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'Is this the 1950s?' Students respond to sororities telling U-Va. members not to party with fraternity guys

'Is this the 1950s?' Students respond to sororities telling U-Va. members not to party with fraternity guys

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Electrical failure and dry Christmas tree caused deadly Annapolis mansion fire

Electrical failure and dry Christmas tree caused deadly Annapolis mansion fire

The tree was still up on Jan. 19 when an inferno gutted Don and Sandra Pyle's huge waterfront home.

Md. bill would put armed police officer in every school

A former police officer turned Maryland lawmaker says it's a matter of when, not if, a mass shooting happens in one of the state's schools.

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American killed in Libya was former Marine turned contractor

The American killed in an attack in Libya was a former Marine who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and later became a security consultant, most recently helping conduct negotiations between warring factions in the Libyan capital of Tripoli, his father said Wednesday.

Dominion seeks rate freeze against opposition on many fronts

Virginia's biggest electric utility wants to weaken state oversight of its rates, saying the move will help protect its customers from possible steep increases in their electric bills brought on by federal efforts to curb carbon emissions.

Electrical fire ignited Christmas tree in fatal Md. fire

An electrical fire that spread to a 15-foot Christmas tree prompted a blaze that reduced a 16,000-square-foot riverfront mansion near Maryland's capital to ruins, killing a couple and four of their young grandchildren, investigators said Wednesday.

2 people die in Baltimore from exposure to cold

Baltimore's health commissioner says there have been two deaths in the city this month attributed to cold temperatures.

Brace for it: Robert and Maureen McDonnell could ultimately be cleared on appeal

Annoying but true: Fuzzy federal law means appeals courts could throw out McDonnells' felony convictions.

Md. diocese calls for bishop who killed cyclist to resign

An Episcopal Diocese of Maryland panel is calling for the resignation of a bishop charged with killing a cyclist in Baltimore while driving drunk.

Pedestrian hit and killed on I-95 in Prince George's County

One lane of the highway was closed for much of the afternoon.

Alexandria and Arlington home sales

Listings of homes sold recently in Alexandria and Arlington.

Arlington-Alexandria volunteer opportunities

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Alexandria and Arlington crime report

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Alexandria-Arlington community calendar, Jan. 29-Feb. 5, 2015

Workshops, winter art exhibits, nature programs, concerts, plays and cancer support groups.

Smithsonian exhibits documents, early recordings from Bell

The National Museum of American History is hosting a series of programs this year about American innovation, and the first exhibit is focused on early sound recording.

PM Update: Clear and cold tonight, a little wintry mix possible Thursday

PM Update: Clear and cold tonight, a little wintry mix possible Thursday

One of the chillier nights of the winter is ahead. Some late day rain and snow showers may be around tomorrow.

Va. Senate panel rejects marijuana decriminalization bill

A proposal to eliminate jail time for marijuana possession in Virginia, instead making it punishable by a maximum $100 civil penalty, has been quickly snuffed out by a Republican-controlled Senate panel.

Officials: Electrical fire ignited Christmas tree in blaze that killed 6 at Maryland mansion

Officials: Electrical fire ignited Christmas tree in blaze that killed 6 at Maryland mansion.

How fast are newcomers moving out of the District? Real fast.

How fast are newcomers moving out of the District? Real fast.

About 23 percent of people who moved to D.C. in 2004 are still here.

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