Three days after he should have graduated, Richard Collins III was laid to rest.

(Michael Robinson Chavez / The Washington Post)

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Three days after he should have graduated, Richard Collins III was laid to rest.

A roundup of news from around the Washington region.

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District police will take runaways to a “safe zone” shelter, not back home.

Building strong communities requires more than removing those with whom you disagree.

State environmental agency says its erred it announcing it would require permits for every site the pipelines cross water.

The holiday weekend won't have perfect weather but it could be a lot worse.

Critics had sued Mercer County schools, calling the program unconstitutional.

County police, addressing concerns over park safety, will patrol trails and recreation areas, with a focus on Scott’s Run Nature Preservere

Virginia legislative candidate joked about women, blacks and puts the blame on Obama

The six tribes were stripped of their land and language, then erased from state records by racist officials. After House approval of recognition, all eyes are on the Senate.

‘What have you ever done for me?’ son asks after fatal argument in their Maryland home, police say.

It snowed in Fairbanks early Friday thanks to an exceptionally cold weather system.

Criticism is swift from Democratic legislative leaders, advocates and potential gubernatorial challengers.

The measure, which passed with bipartisan support in both legislative chambers, would have prohibited colleges from asking about criminal history on applications.

Mostly gray, a chance of rain and cool temperatures.

Disadvantaged students complete 11 AP courses each in IDEA public charter schools

Mei Xiang, the 18-year-old giant panda, received two artificial inseminations Thursday.

For many, Memorial Day means it's time to take out the boat. But it's also time to be extra cautious, since for many, this is their first waterway outing of the year.

A group of adult children of North Vietnamese army soldiers and of American soldiers killed in the Vietnam War came together at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in D.C.

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