A few evening showers
Updated: 5:45 PM EDT April 18, 2021
Acting U.S. Capitol Police Chief says the suspect rammed a car into the two officers at a vehicle checkpoint. Within the last 30 minutes, crews hauled the car away.
Updated: 7:55 PM EDT April 2, 2021
As Virginia expands its vaccine eligibility Sunday, Fairfax County is changing its vaccine scheduling process.
Published: 7:44 PM EDT April 18, 2021
D.C. Police are preparing for possible unrest this week, as the Derek Chauvin trial nears its conclusion.
Published: 1:08 PM EDT April 18, 2021
Several lanes are closed in the area of Clopper Road between Longdraft Drive and West Watkins Mill Road, police say.
Published: 7:49 AM EDT April 18, 2021
A man was found dead in an Alexandria, Virginia, parking garage and homicide investigators have arrested the man's coworker in connection with the dead.
Published: 11:39 PM EDT April 17, 2021
Photos taken by WUSA9 show vandalism to the Christopher Columbus statue amid protests Saturday evening over police brutality, death of Daunte Wright, Chauvin trial.
Published: 11:24 PM EDT April 17, 2021
Published: 11:20 PM EDT April 17, 2021
Park Ranger Katie Liming says usage was high throughout the pandemic and is growing as vaccinations continue to be distributed
Published: 6:34 PM EDT April 17, 2021
Celebrate the national parks in our backyard this week during National Park Week.
Published: 7:31 AM EDT April 17, 2021
A member of the Oath Keepers, Jon Ryan Schaffer, has entered the first guilty plea in the historic investigation of the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Published: 7:22 PM EDT April 16, 2021
Inspector general tells Congress that Capitol Police leadership told officers not to use 37mm, 40mm & Stinger Ball Grenades.
Published: 6:59 PM EDT April 15, 2021
Some of the fencing is still in place. The Secret Service will determine when all of the barriers will be removed.
Published: 7:37 PM EDT April 14, 2021
The Justice Department says the officer believed it was necessary to defend himself or the Members of Congress being evacuated.
Published: 7:17 PM EDT April 14, 2021
Despite a massive months-long investigation, investigators have yet to arrest the suspect who left two live bombs.
Published: 6:26 PM EDT April 13, 2021
The Director of the DC Department of Corrections says claims an inmate in its custody was “savagely” beaten while being detained are not true.
Published: 6:23 PM EDT April 8, 2021
An attorney for Ryan Samsel says he suffered a broken orbital floor and dislocated jaw in the alleged attack.
Published: 8:09 PM EDT April 7, 2021
U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Kelly ruled the Hughes brothers did not meet the standard of being a danger to the community if released.
Published: 7:31 PM EDT April 7, 2021
The VERIFY Team looked into an online claim that the vaccine immunity only lasts six months.
Published: 2:18 PM EDT April 16, 2021
A new study finds COVID-19 can affect your brain.
Published: 5:25 AM EDT April 16, 2021
The VERIFY Team looked into whether the Constitution allows Congress to expand the Supreme Court.
Published: 6:27 PM EDT April 15, 2021
A viral TikTok video claims the COVID-19 vaccines aren't new. But, our experts say that is oversimplifying the SARS and MERS vaccines played in vaccine development.
Published: 6:19 AM EDT April 15, 2021
Is it mandatory for the provider of your first dose, to schedule your second? Let’s verify.
Published: 10:53 PM EDT April 12, 2021
The VERIFY Team looked into why the vaccines have only received Emergency Use Authorization, rather than a full license
Published: 6:43 PM EDT April 12, 2021
The VERIFY Team spoke with infectious diseases experts about whether it's safe to exercise after getting the vaccine.
Published: 5:39 PM EDT April 12, 2021
People have had a range of reactions to the COVID-19 vaccines. From no symptoms to mild flu-like symptoms. What does it mean?
Published: 7:33 AM EDT April 9, 2021
It's proclaimed “The Most Beautiful Small Town in America.” But just under the surface, there’s something darker in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Published: 1:01 PM EST January 12, 2021
Bizarre behavior and stories don’t add up after a toddler vanishes on a family camping trip. This is the relentless search to find out what happened.
Published: 5:34 PM EST January 22, 2021
DNA evidence in the JonBenet Ramsey case doesn't support a controversial development: a former prosecutor's decision to clear the girl's family from all suspicion.
