Posts Tagged ‘Muriel Bowser’

District Line Daily: Barry’s Fighting Words

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Former Vince Gray supporter Marion Barry endorses Muriel Bowser for mayor, says "we're gonna [...]

District Line Daily: Is the Mayoral Race Heating Up?

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The mayor's race between Muriel Bowser and David Catania is underway, with the Catania campaign distributing fliers east [...]

District Line Daily: Back in Monumental Business

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The Washington Monument is reopening today after being closed for repairs for nearly three years following [...]

District Line Daily: Less Drunk Driving

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Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser introduced legislation Tuesday that would lower the legal threshold for drunk [...]

The Needle: Celebs, They’re Just Like Us

Celebrity Bikeshare: The Bulls' guard Derrick Rose is too injured to play against the Wizards in the first-round playoff series, but he was spotted touring the District on a Capital Bikeshare bike today. Great use of public transportation, but next time, wear a helmet! +3

Photo Leak: Earlier this week, WUSA9's Russ Ptacek chronicled on Twitter his [...]

Russ Ptacek Spent Tuesday Waiting for Muriel Bowser

WUSA9 investigative reporter Russ Ptacek and a cameraman sat outside Ward 4 D.C. Councilmember Muriel Bowser's office at the Wilson Building for two and a half hours Tuesday, waiting to snag an interview with the Democratic mayoral nominee. But Bowser never came, and Ptacek, whom Washington City Paper dubbed D.C.'s most excitable newsman in a 2013 cover story, [...]

District Line Daily: Free to Retire

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The D.C. fire lieutenant who is accused of not coming to the aid of a [...]

Revenge Porn: Not on Muriel Bowser’s Watch!

If Democratic mayoral nominee Muriel Bowser becomes the District's next mayor, this could be a sign of what's to come under her crippling, despotic regime: No revenge porn.
The Ward 4 councilwoman introduced legislation today that would make it a misdemeanor to intentionally distribute sexually explicit images or video without consent, which is more colloquially known [...]

District Line Daily: The Community Searches for Relisha

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On Sunday, dozens of volunteers joined the effort to find missing Relisha Rudd, searching through [...]

District Line Daily: What Now?

Washington City Paper was experiencing website troubles earlier in the day. But we're back! Thanks for your patience.
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District Line Daily: Bowser Ousts The Mayor

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Come 2015, Mayor Vince Gray will definitely not be the mayor of D.C. Ward 4 [...]

District Line Daily: Election Day!

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Election Day has finally arrived: D.C. Polls opened today at 7 a.m. and close at [...]

District Line Daily: Where Have All the Voters Gone?

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Slightly more than 14,000 voters cast ballots during the two-week early voting period that concluded Saturday [...]

District Line Daily: The Search for Relisha Continues

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The search for missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd took another heartbreaking turn yesterday when police said Kahlil [...]

District Line Daily: The Politics Issue

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Washington City Paper's Politics Issue is online and on stands today. Read it to see [...]

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