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Bowser Responds to Saturday Shooting

Gun violence in the District is continuing to rise. In her August 10 situational update, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) called the most recent incident...

What’s in the DC Budget for Ward 6?

This week the DC Council voted to pass an FY21 budget for the District, setting funding levels that will begin on October 1. With...

DC Police Union Sues District Over Reform Law

DC Police Union released a August 5 announcing they had filed a lawsuit against the Mayor and the District for Council’s emergency police reform...

Bowser Speaks on July 4th Gun Violence

In her Monday, July 6 situational update, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) addressed the shooting of 11-year-old Davon McNeal, who was killed July 4 outside...

Man in Lincoln Park BLM Confrontation Identified

Neighbors have identified the green-shirted man with the pram who confronted four people wearing Black Lives Matter t-shirts in Lincoln Park on June 3,...

Road Closures Due to Weekend Protests

Additional demonstrations are scheduled in the District this weekend, on Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14. Street closures and parking restrictions will be...

One Dead, Eight Injured in Thursday Shootings

An 18-year-year old woman is dead and eight others injured after two shootings Thursday June 11th, one on the 200 block of E Street...

Man Fights off Thief During Tire Change

As a man fixed a flat tire Sunday night, he also fought off a would-be car thief on New Jersey Avenue SE. Just after midnight...

Mayor to Residents: “Stay Home!”

On March 30, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) issued an order directing residents to shelter in place until April 24. “Our message remains the same: stay...

First District Issues Safety Tips

Metropolitan Police Department First District is working to reverse recent crime concerns experienced in the First District, said Commander Morgan Kane, including upticks in...
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