Stephanie Ramirez, wusa9

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Past articles by Stephanie:

Second DC resident IDed among those killed aboard Ethiopian Airlines flight

World Bank identifies victim as climate-change champion Max Edkins, 35, headed to summit in Nairobi, Kenya → Read More

Mother of 14-year-old daughter on her murderer's early prison release: Where is the justice?

Nia Owens was brutally murdered, sexually assaulted on her way to school in 1996. Her killer was caught nearly 14 years after, and is set to get out of jail early. → Read More

'I've never seen anything like this'

A Rhode Islander was surprised watching her first Congressional hearing in a D.C. bar. → Read More

Va. woman believes she was the target of an unprovoked, racist attack

'He’s just saying the same thing over and over: Do you think you’re better than everybody? Do you think you’re better?' → Read More

Montgomery County is out of snow days. Is your county?

At least one area school district is now making changes to it's 2018-2019 calendar. MCPS is out of snow days with a storm headed for us on Wednesday. → Read More

'I’ll walk with u' | Urbana football player reaches out to bullied middle schooler

A viral video of a 13-year-old boy being bullied broke hearts. A message a high school football player sent after, is hoping to mend some. → Read More

Two newborns and a search for the dad: the latest drama inside a beloved DC Eagles' nest

The Earth Conservation Corps is asking people to keep an eye out for missing male Eagle, Justice. → Read More

Union members hold silent protest in DC demanding answers about back pay

The 35-minute protest symbolized the 35 days of government shutdown → Read More

Gov. Northam 'indentured servants' comment not entirely wrong

A Howard University expert weighs-in on this point in history and what really happened to the first Africans to land in Virginia. → Read More

53 'Dreamers' win big at the Grammys

More than 50 "Dreamers" collaborated on John Daversa's "American Dreamers, Voices of Hope, Music of Freedom" album. → Read More

SOTU guest warns president: 'I’ll end up on somebody’s couch' if a shutdown happens again

A furloughed contractor is taking her government shutdown protest to the 2019 State of the Union Address. → Read More

Reports: "D.C. Antifa leader" arrested in the Philadelphia attack on 2 Marines

A reported “Antifa leader” is the third suspect to be arrested in the Philadelphia attack on two Marines last November. → Read More

Go-Go star ready to say goodbye after 30+ years

DC-native and Go-Go star Donnell Floyd announced he's retiring from the genre. → Read More

DC saw more than half the murders NYC saw in 2018

DC Police Chief Peter Newsham plans to announce even more crime prevention measures as the homicide wave from last year pushes into 2019. → Read More

DC group pumps-up support for furloughed moms during government shutdown

Whether through stress or through lack of access to care, this impasse could have a huge impact on some of the youngest Americans: the furloughed workers’ babies. → Read More

DC Police investigating at least 5 'Jexit' incidents since at least December

DC Police are working closely with the Anti-Defamation League to investigate what appears to be multiple anti-Semitic graffiti messages spray-painted in NE DC. → Read More

DC officials race to find the homeless during Hypothermia Alert

DC DHS members are asking the public to keep an eye-out for anyone homeless or in need of help as temperatures are expected to drop into the low teens Sunday night. → Read More

Virginia woman says President Trump turned her into a professional (unpaid) protester

The woman behind the lit-up letters seen outside of the White House tells WUSA 9 why she started created them. → Read More

Heavy snow meant chaos on busy side roads in Prince George's County, Maryland

Maryland State Police Spokesperson Elena Russo said Troopers responded to 197 crashes across the state from 7 p.m. Saturday to 3 p.m. Sunday. → Read More

Children over cannabis, church protesters say new site breaks law in PG Co.

Local church congregation protest a medical marijuana dispensary site expected to open next door. → Read More