05
Apr
14

District Wire News 3.31.14

This week on District Wire News: Washington D.C. elections come to a close, along with open enrollment for health care. Also, Facebook joins Google Glass with wearable devices looking to the future with special guest Tech Guru Andrew Lih speaking on technologies ever changing role.  And the search continues for eight-year-old Relisha Rudd in Kenilworth Park. This week’s show was produced by Monika Thomas.  Our Anchors were Mary Bowerman and Monika Fidler.  Check back next week for more on District Wire News.

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28
Mar
14

District Wire News 3.24.14

This week on District Wire News: A religious case dealing with contraceptives could affect the Affordable Care Act, homelessness on the rise in the District, some feel the city is not doing enough.  Also a local agency is helping ex-offenders land jobs.  And see which college basketball teams will advance to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament. This week’s show was produced by Rae Daniel. Our anchors were Tina Li and D’Ante Smith. Check back next week for more on District Wire News.

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26
Feb
14

district wire news 02.24.2014

This week on District Wire News: Cell phone thefts on the Metro lead the Senate to debate a new bill. Also, a recent audit reveals millions of dollars in D.C., scholarship money are missing. Reports from last quarter reveal Maryland leads in the number of new housing foreclosures. And as the Winter Olympics come to a close, we’ll take a look at the U.S. medal count and one of the biggest non-sports stories covered during the games. This week’s show was produced by Ariel Barry. Our anchors were Lola Yang and Taylor Shaw. Check back next week for more on District Wire News.

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19
Feb
14

district wire news 02.17.2014

This week on District Wire News: Senator John McCain calls for immigration reform to take place this year. Also, a Virginia Court must determine if gay marriage should be legal in Virginia.  And in light of the Winter Olympics, we’ll take a closer look at the sport of curling. This week’s show was produced by Monika Fidler. Our anchors were Bo Nikoloff and Ryan Oliver.  Check back next week for more on District Wire News.

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20
Nov
13

district wire news: science and technology edition 11.18.13

On this week’s special Science and Technology Edition of District Wire News: Social networks are getting a new look and are starting to explore different partnership options. Technology expert and American University’s most followed person on Twitter  join us to talk about how Facebook is now the first social to media site to join Europe’s telecommunications standards company, and why Twitter’s new look is helping the company to stay competitive. We’ll also look at what’s cooking up this Thanksgiving…not your typical turkey, but a comet that is expected to be at its brightest and visible to the naked eye by Thanksgiving. A comet researcher from the University of Maryland will join us to tell us what to look out for and expect. This newscast was produced by Sydney Kashiwagi. Our anchors were Jade Vakil and Sarah Weber. Check back in January for another episode of District Wire News.

 

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12
Nov
13

district wire news: health edition 11.11.13

In this special Health Edition of District Wire News: the Affordable Care Act one month later, health policy and politics experts weigh in on it’s future implications. Also, find out what kinds of diets may help you live longer and why young children are going through puberty. And what the government is doing to lower America’s risk of obesity. This newscast was produced by Sarah Weber. Our anchors were Isbella Diaz and Sydney Kashiwagi. Check back next week for another episode of District Wire News.

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06
Nov
13

district daily 11.4.2013

This week on District Daily: Chris Brown’s violent attack outside of the W Hotel in Washington, D.C. and RAD expert Lieutenant Rima Sifri’s suggestions on how to protect yourself in violent situations. Also, how to eat healthy on a budget in college and where to find some of the best brunch spots in D.C. And two special four-legged friends joined us in the studio to teach us about dog behavior. This week’s show was produced by Jade Vakilzadeh. Our anchors were Joni Agronin and Isbella DIaz. Check back next week for more on District Wire News.

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