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Heat wave was in fourth day Saturday.
A planned pipeline and compressor worries a yoga retreat and a long-settled African American community.
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Police say an adult male was found stabbed on Rhode Island Avenue.
Key School in Annapolis is investigating, calling the allegations “extremely upsetting.”
The head of the vaunted speech team acknowledged an ‘inappropriate conversation’ with a student.
Prosecutors say Mergia Negussie Habteyes participated as a civil interrogator in Ethiopia’s deadly Red Terror period.
The District’s most vulnerable children keep ending up in homes with lead. That has to stop.
Developed by researchers at the University of Maryland, IncenTrip aims to improve its users’ travels.
Answer Man delves into a bit of Washington’s development history.
The 2006 Quicksilver came down in a field near the private airstrip from which it took off.
We've got some showers and storms around the region tonight, but we may be able to salvage some decent weather by Sunday afternoon.
Police say the victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Shouldn't be a washout situation today, but hard to say when and where it'll be wettest.
Man is struck by car on Thursday afternoon.
Authorities have not made any arrests directly related to the July 16 shooting of Makiyah Wilson
The crash involved a sailboat and an engine-powered fishing boat.
Foliage is cut back to eliminate hiding places.
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