Looking back at 10 of the victims killed in the DC Sniper attacks and their memorial services across the DMV.
Police take Malvo and Muhammad into custody at a rest stop off I-70 after an exhaustive search. Bob Barnard reports.
The first BOLO (be on the lookout) was issued for John Mohammad and Lee Malvo as the investigation began to zero in after details from Alabama and Washington state came in. Will Thomas reports.
From 2002: Conrad Johnson (35) fatally shot while standing on the top step of his RideOn Bus in Silver Spring. Bob Barnard reports on the look for witnesses and ultimately - the snipers.
During the DC Sniper attacks in October 2002, fear over the DC Snipers' next attacks led to the cancellation of a beloved Halloween parade in Vienna, VA, disappointing kids and parents. Editor's note: The Halloween parade set for October 26, 2022 is still on schedule!
FROM OCT. 20, 2002: Jeffrey Hopper (37) shot & wounded after leaving a Ponderosa steakhouse in Ashland. Here's how Ashland, VA dealt with it.
FOX 5 reporting on October 15th, 2002 as the DC Snipers kill Linda Franklin, a FBI analyst at a Home Depot in Falls Church.
FOX 5 reporting on October 11th, 2002 as the DC Snipers killed Kenneth Bridges, 53, at an Exxon station in Fredericksburg.
Former FOX 5 reporter Sherri Ly reports on the breaking news of Dean Myers, 53, shot at a Sunoco gas station in Manassas, VA.
Former FOX 5 reporter Matt Ackland looks into the shooting tactics being investigated by law enforcement.
FOX 5's Bob Barnard reports on breaking news as Iran Brown, 13, was shot in front of Benjamin Tasker Middle School in Bowie on October 7, 2002.
A breaking press conference late in the night on Oct. 4th, 2002 where Montgomery County Police Chief Charles Moose and ATF Special Agent Mike Bouchard discuss how the Fredericksburg, DC and all the Montgomery County shootings are all likely linked to the snipers.
FOX 5's Bob Barnard and former reporter Paul Wagner report on the investigation into the DC Sniper shootings - with Paul at the media staging site in Rockville and reporting on how a shooting in DC could be connected; and Bob talks about the work federal agents are doing to investigate the rifle and bullets used in the shootings.
Former FOX 5 DC reporter Matt Ackland looks at the life of the first person killed in the DC Sniper shootings: James Martin, who at the time worked at NOAA.
Former FOX 5 reporter Karen Gray Houston highlights the first victims in the DC Sniper attacks including a man mowing a lawn at Fitzgerald Auto Mall.
FOX 5's Bob Barnard walks through the deadly first day in the DC Snipers' shootings in Montgomery County, Maryland - beginning with the Shoppers Warehouse in Wheaton, to the Mobil station in Aspen Hill, Leisure World, Northgate Shopping Center, Rockville Pike, and a Shell Station at Conn. & Knowles Ave.