Molette Green Biography
Molette Green is an American journalist working as a reporter for News4 Today. She has been covering news in Washington D.C. for more than 20 years.
Green attended DC Public schools and then went to Howard University. She left Washington and went to Mississippi for some years and then returned home to start her own family. She is currently living with her husband and two children in Prince George’s County.
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She is a married woman and she lives in Prince George’s County with her husband.
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Green was an anchor of the morning news on NewsChannel 8 for 8 years before she had brief stints at WTTG-TV and in COX Media Group’s Washington Bureau.
She has recently been heard on WHUR Radio where she is covering morning and evening newscasts and also contributing to Talk of the Town.
On WHUT, Howard University’s owned station, she used to produce and host programs. She has also worked as an anchor in Mississippi. She has received several honors in her career including special honors by the Associated Press and through Washington’s Salute to Professional African American Women.
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14-Year-Old Girl Confesses to Threats Against 3 Maryland Schools: Police
A 14-year-old girl confessed to threats against three Maryland schools, according to Prince George’s County police.
The threats were not credible, police said.
The threats were made through email or social media against William Wirt Middle School, Bladensburg High School, and Parkdale High School.
One of the emailed threats included obscene photos, police said.
“We conducted a search of this juvenile’s home and we seized all of her computer equipment,” Police Chief Hank Stawinski said. “Now her family is having to suffer consequences as they now have to work through the legal system with their daughter.”
Increased security was in place Wednesday for those schools as a precaution.
“Providing students with a safe & orderly environment is our top priority & all threats are taken seriously. As a precaution, there will be additional security at all three schools when classes resume Wednesday, Jan. 2,” a statement from the school district said.
The suspect, whose name is being withheld because she is a juvenile, is charged with making threats of mass violence, electronic threats mailed to minor and obscene matter/possession with intent to distribute.