Posts Tagged ‘D.C. sniper’

District Line Daily: Heroic Pepco?

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Hurricane break's over, it's news time!

How Pepco kept the lights on. [...]

D.C. Sniper’s Ex-Wife Says People Blamed Her for the Killings

Now that Hurricane Sandy has everyone used to watching daytime TV, let's get pumped for tomorrow's Ricki Lake Show. In the new episode, airing at 11 a.m. on Fox 5, Mildred Muhammad, ex-wife of D.C. sniper John Allen Muhammad, will reveal that her husband was a really bad guy.
You might have already realized that after [...]

10 Years On, How the D.C. Snipers Changed Washington

Today marks the 10th anniversary of the day 55-year-old James Martin was shot in Glenmont—and the D.C. sniper attacks began. With one of the snipers executed and the other telling the Washington Post that he was a "monster" during the rampage, here's a look into the City Paper archives to see Washington during and after the [...]

The Needle: City Paper‘s D.C. Quality of Life Index

Longtime Washington City Paper readers may remember a feature called the Needle: every month, your friendly neighborhood alt-weekly would recap news and events in and around D.C., weigh how they affected quality of life in the region with pseudo-scientific numerical accuracy, and provide a score on a scale from 1 to 100. Starting today, we're [...]