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  • Reagan National Airport refuses to put up gun safety ad

    Reagan National Airport refuses to put up gun safety ad

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 7:43 PM EDT2014-09-10 23:43:39 GMT
    Keeping guns out of the hands of children is obviously an important priority for public safety. But Reagan National Airport has turned down an ad from a firearms manufacturers on the issue.
    Keeping guns out of the hands of children is obviously an important priority for public safety. But Reagan National Airport has turned down an ad from a firearms manufacturers on the issue.
  • Hero DC officers save life of domestic violence victim

    Hero DC officers save life of domestic violence victim

    Monday, September 8 2014 10:37 PM EDT2014-09-09 02:37:11 GMT
    People often think of police negatively -- traffic stops, arrests -- but officers in D.C. are on the front lines every day and often doing so much good for the community. In a story that you will only see here on FOX 5, three D.C. police officers went way beyond the call of duty to save a woman.
    People often think of police negatively -- traffic stops, arrests -- but officers in D.C. are on the front lines every day and often doing so much good for the community. In a story that you will only see here on FOX 5, three D.C. police officers went way beyond the call of duty to save a woman.
  • Mendelson says he will appeal D.C. gun carry ruling

    Mendelson says he will appeal D.C. gun carry ruling

    Thursday, August 21 2014 7:28 PM EDT2014-08-21 23:28:01 GMT
    In an exclusive interview, D.C. City Council Chairman Phil Mendelson told FOX 5 on Thursday that he will appeal the gun carry ruling, making the information public for the first time. 
    In an exclusive interview, D.C. City Council Chairman Phil Mendelson told FOX 5 on Thursday that he will appeal the gun carry ruling, making the information public for the first time. 
  • FOX 5 Investigates: DC Councilmember Jack Evans' unpaid parking tickets get dismissed

    FOX 5 Investigates: DC Councilmember Jack Evans' unpaid parking tickets get dismissed

    Friday, August 8 2014 8:34 PM EDT2014-08-09 00:34:41 GMT
    Are D.C. city council members misusing their privileges? FOX 5 Chief Investigative Reporter Emily Miller has been doing a series on council members' unpaid parking tickets. We have looked into Councilmembers Marion Barry and Yvette Alexander. But for this investigation, it was Jack Evans' turn.
    Are D.C. city council members misusing their privileges? FOX 5 Chief Investigative Reporter Emily Miller has been doing a series on council members' unpaid parking tickets. We have looked into Councilmembers Marion Barry and Yvette Alexander. But for this investigation, it was Jack Evans' turn.
  • DMV dismisses all of DC Councilmember Yvette Alexander's unpaid parking tickets

    DMV dismisses all of DC Councilmember Yvette Alexander's unpaid parking tickets

    Thursday, August 7 2014 8:46 PM EDT2014-08-08 00:46:51 GMT
    On Wednesday, we told you about Marion Barry's unpaid parking tickets. FOX 5 Chief Investigative Reporter Emily Miller has been looking into all of the city council members unpaid tickets as well.
    On Wednesday, we told you about Marion Barry's unpaid parking tickets. FOX 5 Chief Investigative Reporter Emily Miller has been looking into all of the city council members unpaid tickets as well.
  • VIDEO: Emily Miller asks Marion Barry about unpaid parking tickets

    VIDEO: Emily Miller asks Marion Barry about unpaid parking tickets

    Thursday, August 7 2014 9:49 AM EDT2014-08-07 13:49:52 GMT
    D.C. Councilman and former Mayor Marion Barry was involved in a car accident last Saturday night that forced him to pay thousands of dollars in unpaid parking tickets.  FOX 5 chief investigative reporter Emily Miller has been looking into Barry’s ticket problems for weeks, and found that this is a tale of two license plates.
    D.C. Councilman and former Mayor Marion Barry was involved in a car accident last Saturday night that forced him to pay thousands of dollars in unpaid parking tickets.  FOX 5 chief investigative reporter Emily Miller has been looking into Barry’s ticket problems for weeks, and found that this is a tale of two license plates.
  • Parkmobile provides FOX 5 with tips to avoid getting DC parking tickets

