VIA WJLA: A woman matching the description of a serial bank robber has been taken into custody outside a bank robbery in Chantilly, Fairfax County police said Tuesday. Officer Don Godhardt, a police spokesperson, says investigators had numerous banks in the Centreville and Chantilly area under surveillance because of the recent string of bank robberies. […]

From Tiger Tiger Woods announced Tuesday that he will begin his 2010 season at the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in April. “The Masters is where I won my first major, and I view this tournament with great respect. After a long and necessary time away from the game, I feel like […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Officers from the Greenbelt Police Department were called to Roosevelt High School about 11:30 a.m. for a report of shots fired in an adjacent wooded area, said Officer Kelly Lawson, a police spokeswoman. The officers established a perimeter around the area and used a helicopter and dogs to search the woods, […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: The gulf that separates Woodland Terrace in Southeast Washington from Burke Centre in Fairfax County can be measured by income levels as well as unemployment and poverty rates. Over the next few weeks, another telling measurement will be the volume of mail as residents return thousands of census forms being delivered […]

FIRST TIME DANCE The Univ. of Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions, the 2010 SWAC Tournament Champions, will face Winthrop University of the Big South Conference in the Opening Round Game of the 2010 NCAA Tournament Tuesday at 6:30 p.m CT on ESPN. This is UAPB’s first trip to the NCAAs in school history. The Golden Lions […]

With a packed house of hundreds of students joining them at Leo J. O’Donovan Hall on campus, the Georgetown University men’s basketball team found out that they were the No. 3 seed in the Midwest Region of the 2010 NCAA Tournament and will play Ohio University in the first round. The Hoyas, 23-10 overall after […]

VIA THE MIAMI HERALD: The Archdiocese of Miami says it will spend $1.57 million for ongoing relief in the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti, including medical support, church rebuilding and assistance to new Haitian immigrants in South Florida. “We have seen what the needs are in Haiti, not just Port-au-Prince but all of Haiti, […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee watched from the front row of the D.C. Council chamber Monday as educators fired by her administration last year demanded an apology and questioned her budget practices. About a half dozen former public school educators wore T-shirts that read: “I am not a child molester.” The message […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: He lurks at gas stations and pay phones and bus stops, blending in so well that people don’t notice him at first. He has a smooth, deep voice. He is black, he smokes, and he is right-handed. He is in his early to mid-30s, is fit, stands about 6 feet tall, […]

Virginia Beach, Va., March 14, 2010 – The MEAC’s regular season and tournament champion Morgan State Bears earned a 15th seed in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament announced Sunday night during the annual selection show. The Bears will face the Big East’s West Virginia, a number two seed, in the first round of […]