Megan Rivers, wusa9

Megan Rivers

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Washington, DC, United States

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Neighbors from Rock Creek Woods Apartments living in hotels after flooding

Some people living in the Rock Creek Woods Apartments woke up to their apartments filled with water on September 1. Now many fear returning to their homes. → Read More

Their 3-year-old daughter died suddenly from undiagnosed diabetes. Now this Maryland family hopes to help others

Ailish Calloway died within 36 hours of Type 1 diabetes diagnosis. Her family hopes sharing their story will help others see signs they didn't. → Read More

If you have an outstanding warrant in DC, you can safely surrender yourself via video

On July 16 to 17, 2021, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., D.C. will host virtual court for people who have misdemeanor bench warrants. → Read More

The American Red Cross experiencing severe blood shortage

If you’ve contracted the coronavirus in the past, you’re still able to donate blood. → Read More

Maryland's state tax deadline is approaching. Here's what you need to know

Many states extended the filing deadline to May for the pandemic, but Maryland was the only state in the country to extend the filing deadline all the way to July. → Read More

Virginia teen participates in Novavax COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial

One Virginia family is a part of that trial, after some reluctance with some parents when it comes to their children getting the vaccine. → Read More

Congress Park woman overcomes life's hurdles, graduates from Howard Law School

For Alexis Hawkins, the stroll down memory lane tells a story of a unique childhood. → Read More

DMV seeing the return of intramural sports

"The energy you get from being around people has been immensely life changing,” Yvesner Zamar said. → Read More

Montgomery County posts 20 miles per hour speed limits on some streets as part of pilot program

“Despite lower travel volumes during the pandemic motor vehicle fatalities increased 6.4% in 2020,” Daphnis said. → Read More

DC nightclub ditches night life to become restaurant following COVID-19 economic impact

The Park at 14th has been one of the premiere destination spots for an upscale club experience in D.C. → Read More

Non-profit raising money for Roosevelt High School students to get yearbooks

High school graduation season is upon us. For many seniors, it might be their last time to connect with their classmates after distance learning for more than a year → Read More

'Our Streets, Our Future' public safety, gun violence rally happening Tuesday

Prince George's County hosts Our streets, Our future at the City of Praise Ministries on Jericho City Drive in Landover. → Read More

DC man strives to be the best DJ despite visual challenges

DJ Double M is blind, but he doesn't let that stop him from making others feel good on the dance floor. → Read More

Crab prices at an all-time high across DMV

The price of everything seems to be on the rise and seafood is no exception. → Read More

13 mass vaccinations sites to remain open across Maryland

As of right now, the plan across the state of Maryland is to keep all 13 mass vaccination sites open and with shots available to anyone who wants them → Read More

Some businesses keeping delivery services while others opt out to focus on in-person service

“I'm having to balance, how long are guests going to wait in the restaurant for their food," Jennifer Meltzer said. → Read More

This DMV non-profit is hosting a creative chalk art therapy event

The “Express Yourself with Chalk Art” event is open to people of all ages. It begins at 2 p.m. and the chalk is being provided. → Read More

Lifetime Adoption agency offers options for families struggling with parenthood

All states and the District have Safe Haven laws, that’s when you can drop off a newborn to a fire or police station without questions being asked. → Read More

College friends form nonprofit giving free workouts, haircuts to young men

These friends are helping give kids a fresh cut and a dose of confidence. → Read More

Prince George's County Public Schools to begin reduction of some school investigators

PGCPS currently employs 211 security personnel, which includes 66 security personnel with arrest powers. → Read More