    Parkmobile provides FOX 5 with tips to avoid getting DC parking tickets

    Friday, July 25 2014 4:18 PM EDT2014-07-25 20:18:41 GMT
    Drivers in Washington, D.C. use the Parkmobile app on their smartphones to make it easy to pay the meters and avoid parking tickets. However, many people -- myself included -- have found those telltale pink slips on their cars even though they paid with the app. On Friday, I spoke with an executive at Parkmobile about the problem and how to avoid getting parking tickets.
    Drivers in Washington, D.C. use the Parkmobile app on their smartphones to make it easy to pay the meters and avoid parking tickets. However, many people -- myself included -- have found those telltale pink slips on their cars even though they paid with the app. On Friday, I spoke with an executive at Parkmobile about the problem and how to avoid getting parking tickets.
  • ParkingTicket.com offers to fight DC parking tickets FREE on behalf of FOX 5 viewers

    ParkingTicket.com offers to fight DC parking tickets FREE on behalf of FOX 5 viewers

    Thursday, July 24 2014 5:13 PM EDT2014-07-24 21:13:44 GMT
    After our story on unfair D.C. parking tickets aired Thursday, we heard from dozens and dozens of people who are fed up, too.  Now, a New Jersey-based company is offering to fight tickets on behalf of our viewers-- FREE!!!!
    After our story on unfair D.C. parking tickets aired Thursday, we heard from dozens and dozens of people who are fed up, too.  Now, a New Jersey-based company is offering to fight tickets on behalf of our viewers-- FREE!!!!
  • FOX 5 Investigates: DC parking ticket fight

    FOX 5 Investigates: DC parking ticket fight

    Thursday, July 24 2014 4:55 PM EDT2014-07-24 20:55:46 GMT
    There's a good chance that most of you who are reading this have gotten a parking ticket in D.C. at one time. It's always frustrating -- even if you deserve it. But what if you didn’t deserve it? You parked legally, your tags were up to date and you still got a ticket on your windshield? Would you take on the fight?
    There's a good chance that most of you who are reading this have gotten a parking ticket in D.C. at one time. It's always frustrating -- even if you deserve it. But what if you didn’t deserve it? You parked legally, your tags were up to date and you still got a ticket on your windshield? Would you take on the fight?
  • FOX 5 EXCLUSIVE: DC police getting new, modern rifles in response to Navy Yard shooting

    FOX 5 EXCLUSIVE: DC police getting new, modern rifles in response to Navy Yard shooting

    Monday, July 7 2014 11:10 PM EDT2014-07-08 03:10:22 GMT
    FOX 5 has learned that D.C. police are getting new, modern rifles. It is part of the department changes after the Navy Yard shooting last September.
    FOX 5 has learned that D.C. police are getting new, modern rifles. It is part of the department changes after the Navy Yard shooting last September.
  • Mayor Gray against DC bill that would take away gun from people with temporary restraining order

    Mayor Gray against DC bill that would take away gun from people with temporary restraining order

    Monday, June 23 2014 10:14 PM EDT2014-06-24 02:14:55 GMT
    The D.C. Council and the mayor are at odds over a proposed law that would take guns away from people who have a temporary restraining order against them.
    The D.C. Council and the mayor are at odds over a proposed law that would take guns away from people who have a temporary restraining order against them.
  • Jury: Chief Lanier cleared in discrimination lawsuit

    Jury: Chief Lanier cleared in discrimination lawsuit

    Monday, June 23 2014 4:45 PM EDT2014-06-23 20:45:44 GMT
    A jury decided Friday that D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier and the District of Columbia did not discriminate against a former commander when reorganizing the Metropolitan Police Department.
    A jury decided Friday that D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier and the District of Columbia did not discriminate against a former commander when reorganizing the Metropolitan Police Department.
  • Both sides rest case in Lanier discrimination trial

    Both sides rest case in Lanier discrimination trial

    Thursday, June 19 2014 8:05 PM EDT2014-06-20 00:05:29 GMT
    The defense for D.C. Police Chief Lanier and the District of Columbia rested its case Thursday in the discrimination lawsuit in federal court.
    The defense for D.C. Police Chief Lanier and the District of Columbia rested its case Thursday in the discrimination lawsuit in federal court.
  • FOX 5 EXCLUSIVE: DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier on trial for discrimination

    FOX 5 EXCLUSIVE: DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier on trial for discrimination

    Monday, June 16 2014 7:24 PM EDT2014-06-16 23:24:03 GMT
    Monday was the first day of trial for D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier, who is accused of discriminating against a senior level, female, African American police officer.
    Monday was the first day of trial for D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier, who is accused of discriminating against a senior level, female, African American police officer.
  • Fellow soldier speaks out to FOX 5 on controversial release of Bergdahl

