyard' in Friendship Heights

development talks are underway for a stretch in Friendship Heights that has been called a retail graveyard. → Read More

Where does the conversation on police reform stand in DC?

An emergency police reform bill was passed quickly last summer after the death of George Floyd. What has happened since then? → Read More