News Archive - November 25, 2010

Woodson High School Wins The Thanksgiving Turkey Bowl

For more than four decades, D.C.'s best gridiron football teams have battled it out on Thanksgiving for bragging rights. Bragging rights this year go to H.D. Woodson High School.

Woodson defeated Dunbar 44-12 in the 41st annual Turkey Bowl. It was a hard-fought game. Both sides of the stadi...

D.C. Attorney General Issues Another Subpoena Over Team Thomas

The D.C. Attorney General's investigation into a nonprofit run by Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr. is showing no signs of letting up.

A day after the council member turned over documents relating to his nonprofit, Team Thomas, Attorney General Peter Nickles fired back with another subpoena se...

Food & Friends Gives More Than Thanks On Thanksgiving

In the Food & Friends kitchen, volunteers prepare food for the home-bound this holiday.

Garlic and spice fill the air, and Ellen Fingerman is wrapping turkeys in tinfoil, just like she has for the past eight years.

"We started at about 5 o'clock, and we'll keep going until all the...

Suspect In American University Professor's Death Extradited To Md.

A teenager from D.C., who police call a potential suspect in the slaying of an American University professor, is being extradited to Montgomery County, Md.

Deandrew Hamlin, 18, is charged with being a fugitive from justice. He was taken into custody after police say he crashed an SUV missin...

Searches Of Va. Students' Phones, Laptops OK With Reasonable Suspicion

Virginia's Attorney General says school officials in the Commonwealth are allowed to search a student's cell phone and laptop if there's reasonable suspicion that the student is violating the law or rules of the school.

Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's opinion on search and seizure of cell...

'Art Beat' With Sean Rameswaram

If you decided to stay put for the holiday, the District has a number of effortless getaways to offer:

(Nov. 25-Dec. 31) 6 TAKES ON LANDSCAPES Six artists present six takes on landscapes through the end of the year at Susan Calloway Fine Arts in Northwest Washington. Points of View presents...