Warning: MagpieRSS: Failed to fetch http://www.myfoxdc.com/feeds/rssFeed?obfType=RSS_FEED&siteId=1004&categoryId=20002 (HTTP Response: HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found ) in /home/etheri6/public_html/mynewshub.com/libraries/magpierss/rss_fetch.inc on line 238

NBC Washington

Missing Va. Teen's Car Found

Missing Va. Teen's Car Found



The car of a missing Shipman, Va., teen was found in a movie theater parking lot Tuesday, police said.
Obama on Leno: Don't Overreact to T...

Obama on Leno: Don't Overreact to Terror Threat



President Barack Obama gave an unexpectedly serious and wide-ranging interview to Jay Leno on Tuesday night, weighing in on a terror threat, U.S. tensions with Russia and even his recent lunch with...

Photo Credit: AP
Latino Community Calls for Represen...

Latino Community Calls for Representation on School Board



As Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker reviews applications to fill a spot on the county's school board, members of a seemingly under-represented community say Baker's selection is very important...
Sherwood's Notebook: Now Leading th...

Sherwood's Notebook: Now Leading the Mayor?s Race??



Incumbent Mayor Vincent Gray talks and acts like he wants to run again, but it?s publicly unclear at this point if he will run or if he?ll be a factor.
News4 I-Team Investigative Unit

News4 I-Team Investigative Unit



The News4 iTeam focuses on investigative stories across the Washington, D.C., area.

Photo Credit: NBCWashington.com

Ex-UVa. Worker to Be Sentenced for...

Ex-UVa. Worker to Be Sentenced for Abduction Try



A former University of Virginia dining hall worker is due in court for sentencing for trying to abduct and assault a student.

WTOP

Singer Chris Brown's DC trial delay...

Singer Chris Brown's DC trial delayed for months

- Singer Chris Brown's trial on an assault charge was put on hold for months Wednesday after prosecutors declined to grant immunity to his bodyguard, who would be a key witness in the case.
Washington Nationals' Zach Walters ...

Washington Nationals' Zach Walters has 'Frozen' at-bat songs

Washington Nationals' Zachary Walters is not bashful about his love of the Disney animated movie "Frozen." In fact, he is using it to help him get pumped up at games.
2 hurt in D.C. school bus accident

2 hurt in D.C. school bus accident

Two people were hurt in a school bus accident in Southeast.
D.C.'s last video rental store prep...

D.C.'s last video rental store prepares to close

As Potomac Video in Chevy Chase prepares to close its doors this spring, D.C. is losing not only the last remaining brick and mortar video store, but also the expertise that distinguishes this neighborhood institution from big box competitors.
Twilight Tattoo showcases US milita...

Twilight Tattoo showcases US military pageantry

- Soldiers from a half-dozen ceremonial Army units in Washington are polishing their moves in preparation for another season of musical extravaganzas highlighting the history of the U.S. military.
DC plans public meeting on MLK libr...

DC plans public meeting on MLK library renovation

- Architects and library officials want to hear from the public about what they would like to see in a major renovation of the central Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington.

Washingtoncitypaper

One Track Mind: GoldLink, ?Planet P...

One Track Mind: GoldLink, ?Planet Paradise?

Standout Track: No. 2, ?Planet Paradise,? a highly percussive audio overload from Virginia rapper GoldLink?s superb debut project, The God Complex. The song is a musical sprint that rides the same Minnie Ripperton sample A Tribe Called Quest used on "Lyrics to Go" all the way to the finish line. Along the way, GoldLink splashes uptempo rhymes across [...]
New D.C. Record Label Could Put a W...

New D.C. Record Label Could Put a Weird Slant on Dance Music

I've been digging a lot of local dance music in recent weeks: Earlier this month, Will Eastman released this awesome remix of the Caribbean, and his buddy, Outputmessage, put out The Infinite Void, an infectious set of deep dance tunes that reach for outer space. On Monday, Hyattsville, Md., duo Ploy released "Friend of a Friend," a lovelorn pop [...]
Tonight is World Book Night, And Yo...

Tonight is World Book Night, And You Could Get a Free Book

We've all heard that reading is good for us?and yeah, yeah, we could probably be doing more of it. But bibliophilia is easier to preach than practice. To help goad the light-to-non-readers among us, every year, on April 23, volunteers worldwide hand out boxes of books. Free books. It?s been happening for three years in [...]
ToDo ToDay: Tech N9ne, Pree, and Pi...

