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(From left: Hung Cao campaign; AP Photo/Steve Helber)
(From left: Hung Cao campaign; AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Wexton, Cao spar over inflation, abortion in latest VA10 debate

It was the second time the candidates met this week.

Four shot, injured in Northwest D.C., police say

The incident occurred just before 1:10 p.m. in the 1200 block of North Capitol Street NW.

Hogan’s exploration of a presidential bid intensifies

“I want to be in position,” Hogan told the audience in Manchester, N.H., when asked if there is a lane for him if Trump runs in 2024.

Man arrested in fatal mall shooting in Hyattsville

Stephon Edward Jones, 33, was charged with murder in the shooting of Darrion Herring, 20, inside the Mall at Prince George's in August.

Police identify woman killed in Fairfax hit-and-run

Dalchoon Park, 74, was struck and killed by a driver who police say did not stop after the crash.

$25 million grant helps D.C. students redesign their high schools

The XQ Institute, an Oakland, Calif.-based nonprofit will grant D.C. schools up to $25 million to give each of the city’s 15 high schools the opportunity to improve the experience.

From a basement near Baltimore, he plotted to smuggle guns to Cameroon

Some in the Cameroonian diaspora see lawbreakers. Others see a group of patriots who went too far.

Black bears in Virginia are itchy and losing fur as mange spikes

Some bears with severe mange become emaciated because they’re so itchy that they stop eating and eventually die due to starvation.

Driver hits and kills pedestrian along Route 1 in Fairfax County

The crash happened near Backlick Road, and some parts of the highway were closed near the Fairfax County Parkway. Drivers were advised to avoid the area.

Delta Phi Epsilon official improperly benefited from foundation, judge rules

A D.C. judge ruled that Terrence J. Boyle used the charitable assets of the fraternity and a related foundation to help purchase a Georgetown residence.

Pedestrian struck and killed by driver in D.C.’s Mt. Vernon neighborhood

D.C. police said the pedestrian, a Fredericksburg woman, was trying to cross Massachusetts Avenue.

Two people killed in crash in Tysons

Police said speed is believed to be a factor in a crash that left two dead in Tysons, Va.

Virginia drivers can pay a new fee by mile. It’s already nation’s largest system.

The federal government and states across the country are exploring such fees, seeing them as a way to ensure that drivers continue to pay for the roads they use.

Norfolk moves ahead on sea wall project to protect against storms

Protecting the city from storm surges is turns out to be a complicated and evolving mix of science, social justice, urban planning and finance.
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D.C. schools investigate after video shows fight between student, staff member

D.C. Public Schools officials said immediate steps were taken to report the incident to the appropriate DCPS departments for further investigation.
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D.C.-area forecast: Sun and lots of it through the weekend

Nice and mild through Friday and cooler over the weekend
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October 6 morning weather update