#FunMomentOfTheMorning: You know Angie Goff and Eun Yang had to get their #AprilFoolsDay prank in! Did you catch it?
Posted by NBC Washington on Wednesday, April 1, 2015
March is Women’s History Month and the women of News4 paid tribute to some of the most important ladies in their lives. In a News4 Special “From Our Mothers, To Our Mothers” we share some of the best memories and life lessons we got from mom. The response so far has been overwhelming. Thanks to all who watched, cried and laughed with all of us. Please enjoy the show below with hilarious and heart warming moments from me, Doreen, Wendy, Veronica, Barbara, Eun and Pat.
@OhMyGOFF I lost my mom 4yrs ago; watching WHMonth with tears in my eyes – thanks
— Ted Carmack (@tedpas) March 7, 2015
— geekchic (@geekchic9) March 7, 2015
@OhMyGOFF OMG…I can't stop the tears
— Michelle (@Schelle1024) March 7, 2015
One of the finest young men I’ve ever met. It was so sad to lose him. Even though he’s gone what he started with one ‘strongman pose’ continues to make a difference. I’m so glad his family allowed me to share the story.
I caught up with Lorena Bobbitt 20 years after she was aquitted of doing the unthinkable to her husband while he slept.
Thanks to all of you who tuned in for our half hour special that honored local Asian Americans who are really making a positive impact where we live. In case you missed it.. don’t worry. We have all the stories up online. Here are the two that I contributed this year. The first is very inspiring. It’s a true rags to riches story about a single mom who fled Vietnam after the war and was able to overcome welfare and cancer. The second story captures a growing trend in the DC area.. the Korean Dol. It’s the 100 day celebration of life also known traditionally as the child’s first birthday. Learn the intriguing history and fun fortune ritual that takes place at these parties which we learned could cost up to $10,000!
MORE: Watch the Stories
Rosemary’s Tran Lauer: Helping Single Parents and Children in DC area
Party Trend: Korean 1st Birthday
When it comes to the Redskins we often get so wrapped up in the game it’s hard to imagine the personal battles some of these athletes fight everyday at home.
I recently sat down with the couple at their Virginia home. Click below to watch their inspirational story.
It’s an all too familiar scenario. Your closet is overflowing yet you have NOTHING to wear. New sites and apps are making it easy to clear the clutter and make some cash along the way. I take a look at the booming trend of digital thrift shops. Here’s a web extra listing the best apps to sell your clothes. Click the video box below to see:
Meet 72 year old Betty Smith of Rockville. This grandmother will run her 76th marathon when she hits the road at this year’s Marine Corps Marathon. She has a story that will inspire you whether you like to run or not.
I’m so glad I got to do this story.. because it gave me some extra motivation as I prepare for my second MCM!
This morning in my morning report I showed a local house that’s really getting into the holiday spirit. Ylvis’ song “What does the Fox Say” has more than 150 million views and it’s now drawing scores of eyeballs to Leesburg Virginia.
The incredible Halloween light display is powered with more than 8,500 lights. Although cool– does this annoy the neighbors? Don’t worry this isn’t blasting 24-7, in fact to hear the lights you drive by and tune into the radio. If you wanna see it.. head to the Edwards Landing Community in Leesburg. The show runs on a continuous loop from 7PM to 9PM through Halloween. You’ll wanna tune in to 98.1 FM to hear it. More info here on their facebook page. Oh and as for that electric bill– the family says it’s about 25-35 dollars to run the display for the Halloween season. Not bad.