John Henry, wusa9

John Henry

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Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by John:

Manassas Council allows sale of land used by baseball league

The Greater Manassas Baseball League (GMBL) says it has played games at the complex since 1957. → Read More

Prince George's family remembers fallen DC Special Police Officer

Special Police Officer Captain Angela Washington, 41, of Suitland, Md., was shot and killed Tuesday night in Southeast DC, according to DC Police. → Read More

Man arrested for killing, burying father in Falls Church, police say

Fairfax Police Chief Kevin Davis said that this case marks the 5th time a son has been arrested for killing a parent or sibling in Fairfax County in 2021. → Read More

Falls Church neighborhoods cleaning up after strong storms slam the area

Strong storms Tuesday evening knocked down trees and left thousands of people without power. → Read More

Montgomery County leaders to vote on new indoor mask mandate

The Montgomery County Board of Health will vote on the proposal during a special meeting Thursday. → Read More

Thieves steal cars, thousands of dollars worth of items from Bowie family

The incident happened at the Retreat at Fairwood subdivision, on Sunday, according to police. → Read More

As more people ditch their masks, summer colds increase across DC area

Local doctors say handwashing, mask wearing, and social distancing played a major role in keeping the spread of the cold at bay. → Read More

Montgomery County, DC Public Schools to require masks in class

Other school districts in region are still determining plans as to how they will hand mask usage in the future. → Read More

C.A.R.E. Team: Loudoun deputies respond to mental health calls in a new way

This summer, the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is using school resource officers to exclusively respond & follow up on mental health calls in a pilot program. → Read More

Vigil held for Missing Woman Emily Lu in Fairfax County

The vigil was held on the same day as Fairfax County Police announced a person of interest has been identified in her case. → Read More

These Maryland ZIP codes are falling behind in COVID-19 vaccinations, data shows

But some businesses and local leaders are working to encourage people to get a shot no matter what. → Read More

NE DC apartment AC unit fails, temperatures inside reach 90+ degrees

Sharell Dickerson says she has dealt with the problem in her unit for four years, but her landlord has never successfully resolved the issue. → Read More

DC homeowners want compensation after flying construction materials damage their property

Northeast DC resident Corey Hamilton said construction material from an unfinished condominium project landed on his porch and car during a storm last week. → Read More

This Maryland school's handbook prohibits braids, twists, cornrows or locks. Now, parents are concerned

A private Rockville school's handbook still says braids & twists are prohibited hairstyles for students even though officials say the rule is not being enforced. → Read More

Fireworks damage three cars in Southeast DC neighborhood

DC firefighters responded to a blaze on the 1800 block of T Place Southeast early Monday morning after fireworks heavily damaged three cars. → Read More

Questions surround Kennedy Street construction project after recent collapse

According to District officials, the property is owned by “Ralph Kennedy LLC” and “10Square Development." → Read More

As Virginia preps to legalize cannabis, questions surround seed giveaways

'The Great Commonwealth Cannabis Seed Share' will give away 10,000 free cannabis seeds to Virginians July 1, but some folks are curious about the event's legality. → Read More

Virginia legalizes cannabis next week, but seeds may be hard to come by

Under Virginia's new cannabis law, residents can grow up to four plants per household July 1. However, it will still be illegal to sell or buy cannabis seeds. → Read More

New effort looks to raise DC tipped workers' minimum wage

The new proposal comes three years after the DC Council repealed the voter-approved 'Initiative 77' –which would have raised the minimum wage for tipped workers. → Read More

Some DC officials express frustrations over Northeast bridge collapse, how road planning impacts their constituents

Many Northeast DC residents depended on the collapsed pedestrian bridge to see family and friends on both sides of DC-295. → Read More