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Metro's silver line gets low-interest federal loan

The Transportation Department has committed $1.28 billion toward the construction of Metro's silver line in the form of a low-interest loan.

Va. communities get grants for learning centers

Communities across Virginia are getting funding to help offer tutoring and other educational services to students and their families.

Va. man gets 1 year in jail in sex abuse case

A Virginia man that had faced up to 180 years in prison has instead been sentenced to a one-year active jail sentence after pleading guilty to sexual battery charges.

Virginia gets NASA funding for STEM education

Virginia is sharing more than $17.3 million from NASA to increase student and faculty engagement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at community colleges and technical schools.

Police: Gunman kills man, shoots self in Laurel

Police say a man shot and wounded himself after fatally shooting another man in Laurel.

Update: Single-tracking on Metro's Red Line resolved

Trains are no longer single-tracking outside Wheaton and Glenmont stations because of a track problem outside Wheaton station.

Man dies in Md. police custody after chase

Baltimore County police say a man died in their custody after officers used electronic stun guns to subdue him.

Arguments set in challenge over prayer at meetings

Parties in the legal fight over prayers at Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors meetings are taking the battle to federal appeals court.

D.C. area forecast: Muggy summer weather into Friday with storm chances; Cooler weekend

D.C. area forecast: Muggy summer weather into Friday with storm chances; Cooler weekend

Looks like our mini-heat spell is on for a couple of more days before the marines come to the rescue; the marine layer that is.

Nationals vs. D-Backs weather forecast: Summer heat and humidity, and a storm chance

Nationals vs. D-Backs weather forecast: Summer heat and humidity, and a storm chance

The storms could well hold off until after the game but since I will actually be there we are probably doomed.

Maryland State Fair to receive award

The Maryland State Fair will receive the 2014 William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award.

Push in western Md. for later school-year start

State Comptroller Peter Franchot is bringing his campaign for post-Labor Day school openings to western Maryland.

Former Va. governor to address marriage at trial

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell will answer questions about the state of his marriage when his public corruption trial resumes in federal court in Richmond.

A shocking statistic about the quality of education research

A research study about research studies comes up with a cautionary finding.

BC-LOT--Lottery State-by-State,7th Add

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D.C. community calendar, Aug. 21-28, 2014

Military bands, walks, computer classes, book "tasting,"

Ex-priest serving embezzlement sentence dies

A former Roman Catholic priest convicted of embezzling from two rural parishes has died in prison.

NAACP to hold rally on Missouri police shooting

The Anne Arundel County branch of the NAACP is holding a rally to protest the deaths of Missouri's Michael Brown and Maryland's Kendall Green.

Ex-bookkeeper admits stealing from client

A former bookkeeper at a Roanoke accounting firm has admitted to stealing money from a client.

Solar panels to power Va. college radio station

Solar panels will soon be installed that will power Emory & Henry College's radio station.

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