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Andrea Noble

Andrea Noble

Andrea Noble is a crime and public safety reporter for The Washington Times. She can be reached at

Articles by Andrea Noble

Activist Adam Kokesh pleads guilty to D.C. gun charge

Internet talk show host and rabble-rouser Adam Kokesh pleaded guilty Wednesday to firearms-related charges — assuring him immunity from any charges related to the attempted smuggling of a cellphone into the D.C. Jail. Published November 6, 2013

Lawyers for Ingmar Guandique, serving a 60-year sentence after his 2010 conviction for killing Chandra Levy in 2001, say they will seek a new trial.

New trial sought in Chandra Levy murder case

Defense attorneys representing the man convicted of killing intern Chandra Levy in 2001 made a request Wednesday for a new trial in the case. Published November 6, 2013

Paul Zukerberg

Zukerberg declares in D.C. attorney general's race

The D.C. lawyer suing the city in an effort to keep the election for attorney general on the ballot next year has officially declared his intentions to run for the office. Published November 4, 2013

D.C. attorneys defend law to push back AG election

Attorneys representing the District cite the fact that a law pushing the election for the city's first attorney general back to 2018 is not yet in effect as a reason to toss out a lawsuit seeking to keep the race on the April ballot. Published October 31, 2013

D.C. pit bull owner sentenced in dog attack on boy

A D.C. man whose three pit bulls escaped his Brightwood home and mauled a neighborhood child until a good Samaritan shot the dogs was sentenced to eight days in jail and three years probation. Published October 28, 2013

Eight injured at Howard University homecoming concert

Eight people, including a police officer, were injured Friday during a concert at Howard University as crowds rushed a gate at the homecoming event, according to the D.C. fire department. Published October 25, 2013

** FILE ** Experts call teen risk behavior a canary in the cavern. (Seattle Times via Associated Press)

D.C. mayor, AG support bill decriminalizing marijuana

Mayor Vincent C. Gray and the city's top attorney lent their qualified support to a bill that would decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana, but they suggested changes to quell concern that people could walk the streets openly smoking joints. Published October 24, 2013