Whitney Bright Segment Producer

Whitney Bright

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Recent Stories

  1. Student-led 'Hokies for Crouse' raise more than $100K for Deriek Crouse

    Through a campaign known as "Hokies for Crouse," students are raising money for the family of Deriek Crouse, the Virginia Tech officer shot to death.

     

  2. Jimmy Lange: Keeping D.C. boxing alive

    Jimmy Lange isn’t the first boxer to come out of the D.C. area. Sugar Ray Leonard and William Joppy, are names that come to mind. But Lange is out to show that D.C. boxing is still alive and well. Right now he’s training for his next fight on March 12th at the Patriot Center. When he squares off, there will be more than a few fans from the region in his corner – starting with his children.

  3. 'The Bread Lady,' Carolina Garcia

    Ever wonder what ingredients go into your food? One woman in Arlington is getting back to basics with her bread.

  4. Behind the name: Cuckoo, Va.

    What’s in a name? For a small village in Central Virginia, the name “Cuckoo” gets a few chuckles from visitors. But the historic village was named after a tavern that played a role in the Revolutionary War. Dr. Jane Pendleton Wootton and Dr. Percy Wootton own the house that was built on the site of the legendary Cuckoo Tavern. And for them Cuckoo is home.

  5. Stalacpipe Organ in Luray Caverns makes cave music

    On a different note – there is music in the air – but not the kind you’re used to. Luray Caverns, just 2 hours from DC, is one of the largest and most famous cave systems in the world. But you may not know… that twisted into the winding underground caverns is a musical instrument. An organ… that uses the cave’s elaborate maze of stalactites to create music on a different level.