Emmy nominations for 2016 are in --- and I am so excited to be among those nominated!! Two pieces I worked on while at WUSA9 are up for an Emmy: A story about Mountain Mission School in Grundy, Virginia, shot and edited by John Mogor: 2. Faith in our Town: Millennials, which is part of the… Continue reading Nom nom nom
Each month - my station does something really cool... we choose one topic and each reporter does an in-depth story about that topic. Most stations reserve these types of 'special' pieces for ratings period, but we do this every month. This month, the topic is family safety. That includes poison, domestic violence, car seat safety,… Continue reading Family safety day: Firearms in the home
Yet another local business is dealing with cyber bullying - and even threats - after deciding not to host an event for supporters of Donald Trump. Clarendon Ballroom, the popular night club and private venue in northern Virginia says yes - up until this week they were in talks to host an inauguration party through… Continue reading Another local business targeted by trolls
Our nation and the world are still grieving for those 49 people killed in Orlando. Some people are at a loss as to what to do - so they're showing their support on social media. Orlando-related hashtags have been at the top of trends world-wide since Sunday. #PrayersforOrlando and #OrlandoUnited on a constant stream through… Continue reading Honor the victims, not the shooter
..."Look at this stuff, isn't it neat? Wouldn't you think my collection's complete?" Today, I had an Ariel moment. A moment many rushed news reporters in the field can get used to, especially those on the morning shift like myself. Embarrassing? Yes. But I had to share with you all just how NOT glamorous TV… Continue reading Dinglehopper
Video HERE. The race to be the next Governor of Maryland is one of the top local races in our region. Both candidates are spending the final moments campaigning hard and enlisting some star power. On Sunday, Republican Larry Hogan and Democratic candidate Anthony Brown were both on the trail. Hogan got the support of… Continue reading Get your vote on!
A Prince George's County police officer who was seriously injured after being hit by a minivan during a traffic stop visited the police station Friday. Looking at Officer Bashua Olaseha, you wouldn't know that less than two months ago, he almost died. "I remember cars coming to me, I don't remember the minivan, though. I remember… Continue reading Prince George’s County Officer Returns to Station
If you're from DC and specifically Maryland---you have probably heard of a man by the name of Wayne Curry. The first African-American County Judge in Prince George's County, Curry was known for more than just making history with the color of his skin. Curry changed the county in so many ways, and those who live… Continue reading Remembering Wayne Curry