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Police: Virginia toddler dies after fall from 24th-floor balcony
FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) —A toddler has died after falling from a 24th-floor balcony at the same northern Virginia apartment complex where a 3-year-old fell from an open window and died months ago.Fairfax County police say they're investigating the death of the toddler, who fell Monday afternoon from
MS-13 Member from Silver Spring Sentenced to Life in Prison for Racketeering Conspiracy, Murder
Raul Ernesto Landaverde-Giron, who also goes by the names “Humilde” and “Decente,” was convicted by a federal jury in March of racketeering conspiracy and other offenses. During a three-week trial, prosecutors presented evidence that various cliques of MS-13 – a transnational gang whose members are
County Leaders to Discuss Eviction Protection for Tenants | Montgomery Community Media
“Right now in the state of Maryland, tenants can be given notification 60 days before their lease ends that the landlord will not renew,” said Matt Losak, executive director for the Montgomery County Renters Alliance, Inc. “It doesn’t matter how long the tenant has been there, they can be evicted
Montgomery County Police Release Surveillance Photos of Man Wanted for Bank Robberies in Wheaton, Chevy Chase
The man struck next at the BB&T Bank in Colesville, 13350 New Hampshire Blvd., on May 3 just before noon. Police say the man handed a note to a teller demanding money. The teller immediately contacted police, and the suspect fled without any money.
Arlington Co. ‘serial flasher’ arrested in D.C. on string of sex crimes, police say
At approximately 12:15 a.m., on August 29, 2017, police say they were dispatched to the report of an indecent exposure.
Capital OneÂ® Introduces The Newest SavorÂ® Card, A Cash Back Card That Now Rewards People For Both Dining And Entertainment Purchases | Markets Insider
McLEAN, Va.,Aug. 14, 2018/PRNewswire/ --Â Capital One Financial Corporation (NYSE: COF) today introduced the newest Savor card, which now makes it easier to earn rewards for memorable meals and the unique experiences you're already having with friends and family. Customers can now earn an unlimited
AP News - Maryland parts ways with assistant coach after player death
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Maryland has parted ways with its strength and conditioning coach and has acknowledged that "mistakes were made" in the treatment of offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who collapsed on the practice field and subsequently died.
Hogan Leads Jealous by Significant Margin in Statewide Poll; Silver Spring Man Attempts To Create 'Bread and Roses' Political Party
A new poll has found that Republican Gov. Larry Hogan has a 16-percentage-point lead over his Democratic challenger, Ben Jealous. Gonzales Research and Marketing Strategies conducted the poll from Aug. 1 through 8. Despite trailing overall, Jealous has a significant advantage in Montgomery County, w
Serial sexual predator linked to several DC, Arlington sexual assaults arrested, police say
ARLINGTON, Va.- Police say a serial sexual predator is off the streets and facing charges in connection with at least five D.C. area sex assaults dating back to 2016.Officers say 34-year-old Santiago Rodriquez Campos was arrested on Thursday in Virginia by the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task For
Singer Aretha Franklin, 'Queen of Soul', gravely ill
In this file photo taken on December 7, 2015 singer Aretha Franklin poses on the red carpet before the 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, DC.
Toddler Falls From High Rise, Dies In Fairfax County
BAILEY'S CROSSROADS, VA—A toddler died after falling from a high rise building in Bailey's Crossroads Monday afternoon, according to Fairfax County Police.
Fire at 21-story apartment in Silver Spring forces families out of home
SILVER SPRING, Md. -- A fire at a 21-story building in Silver Spring forced residents out of their homes early Tuesday morning.The fire broke out around 4:25 a.m. on the 19th floor at the apartment building located at 1131 University Blvd., Montgomery County Fire officials said.Crews were able to pu
Capital One introduces new rewards card for foodies, but how does it compare?
On Tuesday, the McLean, Virginia-based company announced a revamped Savor card with the highest cashback percentage in the industry for both dining and entertainment.
New bills passed makes it more affordable for low income residents who live in Montgomery County
One of the bills sponsored by councilperson and candidate for county executive, Nancy Floreen, works to enhance flexibility to increase housing opportunities for low and moderate income residents. The president of the county council, Hans Reimer, sponsored another bill that requires 15% of units to
Strzok's Lawyer Explains Details of FBI Firing
"And then there was a one and a half page letter from Deputy Director [David] Bowditch overruling the decision and saying Pete's texts were responsible for bringing the FBI into disrepute, and that is wildly inconsistent with past precedent," Goelman said.
Car Hits, Kills Man Walking In Wheaton: Police
WHEATON, MD — A man was fatally hit by a car while crossing the road in Wheaton Saturday night, according to a statement from the Montgomery County Police Department.
Trees smash into homes in College Park during severe storms on Monday night
At 5011 Hollywood Road in College Park, a large tree sits on a second-story roof, nearly causing a sunroom to collapse.
WWE Announces Details On 1,000th Episode of Smackdown
STAMFORD, Conn., August 13, 2018– The historic 1,000th episode ofWWE®SmackDown Livewill take place from the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC on Tuesday, October 16, 2018, and air live on USA Network at 8/7C. Tickets are available starting this Friday, August 17 at 10 am ET at the Capital One Aren
Pedestrian accident kills man in Wheaton
So far, investigators believe the man was trying to cross Georgia Avenue at Veirs Mill Road, when he was struck by a Nissan Rogue traveling south on Georgia Avenue.
Thousands of counter-protesters expected at 'Unite the Right 2' rally in D.C.
First Amendment gatherings like rallies, marches and protests happen often in the nation’s capital. But Washington, D.C. law enforcement is not treating "Unite the Right 2" like any other event after learning from the violent and deadly clashes in Charlottesville.