• Shots were fired into crowd waiting for new Air Jordans on H St.

    Air Jordan Retro 11: Shots fired into crowd waiting for shoes | WJLA.com

    wjla.com 21 Dec '12, 11pm

    People lined up overnight in the cold to be the first to get their hands on the new Air Jordan Retro 11’s. And while the scene in Hyattsville was calm, that wasn’t the case for everywhere else. Continue reading On H St. NE Friday, someone shot into the crowd waiting for the new shoes,...

  • Police say two teens stole over $37K in Rolex watches from an Alexandria store.

    King's Jewelry robbed of Rolex watches | WJLA.com

    wjla.com 20 Nov '12, 6pm

    Two men stole over $37,000 in Rolex watches from an Alexandria jewelry store, police say. Continue reading More on this story Northwest D.C. armed robberies The suspects allegedly walked into King's Jewelry around 10 a.m. in early September, pulled out hammers from underneath their ja...

  • Gov. McDonnell says he has returned all gifts from a major political donor who showered his family with gifts.

    Gov. Bob McDonnell returns Rolex gift | WJLA.com

    wjla.com 13 Aug '13, 10am

    NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - All of the thousands of dollars in tangible gifts - including a $6,500 Rolex watch - showered on Gov. Bob McDonnell and his family over the past few years have been returned to a major political donor and business executive, the governor said in an Associated Press...

  • DC students get a taste of Singapore - WJLA

    D.C. students get a taste of Singapore | WJLA.com

    wjla.com 20 Mar '13, 11pm

    D.C. Public School students took a culinary trip around the world Wednesday as a part of a cultural collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Singapore. Continue reading Students ate traditional dishes from Singapore, and at Alice Deal Middle School in Northwest Washington, st...

  • Bradley #Manning Lesser Charges Accepted By Prosecutor #freebrad #military #wls #ows #anonymous #LGBT

    Bradley Manning lesser charges accepted by prosecutor | WJLA.com

    wjla.com 21 May '13, 5pm

    FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) - Prosecutors say they will accept an Army private's guilty plea to a lesser version of one of the 22 counts he faces. Continue reading More on this story Bradley Manning trial: Secrecy shrouds pretrial hearing Bradley Manning trial: Judge allows bin Laden raid me...