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From an adorable pup crushing Bob Barnard’s weather report to a controversial billboard and heartbreaking crime in DC, Maryland and Virginia, here are FOX 5 DC’s best YouTube videos of 2021.
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Cleaning icy cars – rescuing puppies – all in a day’s work for FOX 5’s Bob Barnard in Leesburg
FOX 5’s Bob Barnard was cleaning icy cars – and rescuing puppies – on a cold, slippery morning in Leesburg!
During his live coverage on Friday – Bob grabbed his ice scraper and set about making pocket change after viewers asked him to clean their snow and ice covered cars.
Controversial Calvert County billboard causes a stir
A controversial billboard causes a stir in Calvert County.
Located near the intersection of Route 4 and Bowie Shop Road in Huntingtown, it depicts President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris in cartoon feces. The sign then reads: “DON’T BLAME TRUMP! YOU’RE STUCK WITH THESE TWO (expletive) HEADS!!!”
FOX 5 Exclusive: Mother heartbroken after her mentally ill son was set on fire in viral video
A video of an attack on a DC man who is seriously mentally ill is going round social media and making a mother’s stomach turn.
Vonzella McBean said it was her 31-year-old son, Ricardo McBean, who was assaulted on Elvans Road in southeast DC on Thursday
Prince George’s County Police ID woman killed in double shootings in Capitol Heights
Prince George’s County police on Wednesday identified a woman who was killed in a double shooting at a Capitol Heights gas station on Tuesday night.
Phajia Hutchinson, 23, died in hospital after the drive-by shooting at the BP petrol station, police say.
Surveillance video shows moment pregnant teenager was shot dead in Prince George’s County
Surveillance video obtained by FOX 5 shows the moment a young pregnant teenager was shot dead in Prince George’s County last week in a violent incident that left her dead and her unborn baby clinging to life before to be delivered to a nearby hospital.
Lindsay Watts of FOX 5 said three suspects are currently in custody in connection with the murder of 18-year-old J’Lyn Quinones.