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Possible abducted infant back with mother

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Officials say the 8-month-old boy who was possibly abducted is back with his mother.

Police say the 8-month-old boy was possibly abducted by a woman.

Jh'mere Narjae Holloway was last seen with 21-year-old Jessica Walls on September 1 on the 1400 block of Taylor Street, NW, police said. 

Police wouldn't say definitively if the boy was abducted or not. They are calling Walls a "person of interest" in the possible abduction. 

"Walls is described as a 21-year-old black female with a light complexion, 5-feet-6-inches tall, weighing between 220 to 240 pounds, with short blonde hair. Ms. Walls has the following tattoos: "Jessica" tattooed on her left arm, red colored paws tattooed on her chest, and a "G" tattooed on her hand," police said. 




Occasionally Cake of Alexandria, Va. raised more than $1, 100 for the March of Dimes during their four-year anniversary, day-long celebration, while giving away more than 1, 500 cupcakes. For more information, visit www.occasionallycake.com or call 703.647.9638.

“Thank you to the community for helping us celebrate and giving back to the March of Dimes, an organization that is doing so much for moms and babies,” said Sabrina Campbell, owner of Occasionally Cake in Old Town Alexandria, Va.

2 in critical condition after fight at DC restaurant

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Two men are in critical condition following a bar fight in Adams Morgan.

Police say the two fell down a flight of stairs at the Rendezvous Lounge in the 2200 block of 18th St NW at approximately 2 a.m.

One man, 37-year-old James Woods, is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, according to police. Police say Woods started the fight by hitting a man in the head with a glass, then he began swinging a stool when other bar patrons intervened.

A police spokesperson said its unclear whether the club will be shut down.


DC restaurant week: Where to eat!

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- More than 240 restaurants are participating in "DC Restaurant Week" from Monday-Sunday. 

From August 19-August 25 the restaurants will have up to the courses -- lunch, dinner or both -- for a fixed price: $20.13 for select lunch items and $35.13 for select dinner items during the week.

Go to the Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week website for more information and more restaurants participating in our area. 

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Car2Go back up and running after disruption

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- car2go is back to full service, according to the company's Facebook page. 

"car2go is back up and running throughout the entire car2go Home Area! Our teams have identified and addressed the issue that caused the temporary service disruption and are working to make cars available for members," the car2go Facebook post said. 

car2Go, a popular rental smart car service in DC, experienced outages overnight in the DC area. 

The company did not mention what caused the disruption.

WUSA9 to try drone camera

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The Phantom is one of a handful of radio controlled rotor aircraft designed to act as miniature flying camera platforms.

WUSA has experimented, with limited success, other popular models. One model we tried flew well as long as there was no wind-but the method for downloading the video was not simple enough for our workflow-which always requires speed, reliability and ease of use.

The Phantom is a quad motor, rotor type aircraft that has a GoPro camera slung underneath for shooting video and still pictures. The GoPro is usually tough and reliable so it makes a nice choice for shooting aerial footage this way.

Rieder: 'Washington Post' sale a shocker

(USA TODAY) -- It is a stunning separation.

For years, The Washington Post and the Graham family have been as deeply intertwined as it is possible for a news outlet and its owners to be.

In fact, the storied newspaper almost seemed like part of the Graham family. Generation after generation served as its steward. The Grahams flat-out loved that paper.

And so the news late Monday afternoon that the paper was being sold to Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos came as a shock. It must have been a deeply painful decision for Post Co. CEO Donald Graham.

But despite its legendary history, its courageous and inspirational role in publishing the Pentagon Papers and exposing Watergate secrets, its continuing if diminished commitment to quality journalism, the paper is hardly immune to the profoundly disruptive impact of the digital era.