Posts Tagged ‘relisha rudd’

Six Months Later, Majority of Relisha Rudd Report Recommendations Completed

A "unified case planning process" will be tested this month.

D.C. Tries to Keep Relisha Rudd Case Visible One Year After Her Disappearance

“This is a press conference to keep this in the public eye, not to share any new information.”

District Line Daily: Relisha Still Missing

Sunday marked one year since Relisha Rudd was last seen.

The Search for Relisha Rudd Continues One Year After Her Disappearance

Volunteers will hand out flyers Monday looking for any information that could lead to the missing girl.

District Line Daily: Voters Get an Early Start

The Post makes its at-large endorsements.

District Line Daily: Relisha Rudd Tragedy Wasn’t Our Fault, Says City

Plus: Why the Washington football team is just the worst

D.C. Government: We Couldn’t Have Stopped Relisha Rudd Tragedy

The Gray administration doesn't believe it could have prevented the Relisha Rudd tragedy, according to an internal review released today by the city's deputy mayors for education and health and human services.
The review found that the city offered appropriate services to eight-year-old Relisha and her family, and that factors out of the city's control—decisions that Relisha's family made—resulted in [...]

District Line Daily: One of the Many Relisha Rudd Case Mysteries

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Countless mysteries still persist in the unsolved case of missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd. Today the Washington Post examines [...]

District Line Daily: The Gay Issue

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Happy Pride Week! Our annual Gay Issue is on stands, and right here, today. This [...]

District Line Daily: Game Time

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District officials and D.C. United executives have nearly finalized an agreement to build a 20,000-seat soccer [...]

District Line Daily: Summer Entertainment Guide

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It's hot, it's muggy, summer is near—and that means the 2014 Summer Entertainment Guide has arrived. [...]

District Line Daily: Busboys Goes East

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Busboys and Poets owner Andy Shallal signed a letter of intent to open a restaurant in [...]

District Line Daily: D.C.’s Attendance Problem

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Last school year, about 15,000 D.C. public school students, or about 32 percent of all students, [...]

District Line Daily: Michael Brown’s Prison Time

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Prosecutors want Michael Brown to serve 43 months in prison and, in a sentencing memorandum, describe [...]

Volunteers Search for Relisha Rudd: “We Don’t Believe in Too Little Too Late”

Markita Bryant walked down Bladensburg Avenue NE Saturday with a bullhorn yelling, "Relisha Rudd. Eight years old. Gone missing in this area." A handful of other people followed her with stacks of fliers as they passed by the Holiday Inn Express—one of the last places the missing girl was seen with her presumed abductor, Kahlil Tatum, [...]

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