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Baltimore takes over more than 500 homes for redevelopment

Residents of the Poppleton neighborhood liken it to a ‘family’ breaking apart.
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Here’s the story on ‘Virginia is for lovers,’ one of history’s greatest tourism slogans

Even the ad execs who created it in 1969 thought it might be too risque.
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A Peace Corps worker was on a date in D.C. with his wife. Then came a stray bullet.

Jeremy Black’s family is now grieving and trying to push against the city’s gun violence in a way that honors him.

PM Update: Heat and humidity will be on the rise Sunday

Sticky conditions make a return tomorrow.
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Police are investigating an early morning car crash that left one dead in Maryland

The car left the roadway and struck a tree early Friday morning, police said.

Man arrested in fatal shooting of driver who struck car in Temple Hills

Delonte Hill, 30, is charged with two counts of murder in the June 5 killing of Elmu Sadalah, 26.

Tenant charged in killing of missing 72-year-old Fairfax County woman

The body of Emily Lu was discovered a short distance from her home, police said. Brian George Sayrs Jr. faces a murder charge.

‘Some are still suffering’: Months after Capitol riot, police who fought the mob contend with physical, psychological pain

Officers who plan to testify before Congress say recognition of insurrection is crucial to officers’ their recovery.

Planning a return to the office? The D.C. area’s transit systems want to get you there.

Most transit systems in the region are transitioning to normal operations after reducing service 16 months ago during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

Breakthrough cases are extremely rare. Here’s what it’s like to be one of them.

Kim Marin, 51, of Fairfax County, has been fully vaccinated since mid-April and her 12-year-old daughter has been fully vaccinated since mid-June. They both tested positive for the coronavirus.

Who said it — Rep. Elaine Luria (D) or a Republican? On military affairs, it’d be hard to tell.

Luria is an outlier among House Democrats as she joins Republicans to call for a larger defense budget.

It started with a mock ‘slave trade’ and a school resolution against racism. Now a war over critical race theory is tearing this small town apart.

The question roiling Traverse City, Mich., is the question roiling America: Is this a racist place?

D.C.-area forecast: Temperatures and humidity are up today before full-on summer returns Sunday

It's not as nice as the last few days but today is still passable. Tomorrow and beyond, less so.

Not every July day need be hot, humid, and horrid, Friday showed

Warm, but not hot, Friday seemed to show what a Washington summer could be.

After shootings, D.C. residents ask what city will do. ‘What’s in place isn’t working’

A day after gunfire erupted outside a 14th Street restaurant, residents press the Bowser administration for answers.

Maryland ‘strongly recommending’ — but not requiring — masks for unvaccinated students returning to class this fall

The long-awaited guidance comes as the debate over face coverings for students goes on.

Former piano teacher charged with sex assaults against students two decades ago

Rigoberto Garcia Nolasco, 48, is facing six felony counts in cases that spanned from 1999 to 2001, Fairfax County police said.

D.C.’s largest charter network wants city to let it offer robust all-virtual option in fall

To participate, students without a medical exemption would need at least a 90 percent attendance record last year.

Body recovered in C&O Canal in Georgetown in Northwest Washington

D.C. police have begun a death investigation.
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‘The worst has yet to come’: For many of the homeless, reopening poses new problems

As homeless service providers and government officials brace for an uptick in demand for services from a wave of newly homeless people once eviction moratoriums lifts, once utilized spaces like hotels and community centers may not be available as they reopen to the public.
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PM Update: Heat and humidity will be on the rise Sunday

Sticky conditions make a return tomorrow.
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