ToDo ToDay: Tech N9ne, Pree, and Pizza Parts & Service

Tech N9ne?s career is proof that you can ride a niche talent to commercial success. The Missouri rapper has made his name simply: by eschewing trends, creating catchy music, and touring nonstop to support it. His rapid-fire flow and proclivity for the bizarre have drawn a legion of eager fans who routinely fill up venues, [...]
Photos: Boy George @ 9:30 Club

Photos: Boy George @ 9:30 Club

"He has such a beautiful voice. He sounded like a black female blues singer," wrote Bob Geldof about Boy George in his 1986 autobiography. "Soul. Don't matter what you look like. You got it or you ain't." At the 9:30 Club on Monday night, George proved that the statement still holds true nearly 30 years later. Decked out in [...]
Pentagram Plays Its First D.C. Show...

Pentagram Plays Its First D.C. Show in a Decade

Last Saturday night, American University?s campus witnessed far more leather and denim than usual. The quad was overrun by jean jackets with Black Flag patches and dusty, old combat boots, instead of the Greek-heavy school's typical North Face jackets and TOMS. The occasion? Local bands Unholy Thoughts, Coke Bust, and Satan?s Satyrs were teaming up with [...]

myfoxcity

Residents seek to revoke store lice...

Residents seek to revoke store license

Hundreds of Columbia Heights residents are asking city officials to revoke the liquor license of a 14th Street carryout after the owner was indicted on felony drug charges.

DC pizza makers aiming to be fastes...

DC pizza makers aiming to be fastest

Joe Burr is bouncing up and down, exhaling. He is concentrating like an Olympic runner ready to pounce out of the gate. His nickname is "Domino Joe." His sport is pizza. Burr and Jesse Dann are Domino's Pizza employees. They have both qualified to head to Las Vegas next week where they will compete for the title of World's Fastest Pizza Maker.

Alexander discusses same-sex marria...

Alexander discusses same-sex marriage

It has been years since the District legalized same-sex marriage. At the time, two D.C. councilmembers voted against the legislation: Marion Barry and Yvette Alexander. "It was really, really a difficult decision for me,? Alexander tells FOX 5 Thursday.

Peterson, Khan rematch canceled

Peterson, Khan rematch canceled

The highly-anticipated rematch between Lamont Peterson and Amir Khan was canceled after the American tested positive for a banned substance. FOX 5?s Dave Ross spoke with Peterson and his trainer Barry Hunter about the failed drug test.

DC man charged in death of tourist

DC man charged in death of tourist

The younger brother of NFL players Vernon and Vontae Davis has been charged with murder in the death of a man visiting the nation's capital from Colorado.

Ovechkin helps Caps beat Rangers 2-...

Ovechkin helps Caps beat Rangers 2-1

Alex Ovechkin rebounded from a rare zero-shot performance by scoring after 88 seconds Wednesday night, Braden Holtby made 30 saves, and the Washington Capitals recovered from a potentially devastating loss by beating the top-seeded New York Rangers 2-1 to force a Game 7 in the Eastern Conference semifinal.

WashingtonTimes

Chris Brown's assault trial delayed...

Chris Brown's assault trial delayed by D.C. judge

A D.C. judge on Wednesday delayed the assault trial for singer Chris Brown, allowing the Grammy winner to return to Los Angeles and giving his attorneys several months to decide how to proceed without the help of a key witness.

Superior Court Judge Franklin A. Burgess Jr. ordered Mr. Brown ...

Navy security officer fatally shot ...

Navy security officer fatally shot at Norfolk to be honored at Arlington

A Navy security forces officer who was fatally shot during a security breach at Naval Station Norfolk last month will receive an award for his heroism at Arlington National Cemetery on Friday.

Navy officials say they will give 24-year-old Mark Mayo the Navy and Marine Corps Medal, the highest non-combat ...

Chris Brown assault trial delayed a...

Chris Brown assault trial delayed again

A D.C. judge on Wednesday delayed the assault trial for singer Chris Brown, allowing the Grammy winner to return to Los Angeles and giving his attorneys several months to decide how to proceed without the help of a key witness.

Superior Court Judge Franklin A. Burgess Jr. ordered Mr. Brown ...

SIMMONS: Let us not forget to remem...

