Maryland’s ‘free range’ parents cleared of neglect in one case

There is a second neglect investigation still active for Danielle and Alexander Meitiv.

Woman shot in Shaw dies of injuries; one of several weekend homicides

Police investigating three other violent deaths in District since Friday.

4 free things to do during the week of May 26-31

The Going Out Guide recommends free or low-cost things to do this week.

Plane runs off runway at BWI airport

Small plane ran off runway at BWI airport.

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Carluccio’s Italian market and restaurant makes U.S. debut in Alexandria on June 3

There are more than 100 locations in Europe and the Middle East, but this is the company's first American outpost.

Commuter bottleneck about to be uncorked in Northern Virginia

Untangling the Gainesville interchange is one of the biggest highway projects in Virginia.

Fatal crash on inner loop of Beltway in Prince George’s

Traffic is delayed on the inner loop of Beltway after a crash near B-W Parkway.

Architectural sleight of hand in Washington’s Kalorama neighborhood

Two older homes were renovated into four condos each, but each structure also hides a new, four-unit building.

Digestive Disease Week served up news about IBS, celiac disease and colonoscopy prep

More than 14,000 experts on all things alimentary flocked to D.C.’s Convention Center last week for Digestive Disease Week. For the millions suffering digestive woes, discoveries like these suggest a light at the end of the tunnel.

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D.C. area forecast: Warmer, more humid today; Afternoon storms through the week

True summer weather -- highs in the upper 80s and the humidity returns. Scattered storm chances punctuate the afternoons this week.

Maryland’s ‘free range’ parents cleared of neglect in one case

There is a second neglect investigation still active for Danielle and Alexander Meitiv.

D.C.-area news briefs

A roundup of D.C.-area news briefs.

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Indian Americans dominate the National Spelling Bee. Why should they take abuse on social media for it?

Bee officials, appalled at social-media racism aimed at the 2014 co-champions, don’t want to see a repeat this week.

72,000 ladybugs turned loose in Southern Maryland high school

Not everyone at Chopticon High in St. Mary’s County was laughing at what was described as a senior prank.

A day to celebrate, a day to mourn: Events across D.C. for Memorial Day

Hundreds of thousands honored military veterans past and present in Washington commemorations.

A tumultuous year for U-Va. comes to a close, with sighs of relief

Hannah Graham’s death, a Rolling Stone article and police treatment of a black student rocked the campus.

Loudoun supervisor with DUI and domestic record reconsiders campaign

Shawn Williams, accused in 2006 of a brutal attack on his then-girlfriend, may run for board chairman after all.

He almost missed his daughter’s college graduation. He got out of jail just in time.

Yasmine Arrington’s ex-convict father is inspired by what she’s accomplished against the odds.

‘Tomorrowland’ has a childlike spirit — for better or for worse

“Tomorrowland” tries something big. The fact that it doesn’t quite succeed almost proves its point.

From spelling bee champ to professional poker player

When the great fox uprising occurs, don’t say I didn’t warn you

More stories from the fox hole: Why are the critters stealing our newspapers?

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