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Babuk ransomware gang hits Washington D.C. police

The Washington Times (News) 4/26 5:30P
WASHINGTON The Metropolitan police department said Monday that its computer network was breached, and a Russian-speaking ransomware syndicate claimed to have stolen sensitive data, including on informants, that it threatened to share with local...

Deaf, vision services hope to grow with Unity Campaign help

The Washington Times (News) 4/17 3:01A COLIN MCGUIRE, The Journal
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) - When Mary Ann Jividen moved to West Virginia, she fully expected that there would be services available for deaf people to utilize throughout the area. With only two hours separating her and Washington D.C., it felt like...

Dakota Access asks for full appeals court review on permit

The Washington Times (News) 4/14 9:09A
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Owners of the Dakota Access pipeline have asked the full Washington D.C. circuit court to review a panel’s decision that essentially said the North Dakota project is operating without a key permit, even though the decision...

Iowa State to review sports club policy after crew drownings

The Washington Times (News) 4/1 1:26P
AMES, Iowa (AP) - Iowa State University plans to review its policies and procedures for 55 school sports clubs following the drowning of two members of the student crew club at the weekend, the school said Thursday. Yaakov Ben-David, 20, a...

Melisa Hogendobler Joined Herndon Family Dental’s Team

Washington D.C. BubbleLife iReporter 3/19 1:03P Ilija Stevanovic
Melisa Hogendobler become Herndon Family Dental’s newest employee Herndon, VA (March 2021.) – Herndon Family Dental is a leading dental studio in Herndon VA whose dentists are skillful experts ready to help every client get his smile back in the...

G7 suggest boosting IMF reserves to help vulnerable nations

The Washington Times (News) 3/19 6:38A
LONDON (AP) - The Group of Seven leading industrial nations on Friday proposed bolstering the International Monetary Fund's reserves for the first time since 2009, so the Washington D.C.-based institution can provide more financial support to...

Martinsburg teen signs music management deal

The Washington Times (News) 3/7 3:01A BREANNA FRANCIS, The Journal
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) - For Marah Francis, music was a lifelong love affair in which she explored life’s many milestones and reconciled her experiences through writing music. Now, the Martinsburg teen is celebrating signing with a Washington...

DC VA Medical Center Mammography Program Still Closed After More Than a Year

NBC DC (Local) 3/3 5:27P Scott MacFarlane, Rick Yarboroug
The Washington DC VA Medical Center is trying to reopen its troubled mammography program.  The flagship hospital of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has suffered a series of setbacks in providing breast cancer screenings for hundreds of...

Member of Kansas City Proud Boys chapter to remain in jail

The Washington Times (News) 2/23 12:03P
WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal judge in Washington D.C., ruled Tuesday that the alleged leader of the Kansas City-area chapter of the Proud Boys should remain in custody until his trial on charges arising from the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol....

Dump Truck Overturns, Spills Concrete in DC Amid Wintry Weather

NBC DC (Local) 2/13 12:34P NBC Washington Staff
A dump truck overturned and spilled concrete in Southeast Washington D.C., Saturday morning as winter weather moved into the area. Authorities haven’t detailed the exact circumstances of the crash, so it’s unclear if freezing rain and moving into...

Winter storm wallops Washington D.C., Northeast

The Washington Times (News) 1/31 3:44P Shen Wu Tan
The first significant snowfall to hit the D.C. area in two years was expected to affect transportation into Tuesday by slickening roads in sheets of ice and sleet. The snowfall Sunday was part of a larger weather system covering parts of the...

Pritzker sending 500 Illinois National Guard troops to D.C.

The Washington Times (News) 1/28 3:07P
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - About 500 Illinois National Guard members will be heading to Washington D.C. where they will stay until mid-March for a ``security mission,” Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Thursday. The U.S. Defense Department asked for...
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