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  • These Back-to-School Shopping Tips Can Save Time and Money

    From backpacks to binders, there are a lot of supplies your children need for the school year. But all that shopping doesn't have to be stressful. Former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson Signing With Redskins Here are some ways you can save time and money:Shop on Sunday or Monday. Stores tend to run out of supplies quickly as we gets closer to the start of the school year.Take advantage of "loss leaders". One pricing strategy stores use is to sell an item for such a low price that they either lose...

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  • Statue of Pioneering Black Journalist to Be on Display in DC

    A journalist who became the first black woman to receive press credentials to cover the White House and Congress will be honored with a statue in the nation’s capital next month. A life-size bronze sculpture of Alice Allison Dunnigan will go on display Sept. 21 at the Newseum. Former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson Signing With Redskins Dunnigan began her journalism career in her home state of Kentucky before moving to the District during World War II. In 1947, she became the head of the Associated...

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  • Stars Pay Tribute to Aretha Franklin at the VMA Red Carpet

    Celebrities on the 2018 MTV VMA red carpet paid tribute to the late Aretha Franklin just moments before the show started. Photo Credit: Nina Lin/NBC

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  • Top Moments From the 2018 VMA Red Carpet

    The stars are out on this year's red carpet for the 2018 VMAs at Radio City Music Hall, with some stopping by to tell NBC their thoughts on Jennifer Lopez winning the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.

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  • 'Armed' Man Accused of Threatening Trump Seen in MD: Police

    A Pennsylvania man accused of threatening President Trump and other elected officials has been seen in Maryland, police say. The FBI, U.S. Marshals and the U.S. Secret Service are all attempting to track down the man, who also allegedly threatened to shoot anyone who tried to arrest him, police said. FBI Manhunt for Pa. Fugitive Who Threatened Trump Expands to W. Va. A federal warrant was issued on June 19 for Shawn Richard Christy, 27, of McAdoo, Pennsylvania. The warrant was related to...

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  • Man Suspected in U Street Kidnapping, Robbery Arrested: PD

    Police have arrested a 22-year-old man suspected of kidnapping another man at gunpoint from the U Street nightlife area. Jesse Benjamin Nunn has been charged with armed kidnapping in the case, police say. Former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson Signing With Redskins Police previously said that on July 14, a man entered a dark-colored four-door sedan near The Codmother restaurant on U Street, thinking he and the suspects would be smoking marijuana. The suspects struck him with a handgun and drove him...

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  • Girl, Teenager, Woman Shot in Southeast: Police

    A young girl, a teenager and a woman were shot Monday evening in Southeast D.C., police say. Police said all the victims were conscious and breathing; their injuries were reportedly not life-threatening. Former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson Signing With Redskins The shooting occurred on the 100 block of 56th Street SE, less than a mile from where 10-year-old Makiyah Wilson was killed last month. Police are searching for a dark-colored, older-model Lexus or Acura vehicle with four doors. The vehicle...

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  • Mexican State of Guadalajara to Allow Sex in Public

    The authorities of the city of Guadalajara, considered to be one of the most conservative cities in Mexico, approved a law that allows sexual relations in public view, unless there's a public complaint.  With the legal reforms, the police will no longer have the authority to sanction public sex acts, so long as there isn't a complaint from a third party.  Cava Plans to Expand Nationally "Having sexual relations or committing acts of exhibitionism of a sexual nature in public places, vacant...

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  • Women Rough Up MD Clerk In Attempted Baby Formula Theft

    Montgomery County Police are seeking help in identifying two women that walked into Shoppers Food Warehouse in Germantown and assaulted a store clerk in an attempt to steal baby formula. Surveillance images taken Aug. 11 show two women walking into the shoppers pushing a double stroller. Former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson Signing With Redskins "They demanded the baby formula, which was being kept in a locked case," police officer Rick Goodale said.  The 47-year-old female clerk refused to hand...

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  • Virginia Man Threatened to Kill People at His Mosque: Police

    A Virginia man was arrested Sunday after police say he threatened to kill people at his mosque and rammed into cars in the parking lot. Fairfax County Police said 22-year-old Zulqarnain Khan threatened to kill everyone he encountered at the Masjid Noor Mosque on 8608 Pohick Road in Springfield. Khan prevented people from entering the mosque and threatened people as they left the mosque as well, police said. Police said Khan rammed his car into three parked cars, one of which was occupied. The...