Published: 8:13 PM EST February 9, 2021
Paul John Knowles is the “Casanova Killer.” His devilish smirk, charming demeanor and flowing whiskey-colored hair helped mask his deadly secret.
Published: 3:12 PM EST February 2, 2021
A young girl from Exeter, Ca. was murdered in 1975. The jury convicted a local handyman, but did the real killer get away?
Published: 5:27 PM EST January 22, 2021
A year after the Austin bombings, investigators open up about how they retraced the bomber's steps to find him.
Published: 12:04 PM EST January 25, 2021
Brittany Zamora was arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with her 13-year-old student.
Published: 5:17 PM EST January 25, 2021
In 1991, four teenage girls were murdered in a North Austin yogurt shop. Decades later, investigators continue to work to solve the crimes.
Published: 5:36 PM EST February 3, 2021
Two years after Nanette was found in her burned home with a gunshot wound to her head, her family hopes new information will cause a break in the case.
Published: 2:22 PM EST February 2, 2021
Years after Adrienne Salinas's body was found, her murder remains unsolved.
Published: 11:32 AM EST January 15, 2021
Tammy Grogan's 2006 dream cruise turned into a nightmare when the single mother never returned.
On June 28, 2018, 5 employees of the Annapolis Capital Gazette were killed in a mass shooting. We detail how survivors spent the past year navigating their grief.
Published: 9:25 AM EST January 26, 2021
The day has taken on new meaning as DC fights for statehood.
Published: 7:09 AM EDT April 16, 2021
Cell phones have become a powerful weapon in the fight for fairness, civil rights and justice.
Published: 7:05 AM EDT April 16, 2021
To learn how we got where we are today, we have to go back to where it all began, 130 years ago.
Published: 5:52 AM EDT April 16, 2021
The fight is personal for councilmember Christina Henderson.
Published: 5:28 AM EDT April 16, 2021
The messages are to remind parents it's time to enroll their students in school.
Published: 6:37 AM EDT April 15, 2021
Here's a look at the history behind one of D.C.'s most unusual landmarks
Published: 8:49 AM EDT April 14, 2021
Remember, there are other options available.
Published: 6:59 AM EDT April 14, 2021
Hamilton is coming to D.C.!
Published: 6:43 AM EDT April 14, 2021
The story of the Walker Sisters who continued living in the Great Smoky Mountains after it became a national park still fascinates visitors.
Published: 10:50 AM EST January 26, 2021
American moms are dying from childbirth. Black women are up to four times more at risk. This series examines why.
Published: 3:27 PM EST January 25, 2021
Over the course of a year, this documentary follows a charismatic principal as she sets out to undo history.
Published: 1:43 PM EST February 2, 2021
Sex trafficking is a billion-dollar-a-year industry in the U.S. And traffickers are preying on young girls across the nation — our daughters, sisters and friends — r
Published: 3:53 PM EST January 26, 2021
We follow a Seattle man’s decision to die with dignity following a cancer diagnosis.
Bob Fuller, 75, shares his journey over the last few months of his life.
Published: 4:28 PM EST January 23, 2021
With California’s wildfires growing deadlier and bigger than ever, ABC10 examines the connection between wildfires, PG&E and its influence on California politics.
Published: 11:03 AM EST January 28, 2021
With California’s wildfires growing deadlier and bigger than ever, the state’s largest power company admitted to the largest corporate homicide in American history.
Published: 12:00 PM EST January 28, 2021
As the nation grapples with difficult conversations about race, equity and social justice, we might all be well served to listen to the teachers at Woodlawn Elem.
Published: 12:42 PM EST January 25, 2021
Charlie Foxtrot exposes the trauma of war as soldiers once driven to the brink of suicide open up emotionally and share videos, photos and memories from the warzone.
Published: 12:10 PM EST January 27, 2021
It started a tumultuous time for the town that led to even tougher racial tensions in the area and poverty like no one had ever seen.
Published: 12:00 PM EST January 26, 2021
In the affluent Atlanta suburbs, there's a deadly secret. Young people are dying from heroin. There are some people who don't want you to know about it.
Published: 4:18 PM EST January 26, 2021
Young people are still dying, and not just in our wealthy suburbs
Published: 4:41 PM EST January 26, 2021
Hospitals are encouraged to bring on additional staff, reassign staff or cancel elective surgeries.
