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Shoppers in Old Town Fredericksburg. CREDIT: Greater Fredericksburg Tourism Partnership.

Shoppers in Old Town Fredericksburg. CREDIT: Greater Fredericksburg Tourism Partnership.

The Fredericksburg trolley, Fredericksburg, Va. CREDIT: Virginia Tourism Corporation .

The Fredericksburg trolley, Fredericksburg, Va. CREDIT: Virginia Tourism Corporation .

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In Baltimore, new casino will be fueled by pension checks, minimum-wage earnings

In Baltimore, new casino will be fueled by pension checks, minimum-wage earnings

A city shouldn't bet on building a sunny future on the backs of the elderly, poor and desperate.

WV Lottery

These West Virginia lotteries were drawn Thursday:

Ocean City officials plan to restrict smoking on the beach and boardwalk in May

Officials vote to draft law to regulate tobacco use on the beach and boardwalk beginning in May.

Md. withdraws funding for double-stack rail cars

Transportation officials say Maryland has pulled all funding for a proposed double-stack rail facility and ended its agreement with CSX to build a facility in southwest Baltimore.

145 arrested at protest against US deportations

145 arrested at protest against US deportations

U.S. Park Police say 145 people were arrested during a protest against U.S. deportations of migrants in the country illegally in a rally outside the White House.

PM Update: Humidity stays low for one more day; Pollen counts are high

PM Update: Humidity stays low for one more day; Pollen counts are high

Friday should be similar to Thursday, though not as breezy. One more day before the heat and humidity creep in for the holiday weekend.

Maryland reports first West Nile virus case of 2014

Maryland reports first West Nile virus case of 2014

In 2013, 16 people were infected in the state. Summer is mosquito season.

Mass arrests outside White House as protesters ask relief for illegal immigrants

Mass arrests outside White House as protesters ask relief for illegal immigrants

More than 130 protesters arrested outside White House while seeking relief for illegal immigrants.

Metro weekend work affects four lines; adjusted schedules for Labor Day

Metro weekend work affects four lines; adjusted schedules for Labor Day

Major Metro track work will affect several rail lines over the Labor Day weekend. Trains will operate on a weekend or adjusted schedule on Labor Day.

West Nile Virus detected in Maryland resident

Health officials say Maryland has its first confirmed case of West Nile Virus infection this year.

Incredible, close-range lightning strike caught on video

Incredible, close-range lightning strike caught on video

Lightning strikes unexpectedly as a videographer films a peaceful rainbow scene.

Shellfish harvesting closed in waterways

State environmental officials have closed parts of some waterways in Dorchester County to shellfish harvesting after unacceptable bacteria levels were detected.

Prosecutors assessing retrial in murder case

Prosecutors with the Baltimore County State's Attorney's Office said they will assess the feasibility of holding a new trial for a former Baltimore Police officer whose nearly 20-year-old murder conviction was overturned.

Should you believe winter forecasts issued in August? Probably not.

Should you believe winter forecasts issued in August? Probably not.

Because so much in the atmosphere can change between the summer and late fall, we don't think issuing winter forecasts in the summer is a good idea.

Ex-DC candidate sentenced to jail for corruption

A D.C. Superior Court judge has sentenced a former D.C. Council candidate to 60 days in jail for making false reports to the city's campaign finance office.

Roommates charged in Laurel slaying

Prince George's County Police have charged two roommates of a man whose body was found in two bags in Laurel with his slaying.

DC Lottery

These Dist. of Columbia lotteries were drawn Thursday:

Winning numbers drawn in 'DC 5 Midday' game

The winning numbers in Thursday afternoon's drawing of the Dist. of Columbia Lottery's "DC 5 Midday" game were:

Winning numbers drawn in 'DC 3 Midday' game

The winning numbers in Thursday afternoon's drawing of the Dist. of Columbia Lottery's "DC 3 Midday" game were:

Winning numbers drawn in 'DC 4 Midday' game

The winning numbers in Thursday afternoon's drawing of the Dist. of Columbia Lottery's "DC 4 Midday" game were:

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