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Police: One Man Stabbed In Northwest DC

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Police say a man was stabbed in Northwest D.C. on Friday night.

The suspect is described as a black male, 6 feet 2 inches, with white hair, police said.

It happened at 14th Street and Parkwood Place. The victim was conscious and breathing, police said.

Police say they are searching for one suspect.

The investigation is ongoing. More information will be made available as it comes.

Dinners by Design Raised Money for Smithsonian Programs

Dinners by Design Raised Money for Smithsonian Programs

Smithsonian Women's Committee Members, Smithsonian Craft Show Artists and Dinner Guests Joined Five of DC's Top Interior Designers at Their Homes for the Second Annual Dinners by Design

David MitchellAndrew Law, Camille SaumSkip Sroka, and Rosemarie Howe generously and creatively supported the recent Smithsonian Craft Show by hosting five exciting Dinners by Design. David Mitchell founded this annual event in 2012 and is working towards declaring April Design Month in DC.

Guests had the unique opportunity to tour the designers' homes, who offered a rare behind-the-scenes look at their residences while also sharing insight into the process of designing homes for some of the DC area's celebrities.

The Independent Collection Maps a New Course for Destination Travel

The Independent Collection Maps a New Course for Destination Travel

Neighborhood collaborations make the getaway experience one to savor

City scenes and insider information greet guests who visit The Independent Collection’s new in-the-know websites, http://independentcollection.com. The recently relaunched sites are for a select group of hotels located in unique urban neighborhoods along the East Coast, all part of The Independent Collection. The Independent Collection, a growing collection of intimate lifestyle hotels managed by HHM, maps a course of travel for its guests that make the entire experience one to remember.

DC Bakery Caught On Camera Ignoring Health Closure

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA9) -- A health department sanitation closure of a Columbia Heights deli evolved into an "illegal" operation, including a name change, menu turnaround, and twice being caught by WUSA9 camera opening its door while under a DC order to stay closed and fix sanitation risks.

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Police Looking For Help Solving Double Homicide in Md.

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY (WUSA9) -- Police are looking for help in investigating the murders of James Ferguson and Tina Towler.

They were killed on May 2 in the 9600 block of Muirkirk Road, police said.

Police has been handing out Crime Solvers flyers in the neighborhood.  

Anyone with information is encouraged to call 301-772-4925.  

A reward of up to $25,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest and indictment in this case.

DROP OFF DIAPERS and WIN ‘MOMMY and ME’ CUPCAKE DECORATING CLASS at OCCASIONALLY CAKE

DROP OFF DIAPERS and WIN ‘MOMMY and ME’ CUPCAKE DECORATING CLASS  at OCCASIONALLY CAKE

 

Occasionally Cake of Old Town Alexandria needs diapers as part of the Northern Virginia Family Service Diaper Drive. Customers can drop off diapers from Sat., May 4 through Mother’s Day, Sun., May 12, and be entered to win a Mommy and Me Cupcake Decorating Class, to be held on Tues., May 14 at 5 p.m. Three winners will be chosen from a raffle drawing.  Call (703) 647-9638 or visit www.occasionallycake.com for more information.

The Mommy and Me Cupcake decorating will be taught by owner, Sabrina Campbell, mom of two daughters and soon-to-be son. She will discuss cupcake decorating techniques, creativity and tips for parent and child.