Montgomery County and the business are trying to reach a legal deal about a garage.

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Parents say building is in great need of repairs.

A poll shows him losing to either Democratic candidate -- and it may be President Trump's fault.

Antiabortion groups say the school is shaming the honor roll student.

During the Memorial Day weekend, the Trolley Museum will show wartime D.C. transit movies.

The Trump administration proposes reducing investments in weather models.

Seth Rich came to D.C. to pursue a career in politics and last worked at the Democratic National Committee. Rich was shot dead on July 10, 2016. Here is what's known about the murder.

Testifying before Congress on Wednesday, the education secretary repeatedly emphasized a return to more local control over schools.

Three new schools will open in 2018

Whitney Jones was injured during a fight on Monday.

The small decals cited Matthew 5:9, which says in part, “Blessed are the peacemakers."

A statewide tour brings Mark Herring to Alexandria, where the epidemic has been relatively muted.

Norman White of Clinton veered off the road and hit a tree, police said.

The swarm was about the size of a small child, measuring 3 feet tall and 2.5 feet wide. It weighed about 40 pounds.

A man was found unresponsive in the roadway, police said

The memorial would honor the famed U.S. senator, who was slain in 1968.

Church’s demands to memorialize former African American cemetery in Westbard are becoming more pointed.

It’s the latest sign how the commonwealth’s dominant political powerbroker is suddenly under siege

The science behind their surprising awakening.

The light-rail project's federal aid remains “under review” while a lawsuit attempting to block it continues.

People drive to work despite the hassles mostly because it's the most comfortable way to go, according to a new survey.

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