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Via NBC Washington Police in the District investigate after the body of a teenaged girl is found in a trash can in Columbia Heights.

In a new listing published by AOL, Washington, D.C.’s L St. SE was listed as one of the top 10 most dangerous neighborhoods in the country, ranking 9th. The neighborhood sits on a top-25 list that is topped by Chicago’s W. Lake St, in which a person’s chances of becoming a victim is 1 in […]

Friendship Collegiate running back Malcolm Crockett rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns in a 35-32 loss to top ranked DeMatha to earn The SportsGroove Baller Of The Week. Tune into The SportsGroove with Mark Gray each week as honors the outstanding performance from the week on NewsTalk 1450 WOL and http://www.woldcnews.com.

Club owner promoter Marc Barnes, who owns The Park at Fourteenth and Love Nightclub, filed Chapter 11 last week. The once immensely popular Love Nightclub is currently up for sale. According to DC Fab: “By the filing, [Love] sought to protect its real estate holding, which consists of a parcel of commercial property, currently the […]

VIA WASHINGTONPOST.COM AND WJLA.COM: EXPRESS FORECAST Today: Heavy snow and wind. 25-30. |Tonight: Snow tapers off, windy. 20-25. | Tomorrow: Morning flurries, breezy, and cold. 30-35. Snow and winds have increased overnight blanketing the metro region with 4-8″ of snow. Before long, we will be buried by several times that amount making this a record […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Mathematics achievement has surged in D.C. public schools over the past six years and risen sharply in large cities that are the focus of a major turnaround movement, the federal government reported Tuesday. The District’s schools, the report showed, no longer rank last in math among major urban systems. They are […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: When Kathy Patterson learned about Thursday’s D.C. Council hearing, during which Chairman Vincent C. Gray and Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee pelted each other with accusations of law-breaking and secret meetings, she had one immediate reaction. “Here we go again,” said Patterson, a former council member and chairwoman of its education committee. […]