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O’Malley’s PAC reports just over $900,000 in the bank

(Patrick Semansky / AP)

The money can be used to maintain a political operation in coming months as he weighs a White House bid.

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T.C.’s Lyles shines in Blacksburg

(Toni L. Sandys / The Washington Post)

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD | T.C. Williams junior Noah Lyles temporary holds the U.S. No. 1 in the 300-meter dash and DeMatha’s Darryl Haraway Jr. also exels at the Virginia Tech Invitational.

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Leggett shelves proposal for Montgomery transit authority

(Jeffrey MacMillan / Jeffrey MacMillan)

The county executive’s move comes after a council staff report criticized the plan for a special taxing agency.

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3 final insights about Washington region as columnist bids farewell to punditry

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As Robert McCartney returns to reporting, a few final takeaways drawn from more than 500 columns.

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Animal Watch: An unreal bird in the bush

Report of injured wildlife turned out to be a mistake.

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I-66 will provide new test for growing HOT lanes system

(Dayna Smith / FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

Transportation advocates have raised concerns about plans for inside-the-Beltway lanes.

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D.C. teen severely injured by vehicle in Prince George’s

19-year-old was struck by vehicle while walking on shoulder of Branch Avenue in Prince George’s County.

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St. John’s guts out OT win

(Mark Giannotto / The Washington Post)

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | A pair of underclassmen step up as the injury-hampered Cadets fended off St. Mary’s Ryken for a WCAC road win.

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Blue Devils have late life, upend No. 14 Rockets

(Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Springbrook’s conditioning pays off down the stretch in a narrow upset of previously unbeaten No. 14 Richard Montgomery.

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Felon who assaulted Montgomery judge gets three years

Rickley Senning, who had been living with Circuit Judge Audrey Creighton, pleaded guilty.

 

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Maryland’s first family reflects the area’s diversity

Gov. Larry Hogan his Korean-born wife, Yumi, make for a historic first.

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Just divorced? Blast your wedding dress with a machine gun

Gun ranges are racing to attract new shooters with exceedingly creative package deals. A Las Vegas range is offering a “Just Divorced” package.

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GUNtry Club reviews: better than Disney World, “boyfriend...thought he was Rambo“’

New high-end gun ranges are putting the luxury in firearms -- granite counters, cigar lounges, custom fitted ear plugs.

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Michael S. Rosenwald

At elite clubs, members enjoy
cigars and a few rounds of gunfire

The guntry clubs are featuring lounges with plenty of leather and attracting a new breed of shooter.

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Sinkhole swallows car in Bladensburg area

A 12-inch water-main break caused a residential street to give way and swallow a car in the Bladensburg area.

Maryland’s inauguration day

New Gov. Larry Hogan and his lieutenant, Boyd Rutherford, are sworn in after an interfaith prayer service.

D.C.’s first snowfall of the winter

Travelers probably aren’t too thankful for the storm that hit the day before Thanksgiving.

Frederick, Md., is part of a small-city boom

Walkable, urban mini-D.C.s are popping up nationwide, with Frederick, Md., a notable example.

Larry Hogan, riding an anti-tax wave

Maryland’s GOP nominee for governor on the campaign trail, bringing a familiar face along.

From Annapolis to Fallujah and back again

Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown served two terms in the House of Delegates, spending some of his tenure deployed in Iraq.

Horseshoe Baltimore casino’s opening night

Throngs of people showed up to try their luck at the city’s first casino.

Aboard the Memphis Belle

Members of the media get a ride on the World War II B-17 bomber ahead of a weekend exhibition in Baltimore.

Marylanders go to the polls

In the Maryland primary, voters chose candidates for governor, attorney general and local offices.

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