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Local police say they’ve already implemented many of Biden’s reforms

Many of the 21 points ordered by President Biden for federal law enforcement agencies, such as body cameras and banning no-knock warrants, have been adopted by large police agencies.

Maryland begins issuing digital driver’s licenses, ID cards

Mobile IDs in Apple Wallet are acceptable at BWI and Reagan National airports.

Union Station operator blasts Amtrak bid to take over by eminent domain

The company that owns subleasing rights at Washington’s Union Station blasted Amtrak’s bid to take over the property via eminent domain, saying the passenger railroad is attempting an “unlawful condemnation” and making a “grossly inadequate” $250 million offer.

Fairfax releases demographic data on Thomas Jefferson Class of 2026

The Class of 2026 will include more female students and more students from low-income households.

9-year-old girl hit by stray bullet while playing in Va., police say

The girl remains in intensive care at a local hospital, police say.

A guide to the 2022 D.C. Democratic primaries

Here's who is on the ballot ahead of the June 21 primary.

Man fatally shot on North Capitol Street in Northwest Washington

D.C. police said someone drove the victim to a hospital, where he died.

Man, woman found dead at Ashburn home

The man who had been burned was found outside the home, and a woman who had apparently been stabbed was found inside.

D.C. elections: Where the Democratic attorney general candidates stand

Three candidates are hoping to become the Democratic nominee for D.C. attorney general on June 21.
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Changes are coming to 16th Street Heights

WHERE WE LIVE | Bordering Rock Creek Park on its northwest corner, the Northwest Washington neighborhood contains multitudes.
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Lawsuit alleges Alexandria has been polluting Potomac with coal tar

City officials said they have worked with Virginia officials to remediate the remnants of contamination at a former gas plant in Old Town.

Three people died in two crashes in Prince George’s County

The incidents occurred in the District Heights and Seat Pleasant areas.

As office-centric downtowns struggle, suburbs cater to the laptop crowd

Developers are adding outdoor co-working space — bocce ball, anyone? — to attract remote workers to stores and restaurants.
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PM Update: Clouds hang on through Thursday, with occasional sprinkles possible

We'll continue to see temperatures nudge upward Thursday. Clouds are in no hurry to go anywhere.

May 25 morning weather update

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