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Posted at 06:46 AM ET, 07/12/2011

A.M. headlines from around the region

An Arlington reading program has kids read to dogs to build skills. The NAACP seeks a probe of the Anne Arundel Police department and Maryland eyes new taxes.

Examiner

Md. lawmakers eye new taxes on snacks, online sales, medicine

Arlington going to the dogs – for reading help

Accused embezzler said he was duped in $1.4M scheme

Housing contracts surge in June as markets return to normal

NBC 4

Ellipse redesign plan selected

Man sentenced to 6 years in Dulles ‘upskirting’ case

MPD says D.C. gun laws have no impact on city crime

WAMU

Alexandria debates widening road near Mark Center

Ivy City residents petition new strip clubs’ licenses

Transportation funding debate could have big impacts in D.C. region

WJLA

Plans for Walter Reed area irks neighbors

WTOP

Grace period ending for new red light cameras in Alexandria

Baltimore Sun

Pair tried to steal historical documents worth millions, police say

NAACP seeks Justice Dept. investigation into Anne Arundel police department

Rock-climbing coach arrested in sex case involving minor

Maryland offshore wind area slashed

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