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Darci Marchese has worn many hats since arriving at WTOP Radio in July 2005. She's a
multiple Edward R. Murrow award-winning reporter and Executive Producer.
Darci is a two-time winner of the national Edward R. Murrow Award and winner of a
Gracie Award. She was most recently honored for the documentary, "The War That Never
Ends," which highlighted brain injuries endured at war and post traumatic stress
disorder, which has a lasting impact on service men and women and their entire
families, even communities. Her previous series, "Beyond the Purple Heart" also
featured our military heroes who struggle to return to normal lives after
debilitating wounds of war.
Darci is also quite proud of her in-depth series, "The Loneliest Disease," which
explored mental illness, the troubled mental health system and suicide which claims
80 percent more lives than homicides do in this country.
When Darci isn't taking on such hard-hitting topics, she's delving into every aspect
of the housing market. Darci produces a feature, Home Value Highwire.
Darci is proudest of her daughter, Rachel, who is the apple of her eye. Her husband,
Wayne is retired from the U.S. Airforce and is employed with the US Government.
You can email Darci at firstname.lastname@example.org
It's the season to find those nasty ticks embedded in skin -- and there may be more this year due to the cold, wet winter.
Thursday - 05/29/2014, 02:58pm EDT
Not all wounds are visible. A local couple opens up about the physical and mental effects of war.
Wednesday - 05/14/2014, 08:54am EDT
Closing school is all fun-and-games for kids. But how do working parents deal with the scramble to find child care?
Monday - 02/17/2014, 08:21am EST
Twenty students from Charles County Public Schools got the chance Tuesday to talk one-on-one with American astronauts stationed aboard the International Space Station.
Tuesday - 11/26/2013, 04:23pm EST
Depending on the type of loan, some students won't feel the pinch of doubling interest rates while others will take the hit upon graduation.
Tuesday - 07/02/2013, 05:35pm EDT
Many of the most seriously wounded in the Boston bombing endured a loss of a limb or limbs. That type of injury is no stranger to Walter Reed Army National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, where they've treated tens of thousands of amputees.
Thursday - 04/18/2013, 04:50pm EDT
Imagine showing up for work each day with this
task: Trying to save the life of a hero. The chief
of surgery at Walter Reed National Military
Medical Center talks with WTOP about the daunting
Friday - 03/22/2013, 09:04am EDT
Operation Shower threw a baby shower for 40
expectant military spouses to let them know how
much they are appreciated.
Friday - 03/15/2013, 07:32am EDT
Hikers in D.C.'s Rock Creek Park are seeing
warning signs and blue patches of ground where the
National Park Service is using a herbicide to on
the invasive fig buttercup, a plant that sprouts
Thursday - 03/14/2013, 05:19am EDT
New data out from the George Mason
University Center for Regional Analysis and
Intelligence show February home prices and home
sales high. In fact, sales
this year were at their highest February level
Tuesday - 03/12/2013, 08:54am EDT
In today's real estate market, there is proof
that sellers have the upper hand.
Monday - 03/11/2013, 04:08pm EDT
Foreclosures have been hampering the housing
market for years now, but another type of
distressed property is seeing an uptick.
Sunday - 03/10/2013, 06:35am EDT
Since the Newtown tragedy, the nation has looked
for ways to help the mentally ill receive
treatment, and a hearing this week on Capitol
Hill explored options to improve access.
Saturday - 03/09/2013, 07:33am EST
While not everyone got blasted with the white
stuff, they may still need to start shoveling
away slush and ice - and the clock is ticking.
Thursday - 03/07/2013, 03:41am EST
The largest advocacy group in the U.S. for people
with mental illness has some serious
concerns about the direction of proposed gun
control bills in Maryland.
Tuesday - 03/05/2013, 03:29am EST
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers may be
put on notice that they could be furloughed in the
event of sequestration.
Wednesday - 02/27/2013, 09:29am EST
In just 12 hours Wednesday, Metro received seven
reports of electronic gadgets, six times the
normal theft rate
for the transit system. Metro officials are
warning riders to guard their possession.
Friday - 02/22/2013, 08:35am EST
Here's an unsettling thought: the coffee mug you
drink out of every day at work could be harboring
a colony of germs.
Wednesday - 02/20/2013, 05:39am EST
Fewer and fewer homes are going up for sale, and
that low inventory is determining prices.
Wednesday - 02/13/2013, 08:25am EST
Have you packed on some pounds, this winter?
There may be some science you can blame it on.
Friday - 02/01/2013, 02:00pm EST