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Fugitive Eric Frein Captured; Group Wants Redskins’ Lawsuit Tossed

Posted by Editorial / Friday, October 31st, 2014

By Michael Balderston

Alleged cop killer Eric Frein captured after 7 week manhunt
(CNN)

Native American group seeks to toss Redskins’ lawsuit
(WTOP)

Man with axe attacks D.C. policeman
(WTOP)

Arlington County grants permit for pub crawl, extra police to be on hand for event after past incidents
(WJLA)

George Mason Elementary closes due to sewage problem
(WJLA)

Giants Win World Series; D.C. Considers Legalizing Marijuana

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, October 30th, 2014

By Michael Balderston

San Francisco Giants win World Series
(Washington Post)

D.C. Council to have hearing on legalization of marijuana
(NBC Washington)

Former Washington Post Executive Editor Ben Bradlee remembered at funeral on Wednesday
(WJLA)

Redskins to start RGIII against Vikings, according to sources
(WJLA)

U.S. alliance with Turkey in jeopardy over how to handle ISIS
(Washington Post)

Unmanned rocket explodes after launch in VA; Russia suspected to be behind White House hack

Posted by Editorial / Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

By Bailey Lucero-Carter

Unmanned NASA rocket explodes after launch in Wallops Island
(The Washington Post)

Russia suspected to be behind White House hack
(The Washington Post)

Amber Alert issued for two Md. toddlers
(WAMU)

Fatal crash in Frederick on Route 40
(The Washington Post)

New Virginia ethics panel meets; Metro sort of explains delays

Posted by Editorial / Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

By Carten Cordell

McAuliffe’s new Virginia ethics panel meets for first time
(The Washington Post)

Metro explains the latest spate of delays – sort of
(The Washington Post)

Heiress leaves $40 million to Va. boarding school
(WTOP)

Appeals court to hear county board prayer case
(WTOP)

How Would Fairfax County’s $100M Bond Referendum Be Spent?
(WAMU)

Comedy Man

Posted by Editorial / Monday, October 27th, 2014

Greg Garcia dips into his Northern Virginia upbringing for Season Two of ‘The Millers.’

The Millers' Will Arnett

Photo courtesy of Cliff Lipson/CBS ©2013 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

By Orrin Konheim

When TV producer and writer Greg Garcia cast Will Arnett as the protagonist for his latest show, “The Millers,” he didn’t anticipate how the Canadian actor would respond to Garcia’s preferences in sportswear.

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Navajo high school embraces ‘Redskins’; Comstock-Foust debate gets rowdy

Posted by Editorial / Monday, October 27th, 2014

By Carten Cordell

Comstock-Foust debate gets rowdy
(The Washington Post)

Navajo high school emerges as a defender of the Washington Redskins|
(The Washington Post)

Northern Va. Army contractor gets 4 years
(WTOP)

Streetcar a wedge issue in Arlington County Election
(WAMU)

Wizards Break Out New Alternate Jersey for 2014-2015

Posted by Editorial / Friday, October 24th, 2014

Photo courtesy of the Washington Wizards

Photo courtesy of the Washington Wizards

By Michael Balderston

Tip-off to the 2014-2015 NBA season is a little less than a week away with the Washington Wizards preparing to take on the Miami Heat on the road for the first game of their season. But don’t be alarmed if the away team looks a little bit different than the last few years, it’s just your Wizards in their brand new alternate jersey.

After changing back to a red, white and blue color scheme and a design that harken backs to the Washington Bullets in 2011, the Wizards have now added an alternate road jersey they will wear on Wednesday road games and some big home games.

The alternate jersey is primarily navy blue, with a red blocking around the shoulders, with Washington on the front of the jersey and the teams alternate monument logo on the shorts.

Here is the full list of games where you can expect the Wizards to don their new uniforms:

Oct. 29 @ Miami Heat
Nov. 26 @ Cleveland Cavaliers
Dec. 3 vs. Los Angeles Lakers
Dec. 10 @ Orlando Magic
Jan. 14 @ Chicago Bulls
Jan. 28 @ Phoenix Suns
Feb. 4 @ Atlanta Hawks
Feb. 11 @ Toronto Raptors
Feb. 25 @Minnesota Timberwolves
Mar. 18 @ Utah Jazz
Mar. 25 vs. Indiana Pacers
Apr. 8 @ Philadelphia 76ers
Apr. 15 @ Cleveland Cavaliers

Fans can purchase the new alternate uniforms at either the team store located in the Verizon Center or online here.

Fairfax County School Board Approves Later Start Times; New York Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola

Posted by Editorial / Friday, October 24th, 2014

By Michael Balderston

Fairfax County School Board approves later start time for high schools
(WTOP)

New York Doctor tests positive for Ebola, immediately sought treatment after showing signs of symptoms
(WJLA)

D.C. streetcar plan scaled back due to troubled launch
(Washington Post)

Queen Elizabeth II joins the Twitterverse, posts first tweet
(NBC Washington)

RGIII ruled out for Dallas game Monday night, Colt McCoy to start
(NBC Washington)

Ottawa Gunman Identified; Maryland Man Jumps White House Fence

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

By Michael Balderston

Ottawa gunman identified by Canadian officials
(WTOP)

Maryland man jumps White House fence, quickly apprehended on North lawn
(WTOP)

Many roads will be shut down for Sunday’s Marine Corp Marathon, get full list here
(WJLA)

 Fairfax County School Board to vote on school start times Thursday
(NBC Washington)

Substitute teacher accused of having sex with student at D.C. charter school
(NBC Washington)

Legendary Post editor Ben Bradlee dies, 93; Dulles among 5 U.S. airports allowing travel from Ebola-stricken nations

Posted by Editorial / Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

By Bailey Lucero-Carter

Legendary Post editor Ben Bradlee dies, 93
(The Washington Post)

Dulles is 1 of 5 U.S. airports allowing travel from Ebola-stricken nations
(WJLA)

Analysis: Ferguson teen may have reached for gun
(The Washington Post)

Mayor Vincent Gray criticizes upside-down D.C. flag on voter guide 
(WAMU)

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