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FOUND: Gregory Walker, 13, Germantown, Md.


GERMANTOWN, Md. (WUSA9) -- Montgomery County Police say they have found a 13-year-old boy from Germantown, Md.

Gregory Walker was reported missing by his family this weekend.

Police say he was located "alive and well" on Tuesday.


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METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS’ STUDENTS AWARDED for ALL-STAR CAST

METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS’ STUDENTS AWARDED for ALL-STAR CAST

Ben Cherington and Kylie Levy of Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) Performing Arts Academy of Lorton, Va. and Alexandria, Va. were recently recognized for All-Star Cast by the Virginia Theatre Association Conference for their performances in I Never Saw Another Butterfly. This was the first time Metropolitan School of the Arts had participated in the conference. Cherington, an 11th grader from Burke, Va., and Levy, a 10th grader from Fairfax, Va. are students at Metropolitan School of the Arts. For more information, go to www.metropolitanarts.org.

Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) also earned the 2014 Virginia Theatre Association Conference award for Best Costume Design and was recognized for Staging, as well as received an honorable mention for Best Play, I Never Saw Another Butterfly.

FOUND: 16-year-old from Montgomery County


GERMANTOWN, Md. (WUSA9) -- Montgomery County police have located a missing 16-year-old from Germantown.

Before she went missing, Tynoura Coleman of the 18000 block of Nutmeg Place was last seen on October 24.

Coleman is described as a black female standing at 5'7" tall and weighing 110 pounds, police said. Coleman has brown eyes and black hair.

Coleman spends time in the Germantown and Gaithersburg area and is very familiar with public transportation, police said.


4-year-old seriously injured after falling from window in MD


GERMANTOWN, Md. (WUSA9) -- A four-year-old is in serious condition after falling from the window of an apartment building in Germantown.

The child fell from a fourth story window, Montgomery County Fire spokesperson Pete Peringer tweeted.

EMS transported the child to the hospital, fire officials said.


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Md. man sentenced to 55 years for burglaries


GERMANTOWN, Md. (WUSA9) -- A Montgomery County man was sentenced to 55 years in prison Wednesday for a string of burglaries, officials said.

James Cobb, 30, of Germantown was found guilty for theft and burglary on July 29. Cobb and an accomplice burgled several homes and businesses in the Gaithersburg and Germantown area over the winter of 2013 and 2014, according to police records.

The two stole jewelry, electronics, tools and copper fittings from places where they used to work and their parents' friends' houses.

Police caught Cobb in the act during one of the burglaries. He had stolen more than $14,000 in jewelry, police said.

Cobb has a history of theft and assault related convictions dating back to 2003, according to police.

LEARNINGRx OFFERS MILITARY FAMILIES 11 % OFF of BRAIN TRAINING; DONATES $111/student to SEMPERMAX

LEARNINGRx OFFERS MILITARY FAMILIES 11 % OFF of BRAIN TRAINING; DONATES $111/student to SEMPERMAX

For Veteran’s Day, LearningRx of DC Metro Area is offering 11 percent off of their brain training programs for military families Nov. 11 through Nov. 30, located at six, local centers, Chantilly, Va., Fairfax, Va., Leesburg, Va., Reston, Va., Vienna, Va. and North Potomac, Md. For each military child they train, LearningRx will also donate $111 to SemperMax, a program to enhance the morale and welfare of wounded veterans and their families. LearningRx programs have been helping traumatic-brain-injured military veterans, like U.S. Army Capt. Patrick Horan (Ret.) of McLean, Va., recover their speech and memory skills, and LearningRx is now extending brain training to military families that are looking to make learning easier or for those who struggle with learning disabilities, ADHD or autism. For more information, go to www.learningrx.com.

Montgomery County preps to handle Ebola


GERMANTOWN, Md. (WUSA9) -- Wondering how prepared hospitals are should people come down with the Ebola virus in the D.C. area? WUSA9 took a closer look at Montgomery County.

Hospitals within Montgomery County are prepared should someone come down with Ebola, health officials said.