The Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office said that Donald Bernard Lewis, 53, of Washington, D.C. was arrested at 9:20 a.m. in D.C. by sheriff’s deputies and the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force.
Molly Waters, 37, of Alexandria, Virginia, died from her injuries, which she sustained during Monday’s accident, the Metropolitan Police Department said in press release on Friday.
The affected section near the Kennedy Center, which reopened at 6 p.m. Sunday, was scheduled to be shutdown until Tuesday morning.
Saturday morning staple “It’s Academic” will continue its record-breaking run after finding a new studio home at National Harbor, Maryland.
Police believe the suspect entered the victims’ apartment on the 8800 block of Spiral Cut through an unsecured window and assaulted both with a baseball bat before stealing jewelry and a cellphone.
The National Park Service said that this year’s fireworks — which have been launched from a location along the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool for the last several years — will blast off from West Potomac Park.
Police have released the identity of the man who died Wednesday night after a reported fight in the parking lot of a Silver Spring, Maryland, shopping center.
The Big Bounce America’s 2019 tour will bring the world’s largest bounce house to the D.C. metro area this weekend. Tickets for the event at Maryland’s Rosecroft Raceway will start at $16.
On My Take, Clinton Yates says the Washington Nationals could use some off-field entertainment as injuries pile up.
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