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  • Not Just Students, But Sisters: All-Girls School Opens in DC

    Class is in session at D.C.'s newly opened all-girls school where teachers hope to foster a supportive community. News4's Aimee Cho reports.

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  • Bowie Native Becomes MD's Youngest Cannabis Dispensary Owner

    The youngest woman to own an medical cannabis dispensary in Maryland is about to open up shop. After graduating from college, Hope Wiseman saw an opportunity in her home state’s budding industry. Former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson Signing With Redskins "Maryland was about the start their medical cannabis program," the Bowie native, now 26, said. She pitched the idea to her mom, Octavia Simkins-Wiseman, a dentist, and a family friend, Dr. Larry Bryant. The dispensary, named Mary and Main, would be...

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  • Alexandria Lowers Speed Limit on Route 1 to 25 MPH

    Alexandria dropped the speed limit on Route 1 to 25 mph. "With all the development in Potomac Yard and the changes in the corridor in the past few years, the street is already designed for a slower speed," one city official said. News4's Adam Tuss reports.

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  • Scout Aims for Rare Conservation Award in Herndon

    A Boy Scout in Herndon, Virginia, is clearing invasive stiltgrass at Frying Pan Park to earn the Hornaday Award.

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  • DC-Area Catholics React to Pope's Letter, Abuse Claims

    News4's Chris Gordon spoke to local Catholics about Pope Francis' letter condemning priestly sexual abuse and its cover-up.

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  • Storms Expected in DC Tuesday, Then Cooler Temps on Way

    Strong storms on Tuesday could bring damaging winds, lightning and potentially hail in the Washington D.C. area. Storm Team4 issued a Weather Alert for strong to severe storms that are expected to affect the area on Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures are expected to be in the mid-80s. The storms are expected to last through the night, said Storm Team4 meteorologist Sheena Parveen. Cheers to DC Beer Week: Deals, Events and More There could be potential for isolated flooding and gusty winds that...

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  • Mental Examination Approved for John Hinckley

    A federal judge approved a mental examination for John Hinckley, the would-be assassin who shot and wounded President Ronald Reagan. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia will hire a specialist to determine his mental condition and how dangerous he would be if granted his unconditional release, which he requested in the spring. Hinckley Leaves DC Mental Hospital for Virginia A hearing on his release is scheduled for mid-December in Washington, D.C. The mental is examination...

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  • Betty White's Golden Honor

    A new PBS film, set to air Aug. 21, gives top billing to the beloved sitcom icon.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • VIRAL VIDEO: Boston Police Officer's Son Sings National Anthem at Pats Game

    Boston police shared this video of Garrett, the son of two Boston police officers, singing the National Anthem at a New England Patriots preseason game. The video has garnered more than 2 million views since it...

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  • Nun's First Pitch at White Sox Game Stuns Crowd, Team

    Loyola's Sister Jean got some friendly competition in the sporting world over the weekend.Marian Catholic's Sister Mary Jo Sobiek threw out the first pitch at Saturday's White Sox game, and fans were quick to... This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • Nun's First Pitch at White Sox Game Stuns Crowd, Team

    Loyola's Sister Jean got some friendly competition in the sporting world over the weekend. Marian Catholic's Sister Mary Jo Sobiek threw out the first pitch at Saturday's White Sox game, and fans were quick to... This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • Heroes: Should Tom Cruise Play Green Lantern?

    On this episode of Heroes #267, Coy Jandreau, Amy Dallen and Trevor Stines discuss the following: Tom Holland released an Instagram video of his stunt double being doused with water and fans are now speculating that Hydro-Man will be a villain in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Crazy Days and Nights is reporting that Warner Bros. is eyeing Tom Cruise to play Hal Jordan aka Green Lantern. Revenge of the Fans reports that producer Charles Roven originally wanted Mark Wahlberg to play Hal Jordan's Green...

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  • UMd. Students Announce Scholarship in Memory of Player

    Student-athletes from the University of Maryland have announced a number of ways they plan to honor the memory of a football player who died after a team practice.

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  • DC School Gets Modern Update for First Day of Class

    The first day back at school is always an exciting one, but it's especially exciting when the school you're returning to has undergone a major renovation. Some students in D.C. will get a fresh start in updated classrooms as they kick off their first day of school Monday. Clear the Shelters: 1,000+ Local Pets Find Forever Homes The city has invested $68 million in Bancroft Elementary School in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood in Northwest Washington.  Classrooms at the school have been given a...

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