SIMMONS: Let us not forget to remember warriors in war on terror

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

There is no single memorial to our members of U.S. forces who were killed serving in our war on terror.

The ongoing campaign, sparked by the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, is seemingly wrapping up, as our troop withdrawals are scheduled to wrap up in Afghanistan by year's end.

Where ...

Easter Monday event at National Zoo...

Easter Monday event at National Zoo ends with shooting

Two people were shot Monday afternoon near the National Zoo, marking the second time in three years that an annual Easter Monday event has ended with violence.

Metropolitan Police Department Cmdr. Michael Reese said one person was hit in the left hand and the other was shot on the left ...

Chris Brown trial continued until W...

Chris Brown trial continued until Wednesday after bodyguard's conviction

Singer Chris Brown had his trial on assault charges continued until Wednesday after his bodyguard was convicted of a similar charge in D.C. Superior Court.

The continuance until 9:30 a.m. Wednesday came after Judge Patricia A. Wynn convicted Christopher Hollosy of a count of misdemeanor assault stemming from an October ...

NY Times Washinton

Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and El...

Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and Elsewhere

Photos from Ukraine, South Korea, Washington and India.
Two Wounded in National Zoo Shootin...

Two Wounded in National Zoo Shooting

Two people were wounded in a shooting Monday evening that shut down the National Zoo on an unusually busy day.
Official Denies F.B.I. Was Investig...

Official Denies F.B.I. Was Investigating Manifesto Leak

A Justice Department official denied Monday that the F.B.I. had investigated how a manifesto by Khalid Shaikh Mohammed ended up at The Huffington Post.
Times Minute | What Will Stop Russi...

Times Minute | What Will Stop Russia?

With tensions between Kiev and Moscow at new heights, two approaches are being tried in Geneva and Washington this week to calm the crisis.
An Indecent Burial

An Indecent Burial

A recent campaign finance ruling by the Supreme Court shows the extent to which the free speech claim has become an engine of deregulation.
Washington Retail District?s Future...

Washington Retail District?s Future Rides on Streetcars

This summer, after 65 years, streetcars will again travel the former H Street NE shopping district and hopes are high that they will drive development.

WashintonPost

Neighbors seek answers after shooti...

Neighbors seek answers after shooting near National Zoo

Some Woodley Park residents are calling for an end to Easter Monday events at the National Zoo after an outbreak of violence near the zoo marred a century-old tradition.

About 75 people packed a conference room in Woodley Park on Wednesday night, looking for information about shootings near the zoo Monday afternoon and April 14.

Read full article >>






Girls? lacrosse: No. 10 Broadneck r...

Girls? lacrosse: No. 10 Broadneck rides strong start to win over No. 3 Good Counsel

Early in the season, the Broadneck girls? lacrosse team had a habit of starting slowly. On a few occasions, the Bruins found themselves down three, four, or even five goals in the first half, only to charge back as the game wore on. A few times, they completed the comeback. Twice, against top county foes, they fell short.

Read full article >>






Baseball: Joe Williams delivers lat...

Baseball: Joe Williams delivers late as No. 7 Battlefield scores walk-off win over Hylton

After arriving late to Wednesday?s pregame meeting, Battlefield pitcher and outfielder Joe Williams was scratched from the matchup against undefeated rival Hylton at home. Instead, the senior George Mason commit was relegated to fetching foul balls for the first six innings of the matchup between two of Prince William County?s top teams.

Read full article >>






Neighbors seek answers after shooti...

Neighbors seek answers after shooting near National Zoo

About 75 people packed a conference room Wednesday evening, looking for answers after two shooting incidents near the National Zoo in a week. Some at the Woodley Park community meeting suggested ending the century-long tradition of the Easter Monday Family Day at the National Zoo. Others asked for more stringent security.

Read full article >>






Former Prince George?s leader Wayne...

Former Prince George?s leader Wayne Curry is battling lung cancer at age 63

Former Prince George?s county executive Wayne Curry, 63, has been diagnosed with lung cancer according to two people who heard a recorded announcement that Curry sent friends and business associates this week.

Read full article >>






Historic Wilson School in Arlington...

Historic Wilson School in Arlington may be redeveloped as a new school

Arlington school and county officials announced Wednesday evening that the school system plans to retain a historic school that it had intended to sell and to consider it for possible redevelopment as a new secondary school.

Read full article >>






Apr 24      Hits : 20609
My News Hub