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WGTS DJs did their best to pronounce these DMV cities!

By: Anonymous

The WGTS DJs think they know how to pronounce these DMV cities. How do you think you would do?

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The Story Project - Michelle

By: Anonymous

At just 12 years of age, doctors found a lump in Michelle's leg and was determined to be a rare form of incurable cancer. But following the Dare To Be event for women with Natalie Grant and Charlotte Gambill, a real miracle happened.

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Words of Hope #18 - Storage

By: Anonymous

As Americans, we collect a lot of stuff. We even pay other people to store our stuff because we don't have enough space. Jerry Woods asks, "What are you storing up?"

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1-Minute Devotional: Remember

By: Anonymous

There are moments in our lives when we recognize that God was very much at work. Steven Curtis Chapman shares that we should look for those moments when we can tell the story to others of what God has done so they can also remember.

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WGTS announces ownership transition

By: Anonymous

While everything remains the same on the air, in the background, a transition is taking place.

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1-Minute Devotional: Good News

By: Anonymous

When you have something really good to share, you can't help but feel excited and want to share that good news with everyone. Chris from Rend Collective shares this devotional thought about the best news ever.

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1-Minute Devotional: Teddy Bear

By: Rob
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Moods are contagious. Can you imagine the difference you could make just by making someone smile? Chaplain Kumar asks if there someone in your life you can bring joy to each day this week.

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The Christmas spirit is alive!

By: Anonymous

The Christmas spirit is alive across the DMV! Some special memories will be made for deserving children in our area because of your generosity. Watch the video of the fun we had!

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Socktober recap!

By: Anonymous

The Socktober sock drive is now over. See what you did!

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Hometown Hero: Daryl Howard

By: Spencer
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Find out how this Chick-fil-A manager helped a WWII vet.

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