Evan Lambert, FOX 5 DC

Evan Lambert

FOX 5 DC

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Evan:

Loudoun County School Board delays vote on transgender policy

A culture battle is underway in Loudoun County as the school board gets closer to making a decision on a proposed policy inclusive of transgender students in the public schools. The meeting was held under tight security tonight. → Read More

Preliminary estimates reveal staff vaccination rates at DC-area school districts

In the last week FOX 5 obtained data from six of the largest school districts in the D.C. region which provides an estimate of how many teachers and staff are vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Man spits on Asian store owner in DC, police say; officials encourage hate incident reporting

At the same time as another suspected anti-Asian hate crime in the region, officials in Montgomery County are educating communities about what rises to the level of a hate crime and encouraging more reporting of these racist attacks and others like them. → Read More

DC Restaurant Week excitement halted by worry over delta variant, mask mandate

Many D.C. restaurants are on edge as the delta variant creates worries just as the industry is getting ready to welcome diners for Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week starting Aug. 9. → Read More

Video: Fight caught on camera at Yorktown High school raising questions about police involvement

Video of a fight that took place at Yorktown High School is raising questions about whether or not administrators should have called police as Arlington County voted this summer to remove school resource officers from public schools. → Read More

'It's just terrifying:' Multiple weekend shootings worry neighbors in Prince George's County

Prince George's County Police say four shootings over the weekend have claimed the lives of six people as homicides in the county are up 72% from this time last year. → Read More

New details revealed about Maryland man accused of shooting, killing DC 6-year-old

The Maryland man accused of shooting and killing 6-year-old Nyiah Courtney in southeast D.C. was in court Thursday and new details have been revealed about his work and the night Courtney died. → Read More

DC police release photos of suspects wanted in connection with armed carjacking

The Metropolitan Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying and locating two suspects after a woman was punched and carjacked at her apartment building in northeast D.C. → Read More

Though rare, people testing positive for breakthrough infections talk with FOX 5

Experts say that breakthrough COVID-19 infections are rare and largely mild, showing vaccines are doing their job at keeping people from hospitalization or death, but FOX 5 spoke with two people who have recently tested positive to share their experiences. → Read More

Questions about the COVID-19 Delta variant? Health expert has answers

FOX 5 sought out Dr. Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Center for Health Security to answer common questions about the delta variant of COVID-19. → Read More

FOX 5 EXCLUSIVE: Fairfax County Public School union says summer-school bonus creates caste system

The Fairfax Education Association has circulated a petition calling on Fairfax County Public Schools to remedy what they call a two-class system created by bonuses offered to encourage staff to sign up for volunteer extended school year shifts. → Read More

Budget problems force agency to ask court to remove defendants from GPS monitors

The federal Pretrial Services Agency or PSA, which monitors defendants accused of crimes in D.C., has asked judges to take dozens of defendants off GPS monitoring devices, citing pandemic-related budget problems. → Read More

Sources: Diplomat from the UAE carjacked at gunpoint in NW DC Monday

D.C. Police say a diplomat, who sources tell FOX 5 is from the United Arab Emirates, had his car stolen at gunpoint Monday night in Northwest D.C.'s Tenleytown neighborhood. → Read More

Leaked bodycam video shows Seat Pleasant police misconduct

Seat Pleasant, a small city in Prince George's County, is investigating alleged police misconduct after nearly a dozen police body camera videos appeared on an anonymous YouTube account in recent days. Sources shared the account with FOX 5. → Read More

Arlington School Board votes to remove police from schools

In a unanimous 5 to 0 vote on Thursday night, the Arlington County Public School Board voted to remove school resource officers from permanent daily positions in schools. → Read More

Montgomery County Fire gives an inside look at search and rescue training

First responders in Montgomery County gave FOX 5 a close-up look at the training process for rescuers who go into dangerous missions like the one happening right now at the collapsed condo in Surfside, FL. → Read More

DC Police investigating bottle attack on man as anti-LGBTQ hate crime

D.C. Police are investigating a glass bottle attack on a man in Northeast D.C. as a suspected anti-LGBTQ hate crime. → Read More

Shaw business owner demands action from city after drive-by shooting amid Pride celebration

At least one business owner has had enough amid a series of violent incidents in D.C.'s Shaw neighborhood. → Read More

DC LGBTQ nightlife spots expecting busy Pride weekend

D.C's annual Pride celebration, Capital Pride, will look a bit different this year as a result of the pandemic, and because some events are paired down, D.C. LGBTQ bars and clubs will likely play a bigger role in the festivities. → Read More

6 Fairfax County homes declared blighted, officials moving forward with demolition plans

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday night to declare six abandoned homes blighted, initiating proceedings under Virginia law that will allow the county the demolish them if the owners don't do it first. → Read More