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Past articles by John:

Report: DC billionaire will bid to buy Commanders

On Thursday, ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter tweeted DC billionaire Mitchell Rales has formed a partnership with Miami businessman, Josh Harris, to buy the team. → Read More

Driver speeds by school bus, almost hits Maryland mother and kids

The incident happened along Addison Road, near Pine Grove Road, in Capitol Heights, shortly before 8 am, Friday, security camera video shows. → Read More

Prince George's city approves new renter protections as county considers similar bills

The Mt. Rainier City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to create a new rent cap as well as a rent stabilization board. → Read More

DC Health shuts down one of District’s most popular pools

Inspectors found nine critical violations at the Wilson Aquatic Center in DC’s Tenleytown neighborhood. → Read More

National Park Service clears sprawling McPherson Square encampment, 2 people arrested

The encampment was one of the largest for people experiencing homelessness in D.C. → Read More

‘Will Always Love You’ | Family, friends honor slain Metro worker at funeral

Robert Cunningham, 64, of Montgomery County, died two weeks ago after he tried to wrestle a gun away from a man’s hands at the Potomac Avenue Metro Station. → Read More

Kia, Hyundai thefts made up one-third of DC's stolen cars in early January, police say

Those two brands accounted for 31 percent of all stolen cars in DC through the first three weeks of the year, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. → Read More

Metro passengers reunite after deadly shooting

Maryland resident Shante Trumpet helped remove a gun from an attacker's hands at the Potomac Avenue station. Another Metro customer said she saved lives. → Read More

Two schools in Northeast DC placed on lockdown after teen found shot nearby, police say

Houston Elementary and Rob Brown High were placed on lockdown Friday. → Read More

Arlington man raises thousands to send students with disabilities to Disney World

Dr. Dennis Edelbrock's GoFundMe campaign has already raised more than $23,000. → Read More

DC children propose solutions to violence at 'Youth Summit'

Young people got an opportunity to directly discuss community concerns with D.C. leaders and push for change. → Read More

'Our community is grieving' | DC teacher dies after LAPD tases him multiple times during arrest

Keenan Anderson, who taught at Digital Pioneers Academy, was in Los Angeles to visit his family last week, according to the school. → Read More

DC councilmembers will override Mayor Bowser's veto of criminal code

Bowser vetoed the measure last week because she felt more community discussion was needed prior to changing the criminal code. → Read More

COVID subvariant surges across US, DC region

Omicron subvariant XBB 1.5 now makes up 28 percent of all COVID cases in the Mid-Atlantic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Protection. → Read More

Groups plan events to remember Jan. 6 at Capitol

Multiple groups are gathering in DC to remember the events of Jan. 6 on Friday. → Read More

Governor Youngkin's abortion ban proposal has opposing Virginia Democrats fired up

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin unveiled the abortion measures in his budget proposal for the upcoming year on Thursday. → Read More

Owner of City Winery says Ivy City location has become 'unsafe for our staff and patrons'

The CEO and owner of City Winery says its Ivy City location will close January 1, 2023 due to crime making the venue unsafe for its employees and patrons. → Read More

DC Council announces plans for free Metro bus service, overnight bus rides

The DC Council announced two major additions to a new plan to encourage more D.C. residents to use Metro’s bus services including free rides and late night service. → Read More

DC area non-profits ask for support as demand for assistance grows

Inflation and covid-related financial challenges are leading more people to ask for assistance. → Read More

World Cup brings big crowds to DC area bars, restaurants

One bar said it's seen its customer base increase threefold on match days. → Read More