    Fellow soldier speaks out to FOX 5 on controversial release of Bergdahl

    Friday, June 6 2014 2:22 PM EDT2014-06-06 18:22:15 GMT
    President Barack Obama's decision to release five Guantanamo Bay prisoners in exchange for the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has the country talking. FOX 5 spoke with a soldier who was a fellow member of Blackfoot Company, 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment and he discussed his thoughts about Bergdahl and the search for him.
    President Barack Obama's decision to release five Guantanamo Bay prisoners in exchange for the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has the country talking. FOX 5 spoke with a soldier who was a fellow member of Blackfoot Company, 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment and he discussed his thoughts about Bergdahl and the search for him.
  • Soldier from Bergdahl's company talks to FOX 5

    Soldier from Bergdahl's company talks to FOX 5

    Thursday, June 5 2014 12:46 PM EDT2014-06-05 16:46:24 GMT
    One of the soldiers in Bowe Bergdahl's company who was part of the massive 2009 search for him in Afghanistan is from the D.C. area. FOX 5 chief investigative reporter Emily Miller talked to him on Wednesday.
    One of the soldiers in Bowe Bergdahl's company who was part of the massive 2009 search for him in Afghanistan is from the D.C. area. FOX 5 chief investigative reporter Emily Miller talked to him on Wednesday.
  • Holder's gun grab via Operation Choke Point

    Holder's gun grab via Operation Choke Point

    Monday, June 2 2014 9:41 AM EDT2014-06-02 13:41:00 GMT
    The Obama administration failed to get gun control passed on Capitol Hill, so it has allegedly used its executive power to try to put the firearms industry out of business. This revelation came from a report released Thursday by Darrell Issa, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
    The Obama administration failed to get gun control passed on Capitol Hill, so it has allegedly used its executive power to try to put the firearms industry out of business. This revelation came from a report released Thursday by Darrell Issa, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
  • DC considering bill to force gun owners with temporary restraining order to give up weapon

    DC considering bill to force gun owners with temporary restraining order to give up weapon

    Friday, May 30 2014 12:33 AM EDT2014-05-30 04:33:46 GMT
    The D.C. Council is considering a bill that would force registered gun owners to give up their weapons if those owners are slapped with a temporary restraining order.
    The D.C. Council is considering a bill that would force registered gun owners to give up their weapons if those owners are slapped with a temporary restraining order.
  • #Fox5Unfiltered: Should transgender people be allowed to use public bathroom of opposite sex?

    #Fox5Unfiltered: Should transgender people be allowed to use public bathroom of opposite sex?

    Thursday, May 29 2014 12:07 AM EDT2014-05-29 04:07:54 GMT
    Maryland just became the second state after California to pass a law that prohibits discrimination based on what is called "gender identity.” The law will protect transgender people in the workplace, with housing and public accommodations. The controversy over the law is the “public accommodations" will mean men who identify as women will be allowed to use women's bathrooms.
    Maryland just became the second state after California to pass a law that prohibits discrimination based on what is called "gender identity.” The law will protect transgender people in the workplace, with housing and public accommodations. The controversy over the law is the “public accommodations" will mean men who identify as women will be allowed to use women's bathrooms.
  • Harry Reid plays race card with Redskins

    Harry Reid plays race card with Redskins

    Monday, May 26 2014 9:08 PM EDT2014-05-27 01:08:40 GMT
    Racism is ugly, but it is not common. Yet ever since Donald Sterling was caught telling his girlfriend that she can’t bring blacks to his Los Angeles Clippers games, accusations of racism have dramatically escalated in public life.
    Racism is ugly, but it is not common. Yet ever since Donald Sterling was caught telling his girlfriend that she can’t bring blacks to his Los Angeles Clippers games, accusations of racism have dramatically escalated in public life.
  • Chief Lanier risking crime increase, police union says

    Chief Lanier risking crime increase, police union says

    Friday, May 23 2014 9:40 PM EDT2014-05-24 01:40:46 GMT
    D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier has told the department she has initiated an All Hands on Deck for 2014. That is five weekends that every police officer is required to work. But the police force said this decision could actually increase crime.
    D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier has told the department she has initiated an All Hands on Deck for 2014. That is five weekends that every police officer is required to work. But the police force said this decision could actually increase crime.
  • Hillary Clinton can't shoot straight on gun control

    Hillary Clinton can't shoot straight on gun control

    Monday, May 19 2014 7:51 AM EDT2014-05-19 11:51:43 GMT
    Secretary of State Hillary ClintonSecretary of State Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton’s views on gun control change as frequently as her hair styles. The former Secretary of State has veered from calling for a national registry to win a Senate seat in New York to recalling a childhood spent duck hunting when running for president. Now, she has swung back to her more radical views on the Second Amendment with an eye on 2016.
    Hillary Clinton’s views on gun control change as frequently as her hair styles. The former Secretary of State has veered from calling for a national registry to win a Senate seat in New York to recalling a childhood spent duck hunting when running for president. Now, she has swung back to her more radical views on the Second Amendment with an eye on 2016.
  • DC gun rights backfire, judge upholds registration in Heller II

