Lawmakers in Richmond will soon decide which parts of the mental health-care system will receive a funding boost.
Medicaid accounts for about half of state controlled mental health funds.
Court-martial set for March 14 after defense attorneys failed to persuade a military judge to dismiss the case.
A new state report says a dearth of discharge options means fewer beds are available for emergencies.
A sexual assault case at the U.S. Naval Academy has turned a microscope on aspects of military legal procedure.
Former defendant says accuser had apparently been drinking but did not seem incapacitated.
One of three original defendants in Naval Academy sexual assault case slated for questioning Tuesday.
Restaurants and bars are flocking to parts of town where liquor licenses are cheaper and easier to obtain.
The historic 20-story rock formation was once owned by Thomas Jefferson.
The former Anne Arundel County executive also wants the Maryland court to let him run for office again.
Creigh Deeds’s measures are endorsed by the Senate Education and Health Committee.
Mental health task force and lawmakers back more time to find psychiatric beds.
Vice Adm. Michael Miller says his commanders didn’t pressure him to send the sexual-assault case to trial.
Defense accuses Naval Academy superintendent of bias against midshipman in sexual assault case
The stabbing of state Sen. R. Creigh Deeds by his son brings issue to the forefront in Richmond.
The decision leaves just one midshipman facing court-martial in the alleged rape of a classmate.
Attorneys for the accuser say prosecutors will seek dismissal of case against former football player.
Architects hope someone will move a 1926 Sears kit home off a lot so that they don’t have to demolish history.
Annys Shin has been a staff writer at the Washington Post since 2004. She has also been a staff writer at the Washington City Paper, the Center for Public Integrity, and National Journal. Originally from Philadelphia, she lives in the District with her daughter.