Saving Tallyrand

Saving Tallyrand

When a 2-month-old kitten was found in a storm drain, it didn't look good - she could barely hold her head up, and she was paralyzed. But thanks to the incredible people at the Humane Rescue Alliance - they never stopped believing in the little lady, and now, she's surprising everyone. "When they found her [...]

DC, You’re Beautiful.

DC, You’re Beautiful.

When I first moved to Washington, D.C. in 2006, I was fresh out of college and and clueless. I wanted to work in DC, but knew I had to move away to get some rookie experience. After venturing out to WHAG in Hagerstown for a few years and then heading down to LEX18 in Lexington, [...]

Conor’s story

Conor’s story

  Last year at my station, IΒ talked about something very personal. I have Tourette Syndrome. Tourette's is a neurological disorder. It's characterized by involuntary movements or vocalizations called tics. This is not something I'm ashamed of or something I try to hide, it's just not something I lead with. But after a coworker of mine, [...]

Bye Bye, Bao Bao

Bye Bye, Bao Bao

The day so many of you have been dreading is here: Bao Bao’s last day in DC. The Giant Panda born in the Zoo in 2013 and heads back to China, but not before we give her the proper send-off. Bao Bao’s goodbye celebration was no small party, with the warm with and the overwhelming [...]

A dog’s purpose

A dog’s purpose

A dog at the Humane Rescue Alliance was looking for his forever home, but had no luck. Thankfully, trainers at the shelter saw just how special Bongo was, and knew he was meant for something more. Here's his story. Bongo is an 11-month-old lab who had a rough start at life. Unwanted and essentially deemed [...]

Signs of love in DC

Signs of love in DC

Whether you are celebrating Valentine's Day with your loved one or Galentine's Day with your girlfriends, February 14th is all about love. People all over the city are celebrating the holiday, all in their own way. You won't find many people who will refer to DC as the 'city of love.' "Washington can sometimes be [...]