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Wal-Mart is donating $3 million to pay for job-training for 2,000 D.C. residents, part of its efforts to open several stores in the District. The store and its foundation have been pouring millions of dollars into local programs and charities: the Boys & Girls Clubs, the Capital Area Food Bank, the Greater Washington Urban League, school nutrition and a grant to help reduce pollution in the Anacostia River.
More slasher victims are speaking up — that makes nine women since February who report a man cut their buttocks while they were shopping at area malls.
The Gaithersburg man under suspicion in the disappearance of a Frederick woman in Aruba has twice been accused of domestic abuse or threats here at home, court records show.
Traffic fatalities happen every day, unfortunately, but in Springfield last night, a pickup truck veered across a median strip and struck two other vehicles, killing three. In addition, eight people so far this year have been struck by a Metro train, the latest victim a man with epilepsy who is struggling to recover from his injuries.
Remember Jack Kent Cooke? His former executive assistant does, and her memoir does not paint a pretty picture of the former Redskins owner.
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