Published: 7:43 PM EDT April 16, 2021
Pfizer, Moderna AND J and J ALL say you should expect annual booster shots.
Published: 7:42 PM EDT April 16, 2021
Clinical social worker and therapist Cheryl Hughes gives tips to meet the challenges COVID survivors face and things they can do to overcome them.
Viewers have questions about pre-registering, so we got answers
Published: 7:35 PM EDT April 15, 2021
While some Federal tax deadlines are extended to May 17, 2021, we answer the questions you have about local DMV tax deadlines and Federal ones not extended.
The coronavirus vaccine will be added to a list of other mandatory immunizations that students must receive under DC law
Published: 7:34 PM EDT April 15, 2021
Mike Valerio looks at the preparations for protests that police taking in the DC area as Derek Chauvin's trial heads toward the closing arguments.
Published: 7:33 PM EDT April 15, 2021
A woman walking through the Colonial Village neighborhood of Arlington was strangled and the man is still on the loose, according to the Arlington Police
Published: 7:34 PM EDT April 14, 2021
Certain laws nationwide prevent therapists from helping new patients across state lines. Efforts to change that may take years, officials say.
Published: 11:59 AM EST March 9, 2021
The Stop Underrides Act was introduced for the third time on Capitol Hill Thursday.
Published: 11:30 PM EST March 4, 2021
Even though 40% of District households are car-less, that hasn't made D.C.'s streets a paradise for cyclists.
Published: 1:36 PM EST January 23, 2020
Nathaniel Nagbe was staying at MGM National Harbor casino hotel on Aug. 12, 2020. The Gaithersburg resident says he won big playing blackjack and wanted to party.
Published: 9:48 AM EST February 23, 2021
Congressman Tim Ryan says the 1,200 officers of the Capitol Police were under orders not to use lethal force on January 6.
Published: 6:26 PM EST February 18, 2021
Emails obtained in a public records lawsuit show internal confusion in the early days of D.C.'s summer protests.
Published: 11:50 PM EST December 14, 2020
Audrick Payne has been voicing his concerns about the DCRA for two decades. Now, as he awaits a kidney transplant, he says the agency wants to let him go.
Published: 5:07 PM EST November 30, 2020
WUSA9 first brought you this story in July, and now we're pushing senators for answers about how Senators will get these protections passed into law.
Published: 11/24/2020 12:53:56 PM
Christopher Worrell, an alleged Proud Boy accused of pepper spraying police during the Capitol riot has asked to be released from custody, saying he has COVID-19
Published: 7:31 PM EDT April 16, 2021
The Maryland Department of Health says people under 30 now make up almost half of all new coronavirus cases in the state.
Published: 7:00 PM EDT April 16, 2021
Vaccines will play a significant role in students returning to campus, education leaders said.
Published: 7:09 PM EDT April 15, 2021
Prince George's County health officials say the halt in the Johnson and Johnson vaccine has not impacted their vaccine supply.
Published: 6:50 PM EDT April 15, 2021
Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks provides the latest COVID-19 and vaccine distribution update.
Published: 12:02 PM EDT April 15, 2021
The CDC and FDA made the recommendation in order to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.
Published: 6:39 PM EDT April 14, 2021
A high BMI is one of the underlying health conditions that can now qualify you for a vaccine in the DMV - but what does that number really mean?
Published: 7:20 PM EDT March 30, 2021
A historical society in Prince George's County is learning how to locate remains in the burial grounds at Mount Nebo AME church.
Published: 1:22 PM EST March 13, 2021
Stormiyah measure aims to change system
Published: 9:14 PM EST March 12, 2021
An extended interview with Black soldiers who served our country.
Published: 4:11 AM EST March 11, 2021
Black residents comprise 31% of Maryland’s population, but 16.8% of the state’s vaccines went to people who reported Black ethnicity.
Published: 11:19 PM EST March 8, 2021
Allison Seymour talks with Hampton U.'s president as he plans to retire after 43 years on the job.
Published: 5:42 AM EST February 22, 2021
The book, titled "Fight On," brings spirituals to life.
Published: 6:47 AM EST February 15, 2021
They say celebrating Black contributions to the military is important
Published: 6:59 AM EST February 10, 2021