"I came to your office about it. I didn't do anything to those officers. Ya'll haven't done anything to help my mental health at all," Lennon English said.
WASHINGTON (WDVM) — District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser kicked off D.C.’s Small Business Week with the announcement of funding totaling $1.25 million for local small business owners. The announcement was made today alongside the Office of Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) and 1863 Ventures. The funding is the first round of […]
From May 7 to May 14, Washington, DC will celebrate its first Veg Restaurant Week. The event was made possible thanks to a proclamation signed by DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, who aims to help residents make health-promoting and climate-friendly choices. “Whereas plant-centric eating lowers the risk of heart disease, stroke,...
It’s difficult to imagine any mayor’s second term like the one with which Muriel Bowser has grappled. It began in 2019, filled with promise. One year later, it felt like Pandora was once again among us, unleashing all sorts of hellish things and experiences. “We were hit with...
Many cities across the country have faced an increase in gun violence in recent years, especially since the start of the COVID pandemic. That's true in Washington, D.C., the nation's capital, where, on Friday, a shooter fired multiple rounds from a high-powered weapon at and around a school close to pickup time, wounding four people and sending panicked parents, students, nearby residents and pedestrians running for cover. The incident provoked a massive law enforcement response and national news coverage before the suspected gunman was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound hours later. Remarkably, no one other than the shooter was killed, but it was just one of several episodes of gun violence that same day in the District of Columbia and around the nation.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said Thursday that she tested positive for COVID-19 and would “work at home while following isolation protocols.”. In a series of messages posted to Twitter, Bowser said she took an at-home test Wednesday after developing “cold-like” symptoms. She later confirmed those positive results with a PCR test, which is more precise.
WASHINGTON — D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has announced that she's tested positive for COVID-19. The mayor posted the news in a tweet on Thursday morning, saying that she had been experiencing allergy-type symptoms in the days leading up to her at-home PCR test. She said she is praying that other members of her household remain testing negative.
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D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser tested positive for COVID-19, she announced Thursday morning. She said she had “allergy symptoms” and will work from home while isolating. Bowser urged residents to get tested, vaccinated and boosted. "Just a reminder — the best way to know if it’s COVID or your...