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FBI Hopes to Get Ahead of Spike in Bank Robberies During Holiday Season — The FBI is hoping to get ahead of an expected spike in bank robberies during the holiday season. According to Special Agent Timothy Gallagher with the FBI Washington Field Office, there are triple as many bank robberies and hold-ups in the month of December than any other time of the year.

New Reward Fund Created for Missing Hoggle Children — The father of two toddlers missing since September is hoping a new reward fund will help bring his kids home. Jacob Hoggle, 2, was last seen Sept. 7 and his sister Sarah Hoggle, 3, was last seen the following day. Police have said they are building a homicide case against their mother, Catherine Hoggle, who has diagnosed paranoid schizophrenia.

D.C. Teen Jeremiah Williams Remains in Coma After Hit-And-Run — Jeremiah Williams' grandmother says she's remaining by his side, waiting for his eyes to open. He's been in a coma since he was struck by a hit-and-run driver Tuesday night in D.C. The accident was reported around 5 p.m. when Williams was crossing East Capitol near 50th Street.

Missing Children's Father Troy Turner Teams Up With Md. Missing Person's Network — The father of two missing Maryland toddlers has teamed up with the Maryland Missing Person's Network in an effort to locate his young children. Montgomery County police have searched thousands of acres of land this week in the search for 2-year-old Jacob and 3-year-old Sarah.

Canine Veterans Integrated Into Civilian Life With Capitol Police — local A couple of four-legged veterans who served our country in Iraq and Afghanistan have adjusted well to civilian life, though they continue to protect and serve on a daily basis. Just 14 years ago, a federal law was passed making it illegal to euthanize military dogs. U.S.

Serving Together Program Helps Veterans With PTSD Return to Normal Life — health Many veterans return from war struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder and other challenges, but that doesn't mean they can't return to a normal life. Many have found successful careers - some after turning to a local program that helps them thrive.

Witnesses Aid in Apprehension Following Brutal Beating in Rockville — local Witnesses helped police track down a suspect after a man was brutally beaten in Rockville, Md., Tuesday. The 22-year-old victim was leaving work at the Sam DeSanto Company, Inc., when his attacker appeared in the parking lot. Clayton Mollenhoff used a brick or large rock to strike the victim, police said.

5 Practical Actions to Help Free Imprisoned Sudanese Mother — Posted: Print Article Condemned to Death for Her Beliefs It's a mother's nightmare. Forcibly separated from her husband and currently caring for her two tiny children in a Sudanese prison, Meriam Ibrahim awaits 100 lashes and death by hanging.

Virginia Extends In-State Tuition to DREAM Act Students — local Immigrant students in Virginia, who came to this country as children and graduated from state high schools, should be allowed to get in-state tuition to Virginia colleges and universities, the state's Attorney General said Tuesday. In an announcement at Northern Virginia Community College, Mark Herring said, "I have concluded that in-state tution rates can and should be extended" to students who qualify.

Off-Duty Nurse Credited With Saving Stabbing Victim's Life — local Thanks to a Montgomery County nurse who went beyond the call of duty on her way home from work, a man stabbed 14 times is still alive. An 18-year-old man was meeting a friend at a Wheaton apartment building in April 2013 when Devante McNeil punched him in the face and repeatedly stabbed him.
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Nov 19, 2014

@JeffreyThamesD5 thank you for this. what a difference you're making.

Nov 19, 2014

Bank robberies spike in December in DC and Northern VA. FBI says they have a plan. That's on News4 at 5:30 tonight.

Nov 17, 2014

Suspect in UMD-College Park attempted kidnapping 6 ft, had on red flannel. Reporting live #News4 at 6:30

Nov 17, 2014

UMD-College Park off-campus assault now being called an attempted kidnapping. Reporting new information on #News4 at 5:30.

Nov 16, 2014

@jkhalpin hi! thx! 9west vintage America collection. Got them last yr at dsw

Nov 16, 2014

@CedTownsend can't tell from the pic. Is it a nice ring? owner found?

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