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Posted at 06:36 AM ET, 07/15/2011

A.M. headlines from around the region

D.C. wants to open a gun shop in police headquarters. A G.W. professor files a complaint over single-sex dorms at Catholic University and a teen impersonating a Metrobus driver is at it again. These are the morning headlines from around the region.

Examiner

D.C. wants to open gun shop in police facilities

Metro: Joyriding Metrobus teen tried to impersonate driver again

Arlington taking steps to rescue Artisphere

NBC

N.Y. inmate accused of sending anthrax threat to D.C., Va.

Almost 50 cats found on property in Calvert County

WJLA

Bowie home invasion spurs high-speed police chase, crash

  WAMU

D.C. biodiesel entrepreneur sees fuel’s future in fryer grease

Maryland senator trying to fight the ‘resource curse’

D.C. succeeds in getting contractors to hire District residents

WUSA

Former U.S. Marine becomes citizen with 9 News Now’s help

WTOP

A facelift could be coming to historic Route 1

Officials seek serial arsonist in Fairfax County

Baltimore Sun

High-end development follows BRAC jobs, slots near Arundel Mills

  State proposes new policies to prevent rockfish poaching

  Howard County officials receive complaints against Verizon

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