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Woman killed after car veers off I-495 in Maryland

Maryland State Police believe fatigue caused the Sunday morning crash that killed Veronica Denise Edmonds.

Man found dead in Langley Park apartment building

Prince George’s County police found the man in a hallway.

Man extricated from conveyor belt; suffers injuries to both legs

Man freed from conveyor in Prince George’s; serious injuries to his legs at recycling center

District police wound man suspected in attempted-robbery case

The man fled from a car that police were following and was armed with a handgun, according to a statement.

D.C. police shoot and arrest suspect in attempted robbery after chase

A roundup of news from the Washington area.

Man stabbed in parking lot of Leesburg 7-Eleven dies

Police detained multiple people who were at the scene early Saturday but have not charged anyone.

‘Suspicious device’ in apartment leads to evacuations, arrest in N. Virginia

Forty-five units were evacuated in Woodbridge during the investigation.

Four injured in fire in NE, including one rescued by firefighters

Four injured in fire in block of row houses in NE Washington; fire fighters take one from second floor

Officer-involved shooting reported in far Northeast Washington

One man, who police said was conscious and breathing, was reportedly shot during the incident on Clay Terrace NE.

Girl shot near Nationals ballpark in burst of late afternoon gunfire

Teen girl shot near Nationals’ ballpark in burst of gunfire; windows also struck

Prince George’s officer who died in cruiser crash had alcohol in his system

Prince George’s officer who died in cruiser crash had alcohol in his system

Brennan Rabain was driving more than 100 mph as he attempted to stop a speeding car, police said.

Rockville day-care operator charged in ‘shaken baby syndrome’ case

A 9-month-old suffered brain injuries, police say. The day-care operator’s attorney denied the charges.

Prosecutors: no problems found early in probe of D.C. police computer glitch

Of more than 70 cases before one judge, a half-dozen remain under review; thousands more cases await.

Pentagon Center shopping plaza reopens after bomb threat

Shoppers were told to leave Costco, Best Buy and other stores after threat was phoned in; roads reopening.