    DC gun rights backfire, judge upholds registration in Heller II

    Friday, May 16 2014 1:22 PM EDT2014-05-16 17:22:06 GMT
    D.C.’s gun rights activists had a setback on Thursday when District Court Judge James Boasberg handed down his ruling in the case known as Heller II. The judge upheld the city’s gun registration laws as constitutional. 
    D.C.’s gun rights activists had a setback on Thursday when District Court Judge James Boasberg handed down his ruling in the case known as Heller II. The judge upheld the city’s gun registration laws as constitutional. 
  • DC gun carry rights case blocked in court

    DC gun carry rights case blocked in court

    Monday, May 12 2014 9:43 AM EDT2014-05-12 13:43:12 GMT
    Washington, D.C. is the only place in the country where no one is allowed to legally carry a gun outside the home. District residents are trying to challenge the law in court, but the justice system has denied them due process. The almost five-year delay in Palmer v. District of Columbia is so extreme that some suspect political games.
    Washington, D.C. is the only place in the country where no one is allowed to legally carry a gun outside the home. District residents are trying to challenge the law in court, but the justice system has denied them due process. The almost five-year delay in Palmer v. District of Columbia is so extreme that some suspect political games.
  • DC Council votes against police union, approves arbitration decision on contract

    DC Council votes against police union, approves arbitration decision on contract

    Tuesday, May 6 2014 6:32 PM EDT2014-05-06 22:32:58 GMT
    The D.C. Council has approved the arbitration decision regarding the police contract in the District. In the decision, the officers will receive a four percent pay increase, but they will not get back pay and cost of living increases that the police union was fighting for.
    The D.C. Council has approved the arbitration decision regarding the police contract in the District. In the decision, the officers will receive a four percent pay increase, but they will not get back pay and cost of living increases that the police union was fighting for.
  • A night in the life of DC police officers

    A night in the life of DC police officers

    Monday, May 5 2014 11:58 PM EDT2014-05-06 03:58:21 GMT
    On Tuesday, the D.C. Council will vote whether or not the binding arbitration about D.C. police officer salaries will stand. FOX 5's Chief Investigative Reporter Emily Miller took a ride with D.C. cops to see what a night in their life really looks like.
    On Tuesday, the D.C. Council will vote whether or not the binding arbitration about D.C. police officer salaries will stand. FOX 5's Chief Investigative Reporter Emily Miller took a ride with D.C. cops to see what a night in their life really looks like.

  • Supreme Court will not address gun carry permit limits in Drake case

    Supreme Court will not address gun carry permit limits in Drake case

    Monday, May 5 2014 1:59 PM EDT2014-05-05 17:59:32 GMT
    Americans who are refused the right to bear arms by their state governments will not get any relief soon. On Monday, gun advocates were stunned when the Supreme Court announced it will not hear the case of Drake v. Jerejian and make a ruling on what limits to carry rights are constitutional.
    Americans who are refused the right to bear arms by their state governments will not get any relief soon. On Monday, gun advocates were stunned when the Supreme Court announced it will not hear the case of Drake v. Jerejian and make a ruling on what limits to carry rights are constitutional.
  • DC gun carry ban on the line in Supreme Court Drake case

    DC gun carry ban on the line in Supreme Court Drake case

    Friday, May 2 2014 7:10 PM EDT2014-05-02 23:10:12 GMT
    Washington, D.C. has never allowed residents to carry guns outside the home in modern history, but that may be about to change. The Supreme Court is primed to take on the controversial issue of what, if any, limits are allowed to the Second Amendment right to bear arms in the Drake v. Jerejian case.
    Washington, D.C. has never allowed residents to carry guns outside the home in modern history, but that may be about to change. The Supreme Court is primed to take on the controversial issue of what, if any, limits are allowed to the Second Amendment right to bear arms in the Drake v. Jerejian case.
  • FOP battling for pay increase, but where was Chief Lanier?

    FOP battling for pay increase, but where was Chief Lanier?

    Wednesday, April 30 2014 1:51 PM EDT2014-04-30 17:51:58 GMT
    There is bad blood between D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier and the rank and file in the department.
    There is bad blood between D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier and the rank and file in the department.
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