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Battle of the Bases championship softball at Nationals Park

Head down to Nationals Park this weekend to see two Marine teams battle it out for the championship softball title in Battle of the Bases. The Battle of the Bases , a championship softball tournament featuring local military softball base teams will take place Sept. 14, shortly after the Washington... Read More
Daniel Gear, of Monacan Tribe of Virginia, takes part in the Smithsonian's pow wow marking the continuing construction of the National Museum of the American Indian on the National Mall September 15, 2002 in Washington, D.C.  -

Alexandria Names Second Monday In October Indigenous Peoples' Day

Alexandria this week became one of more than 130 cities in the U.S. to name the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples’ Day. In an effort to celebrate local indigenous populations, the city is encouraging public schools to teach indigenous peoples’ history. It also called upon businesses to... Read More

The Morning Drive: Tornados Rip Through Sioux Falls

Three tornadoes and damaging straight-line winds struck Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Tuesday night. Southern sections of the city have been hardest hit. More than three dozen buildings were damaged. Most of the city's warning sirens didn't sound. CLICK HERE FOR MORE PIX Take a peek at the severe... Read More

Trump speaks in honor of those killed on 9/11 at Pentagon

Capt. Robert E. Dolan Retired Rear Admiral Wilson F. Flagg Karen Ann Kincaid Dana, Charles, and Zoe Falkenberg Maj. Wallace Cole Hogan Retired Lt. Col. Robert Hymel A ceremony at the Pentagon 9/11 Memorial on Sept. 11, 2019 recognizing the individuals killed at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001 opened... Read More

Maryland Reports First West Nile Virus Case

The first case of the West Nile Virus has been confirmed in Maryland, prompting the state’s department of health to urge the public to avoid areas of high mosquito activity. The unidentified, infected person is an adult who resides in Maryland’s national capital region. The Maryland Department of... Read More

The Morning Drive: Vaping, iPhone 11 & Killer Mosquitos

Vaping is Bad .... mmmmkay After Va. sicknesses, new efforts in Loudoun Co. to prevent student vaping Apple REVEALS iPhone 11 … RIDICULOUS On Tuesday, the company revealed its new way to take ypur money Killer Mosquitos Make it to DC DC-area Maryland resident diagnosed with West Nile Virus Follow @... Read More

National Park Service Seeking A 'Sodfather'

The National Park Service is having fun advertising one of its new vacant positions. The agency, responsible for managing parks and monuments across the country, is seeking a “sodfather.” In a tweet, it said “Do you have what it takes to be...The Sodfather. Make us an offer we can’t refuse…” The... Read More

The Morning Drive: Dorian & VA Shellfish, Vape Update & More

JESUS TAKE THE WHEEL: 2 Yr Old Falls from 11th story in Takoma Park & Lives A two-year-old boy is now in intensive care, after a scary fall from a Takoma Park apartment building. BUT I NEED MY CLAMS! Dorian leads to temporary shellfishing shutdown in Virginia Effects from Dorian close the door... Read More

D.C. Taylor Gourmet Reopened Monday Under New Ownership

Taylor Gourmet is back - at least at one D.C. location. The restaurant’s location on Pennsylvania Avenue reopened Monday, it said in a tweet. Taylor Gourmet previously said it planned to reopen its Pennsylvania Avenue, Dupont Circle and Pike and Rose locations. The restaurants filed for bankruptcy... Read More