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Armed robbery of Domino's Pizza in Georgetown

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Georgetown University officials sent an an alert to the school community to warn members about an armed robbery in Georgetown.

According to the email, police are investigating a robbery of the Domino's Pizza in the 3200 block of Prospect Street Northwest.

We're told that the robbery happened at 1:43 a.m. Monday.

The alert says police are looking for 6 men wearing all black clothing and masks who were armed with guns. The robbers got away with money.

If you have any information, please call the Metropolitan Police Department at 202-727-9099.

Rocklands shows off unique Super Bowl dish

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Super Bowl party planning is probably underway for a lot of people. We know wings are on the menu for most parties but Rocklands Barbeque has a unique and tasty dish for you to add to your spread.

John Snedden of Rocklands showed us how to make the dish "The Pearl." The Pearl uses macaroni and cheese, pulled pork and baked beans.

Rocklands will also be at the Food Truck Face-Off at 6 p.m. on Friday at LivingSocial's 918 F Street building. The event wraps up D.C.'s Meat Week.

JOIN THE HAY-ADAMS FOR JAN. 27 AUTHOR SERIES WITH RICHARD MOE & LUNCH BY CHEF PETER SCHAFFRATH

JOIN THE HAY-ADAMS FOR JAN. 27 AUTHOR SERIES WITH RICHARD MOE & LUNCH BY CHEF PETER SCHAFFRATH

The American lawyer and preservationist will discuss his latest book, Roosevelt’s Second Act, while The Hay-Adams Chef Peter Schaffrath presents a delicious lunch on Top of the Hay, the hotel's rooftop venue

On Monday, January 27, 2014The Hay-Adams Author Series will welcome Richard Moe, who has had a distinguished career in government, law and historic preservation, to discuss his recent book, Roosevelt’s Second Act: The Election of 1940 and The Politics of War, while dining with guests at The Top of the Hay, the Hotel’s elegant rooftop spaces overlooking the White House. Chef Peter Schaffrath will prepare a delicious seasonal luncheon with dessert by Pastry Chef Josh Short.

Son dies after fatally stabbing father, say police

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- D.C. police say a man accused of killing his father and injuring his mother in a stabbing in Georgetown has died.

According to police, 56-year-old Bradford Elliott died of cardiac arrest at a local hospital. Police say Elliott was being treated for injuries sustained during the stabbing of his parents at their home in Georgetown.

Officers responded to the 3300 block of Q Street, NW for the report of a stabbing on Sunday. When officers entered the house, they found a man and woman in their 80s suffering from stab wounds, police say.

According to officers on the scene, the man was unconscious. Both people were transported to a hospital where the man was pronounced dead. Police later identified the man who was killed as 88-year-old Leroi Elliott of Northwest D.C. He was a former public relations executive for a petro-chemical giant based in Saudi Arabia.

Water main break in DC

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Crews are on the scene to fix a water main break in DC.

The 8-inch pipe broke around 3:30 p.m. 15 businesses are affected by this water main break. It takes about 6-8 hours for repairs, officials said. 

Recently, DC Water has received several calls related to weather conditions. 

The Williams-Addison House Renovations Unveiled at Opening Event

The Williams-Addison House Renovations Unveiled at Opening Event

Developed by Capital City Real Estate and listed by Stages Select, The Williams-Addison House is the highest priced home on the market in DC at $16.8 million.

DC trial opens in case of slain socialite

WASHINGTON (AP) - Opening statements are expected in the trial of a German man charged with murdering his 91-year-old wife, a journalist and socialite.

Albrecht Muth is charged with first-degree murder in the August 2011 beating and strangulation death of Viola Drath. Police say the killing took place inside the couple's home in Washington's posh Georgetown neighborhood.

Jury selection began Monday in D.C. Superior Court, and opening statements are expected Tuesday morning.

Muth is not expected to attend his trial. His self-imposed bouts of starvation have left him frail and weak, but a judge has ruled that Muth's absences are willful and voluntary and that the trial can proceed without him. He'll be able to observe through videoconferencing.