FOX 5 is continuing to celebrate the achievements of women in our community for Women's History Month.
Women have made so many positive contributions, so as we continue to celebrate Women's History Month, our Pay It Forward series is also spotlighting women-owned businesses in the DMV.
A healthcare worker broke into tears when she was surprised with her first-ever brand new car by the FOX 5 Pay It Forward Crew.
FOX 5 DC has continued to report on area restaurants struggling under the weight of the pandemic.
Our Good Day Gives Back series with Easterns Automotive Group continues with the story of a Virginia woman who not only survived the virus but is now using what she learned to help her community survive too.
So many things have changed under the weight of the pandemic. What hasn’t changed is Buddy Harrison and his wife Thy’s heart to give.
FOX 5 and Joel Bassam from Easterns Automotive Group met with Melaine Oates, founder of Here For A Reason, for this week’s Pay It Forward!
October is domestic abuse awareness month and in the midst of a pandemic many victims quarantined with their abusers are experiencing abuse at higher levels.
Anxiety and uncertainty are still high as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Sadly, so does food insecurity for families having a hard time making ends meet.
School districts all across the DMV welcomed back students over the past two weeks. And while the school day may look completely different the need for some families to just make ends meet hasn’t changed.
D.C. school teacher Carmen Gardner has always understood the dangers of growing up in the inner city.
It's been hard for so many people during the coronavirus pandemic, and with unemployment through the roof, lots of people are having to pivot and find a new path to job success.
So many businesses and services have been suffering under the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic, but one organization serving Montgomery County is back up and running after putting the “cat-tastrophe” behind them.
Two women from two different cities have a mission to care for a community in need.
The coronavirus pandemic has really wreaked havoc on graduating high school seniors.
The last few months have been an emotional roller coaster, but for just a moment imagine what it has been like for children who may have learning disabilities or need additional emotional support.
We’ve talked a lot about small businesses and shops struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis, but providing quality healthcare is has been a struggle as well.
Now more than ever, the work of frontline healthcare workers is being recognized and supported as they work to keep community members healthy in the wake of COVID-19.
These are difficult times, but for many in our communities, the COVID-19 crisis has brought them closer together and is giving them ways to support each other.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on everything and everyone.